I CANNOT BELIEVE I’M WRITING THIS BLOG. Even though I own the Anthropologie Gleaming Primrose mirror, I wanted a smaller version for our master bathroom. This mirror doesn’t come under 3 feet, and if I’m honest, I couldn’t afford it if it did. So, we decided to DIY it![Read more…] about DIY Anthropologie Gleaming Primrose Mirror
I wasn’t going to blog about this one as it’s pretty straight forward but after the flood of messages today about where I got the rack, mugs, spray paint etc. I thought I should blog about the details of this pretty Anthropologie inspired copper mug rack!
A while back, one of my favourite designers ( Liz Marie Galvan ) did something similar beside her stove. I stored it in the back of my brain and knew that in the future, I would recreate something similar. Except with a much lower price tag.
I used this spray paint I got from Home Depot a year ago. It is called “Hammered Copper”
It took two coats of spray paint to cover the rail and hooks and then I let it dry for about 4 hours so it wasn’t tacky anymore.
Above is a list of where to shop everything.
I feel like ever since we got back from the NICU my head has been a bit jumbled and my head hasn’t been where I want it to be. I’ve been thinking baby, feeds and diaper changes and my mind hasn’t been in the game at all. I will have an extensive blog coming soon on Rhetts fast & furious birth and the scary aftermath of it all.. but for now I really wanted to get up a fun playful blog on the last little touches in our Master Bedroom Reveal.
I’ve been crazy blessed to have this room sponsored by so many amazing brands and I have linked the sources at the bottom of this blog.
The last few touches really just put the room together. AHS Lighting played a huge part in making our room feel like a luxury space. The Farmhouse lighting really sets the tone in our bedroom.
As well, I also put up some comforting verse art on the right side of the room and also back in 2014 we had the sign made that I hung on the window above our bed. This master bedroom has become my sacred place and all though it might be a bit too farmhousey for some – I love it. There’s nothing more comforting than the own walls of your bedroom. They house you in your most vulnerable state, and our bedroom is now the epitome of comfort. It was such a delight to bring baby Rhett home to a space that I loved to be in. Especially since I knew the nights would be short and the days would be long.
At the bottom of the blog I will have sources to everything in the room and if wanting to check out part one of our Bedroom Reveal, click here.
The Chandelier and two Bishop lamps are from AHS Lighting. Which I’m obsessed with. They’re made so well and give the perfect farmhouse touch to the space. You can purchase the lamps here and the chandelier is called the “Folly”. The lamps also come in distressed black. You can’t purchase directly from AHS Lighting, but they sell all their lighting on Amazon, Wayfair etc. The pricing is so good too, especially for the quality!
Rug: Well Woven
Throw Blanket: Anthropologie
Duvet Set: VHC Brands
Large Blue Throw Pillows: Loloi Rugs
Cream Throw Pillow: WoodnTales
Lamps & Chandelier: AHS Lighting
Corbels, Chippy White Bowl Tray: Pier 1
I’ve always dreamed of a vintage, farmhouse tablescape but our dishes were anything but glamourous. They had gone through countless moves and had chips taken out of them, not to mention we were missing half the set.
Our dining room has been one of our biggest struggles in our home to decorate. It’s SUCH a tight space at only 5×8 so there isn’t much room for anything.
We had a clients table come back last year due to warping and movement, so since we don’t mind a rustic table and their natural cracks and movement, we moved it into our own home. The only problem was, it was 6×3. We had to be very creative for chairs so we opted for a bench for the window. All three of our kids love sitting together and it’s so much easier than having three chairs.