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January 11, 2011

Home | Bedroom Makeover | DIY Upholstered Headboard | Budget-Friendly


As you might remember, last week I posted inspiration photos for my 'budget-friendly' bedroom makeover... here is the result!  The 'before' photo is on the left.   I spent a total $150.



One of the biggest finds for the room was this headboard.  I picked it up at a thrift shop in Waldo for $20.  I recovered it in a quilted cream fabric that cost $15.  I also created the needlepoint looking euro pillow cases and the accent pillow with the embroidered pheasants.   The brass lamp was also found at the thrift shop for $10. 


I put a sheer black glaze over our once 'mission' style dresser.  You might remember the color before was a brighter, reddish brown.  I spray painted the pulls with gold spray.  I LOVE how it turned out. 


These are the pillow cases I made.  I really loved the needlepoint looking fabric.  Also, I love that I can just change the cases of these pillows and change the entire room's accent color to, say, blue??  Maybe in the spring.


I reorganized the desk to be functional and less 'bed-side-table'-esque.

This chair adds a great feminine vibe to the room.  $10 at the Thrift shop.

5 comments:

  1. I don't know if I'm more excited about your dresser or that two of the gifts we gave you made the cut for the desk-I'm gushing. It's beautiful.

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  2. The room looks great! I love the collection of frames on the wall.

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  3. What a gorgeous bedroom! I love your dresser!

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  4. SO lovely!!!!!!I love the dresser makeover w/ sprayed pulls...genius! And the pillows are just beautiful! Girl, we could be soul mates! :) You should check out my blog (www.livelovediy.com)...I am a thrift store lover as well! I love seeing others do beautiful work on a small budget! Well done!!

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  5. Kitchens Kent
    So beautiful and more stylish dresser.Great looks dresser.The room looks great! I love the collection of frames on the wall.

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