Master Bedroom Sneak Peak

This was a hectic week for me. I just got back from a family vacation in Colorado. My sister, brother-in-law, boyfriend and parents all went to visit my aunt, uncle and cousins at their home in the Fort Collins area. They have a beautiful home with a great view of the Rocky Mountains. We spent a couple of days hiking in Estes Park, which was definitely the highlight to living near mountains! We saw elk, bighorn sheep and Eli even saw a wolverine. The mountains definitely got me excited to start ski season again, so much so that Eli and I already bought our plane tickets to go back to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in January. 

Now that I'm back in Milwaukee, I'm pushing all of my projects forward + bidding out new business. One project that I'm wrapping up is a master bedroom redesign for a client in Glendale. You may have seen updates on this project from earlier blog posts, but now the space is mostly installed. Check out some of the photos below for a sneak peak of the room. The highlight of this room is definitely the marbled headboard. To keep that the focus, all other items in the room are streamlined and minimal. The only thing missing from the room is styling. I'll get some throw pillows, small boxes, coasters and tabletop decor next week before going into the photo shoot.  

This is the marbled headboard from the previous post. I decoupaged 3 wood panels and hung them as a triptych behind the bed. I really love how it turned out. The movement of the marbling creates great contrast between the mostly monochromatic elements in the bedroom. I am definitely going to style the bed with more throw pillows and a throw blanket to give it more layering. Perhaps touches of gold... 

This is the marbled headboard from the previous post. I decoupaged 3 wood panels and hung them as a triptych behind the bed. I really love how it turned out. The movement of the marbling creates great contrast between the mostly monochromatic elements in the bedroom. I am definitely going to style the bed with more throw pillows and a throw blanket to give it more layering. Perhaps touches of gold...