This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of LulaaBED.
If you’ve been following our House to Home series, you’ve seen some of the huge projects our family has taken on in our new home. When it came to renovation, the one room we decided to leave for later was our master bedroom makeover. Logically, it made sense for us to do the common areas and our children’s rooms first; one because they are the most used spaces in our home and two because I believe it can help your littles feel more comfortable in their new home. All that being said, I do have to say… WOW, what a huge difference it makes having now attended to the space where I go to relax, rest and recharge.
Today we are sharing the tour of our master bedroom makeover (part one of it anyway,) as well as some of the process behind this big project. Oh, and there’s a fun print too!
The Master Bedroom Makeover Focal Point
A big part of our master bedroom makeover is, of course, the bed. And you guys, I’m not even kidding when I say, where has this bed been all my life?! It’s my first time having and using an adjustable bed, and it’s done wonders for our comfort and sleep levels.
We designed this space with our new LulaaBED from Sam’s Club in mind and I am happy to report that it all came together over the last couple of months. First off, we got this baby delivered via white glove, which means it’s hand delivered it and completely set up before they leave. I don’t know about you, but I appreciate when someone is willing to do some of the work for me. On top of that amazing delivery feature, one of my favorite things about this bed is that it allows Chris and I to personalize our sleeping space, the adjustable factor is just next level. When it comes to sleep, we each have different body types and positions that feel most comfortable for us and allow our bodies to rest, the beautiful thing about our new bed is that it gives the power to tweak a little up and tweak a little down, for both head and for feet, and once you’ve found that perfect position you’ve got the best sleep of your life. An added bonus that I just want to point out is that it has a massage feature… no, I am not joking… this bed truly helps to make your master suite the most relaxing space.
I’m currently typing this post from out of town and my daughter asked for us to stay away an extra night so she could sleep in our bed again! Seriously, it’s just so good.
The Master Bedroom Makeover Design
When it comes to any room design, I like to first identify my color palette; which for me usually consists of some grey, black accents, a clean and classic white and maybe a pretty blush color or other accent color.
After the popcorn ceiling was knocked down (what a mess!), new lighting was installed and the walls were painted, it was time for flooring. This we decided to install ourselves and went with a gray laminate wood flooring for the durability factor, price and ease of installation (which was no small task in itself). It really grounded the room though and made a huge difference in the look and feel of the space, while really establishing our color palette.
Once I’ve decided on a color palette is settled and the main elements are in the room, it’s time to think about textures. We recently purchased a new tufted headboard and our LulaaBED adjustable base fit right into the frame! I also reused our Ikea hack nightstands and added a soft bench under mine to create a type of vanity space in the room. For the master bedroom makeover, adding throw blankets and pillows in a few different textures brings depth and warmth to my bedding and a rug (I plan to add more and layer!) brings that warmth down to the floor.
The next thing I think about adding is natural elements, I love plants and wood accents, so I try to find ways to incorporate those into my design. I also think it’s really important to dress your space, accessorize… for me this usually entails little bits of gold, marble, mirrors and prints. Lastly, I like to think about the ambiance of the room. I believe lighting and scent is a huge part of creating a relaxing atmosphere, I personally like to incorporate fairy lights, lamps, candles and oil diffusers. All of these items add a bit of warmth, style and comfort to our space creating a place for us to go and unwind.
Last, but not least was some wall art. I knew I wanted something calming, and I’ll definitely be adding more to the room as we complete it, but I needed to take the eyes up the wall from the bed. We created these Be Still prints to hand side by side to really bring home the thought of peace and calm in the room.:)
This master bedroom makeover post is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of LulaaBED.