Done! (for now lol) I really wanted this room to be set up and relaxing, since we are in the midst of unpacking (yes, it’s been 3+ months but we are human), and tackling other projects. This house is a lot of work, which is why mentally I just needed a room “done”. Eventually we’ll replace trim, flooring, and doors, but that’s going to take a lot of time and money.
****LINKS**** Here are the links for everything:
1. Faux marble peel and stick tiles used for fireplace:
2. Battery operated oil diffuser: (currently out of stock but could always come back!)
3. Table lamp (clear glass on my dresser):
4. Green pillow on top of stools by fireplace:
5. Ceiling fan:
6. Faux greenery not pictured in bedroom but it’s my other favorite to put in a glass jar and have out. Totally worth it!
7. Faux olive branches:
8. Frames above bed:
11. Pillows on bed: Here
The exact inserts for them are not available, but I purchased the size 26 x 26 in a down material so they are easily moldable and comfy to lay on while lounging in bed. I used the 24×24 covers listed above since you always want inserts to be bigger than cover size so they fill out. (Learned that from Brooke at Nesting with Grace!)
Unfortunately the other big lumbar throw pillow is no longer available but it’s a Target Hearth and Hand brand one.
12. Coffee table:
13. Wall sconces next to bed:
15. Olive tree:
Plants: most are real, and the faux ones – other than the greenery listed above – are not available anymore sadly from Target. The big fig leaf is from Home Goods. I purchased the real plants and their pots at Home Depot.
Thank you for checking it out! I appreciate all of your feedback, it helps inspire me to do more!
The fireplace DIY was pretty simple. I just used the vinyl tiles linked above, some wood glue (to ensure they’d stick), a utility knife, a marker, and a ruler. I would be more than happy to answer further questions, feel free to message me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I didn’t prep the golden oak – since my hubby insisted it’d be fine without sanding, and so far so good! Sherwin Williams Snowbound is the paint I went with (personal fave). Took about 3.5 hours and total cost was around $75.