Guest Bedroom...Part 2

Here's a glimpse of my "almost finished" Guest Bedroom.
As I said in my previous post, I kept the walls a very neutral Antique White {just in case I get the notion to change things up a bit} and I repurposed my old ribbon chest and buffet from my previous dining room. 

I had the guys at Sherwin Williams mix me a quart of Silver Sage {Restoration Hardware}.  I love the grey/green color, very creamy.  I wanted to keep the original hardware brass however there was too much damage and paint to take off.  So I got out my trusty can of grey Rustoleum spray paint and gave them a couple of coats.  I love how the grey pulls look up against the paint color.
Oops! She's still in need of a mani-pedi..LOL
I started out with this....

Then I remembered I had this....which needed a LOT of work.

It's not perfect; but I think it's a perfect fit for the space {thanks Eddie Ross for the} now....

This!  And this......

Is now......this

I still have to go over the door hardware with a fine paintbrush {don't you just love it when they nail the hardware to the door!!}.

The drapes are Simply Shabby Chic for Target.  I love the embroidered detail at the bottom.
And this lampshade was found at Hobby Lobby {ahhh had me at hello}.

I'm not done by a long shot.  I still need to find a rug for in front of the bed, there's a chair that still need to be redone and a very BIG blank wall space over the TV, but all in all, I love how the room turned out.  My mom spent the night a few weeks ago and she loved it! I hope you enjoy the tour.



  1. It looks amazing! Inspiring.. :)

    I am now following! :)


  2. Hi! Stopping by from MBC. Great blog.
    Have a nice day!

  3. following you from the hop please stop by

  4. WOW! you are really talented! I tried to finish something it turned out TERRIBLE! LOL I am your newest follower from the finding new friends blog hop. I am one of the hosts! Stopping by to say hi! Hope to see ya on all my blogs :)

  5. Thanks Ladies, I'm glad you stopped by.

  6. This room looks great so far! I love that the pieces all look like they belong together, but are not so matchy matchy from a set... Oh, the power of paint!


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