Beaux R'eves

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Staging Bedrooms Part II

I promised you all a look at the other bedroom 
that I had finished staging.  
If you have not been following along 
I have been busy staging my house for sale this Spring.  
We have three bedrooms upstairs 
plus a room adjoining the boys rooms 
that they used for video gaming and homework.  
OK, who am I kidding?  
Mostly video games.  
When the boys went to college they left a skeleton of a room that we never changed.  
I wish I had taken a "Before" picture but I guess I didn't.  
This bed used to be angled in the corner of the room.  
It is a very large room so there was still plenty of space.  
Placing it against this wall makes the room 
look so much larger.  
I used bedding that I already had on hand.  
This was a "bed in a bag" set.  
I used a white quilt and folded down the comforter.  
This is a great staging tip to make 
the room brighter and lighter.  
This is the matching table 
to the one that is in the "Boys" room.
Here they are before I painted them in ASCP Old white.
And more painting!  
 This desk was the same wood as the chair but the top had a 
lot of scuffs and water stains on it.  
A little paint and it looks so much better.
I found these drapes at Lowe's on Clearance for $14 a panel.  
I knew they would be perfect for this room.  
I had this artwork in my storage area.  
It makes a statement without being overwhelming.  
I love the way it all looks together.  
Oh and I forgot to show you my favorite part of the bedding.  
I found these vintage pillow cases at an estate sale.  
So cute!
I placed this chair and vintage suitcases in here 
because the room is so spacious.  
And the colors were so perfect!
And here is a look at the room from the doorway.  
Total cost for this room was about $50.00
The door on the right leads into the "extra room".
Here is a peak into that room.  
I am almost finished with the whole house!  

Until Next Time,
Beaux R'eves

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Blondie's Journal said...

The rooms looks wonderful, Cindy...absolutely perfect. It will appeal to anyone! Love the blue color scheme and I am going to remember the bedding tip...our master is so small. You did a great job painting and freshening things up. Wow, this IS a big room! :)

Thanks for the comment on the wall color I used. It has yellow undertones that look beautiful in the sun. I'm so happy with it.


Unknown said...

Love this bedroom. Those curtain panels are just what I've been looking for to use in my guest room. Gotta go to Lowe's! Love the desk painted blue. Beautifully staged!

NanaDiana said...

The bedroom looks really great, Cindy. I love the color and you have staged it beautifully- xo Diana

Jennifer @ Town and Country Living said...

Sounds like a big job, but this room looks perfectly staged. Love the color on that desk!

Dayle ~ A Collection of Days said...

The blue desk in front of the window ... love!

Unknown said...

That is a soothing colour scheme. Luv the staging.Perfect!
I feel like I can just slide in between the sheets... the vintage pillow cases are adorable.
Cheers, Gee

Julia Kendrick said...

I love the room! It is so inviting! I LOVE the color of the desk! I would love if you could share this at my linky party today at! Hope you have a great day!

lynn cockrell said...

The room is lovely and inviting looking. Love the embroidered pillowcases!

Shenita @ Embellishments by SLR said...

Very pretty, Cindy! I've got to go back and catch up on your other posts. I don't think you'll have any problem selling your gorgeous home!

Cecilia said...

What a beautiful, peaceful room. Good luck on selling your house! Hopped over from Feathered Nest Friday - now following you. Hope you can come visit the B Farm.

Phyllis @Around the House said...

The room looks so inviting and sweet, anyone would love a wonderful bedroom like this..

Mom E. said...

the entire house looks so good! I can't swait to see what you do in your new home!
Hearts to you,

Suzanne said...

I so love your home, and I'm sad to hear you're selling. Excited, though, to see what you'll do with your new home. Love following the progress of getting ready!

Intangible Hearts said...

Love the pale turquoise highlights. You do amazing work. I'm having a luau at The Desert Rocks and reminding all my friends and followers to stop by for a Mai Tai. (recipe) LOL

The Tablescaper said...

The room looks lovely. Very serene. Good luck with the rest of it.

- The Tablescaper

Mom E. said...

hope all is well, you must be in the process of moving! can't wait to see more from your blog!

Pinky at Designs by Pinky said...

The staging looks perfect. We are in the same boat....sort of. We are trying AGAIN to sell our house so had to get a stager in (since all of our stuff is here) and she did the living room, dining room and breakfast roo. I did the bathrooms and one bedroom (out of 4). It is awful to see the house practically empty, and with ZERO personality.......... LOVE the bedding you have. Just what I am looking for for summer. Great room! XO, Pinky

Unknown said...

I like what you have done with both the console and side storage tables. I have never tried painting my furniture before because I am afraid it might turn out to be even worst and paint is irreversible. However, after seeing the results you have obtained, I might just try out with some older furniture in the garage with some leftover paints.

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