My master bedroom makeover has evolved since we moved in nearly 6 years ago. It was laden with wallpaper in every crack, crease, and crevice of this old 1973 home. I know it takes time…..so finally, I have created a bedroom makeover that I have always envisioned!
When we moved in, though, this is what was waiting for us. Sexy throwback curtains and all.
BEFORE (back when intercoms were hot):
We worked to remove the wallpaper, which was torture. I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy! LOL
….and when we were done with our “mini” bedroom makeover, this is what we were left with, which is virtually how our room had looked for years: BARREN
(And P.S……we’ve been rockin’ the same ‘ole IKEA furniture since 2002. Yes, my friends, we’ve owned this bedroom suite, despite its falling apart. HA! Who said IKEA doesn’t last……….pssh!)
With some fresh white furniture paint and new bedding, it was starting to come together!
AFTER! – BEDROOM MAKEOVER
My Bedroom Makeover With New Carpet to Warm the Floor
Not only was our bedroom boring, but it was cold. Literally cold. It’s housed right over the garage, and if you know anything about bedrooms over garages, more often than not, you’ll get frozen in the colder months. Walking to the bathroom was like performing an act in the circus: watch the woman tiptoe on ice, ladies and gentleman!
Temperatures are starting to warm up, but I finally had time and money to upgrade our barren bedroom to something that felt more “homey” and warm.
The first step in creating my bedroom makeover was starting with was new carpet.
My bedroom is so large (almost 17′ x 17′) so buying a remnant from Carpet One was within budget at nearly $400. I bought a huge 12 ‘ x 12’, and it came with a carpet pad. Pretty plush, actually.
You should definitely consider Carpet One for remnants.
I bought a floral runner for the entry to the room, for about $200. Altogether, I spent a little over $600 for flooring. Money well spent when my feet hit these babies first thing in the morning!
I thought the runner pattern would “clash” with my thrifted vintage dresser makeover, but it doesn’t, thankfully!
I also really love the pretty vintage dresser makeover I did for hubby’s clothes!
And with the new bedding and painted nightstands, it looks great! My son loved my bedroom makeover, too!
I love that my room feels so cozy! It’s the light-hearted, airy kind of bedroom I’ve always wanted but never had. (The bedding was by Nicole Miller from Home Goods, but you can find Nicole Miller bedding on Amazon using my affiliate link, from which I may earn a commission).
Before, my master bedroom had cold hardwood floors, outdated wallpaper, and old curtains.
Later…I Made Over Our Ikea Bed
But overall, with all the changes I’ve been making, my new master bedroom makeover looks beautiful!
(P.S. If you love the bedroom makeover paint color, click here to see my post on Sherwin Williams Rainwashed, which is my absolute most favorite color ever, hands-down!)
See the Other Parts of This Bedroom Makeover
One of the prettiest parts of this bedroom makeover was learning how to put up crown molding. You can check it out below:
This post includes a 52-page guide to help you do it on your own!
So what do you think of my master bedroom makeover? Leave a comment below and add to the discussion!
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