Yeah! The reveal is here.I can say I am happy its all done. I have spend countless hours getting this One Room Challenge done. I am so excited to share this space with you all. Its been a crazy 6 weeks.To get me through this I am so honored to have such wonderful sponsors.So so happy to show there products off.
You must check all the participants of this challenge including the amazing designers that are highlighted on Wednesday night. There are so many eye-catching inspirations. I am so amazed of the talent out there.
Before I start showing you it all, lets recap the last five weeks. Week one shows the plan. Week two shutter transformation. Week three, a cute concrete DIY. Week four ,a sneak preview and week five, the home stretch. My biggest highlight will be my vintage shutter lighting piece which I am truly proud of. Its took hours to remove the 100-year-old paint, but it was worth the work.
LETS GET STARTED!
This Space had a long dark table, which I never used. It has been replaced with this settee which I am truly in love! The pillows are from one of my amazing sponsors Paint A Pillow. I will be doing a separate post on how to stencil a leaf pillow.
Initially I had just the sisal rug. I added this bold print rug for some pop. The metal baskets are just another element of texture. The Botancal prints are from an artist from Poland who paints botanicals and then prints them on Canvas. You will see them through this post. I hand painted the frames from DecorArt who sponsored the paint.
My cute concrete vases is in week 3 and this DIY is so much fun. I am definitely hooked on making more concrete accent pieces.
THE BEST FOR LAST!
The gold jewel sconces are from Lamp Plus.You will be able to see the whole tutorial from start to finish in a special post in a few weeks. My electrician drilled a small hole into the painted shutter and attached the pretty sconce. I am in love with the pretty jewels embedded in the sconce. I want to thank Amitha Verma for the paints for the shutter. The paints are so luxurious and there is no doubt it made a big difference to my shutter project.
Thanks so much in visiting my Six week Challenge. Hope to see you again for the next one.