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Bedroom Spruce-Ups!

Here are a few bedrooms I recently made over. I used what my clients already had (furnishings and paint colors) and added to that with fresh window treatments, bedding, throw pillows and a few accessories.  If you are interested,  I already showed you the family room and dining room, for this same residence, click here and here to see them.  

BEFORE shots of master bedroom:


Design board I put together for the space:

AFTER Shots:






BEFORE shot of  guest bedroom:

Design board I put together for the space:

AFTER Shots:

My client's mother painted the artwork.  The whole design was based around them.




BEFORE shot of teenage daughters' room:

Design board I put together for the space:

AFTER shots:





  Isn't it amazing what new window treatments, bedding, throw pillows, etc. can do to breathe new life into a space!

If you would like a little help sprucing up your home, visit my website to see the services I offer!

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  1. Good stuff!!! Lovely blog I have read your blog. It's good!! Home Interior design

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  2. Thanks for sharing this beautiful blog on the bedroom interior design which is in my view fabulous. It requires a lot of skill and knowledge to decide the texture,design,color etc for an interior.

    Posted by | Interior Decorator at the Jdesign group

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  3. Hello Dear, This is nice concept for home design, home construction, new home and remodeling this one. I like it. I am very impressed when got this. Actualy I am surffing for the Home Design Chicago and as i get your site i stop here and try to read more for finding something different. thanks

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  4. Gorgeous! Would you share the paint color of the 1st bedroom, the greenish color? And that room's rug? I was surprised to see it go from blue to the darker greenish color when blue seems to be what everyone is changing to. Refreshing.

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  5. Gorgeous! Would you share the paint color of the 1st bedroom, the greenish color? And that room's rug? I was surprised to see it go from blue to the darker greenish color when blue seems to be what everyone is changing to. Refreshing.

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  6. Wonderful! sometime, a simply wording blog could make us falling asleep, but I could see your afford to uploading a lot of pictures, "pictures can talk".... really nice concept for home design, home construction. Thank you, and keep it up!

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