Our Modern Rustic Primary Bedroom Reveal
We made it to the finish line of our One Room Challenge! We’ve had many a late night and more fast food than I care to admit over the last 5 weeks, but walking into our dream bedroom now, it all seems worth it.
Before we get to all the pretty let’s take a peek back at where we started. Our primary suite has been stuck in a half finished state since we moved in to the Dreamhouse a year and a half ago. Even though we’ve had our beautiful main bath, the part of the space we spend the most time in left much to be desired.
And without further adieu, come on in to our Dream Bedroom!
First of all the unfinished wall got a major upgrade! The reclaimed pallet wood feature wall we created behind the bed is definitely the highlight of the room now.
Our plan for the pallet wall going in was to stain the boards, but once we got them cleaned up and sanded they were just so beautiful we decided to keep the natural colour. We did apply a thin layer of poly in a satin finish to seal it.
Can we take a second to admire this fabric?! The print is just so much fun, and these faux roman blinds were another super easy DIY.
Opposite the bed we created a sitting area. I can definitely see it becoming a new favourite spot for morning coffees. I’m also really happy we decided to install the hardwood. It just makes SO much of a difference! It was definitely worth the extra expense – not to mention that it gave us a reason to add that gorgeous geometric print rug!
After nearly 2 years, it feels amazing to finally see our dream bedroom come to life! Hopefully you enjoyed seeing the transformation as much as we did. In the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing more about some of the details that went into the room, but for now we’ll leave you with this.
- Flooring: 5″ Maple Raven Handscraped Hardwood
- Wall Colour: PARA Paints Sterling Spoon (PF71)
- Door Colour: PARA Paints Mama’s Boy (P5205-62D)
- Trim Colour: PARA Paints Out For a Stroll (P5204-14)
- Pallet Wall Wood Finish: Minwax Polycrylic Protective Finish in Satin
- Bed: Geraldine King Size Bed from Structube
- Duvet Cover: East Urban Home Duvet Cover Set from Wayfair
- Coverlet: Isle Collection – 3-Piece Coverlet Set in Grey from Bouclair
- Nightstands: FYN 1 Drawer Nightstand from JYSK (or simiar)
- Wall Sconces: Nikita 1-Light Wall Sconce
- Window Coverings: DIY Faux Roman Blinds using Modernist Joel Dewberry fabric in Prismatic Pink from Fabric Spark
- Loveseat: Baxton Studio Loveseat
- Rug: Geometric Print Rug from Homesense
- Side Table in the sitting area: VOGAR Cement look Side table from JYSK
- Floor Lamp: RANARP Floor/reading lamp from IKEA
- Coffee Table in the sitting area: KVISTBRO Storage table from IKEA
Before we go, we want to send out a huge thank you to Linda at Calling It Home and Media Partner House Beautiful for hosting the One Room Challenge and giving us the much needed kick in the pants to finally get this room completed. Also a big thanks to our amazing sponsors who contributed to this project.
PARA Paints | Ryobi Canada | Minwax Canada | Purdy
Lastly, thanks to all of you who followed along on our journey to create this space. We truly appreciate all of your comments & words of encouragement! If you missed any of the previous five weeks and want to get caught up, you can check out our posts here:
Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4 | Week 5
Until next time, friends!
Dannyelle @ Life is a Party
Wow, it turned out great. Your pallet wall is so awesome, love it. Job well done.
Tash @ thedreamhouseproject
Thanks Dannyelle! Coming down to the wire I really wasn’t sure we were gonna be able to finish the pallet wall in time. Using those boards required so much more prep work than I anticipated but it was worth it in the end.
Sabrina @ Pink Little Notebook
OMG you guys did an outstanding job! I love everything about this space. Way too go!!!
Beautiful Tasha & Kes…the wall looks amazing I wasn’t sure I would like it because I have a different style but it looks amazing.. Mum
Laurie @ VinYet Etc.
That wall is delish! I am madly in love with it, seriously it’s a show stopper! your use of colour is perfection too, pops to really accentuate your focal wall. It must feel so good to live in this room now and the carpet, you are outta here, that stain was ewwww, glad you went with that gorgeous hardwood and area rug. Worth ALL the work!
what a change! i love that you used some trends and made them your own with that vivid color- like the barn door! awesome work!
Jen @ RamblingRenovators
Woohoo, this room looks fantastic! Love the rustic pallet wall mixed with the other more modern elements. The way you’ve brought the bathroom colours into this room is perfect. Love the bedding and that rug! Well done, guys.
That wall is fantastic!! The whole room turned out so wonderful, give yourselves a huge pat on the back!
Every bit of this space is gorgeous, but my favourite part is that chair!! And the touches of purple 🙂 You guys should be super proud! LOVE it!
S T U N N I N G
Please let me know when I can come for a personalized tour…
LOVE that gorgeous pallet wall and the pops of purple are so fun!
The bed and loveseat are so stylish! And love your pink barn door 🙂
What a great mix of rustic and modern! Love that you kept the natural wood colour on the wall. Beautiful!
You guys did it!!!! I love that you kept the colour scheme consistent with the ensuite and brought in that barndoor colour in accents. The pallet wall is perfection (seriously, how did you get pallets to perfectly fir onto one another like that?) and I love that you have a sitting area in the room, too! It must feel amazing to come into THIS at the end of your long days!!
Oh yes!!! So stunning! It was hard, sometimes, to imagine all the parts as a whole when looking at the individual item photos, but your sense of color and pattern combination came through… This is absolutely gorgeous!
Your bedroom turned out so great! I love the mix of modern and rustic elements!
This looks fabulous! Everything from the wall to the floor to the styling and photography! Congratulations on a job well done! I’m sure you both are loving it all! 🙂
I love this room! That wall is great, and I really like the pops of plum with the modern vibe and other textures all together!
Looks so good – I love your style consistency throughout your home – it’s on point!
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