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Our navy blue master bedroom finally has furniture. After sleeping in the middle of the floor for the last 3+ months on a mattress, we have graduated to a bed. The furniture from Wayfair and Birch Lane was delivered last week and we are now just waiting on the new bedding to arrive. These pictures are a little grainy as the lighting at the moment is horrible in the room. I snapped these quickly with my cell phone last week while we were trying to put the bed frame together. We had a small snaffu attaching the frame to the headboard but mostly due to user error. It would have helped if we read the directions first ;).
The large oversized dresser will be perfect for bulky sweaters, sweatshirts and my husbands clothes. His stuff takes up so much room.
Here is a sneak peek of the tufted headboard. The room isn’t overly huge so we decided to go with just a headboard to free up space at the bottom of the bed. I am hoping there will be enough room for a small bench.
I decided that I would mix and match furniture pieces. While I do like some bedroom sets, I prefer a more eclectic look. The fabric headboard from Wayfair and these gorgeous night tables from Birch Lane couldn’t have been more perfect together. It’s always a gamble when you order online but when you have a fabric headboard, your options for night tables are really unlimited.
I am hoping to share the reveal in the next couple weeks. We still need to address the lighting issue and tackle a DIY wall art project on the bed wall. I haven’t decided what to do yet on that wall but I am thinking an array of brass or gold colored frames or perhaps using molding to create texture along the wall. If you have any ideas, I am all ears!
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