Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Week Five of the one room challenge - linking participant

Welcome to week 5 of the One Room Challenge. If you missed the previous weeks you can start here.

I'm making some steady progress now people!
 Here's a few sneakity peek pictures and updates on the room.

Window treatments were installed.



Accessories were chosen
 


 
 And consoles were styled
 

That's huge!

So I thought I'd share...
 
Random facts about this room
 
1.This room was done on a VERY tight budget since the entire first floor was renovated and most of the budget went to tearing down walls, moving duct work, demolishing a kitchen and putting in a beautiful new kitchen. What does this prove? ...you don't need to spend thousands of dollars to change the look of a room. You just need totally awesome clients and a very savvy and budget conscious decorator (wink, wink).

2.  For this room I didn't buy one piece of furniture. nada. I reused all of my clients furniture and reupholstered her chairs and added leaves to her table so the furniture would fill out the room.

3. The star of this room you ask??? ---the deep navy walls of course. Paint is the least expensive way to add high drama to a room. Nothing else compares or even comes close. End of story.

4. All photos taken of this room are by Andrew Lam Photography-- thanks Andrew.
 
 
You'll have to wait until next week to see it all come together ... if it does (here's hoping)!!!

And feel free to pin anything you like by hovering over the picture or go ahead and share it on facebook. Why not?

Want to see more? Can't get enough ? ... check out these talented folks at Calling it home!

 
Still want more ---- Check out these lovely ladies!!
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Thanks for reading!! xoxo


24 comments :

  1. Loving those window treatments. Beautiful styling on the console too! The blue and white colour scheme is gorgeous! Looking forward to next week's reveal.

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  2. The fabric for those window treatments is amazing!! And you know I'm dying to see that console, right?!

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  3. Looking fabulous Stephanie! You do such great work, the client must be nuts over it. Love your blue and white additions!
    xo Nancy

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  4. Dayum.....Huge LOVE for what I see here!!!

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  5. Well, you know I love your navy walls but the accessories made me gasp. Holy gorgeousness!

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  6. Stephanie the draperies are stunning!! I can't wait to see it all come together next week!!

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  7. Great accessorizing ... sometimes being on a tighter budget helps us be more creative and fun!! xo

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  8. I. LOVE. IT. ALL. that john robshaw fabric is one of my favorites of all time.

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  9. Love the window treatments and accessories! Can't wait to see the finale!

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  10. Oh my gosh...we used the same John Robshaw fabric (pillows for me) and the Wisteria Chinese pots! Great (decorating) minds think alike...ha ha! :-) Looks fabulous...love blue & white!

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  11. Love the fabric and the accessories look amazing. Looking forward to the final room reveal next week.
    Patty at Home and Lifestyle Design

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  12. I'm dying to see your room Stepahnie! The curtain fabrics look amazing and I love that bowl with the boxwood, so chic!!!!!

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  13. I'm kind of obsessed with this room, Stephanie... it looks INCREDIBLE!!! I absolutely cannot wait for the final reveal!!!

    XOXO,
    The Glam Pad

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  14. This is my kind of room! And that photography... wow!

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  15. OMG, those drapes....are you kidding, love them. I really can't wait to see this room. Great job with the photography, Andrew.

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  16. Great accessories, and those drapes are fantastic! Can't wait for next week!

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  17. Where did you get that super amazing metal bowl with the topiary ball in it. Obsessed and want one. I'm excited to see this type of makeover - it's how I roll too!!

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  18. Killer window treatments!!! Cannot wait for next week!

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  19. What's not to LOVE about every single thing here?!! Cannot wait to see the rest!

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  20. Love the John Robshaw fabric you used on the curtains...I had pillows made out of it for my sofa...It will like fabulous with the navy walls...

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  21. Simply a home run in every respect!

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  22. Wow. I cannot WAIT to see this reveal. The brass piece with the boxwood ball is brilliant

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