Master Bedroom Shopping List

I hope you guys enjoyed my master bedroom reveal yesterday! Today I thought I would share my shopping list for some of the key pieces around the room. Let’s get to it!

master bedroom makeover blog

Paint: Functional Gray by Sherwin Williams
Ainsley Paisley Duvet Cover: Pottery Barn $104 on sale
Ainsley Paisley King-Sized Shams: $71 for two on sale
Black chest: Weekends Only $164
Black Oval Mirror: Weekends Only $47
Artwork above chest: Target, I think around $30
Starburst mirror: Hobby Lobby $25

master bedroom makeover ideasMilari Linen Chair (repurposed from our family room): The Classy Home
Love You Madly Wall Art: Hobby Lobby
Lamp: HomeGoods $70
Side Table: Ross Dress for Less $12
Metallic Beads Gold Pillow: Pier 1 Imports $30

gold and black master bedroom makeoverLarge Gold Mirror: Hobby Lobby on clearance $40
Gold Tray: Kirkland’s $6 on sale
Vase: HomeGoods $12

master bedroom makeover grayElephant Jewelry Tray: Ross Dress for Less
Frames: HomeGoods & TJ Maxx

makeover master bedroomLinon Isabelle Upholstered Bench: Wayfair $166
Chandelier: Joss and Main $198
95 in. Fawn Gold Curtains (4 panels): JC Penney $200

master bedroom makeover blogI think that’s about it for new purchases in our master bedroom.The other odds and ends we’ve had for ages, including the bedroom furniture, lamps, greenery, etc.

This makeover was a bit more pricey than my others since I was starting from scratch and had a big space to fill, but I scored some awesome deals along the way (the duvet cover, chest, and wall art).

master bedroom makeoverI was thinking about adding an area rug to the space,
but I think it might start getting a little busy in here.

What do you guys think?
Add a rug, or keep it with just the plain carpet?

Getting my Vintage Shop On

One of my favorite things to do on the weekends is go shopping for some vintage finds. Usually my little haven is Historic Main Street in St. Charles just outside of St. Louis, but this time I found something new right up the road from me.

vintage store 7This little place (4 Quarters – Timeless Vintage because 4 sisters run the shop, cute!) was filled with tons of goodies and inspiration that I just had to share. First off… lots of Halloween décor! Loving the fall burlap bunting and the stamped books. Umm.. so clever! The hard covers taken off books and the spines stamped with little sayings like “trick or treat”.

vintage store 4I really, really wanted this large chalkboard. How cute would a playroom be with the vintage desk, chalkboard and math sign?

vintage store 3They also had a bunch of gorgeous furniture, including this brown distressed chest. Simply stunning.

vintage store 5The also had a handpainted black chest.

vintage store 2And one of my favorites, this greenish blue distressed dresser with wood top. Only $99! Might need to go back for this one too…

vintage store 8And how cute would this gray chest look in a little boy’s bedroom? Urgh, seriously need to get back to painting furniture. This is so inspiring!

vintage store 9This store also has paint parties for $39 each each month.
I’m thinking Girls Night Out. Anyone?

vintage store 104 Quarters sells clay-chalk-mineral based paint from the American Paint Company. I’ve never tried this paint before but am interested in getting my hands on it! I’m assuming it’s pretty close to Annie Sloan chalk paint? Anyone tried it before??

vintage store 11I do love the color options, plus they had some type of clear top coat that makes the furniture/paint super durable. Great for the tops of your kitchen tables or end tables. I’m assuming you could also use with ASCP. Only $23. I wonder how long that would last, like how many pieces I could cover with it…

vintage store 1And of course I loved this painted cabinet door. I always admire people that can hand-letter things like this. You would think being a former painter I could totally do this, but my work is more like the style of Van Gogh or Monet… pretty from far away but a hot mess up close, HA!

vintage store 6It’s kinda nice finding these little gems around town. I often get stuck in a rut with the same old surrounding stores like TJ Maxx, HomeGoods, etc. Nice to get back to the fun and inspiring vintage finds, right?

I figure every now and again I’ll show you some of my shopping trips from nearby thrift stores and vintage boutiques. Kind of a behind-the-scenes for how and where I find my goodies. And because everyone likes to look at pretty things, right?

So do you have some amazing vintage stores nearby?
Do you like to mix vintage and traditional like me?