A Master Bedroom Turned "Colorful and Eclectic" Living Space

A Master Bedroom Turned "Colorful and Eclectic" Living Space

Nora Taylor
Sep 20, 2015
(Image credit: Submitted by Chelsea)

Project by: Chelsea
Location: Columbus, Ohio

6 months ago we gave birth to our first son Evan. Our first floor master paired with Evan's upstairs nursery proved to be quite a challenge during those long nights in the first few months. So after some time we moved the master bedroom upstairs and turned the large first floor master into a family friendly living space.

(Image credit: Submitted by Chelsea)

This space does double duty with a fold out sofa for overnight guests. A dresser serves as a TV stand for extra storage for guest items. A large wardrobe in the corner holds extra blankets and pillows.

(Image credit: Submitted by Chelsea)

A few new furniture pieces, budget friendly art, a simple rug, and a basket for toy storage pull together this colorful and eclectic living space.

(Image credit: Submitted by Chelsea)

We created a little seating area in the corner where I can hang out and watch Evan while he plays on the rug. The chair was a splurge item as we had trouble finding something cozy and but with a midcentury feel. I imagine it will be used down the line as the "time out" chair when Evan starts getting himself into trouble.

(Image credit: Submitted by Chelsea)

Check out Chelsea's website Farm Fresh Therapy for more info and pictures on her room revamp.

Thanks, Chelsea!

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