I finally went through the whole link up for the One Room Challenge and may I say, OMG there were so many stunning room reveals…too many for me to share. I shared some via social media and I thought I would share a few more here.
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There were SOOOO many great dining room makeovers, I could not keep track. This room from CAD Interiors has been on my mind…it really has me thinking about my color choices…hmmm. I love how Carol mixes and matches patterns and that green rug…OH MA GAH….total game changer and something I would not expect to share a space with that wall paper. It goes so well together.
Does this room not give your throwback 1970’s, straight from a western movie? My kids would be so jealous if they saw this room. I think they would agree to sharing rooms. Ha! There are so many different elements that I love so much about this space…from the curtains to the wall paper to the oversized art on the wall. Absolutely beautiful, fun, and whimsy. So perfect for a kids room.
This room had me at the black ceiling. Sharon teased me through this whole challenge, it was crazy. For someone who is not much of a DIYer, she can surely put a room together. This room is such a dramatic and classic. The perfect combination for this space.
When I first saw this room, I thought I was flipping through a European magazine. I am serious! I have yet to see this style in the U.S. This is very much eclectic with a European flair that is not so dramatic. If you know what I mean.
One word can express how I feel about this dining room and that is….LOVE! Black and white walls, mid century furniture, Jonathan Adler plates…come on, this room did it and more. If this room does not make everyone fall in love then I quit. Home run X 4 for these suburban moms.
I went on my rant in the image above about these ladies, but did you know they worked on 2 full rooms at one time? They did not slack in either room. Both rooms are decorated, painted, and gorgeous. What I love about this room is the fact that they had the guts to stencil the ceiling…that alone is a lot of hard work. This might sound odd, but I am really drawn to their abundance of plants and variation of plants that they have in this space. Nice going ladies!
Click on over and view this whole post, you will not believe how this kitchen looked and eating area looked before. Seriously, it is like “you did that in 6 weeks?” It takes a very determined person to get work like that done in such a short amount of time. I give her props! I really like the weathered table and rattan combo.
These were some of my favorites, what were yours?