Master Bedroom

Our master bedroom is still very much a work in progress, but here are a few things we’ve had fun doing to the space since we moved in back in 2007…

The room started out pretty builder basic…

…but we’ve been busy injecting more of our personality over the past few years…

Here are some links to some of the things we’ve worked on/brought in to the room:

– Planked Walls: Post 1, Post 2, Post 3Post 4 and Post 5

– Closet Update:  Post 1 and Post 2

Mirrored Closet Doors


Beside chests

– Curtains

– Table Lamps


– Paint: Post 1 and Post 2

We look forward to making a few more updates to the room as time and fund-age allows, and we’ll post them here as soon as we’re done!


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  1. says

    An inspirational blog – with great pictures – what camera do you use?
    The colours throughout your home are absolutely perfect – peaceful, beautiful and bright.

  2. Ashley Olsen says

    Love your style! So darling! I have been following your blog for a long time. I am just starting to redo my master BR, and I am curious to know, is that the “Dark Porceline Blue” Matine Toile quilt @ Pottery Barn or is it another color? I looked online and want to be sure i purchase the same one. I love yours. Hope to hear back from you soon! Thanks!

    • Layla says

      Thanks, Ashley! Our quilt was just labeled, “Porcelain Blue”. I’m not sure if that’s different from their “Dark Porcelain Blue”. ?

      • Ashley Olsen says

        Perfect, I will look into that, and find out. Do you know where I might be able to find the clearlake quilt? I just love it all! Thank you so much for your quick response. I am so in love with your style! Seriously. I would like some advice on my kitchen. Its a small kitchen and i am trying to decide paint and stuff, do you provide advice or anything, as to design and colors?

  3. says

    I could get lost in your blog…..nice, nice, nice !! You are inspiring.
    I have a little tiny vintage shoppe in Ocean Park, WA which has been a terrific inspiration for me…even though I own the shoppe. Does that make sense ?
    While shopping (hunting) for inventory, the coastal seaside look influences what I’m drawn to…..therefore what ends up on my shelves. Your blog is a jewel……very creative and I wanted to thank you for posting. Congratulations…………..job well done.

  4. jane tlougan says

    can you please tell me how i can get the 2 magazines either in print or download them.thank you