Hey, friends, ready to continue our new home tour? Let’s take a peek at the master bedroom. The layout is a bit different from our last home, but the furniture and most of the décor has remained the same.
Straight ahead as you enter the door are the bed and nightstands. The drop cloth curtains were in our previous bedroom. I’m so glad I made four panels for that wide window, rather than two large panels. I was able to use two panels for each window in this house. I needed to hem them, but that was relatively quick and easy.
Looking back toward the door from the bed, immediately to the left of the door is the chest of drawers.
Just a few goodies on the chest of drawers. I love these little pitchers and can’t help buying them whenever I come across them at thrift stores. The pretty amethyst bud vase was a sweet gift from my sis-in-law. So far, its emptiness hasn’t worked as a hint for fresh flowers- too subtle…?
Working our way around the room, one of my favorite bergere chairs is tucked into the corner to the left of the chest. Its twin is in the living room. The L. Gordon print was over the fireplace in our Georgia home.
A perfect spot for reading. If not for the pile of clothing and bedding that usually finds its way here.
Moving along, to the left of the chair is the dresser.
More cutie-patootie pitchers. I told you I have a problem….
And we come back to the wall with the windows and bed.
The bedding and French wall panel look vaguely familiar, huh?
On the adjacent wall is the doorway into the bathroom and the doorway into Richard’s closet. I didn’t get a picture of that- two boring doorways, no décor.
The only major thing I really want to change in the master bedroom is the pencil post bed. We had it custom made for us many years ago, but it is ridiculously tall and I am having a really hard time climbing into bed.
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