You know how I love to rethink and repurpose spaces, right? I wanted to show you this happy space I worked on this week. I did a paint color consultation with this Nashville client a few months back, and this week I returned to arrange furniture and hang art.
You’ve all heard of the “man cave” by now, and many of you may have one in your own home. The term “man cave” conjures up images of a dark basement filled with a monster-sized flat screen television, leather recliners, and (sorry) ugly decor. Since Father’s Day is approaching this weekend, maybe it’s time for a new and improved vision for the man cave. Let’s start by dispelling a few commonly-held myths about what the perfect man cave should be.
Although we repainted most of Allison’s interior, we chose NOT to paint her bedroom. Why? Because we were on a tight budget, and the bedroom wall color was NOT the problem.
I’m so excited to start showing you the reveal of my assistant, Allison’s, home makeover! After a whirlwind day arranging furniture, hanging artwork, placing accessories, and one last shopping run last week, we are ready to show you the dramatic changes. So come on in!
Allison’s new entry
As promised, I’m sharing another before and after from the Nashville home featured Monday.
Today I’m sharing three simple bedroom decorating ideas for your home. You’ll see how I used these tips when decorating a teenage boy’s room, but they are applicable for any bedroom or guest room.