I’m very excited to show you the final results of the girls’ bedroom makeovers for our RESA® Meaningful Makeovers project!
The color palette is all Sherwin-Williams, who graciously donated most of the paint for the project! The colors above (from left to right) are Unique Gray SW6260, Frostwork SW0059, Tradewind SW6218, and Malted Milk SW6057.
The “befores” show the previous peachy-brown colors on the walls of the girls’ rooms. This one was the lightest peachy-brown of the four bedrooms:
Elizabeth Scruggs of Superior Construction and Design and I paired up to redesign this room and its adjoining bathroom. We painted our room SW Tradewind, a lovely grayed blue that brightened up the room like the sky:
Here’s another “before” of the room:
We painted some furniture in order to repurpose it, and bought lots of new bedding and decor for the rooms. Notice that we removed the top hutch portion of this chest of drawers and painted the drawers in a pretty coral color from Southern Honey Workshop to tie in with the new lampshades and shams.
Elizabeth found this dresser from a consignment store for $56! It was white, black and fuchsia, with polka dot drawer pulls. A lot of white paint and some gold metallic spray paint made it look brand new. Another bargain find was the tufted blue chair from HomeGoods that I got for only $99.
The bathroom was pretty rough and needed more than a little help:
The new wall color unites it to the adjoining bedroom, and Iron Ore SW7069 on the oak cabinet really updates this space and complements the gray tile floor:
Here is the “before” of another of the bedrooms in the home:
I love all the sweet details and gold metallic touches:
Here’s their bathroom in its “before” state:
And now it’s just as pretty as any girl could wish for:
The third bedroom featured muddy walls and more than a little chaos:
Shelley created some custom art just for this room, including the abstract floral between the beds and the yarn hangings above the beds:
Here’s the adjoining bathroom before:
And here’s its happy transformation after:
The final bedroom in this home previously held bunkbeds, but one of the oldest teen girls was about to move into it and wanted regular beds instead.
Anthea and Corey Click of Fresh Perspectives took on the task of designing this room that is painted SW0059 Frostwork.
Every thing that was in this room was moved out . . .
to make room for a whole new look. I love how sophisticated the gray, black, and white makes this space!
All of the planning, designing, and labor was donated by the members of the Greater Nashville Chapter of RESA® (Real Estate Staging Association). If you or someone you know are selling a home, I highly recommend any of the women in our organization to stage your property to sell for top dollar – just look what they can do!
BUT, that’s not all! We also made over the living room, dining room, kitchen, and front porch area of this home, which I will share in my next blogpost. AND, our group is making over a second girls’ home on the campus next week! Stay tuned . . .
Thank you to our largest sponsor, Clarcor Filter Foundation, for donating the majority of the funds required for our Meaningful Makeover project!