Monday, October 28, 2013

Master Bedroom a.k.a. The Mom Cave

Our Master Bedroom
 Our Master Bedroom is one of my favorite rooms in the house.  It's quiet and tranquil, and my favorite place to relax. 

This is the wall on the "Mrs." side.  It's a collage of my favorite photos of the 5 of us. 
I made the Mr. and Mrs. signs myself.  I used frames that already had a mat with them, printed the Mr. and Mrs. on the computer, and covered the mats with leopard print duct tape.  I always have to have a touch of leopard.
This is on the "Mr." side.  I put place mats on both nightstands to protect the wood.  The Bible is my husbands Great Grandmother's from when she was younger.  I kept the original shoestring she had on the bible.  It still has notes she kept, and has all of her markings in the Bible.  Such a treasure!
Another favorite thing I have is this chair.  A local photographer used it as a prop, and when she put it up for sale, I snatched it up. 
I'm pretty sure the fabric and everything is original.  Love the nailhead details, and the fabric was perfect with my colors!
I recently added these shabby tins.  I got these from my friend's store where I buy most of my decorative items.
This is the other side of our bedroom.  This is why I call this my Mom Cave.  I love to pile up and watch my favorite shows.  You can also see our chest that I have had for years.  It was a thrift store find  that was a hideous green.  It fits in here perfect.
Our Master Bedroom really reflects my style.  I love new, old, a little shabby, and really comfy.
I really think my dog knows exactly what he is doing when he jumps in my pictures!

I am continuing my quest to get my house ready for Christmas decorating.  I have a list of things to do for each room to get the house ready for Christmas, and Holiday guests.

Thank you so much for stopping by!


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9 comments:

  1. I love looking at how other people decorate their house! It's a reflection of their style and interests and yours looks very chic! (Plus I have a soft spot for dogs haha)

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    1. I know what you mean Kelly! I love looking at other people's houses too! I appreciate your sweet comment. Thanks for stopping by my blog.
      Heather

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  2. I can see why it is one of your favorite rooms, so pretty and so inviting. I would love for you to link up to my Inspire Me party that will be live today at 2:30 PT. www.astrollthrulife.net Hope to see you there. Hugs, Marty

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    1. Hi Marty! Thank You So Much! I linked up with your party. Thanks so much for hosting.
      Have a great day!
      Heather

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  3. Those hanging tins are so cute!! They'd look neat on a shabby xmas tree too!

    Very pretty bedroom. Mine has laundry everywhere right now :P

    ♥Linsey

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  4. Nevermind what I said about the xmas tree, I see now they are bigger than I thought! Haha

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    1. Hi Linsey! Thanks for following, and thank you for your sweet comment about my bedroom. I know what you mean about the hanging tins. I thought the same thing. If you had tall ceilings, and a really tall tree, that would be gorgeous. She actually had some that were shaped like snowflakes, and she got them at market with Christmas Decorations. My ceilings are just average height and a couple of those tins would take the tree over.
      Hope you will stop by again soon!
      Heather

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  5. Heather, I'm with you on the comfy bedroom love! The Bible is a true treasure, for sure. :-)
    His blessings,
    Kim @ Curtain Queen Creates

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    1. Hi Kim! Thank you so much for your sweet comment, and for stopping by my blog.
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