Let me bring you up to speed really quick... about a month ago my sister and I flew to Houston to redecorate my parent's entire house. It was a whirlwind, but we had a blast... here's the recap...
Today we'll take a peek at the changes we made in the master bedroom. But even better than that... a little question/answer session with the homeowners themselves. Get stoked... exciting things going on over here.
Okay, first up... the "before" picture of my parent's master bedroom:
But never-the-less... here's the "after" photos...
So... there you have it. The master bedroom... and the final part of the tour. I hope you enjoyed seeing all the changes we made to my parent's house. Wondering what my parents think of the space??? Well, let's ask them!!
Q&A with Mom & Dad...
Mom: Family room!
Dad: My favorite room is definitely the family room area.
Mom: Because you made it HUGE!
Dad: You guys were able to do what other professional designers could not; come up with a functional way to place the furniture that works!
Mom: Moving the sofa table out of the family room made the biggest impact.
Dad: Just cleaning up and getting rid of the years of accumulation of stuff. The result was a cleaner, more modern appearance.
Mom: I was most surprised by the upstairs guest room at the top of the stairs with the fun bright colors!
Dad: Your ability to make the family room work with our existing furniture.
Mom: I LOVE the pillows with numbers on them. They are some of my favorite additions!
Dad: I'm actually still trying to figure that one out. I like them... they look great... but I'm not convinced that the pillow with a "9" on it isn't really supposed to be a "6." I'm seriously considering turning it upside-down just to add some spice to my life.
Mom: I love the spray painted little wicker stool (from white to turquoise), as well as the living room coffee table (from gold legs to brown).
Dad: I used to hate it until I discovered that little gadget that you put over the can that lets you paint without your finger going numb from pressing down on the button. I like it so much now that I actually did what you asked me to do and spray painted the coffee table in the living room! Then I got carried away and spray painted the outside bench in the front yard! However, I'm not a fan of spray painting a $2,000 piece of furniture.
Mom: Yes, we have started our FFA meetings. We are giving all the extra faux foliage to the Bluebird Resale Shop! I promise not to cry!
Dad: Ha! I never had any idea we had so much fake greenery in our house. It's the accumulation of years along with the fact that it's easier to put it in a corner somewhere than carry it outside to the trash.
Mom: I love the little piece of furniture that you added to our master bedroom between the blue chairs. I am not even sure where it was in the house before, so yes, that was a nice surprise!
Dad: I love the table that cam from the game room and now resides in the master bedroom. You guys did a great job of "repurposing" some of our old stuff.
Mom: The next thing on our to-do list is to get rid of the huge heap of "STUFF" that is taking up half of our garage!
Dad: Figuring out how to get rid of the piles of stuff that are now preventing me from parking my truck in the garage. Seriously, that is a huge pile of stuff that I now have to deal with. The current plan is to haul it all down to the Bluebird Resale shop and hope I can make some money from it.
Mom: I would rehire our interior designers in a heartbeat and I believe they are wanted by many of my Facebook followers as well!
You heard the man... abso-damn-lutely. Let us know if you would like to go on our waiting list;)