The bedrooms didn’t need too much work. The previous owners installed bay windows in the two main bedrooms, adding a bit more space and enhancing the gorgeous views. They tiled the floor area in the window section to blend in with the cream carpet.
the pink walls, pelmets and curtains were first to go.
We pulled up the carpet and removed the tiles
then filled in the gaping hole with Tasmanian oak flooring. The hideous solid wardrobe doors were replaced with Tassie oak framed mirrored ones
and the floorboards were sanded and polished.
After much searching, I found some antique bedside cabinets. They are mismatched and after some restoration they completed the picture perfectly.
The third bedroom was designated for guests
but the sofa bed was soon re-homed once I discovered how uncomfortable it was. The carpet had to go and a huge built in cupboard was deconstructed and resurrected in the shed. With some rearranging, the room has become a cosy guest suite for one as well as my playroom.
Amazing transformation as always, where do you get all the energy from?!
It’s easier in the cooler climes 🙂
love the flow of everything, very relaxing 🙂
It’s amazing what a bit of paint and polish can do!