So, it's been a minute since we've shared Part 1 and Part 2 of Shauna's MCM house renovation. So many minutes in fact that rooms we shared with you in Part 1 and Part 2 have already changed, so you might want to go back and review for all the details. Today though, we are bringing you the main bedroom and en suite bathroom.
Main Bedroom Before
We like to call this a perfect blank slate. Great floors, white walls, simple recessed lighting, the ideal canvas to create magic. AND bonus, a fireplace in the bedroom! Construction wise, that was the only thing that was updated in this room, the tile on the fireplace. Now it's a cool 3-D black tile with black marble hearth. The other finishing touch was a pale aqua paint on one wall and it's move in ready!
Main Bedroom After
Bed: West Elm
Bedding: Orange Coverlet from Annie Selke, Duvet Cover from Missoni Home
Bedside tables: West Elm (sold out, similar here)
Art over bed: Amy Young
Large art: Beth Gandy
Fireplace tile: Tile Shop (discontinued, similar here)
Inlay end table: Home Goods (similar here)
Curtains: Custom made with Schumacher fabric
You probably won't be shocked to know that this bathroom has already gone through a second evolution since Shauna moved in. Thanks to COVID and almost a month of quarantine, she had a LOT of time on her hands. That, and a fab wallpaper that was meant for the new living room that was just begging to find a new home.
There are two vanity areas, so definite "His" and "Hers" spaces made it easy for Shauna to be a little more playful on her side. Which is everything you see here. We try not to force Jeff to endure our styling his side of the bathroom. If you listen carefully, you can hear the birds in the trees.
Flooring: Tile Shop
Wall tile: Tile Shop
Wallpaper: Wallpapers To Go
Vanity light: Wayfair
Light over tub: Dutton Brown
Towels: Missoni Home
Be sure to check out Part 1 and Part 2 of the reno adventure and stay tuned for the exciting reveal of the new living space.
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