Before and After: Relaxing Modern Farmhouse Bedroom

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For me, bedrooms are all about sleeping in or curling up with a good book.  Relaxation is always paramount, so that was my primary consideration for the master bedroom at the Farmhaus. I’m pretty happy to say that we feel super relaxed in this bedroom, but it took time and a good amount of sweat to get it there.

As a reminder this is where we started.

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Super dark and dingy.  The first order of business was to brighten it up with natural light.  So what did we do?  We closed a window.  Say what? Yep, we closed a window that provided virtually no light and opted instead to put in a patio door that gives the bedroom direct access to the deck.  Go here to see the dirty progress.  The patio door not only gives us a view, but because it is south facing gives the room the most light throughout the day.  Closing up a window can be controversial see here, but sometimes it’s the right move.

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I stayed quite true to my original mood board, but when a friend decided that the runner she had bought didn’t really work in her house I put it to good use and added a touch of blue to the room.

Here are more views of the room.master-bedroom-relaxing-modern-scandinavian-farmhouse-3

Recognize those black and brass sconces from the round up I did a few months ago?  I love them!  Also, we like to think that the framed black and white photograph is an hommage to the the window that once was. I found the bedside tables at auction. Because the room isn’t large I knew I couldn’t fit a dresser, so decided to optimize my space with bedside tables with drawers. They’re clean, midcentury but show their age. I wasn’t sure if I was going to refinish them to their pristine state, but the more I lived with them, the more I grew to love their imperfection.

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Instead of putting the bench right at the foot of the bench, I opted instead to put it against the wall to allow for better traffic flow. The hooks above it allow me to use the vertical space, plus clothes don’t end up in a pile, they end up hanging, which seems ever so slightly more tidy.

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All in all, it’s a mix of vintage finds and savvy shopping. You can find similar items here: grey upholstered bed, brass and black sconces, brass flushmount, white cotton pintuck linens,  nightstand with drawers, black rattan basket, midcentury bench, shaker wall hooks, blue cotton blanket.

Hope you like.  We LOVE it!

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