Decorist Bedroom Design Project – Before & After Part 3

If you’ve been watching my Instagram, you’ve probably seen a couple sneak peeks of the guest bedroom design project. I moved towards a look that was out of my comfort zone. Right before teaming up with Decorist, I noticed I was obsessing over white and neutral spaces.  Pinning them like I was on fire. Maybe it was because I was also on color overload while redecorating the master bedroom in navy and pink? I don’t know, but flipped the switch, crossed my fingers and hoped for the best. Decorist hooked me up with Ashley Redmond, interior designer extraordinaire. I was psyched!

Decorist Design Project. Before and After guest bedroom reveal. Wicker tray from West Elm filled with white fluffy towels. sits on a handira wedding blanket, welcoming guest for their overnight stay. Sheepskin pillow from Chairish.

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Designing with Texture

When I asked Decorist to help me design my guest room, I went out of my comfort zone and decided to go with a more white and neutral space. Zero color. Something earthy. I had to put a lot of trust into my interior designer, Ashley Redmond, because for me, this was foreign waters. I was slightly nervous it would turn into a very sterile looking space.

Designing With Texture

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My Decorist Makeover Part 2

It’s been a little while since we’ve checked in on my Decorist makeover. No, no I didn’t forget. Pinky swear. I’ve actually been working on it like a mad woman. The final board arrived in my inbox the day before I left for Germany. Since I was out of the country for 2 weeks, I couldn’t order anything until after I returned. Bob, my neighbor, would have had a lot of boxes to store in his garage for me. I apologize for the delayed update. In case you don’t remember, I was presented with 2 concepts designed by Ashley Redmond, my interior designer from Decorist, and I was taking a poll from you to see which y’all liked over all.

Concept 1 kept my existing bed and added two gorgeous brass nightstands. It was light and airy and the hints of brass would bounce the light around the room. I was also obsessing over that beautiful woven chair. Here’s a peek at the board to refresh your memory.

Decorist Bedroom Makeover

Concept 2 for my Decorist makeover had similar neutral tones yet a totally different style. Ashley went with a more natural, earthy feel but still pulled in clean lines and the mid-century modern look I adored. The leathers, jutes and natural woods gave it the touch of boho that recently has been making my heart swoon…thanks to Justina Blakeney’s new book.

Decorist Bedroom Makeover

So which concept did I chose? Click thru to find out! But before that, let’s have one last look at the horrendousness of what this room use to look like, shall we? Oh and don’t forget, if you’re thinking about purchasing a Decorist package for yourself, enter the code “HIPSTER” to receive $20 off your Classic Makeover…and nope, I’m not getting anything if you use that code. We just really like each other.

Decorist Before & After Guest Bedroom Makeover

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Decorist Bedroom Makeover Before & After Part 1

Hey you guys! How’s your week going? Did you read my last post? Well, I figured out a solution to my new found love of whites and neutrals. I’ve teamed up with Decorist to knock out my guest bedroom makeover. It’s been on my to do list, but I just wasn’t sure exactly how I wanted it to look.

If you haven’t heard of Decorist, you should. I found them about a year ago and have been watching them grow and basically change the interior design industry as we know it. By working virtually with a professional interior designer, they will help you take your room from now to wow with just a point and a click. No longer shall we hear, “I would love to hire an interior designer, but I can’t afford one” because Decorist takes your room and redesigns it to perfection for just a small fee.

Decorist Before & After Guest Bedroom Makeover

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