When we moved into our current home, we didn’t really have furniture that matched.  We had wood nightstands, a wood dresser and a white lingerie chest.  We purchased a rug and bench for the end of the bed, but the room didn’t seem to appear grown-up.
It was more “fresh our of college”.
master bedroom refresh
So we decided to get some matching furniture, paint the room and spruce up our master bedroom.  We do have a child and all, so we might as well act like adults, right?
After we painted the bedroom and bathroom, we purchased these gorgeous pieces, and moved our old furniture into the guest bedroom, seeing as there was no furniture in there other than a bed!  We found the dresser and two nightstands from Pottery Barn.
Updating Our Bedroom

 

Updating Our Bedroom

To make the look feel more modern, we changed the handles on the dresser and the nightstands.  There is a local shop that sells knobs, pulls, and handles.  We found some dark black knobs to add to the furniture!

Updating Our Bedroom

And we hung the television on the wall so it wasn’t taking up space on our dresser.  We do have a large master bedroom, but not a lot of counter space.  We need to make the most of what we have, so moving the television to the wall helped a ton!

Updating Our Bedroom

All I needed to do was add some finishing touches to make it feel like home!  I added some wire flowers, my jewelry box and my grandmother’s make-up tray.

Updating Our Bedroom

 

Updating Our Bedroom

 

Updating Our Bedroom

Last thing is to hang the cable box behind the television and our room is all set!  I feel like we have drastically updated our bedroom to make it feel more grown-up.

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About The Organized Mama

My name is Jessica and I am the founder and creative director of The Organized Mama, a professional organizing firm and blog. I was born and raised in Minnesota and currently live in Illinois. I graduated Indiana University with a degree in elementary education. My passion is teaching others how to live an organized life. I am a certified professional organizer with the National Association of Productivity and Organizational Professionals (NAPO).

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