Part Three of the Jordan Whole-Home Renovation & Addition
Today, we’re revealing the Jordan whole-home renovation bedrooms, and if these beautiful spaces don’t make you want to curl up and lounge all day long, we don’t know what will. Scroll down to see the before and after contrast – you won’t want to miss it.
Oh, and before we get started, if you missed our earlier posts, be sure to check out our entryway and exterior reveal and our living room, kitchen, and dining room reveal. You’ll get a full tour of each space, showing the ins and outs of the design changes and providing some inspiration for your own home.
While the original master bedroom certainly had promise – especially with its large picture window overlooking the surrounding greenspace – it was due for an update to fit our client’s aesthetic goals.
The first thing to be replaced was the carpet. We swapped the beige floor covering for brand new hardwood floors, which instantly opened up the space and added a sense of warmth to the room. Next up was the ceiling. Rather than completely eliminating the soffit details around the perimeter of the room, we decided to use that architectural depth to our advantage; after all, the recessed lighting added a nice subtle touch, and the ceiling was a visual point of interest. The solution, then, was to add in more detailing, creating a circular soffit to anchor the center of the room, and also to switch out the fan for a more sleek and contemporary chandelier. We kept the picture window as-is, merely updating the paint color to a fresh white and adding stylish and privacy-enhancing window treatments.
Once the architectural details were firmly in place, we layered in the furniture, decor, and textiles. Neutrals set the stage via a cozy area rug, tufted headboard, and grasscloth wallcovering, and blue became our leading color, taking center stage on the nightstands, bedding, armchair, and end-of-bed bench. Yet, while we kept things streamlined with a simple color palette, we played extensively with pattern and texture to give the room a sense of liveliness and excitement. Stripes paired with florals and geometric prints to keep the eye moving, and the complementary elements left the space feeling eclectic, yet perfectly curated.
Our clients wanted their daughter’s room to feel cohesive with the rest of the home’s aesthetic, yet still prioritize her favorite colors and a sense of whimsical fun. So, we opted for a neutral wall color and let the colors pop in the rest of the decor. Playing on the notes of blue apparent throughout the rest of the home, this room took a slightly different route, going a bit bolder with bright turquoise and purple in a variety of patterns between the pillows and window treatments to add a splash of fun and unexpected energy to the mix. Finally, we topped it all off with a simple collection of letters to spell out her name and make the space feel ultra-personal.
We absolutely love the way these spaces came together, creating comfortable zones where each family member can relax and unwind each evening before bed. Dying for more of the reveal? Stay tuned – we’ll be posting part four before you know it.
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Builder: R|House Design Build
Photography: Alyssa Lee Photography
By Megan Johansson, Contributor to Sneak Peek Design