Welcome back for another peek into our home. I thought I would share with you pictures of our master bedroom. I gotta be honest with you all, I debated and went back and forth on sharing this room but figured why not, I’m a pretty open book. So here we go…
My favorite part of the room is my head board. Brandon made this out of old barn wood and I just absolutely LOVE it! Side note, I love having a fitted sheet over my bottom mattress, it just dresses it up a little more.
Here are our night stands. I just saw a room where the night stands had round mirrors above them on both sides of the bed and that is what I am on the hunt for. I think it would be the perfect touch.
My night stand has my Bible and devotional as well as a sign of one of my favorite quotes and two pictures of Brandon and I on our Honeymoon. And then on the bottom shelf is a hand made music box that Brandon had made for me with our wedding song playing in it. Probably hands down, one of the best gifts I have ever received.
And then our dresser. I have the best of intentions with painting this thing white and roughing it up a bit. We have a picture of Brandon and I from when we were dating, my scentsy usually has Downy Unstoppables in it, and Maddi made me a heart out of pottery clay and painted it for a Christmas gift when she was in 3rd grade so it has a bunch of random little things I find in pockets. I also got the old drawer from the Farm Chicks Show and keep my lotions, perfumes, and sunless tanners in it.
Next up is how I organize and keep my jewelry and scarves.
I like using old rake heads for random things and they work perfectly for hanging necklaces and scarves. I also like using this old apple crate as a shelf.
I also used an old coat hook and placed it facing up to keep my bracelets organized, and it works great and is pretty fun and unexpected.
So there you have it, a little peek into our Master Bedroom. I hope you enjoyed it. Do you use weird or unexpected things like an old drawer, rake head, or coat hook to organize things in your home? I would love to hear your ideas. Thank you so much for stopping in today and reading!