How my clients saved $400+ on a chandelier and created a soft, feminine space.
Project West is a stunning new construction in the Houston area. I’m honored to have designed a girl’s bedroom and bathroom with shades of blush and floral accents.
The design process
After approving the final design concept, I sent my clients an easy-to-use shopping list for buying new pieces for the room.
We originally planned on painting the walls blush pink, but the builder-grade tan proved to be a better fit for the room. We were able to take money budgeted for paint to add more decor to the room.
I’ve wanted to jump onto the beaded chandelier trend for a while now, but $500-$1,000 price points turned me away. I did some digging and found a dupe for less than $150.
A brushed gold table lamp provides bedside lighting.
Chalk painted nightstand
We decided to create a focal piece with a blush-colored nightstand. New nightstands ran about $80+, so I found a wooden nightstand at Goodwill and used chalk paint to finish it.
Two velvet, floral pillows tied the color scheme together and created a soft texture on the faux fur comforter.
Mixing the old and the new
I used antique pieces from my latest trip to Antiques Week in Round Top, Texas and newer, gold accents to style the client’s own furniture.
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