Thank you all so much for the kind words on our man cave reveal last week. The One Room Challenge was such a wonderful experience to be a part of and thank you to Linda and the sponsors for making it possible! Later this week I’ll answer some questions and give more detail about our space, but today I wanted to share some of my favorite moments from the many talented ORC participants. Between the featured designers and guest participants there were over 200 rooms transformed within the six weeks – so much talent and so many incredible ideas! There are way too many to share here today, but I wanted to give some takeaways and show some inspiring moments that have caught my eye thus far I’m still looking through them!
Christine Dovey always gets it so right, and this master bedroom in their newly renovated home is incredible! Grey’s, blacks and whites have been having a moment for a while now, but bringing in hits of warmer tones in the settee frame, rug, and art feels really fresh.
Claire Brody updated her parents living room and you should see the before. The neutral, modern, boho vibe is really chic.
Grace from A Storied Style’s boy’s bunk room turned out sooo incredible. Her mix is always great and she is the best at finding eBay treasures like these fabulous posters.
Sarah from The Curated House created a stunning living space and also refreshed the adjoining kitchen and dining areas. I’ll take that coffee table, please…
Speaking of Angela, she’s not only an amazing artist, she’s also an incredible designer herself! Her playroom is crazy good, and the color is so happy yet sophisticated enough for anyone to enjoy.
The Hunted Interior’s mix of blues and patterns has me inspired for our own master makeover. It’s calming yet interesting.
Thou Swell made over his dad’s bedroom how sweet! and my favorite part is that bold, glossy blue ceiling. Reflecting incredible moulding is never a bad thing!
Jill Sorensen has the most incredible home in California and her master bed/bath makeover sends things over-the-top.
Simplified Bee took on quite a renovation with this large master bath. That floor could help me get out of bed in the morning.
Jennifer of Dimples and Tangles created a gingham wall treatment in her guest bath by hand, and the results are bold and cost effective.
This room started out pink with the most fabulous closet doors, mind you and Nicole from Sketch42 took the coolness factor off the charts.
Making it Lovely did just that in her master bedroom and sitting room makeover. You have to check out her DIY bug art. It’s that bit of something out of the ordinary that keeps me ogling over her work time and time again.
I hope you enjoyed glancing at these incredible spaces half as much as I did. You can find all of the featured designers reveals at the bottom of this post and the linking participants on Linda’s blog here. What were some of your favorite reveals and elements that I missed?