>Master Bedroom – Old World Style

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‘Antique with a twist’

I love mixing old with new. I’m drawn to ‘Old World Style’ with lots and lots of charm.
The prints above my bed are modern as are the pillows.
All from Target.
The sumptuously pink blanket is ultra soft and cozy. A must have for long winter nights.

The sconces are from Ballard Designs. I added the wiremold covers.
A simple kick pleat bed skirt.

I painted the wiremold covers to match the sconces.

Here’s a closeup of the wiremold cover. I love how they turned out. 

I collect ‘Fisher Girl’ prints. The antique frames make my heart sing.
I used Rub-N-Buff on the wiremold cover and the frames.
The round fleur de lis mirror is from Target.
Another Fisher Girl print. Don’t you love the black oval frame and print.
Here kitty kitty.
I used black spray paint with Rub-N-Buff on the raised areas of the frame.

I adore wood carvings and this bed does not disappoint.
Fisher Girl print. The shelf came from Bombay. I repainted the shelf to match the frame.
I have a collection of seashells. 

Here’s a closeup
The draperies match the bedding.

The chandelier matches the sconces.  
The paint color is elephant tusk by Benjamin Moore.
The faux books are from the Christmas Tree Shop.

Damask drapes
Chandelier with ceiling medallion. I painted the medallion and added a raised wallpaper in the center.
I love the little POP of pink in the room.

A sisal area rug will go under the bed.
I’m linking with:
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37 thoughts on “>Master Bedroom – Old World Style

  1. >Becky,I have been looking at decorating magazine for years. The one thing that stood out time and time again was the details. Thanks for notices mine.Dee

  2. >Beautiful room. Elegant but simple. Not overdone.I adore your bedroom suite. Is is an antique?You have really achieved what you stated you wanted and you did it beautifully.I am a new follower over Pink Saturday. Ginger:)

  3. >Ur bedroom is beautiful! I really love the black n white, and the sconces turned out great. Ur prints fit in quite nicely….That furniture is simply fabulous all by itself….Hope ule stop over and see the bedroom updates ive made…………..Happy Easter weekend…………Bonnie

  4. >I had a hard time convincing my husband that the black and white color scheme would be nice for our bedroom. He now loves it but could not see the vision in his head. Thanks for your notes!Dee

  5. >Beverly,Your dining room must be stunning with that gorgeous chandelier.Thanks for including me in your link party.Happy Pink Saturday!Dee

  6. >So pretty. Love all the details. Black and white is so timeless. Just found your lovely blog via the newbie party. I'm your newest follower and would be delighted to have you follow me back!Have a great day!Tammy

  7. As you may have noticed, I'm reading all of your older posts and this bedroom is just drop-dead-gorgeous!!! You are an awesome designer, every detail is perfection in that room! I Love it!! Reading decor magazines has not made me a good designer so I'm thinking it is just your innate talent showing!! I'm looking forward to seeing more of your lovely home! Take care, VBgPS About to head south some more, plan to stop at Ballard's Backroom in Roswell today, hoping to find something wonderful for less $$. Then the one closer to Atlanta if I can't find goodies in Roswell……

  8. Dee,I'm just finding this and LOVE it! I adore black & white and this just makes my heart sing. The sconces and the chandy are perfect! The extra touches you add with the prints, paint, etc. just add to the details.xoPat

  9. STUNNING!! So classy and I absolutely love the touch of pink!! I love your blog. I'm your newest follower. Would love to see you DIY Home Sweet home.Jamiehttp://diyhshp.blogspot.com/P.S. More the Merrier Monday ends tonight. Stop by and link up if you have not already.

  10. So glad you linked this up to BeColorful's Motivated Monday. Your bedroom is gorgeous. I am a sucker for black and white but I love love love how you popped it with that pink blanket. So feminine and unexpected. As for the rest they say great design is high end, low end, old and new. Looks like you obviously have it all and pulled it together beautifully.Pam

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