Happy Friday, y’all! I am so excited to be kicking off a fun series called Fave Space Friday, where I’ll be showing a favorite room from a talented blogger every week. I mean, no one likes to work on Friday anyway, right? Might as well enjoy some eye candy.
And since we’re nearing the end of summer (Should we bow our heads in reverence for a sec?), I thought Caitlin’s master bedroom from The Picket Fence Projects would be the perfect slightly coastal space to show off.
Caitlin, her husband, and their precious little boy live in Connecticut in a house that was built in the 1860s!
Together, they transformed their old house using good ol’ elbow grease with lots of DIYs. That plank wall behind the bed is one of many.
The bed itself is a Crate and Barrel knock-off that she found on Overstock for a third of the price. Isn’t it gorgeous?! The framed coral prints bring a subtle coastal style to the room too.
Caitlin opted for neutrals with subtle pops of blue because she wanted a calming retreat at the end of her busy days.
Many of the pieces in her home are from garage sales, consignment shops, or are hand-me-downs. She brings them to life with a little DIY love, but she’s not afraid to let natural wood pieces take the spotlight.
She made these airy striped curtains, which you can read all about here.
Caitlin gave this old chair a new life with a DIY upholstery job. I would have never known, would you?
She has had a lot of luck at HomeGoods too like her map find there and her bedside lamps.
So are you ready to take a nap in this pretty bedroom as much as I am? Or at least to have a pillow fight? I feel so relaxed right now. You can see her entire master bedroom source list along with paint colors and project details here.
I hope you love Caitlin’s style as much as I do. By the way, you have to check out the rest of her house. Her son’s nursery is probably the sweetest space I’ve ever seen. Every room is just as magazine-worthy as the last.
Hope y’all have a lovely weekend! I’ll see you next week with a bunch of new projects that I’m so excited to share!