Friday, April 18, 2014

Our New Master Bedroom

Hello, 2014!  It's about time I catch up and get my creative juices flowing with this blog!  2013 apparently ended in May on my blog, and for that I apologize!  Life has been crazy, busy, and beautiful with three little ones running around.  I'm passing a bit of the blame to this little babe, Harrison Jude.

I am trying to make this year all about simplifying and enjoying our little ones because we all know how quickly time flies!  My dear friend, Ginny, of Ginny O. Photography is helping me spruce up my website by taking far better pictures than I can produce.  I thought I would just jump right in with a tour of our newly decorated master bedroom.  In keeping with my need to purge, clean, and simplify, neutrals seemed the way to go this time around.

I am all about color, but after spending so much time over the past four years in this room with newborns during feeding times, during middle of the night crying sessions, and the couple of months I spent on bedrest, I wanted a major change.  I loved the paint that was previously on the wall and kept decorating around it; then, it finally hit me that the paint was what needed to go!  I feel like I can finally breathe and truly relax in here!

Our bedding is layers and layers of whites, linen, and greys.  It is more relaxed, casual, and easy to throw together in the mornings when we are trying to get three kids and ourselves ready and out the door.  I like to think of it as imperfectly perfect.

And of course, the bedroom tour wouldn't be complete without some detail shots.  

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Love these! Wonderfully decorated. I'm drawn to that beautiful rug with the beautiful and precious Harrison sitting on it! Fun room, Jessica. Very, very nice. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Whoa. Everything in your bedroom is beautiful! I love the gray table; it signifies the attractiveness of the accessories on it and the lamp most especially! Love being here in a known exquisite room. Well decorated!

    Sebastian Chuter