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The Bedroom

I came across this bedroom on Pinterest a couple of weeks ago, and it's just been one of those things I've not been able to get out of my head. I've been searching for the perfect paint color for our bedroom for several years actually, and I immediately fell in love with this one named Rainwashed by Sherwin Williams.

So in my credit-card free world, I decided to tally up the cost of everything I'd need to make this room and to start saving for it:

So I'm thinking maybe around $500 to do the whole room. Not too bad for a complete makeover and very doable.It's going to be a welcome change. We've been in our house for five years and I still haven't updated the bedroom wall paint - it's still a lemon yellow that I said I was going to paint over the second we bought the house. In actuality, it's the ONLY room in the house I haven't repainted since we moved in!


  1. I like that bedroom, and that color is so soothing! Good luck!

  2. That is gorgeous! I'm always drawn to those colors.

  3. Ohh, that is basically my dream bedroom! How pretty and calming. And I'm now obsessed with that bench!

  4. SO pretty!! we have a bluish gray in our bedroom :) Great breakdown! You'll have to show your before and after if you do it!

  5. AWE-SOME! I already have the paint color .. now to hunt for the rest... I SO need a re-do!

  6. So glad u shared this. I've been looking for that perfect blue for our bedroom too. You may have just inspired me here.....

  7. What a beautiful bedroom! Love that paint color!

  8. I really love the color of this bedroom and have been trying to convince my hubs that we need a makeover after 7 years and two kids :) I also love your blog and am adding it to Feedly reader. Love meeting other southern bloggers.


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