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Monday, May 15, 2017

Gorgeous Inspiration For Every Room In The House

I absolutely adore the One Room Challenge. I so look forward to the grand room reveals after just six short weeks of hard work. There is always such wonderful inspiration to be found. 

To start this collection off you’ll adore how Old House New kept the integrity of their old home intact but updated their master bedroom with color and accessories.

What a cheerful sitting area The Pink Pagoda created! You have to see the accompanying dining area as well.

The Nester does it again. She took a broken down back porch and transformed it into a truly welcoming space.

You’ll applaud the d├ęcor solutions The Pink Clutch found for a Jack and Jill bathroom shared by her son and daughter.

This happy nursery is a charming space made by Style Your Senses.

Bright and Bold baby girl nursery design with buffalo check wallpaper, floral fabric and abstract art

Almafied’s breakfast room has a certain je ne sais quoi that makes a heart sing.

You will appreciate how House of Brinson broke out of the basic beige box with this gem of a guest bedroom.

House of Brinson / One Room Challenge

The same holds true for this colorful living and dining room created by J + J Design Group.

This stunning accent wall was accomplished by The Dedicated House using a stencil and craft paints. Bravo!

Spring 2017 One Room Challenge Breakfast Nook Reveal

You have to see the “before” images to truly appreciate this wonderful “after” of this kitchen and dining area designed by Abby Manchesky Interiors.

All of the vintage accessories just made this laundry room by Bees N Burlap.

Beesnburlap One Room Challenge Urban Industrial Vintage Glam Laundry Room Reveal Makeover DIY Inspiration Art Hamper Brick Wallpaper Wood Wall Modern Farmhouse Decor Industrial Vintage Scale Storage

This darling girls bedroom is the fantastic work of Interiors For Families.

One Room Challenge Week 6: Project Sister Act REVEAL! | Kelly Rogers Interiors | Interiors for Families

Christina’s Adventures has a fantastic bathroom transformation.


This charming cottage makeover by Simplicity In The South is a delight.


This living room by Michelle Gage will make you smile and say “Cheers!” 

MIchelle Gage // One Room Challenge: Revealing The #PalmSpringsProject

I might just have to join the next ORC in October after seeing this office by Kim Power Style.

one room challenge final reveal

I commend each and every participant who rose to the One Room Challenge. Having participated myself on four prior occasions to create a family room, a bathroom, another bathroom and living and dining room it truly is an accomplishment to be proud of. 

The 20 guest designers are located HERE. You can find all of the guest participants HERE.

You’re sure to find a room that inspired you.



Rita C. said...

Great post, Laura, rounding up all the ORC participants and featuring some outstanding end results. Thanks!
I hope your week is off to a great start.

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

These are gorgeous, I loved all of the makeovers too, such inspiration.

Charlotte said...

I always enjoy your blog for the art -- and loved looking at these rooms. I have learned about myself that no matter how gorgeous all the others are, it's always the blue and white decor that I like best. Living in a small apartment, I don't have many options but I do have a Hoosier cabinet that I think could use a blue and white makeover!

therelishedroost said...

LOVE them all!

Blondie's Journal said...

These are very talented bloggers and designers in their own right, Laura. Thanks for the lovely photos. I really loved seeing the bedroom that CoCo from The Crowned Goat created. I started following her blog a few months ago. Its very original and she and her husband worked very hard, hand in hand to create really beautiful space. What inspiration!!

Jane x

handmade by amalia said...

Gorgeous eye candy. I think the girs' room with the twin blue beds in my favorite but it was difficult to choose.

Jeanie said...

I love all of these! Great style and you can tell there was loads of work, too!