My friend Katie lives in a 100+ year old home in Baltimore, Maryland, and has been working on renovating it with the help of her dad and her awesome dog Joey. She was kind enough to share her bedroom renovation with us. I just love how it turned out.
Katie found these vintage shutters for $30 at Second Chance, a great resource for architectural salvage in Baltimore.
Then she and her dad turned them into this:
(That’s Joey peeking in there!)
The bed was made to complement the radiator covers her dad also built for the house:
(See the close up of Joey framed on the wall?)
To make the headboard the same width as the bed, they added wood in the center and finished it with crown molding:
They then painted it to match the trim in the house and hung it on the freshly painted wall:
Isn’t it beautiful?
The nightstand is made from a Pier One plant stand Katie found for $15 with a 12 inch marble tile from Home Depot glued on top. I love the galvanized bucket she used for the plant!
Thanks so much for sharing, Katie!
Shutters: Second Chance, www.secondchanceinc.org (Second Chance is more than just architectural salvage store – it’s also a training and employment program. See their website for more info!)
All other materials from Home Depot.
Wall Paint: Benjamin Moore Silver Fox
Headboard Paint: Behr Pure Ultra White