I love the thought of Christmas lights in the bedroom year-round but after seeing this picture, I thought there were too many lights. I have ordered a different strand with less lights and it should be here soon.
The skeleton key belonged to Sun Kissed Husband's Grandmother. I thought it was cute dangling off the branches. An ode to "the key to my heart" sort of thing.
The Christmas lights are hanging off tree branches that I spray painted and drilled on the headboard.
The chair/suitcase nightstand stayed the same. I just replaced the lamp with a chandie.
The chandy is a curbside find! Read about it's transformation here.
Sun Kissed Husband's nightstand is now half of a wine barrel on casters with a clock as a top. More details on it in this post.
This hanging lamp use to be a work light. I bought it for a couple of bucks at a garage sale but they do sell them at hardware stores.
I wanted to incorporate a nautical touch on his side so I undid the wiring to be able to string it on a sailboat pulley block Sun Kissed Husband bought some time ago at a nautical flea market.
The pocket watch brings back memories to both of us. It belonged to Sun Kissed Husband's dad. It reminds me of my grandfather's watch repairman days.
The spring pan keeps remotes and other things contained.
In keeping with the "spring" theme, this mattress spring, that Suzanne sent to me, gives the sunglasses a home.
I brought the turquoise dresser from the living room giving me much needed storage space.
The furniture that underwent the biggest transformation was this dresser. Check here for more details.
Expect for the curtains and the TV, most of the things in the room I already had. They were repainted, repurposed, or reused.
What do yall think?!