MY-oh-MY!  Where do I even start?? How do I even begin to express the pleasure it has been to once again partner with such incredible brands on such an exciting project? So many weeks of planning, emails, proposals, selecting product and styling. So many hours of putting my heart and soul into something that I hope will not only make these brands proud, but offer you my readers something that will inspire you to create beautiful spaces in your own homes. (PLUS the incredible chance to WIN a Makeover like this!)

After the Ultimate Kids Bedroom Makeover, it became very clear that moms are really the ones who deserve a spoil of this magnitude. And so, it became my mission to find brands to join forces with me on a Master Bedroom Makeover Project that would see one woman’s dream become a reality!

And while there are so many amazing bespoke brands out there, it’s not as easy as one would think to find the perfect ones to work together on a collaboration of this nature. Ensuring we had all our basis covered, no duplicates and that we kept with the general style and theme proved to be some-what challenging at times.  So considering I had to pick and choose based on a selection of products, I think it turned out pretty well. Considering I’m no styling/decor expert, I think we did ok and I that most of you will love what we came up with!

With 15 brands on board to help create this makeover, it’s certainly a prize of significant quality and value with some of the most awesome companies involved in showcasing their product!  Before we head into the BIG reveal, here is what one lucky lady will be walking away with in our competition which launches on Monday 22 May! These are the fabulous companies that have made this all possible! 

Bedroom Makeover prize consists of the following:

Linen House – linen worth R2500

Mungo – a Bakuba throw valued at  R1285 

A choice between Lim beside lights and Wire World  bedside lights valued at R2600 (both these lights feature in the shoot and one set will be given to the winner!)

Eco Furniture Design  – A beautiful mirror valued at R1995

Simply Home – Their beautiful Plant Stand valued at R330

Rugs Original –  A gorgeous grey vintage-style rug as featured in the shoot valued at R2950

Glass Gardens – A choice of any one of their air plants/terrariums to the value of R400

Nordic Baba – a gorgeous nordic-inspired sheep skin rug valued at R950

Stokperd –  Their stunning Munka shelf valued at R1500

Natascha van Niekerk Fine Art Photography –  Wall art worth R3400 as seen on the wall in shoot PLUS a choice of two cushion covers valued at R700!

Rose Cafe – Some gorgeous greenery/flowers valued at R600 to create a fresh atmosphere to your new bedroom

Skinny La Minx – Two Soft pots for your succulents and flowers to make their home as well as two beautiful cushion covers valued at R1270 (cushion covers not featured here)

Design Store – A choice of a white or black ash wood horn hook for display or hanging purposes valued at R1200

Klooftique – A choice of a black or white “straight up” standing lamp valued at R2200

Total value is  R23 815!!

Theme: 

As with the general theme of our home, we went with a Scandinavian-inspired bedroom that incorporated plenty of wood, different prints, beautiful pieces of furniture and some statement pieces that resonated with our general “vibe”.  It’s a little bit more “grown-up and sophisticated” than the rest of our home, aiming to touch on a more mature and romantic note which I thought was nice given the intimate and calm atmosphere one would aim to achieve in a bedroom space.

The colours are predominantly grey, black and white, but with lots of warm neutrals coming through in the parquet flooring, picture frames, lights and shelves, as well as the beautiful server from Eco Furniture Designs which really deserves its own mention altogether! I have such a love-affair going on with wood and I like that different shades can be used in one area. Gone are the days where matching wood colour perfectly for every feature was a prerequisite for styling a room. (In my mind anyway) Now days, different shades of wood can be incorporated all over a room, so long as you stick to a few and use them well. My favourite shades are the warm tones you find in Blackwood and Kiaat combined with lighter shades of Birchwood, which help keep things fresh and light.

So FINALLY, here they are some of pictures from our Styled-Shoot which are bound to get you drooling! All images are courtesy of Angi Whittle Photography. ♥

So much beauty featured in one room! The Jerome linen set from Linen House, Art work and cushions from Natascha van Niekerk Fine Art, Morrison server from Eco Design Furniture, Lamps from Wire World, Rug from Rugs Orginal, Throw from Mungo, Straight Up floor-lamp from Klooftique, sheepskin from Nordic Baba.

⇑ Bedside lamps from Wire World. Natascha van Niekerk Fine Art Photography pieces on the walls were the perfect match with their Kiaat wooden frames, picking up on all the other warm tones of wood so beautifully. And the Nordic Baba sheepskin adds the most lovely Nordic feel to the room. LUXURY!!

⇓ Bedside lamps featured here from Lim. They are simple and understated yet make such a difference to the look and feel of the room. The Jerome linen set from Linen House has one feeling like Royalty at bedtime. 🙂

⇑ This Morrison Server from Eco Furniture Design is just magnificent in both its craftsmanship and design. It comes in a selection of different woods (featured here in Blackwood) and is perfect for a bedroom or living area. Lots of storage space means it’s not only beautiful but functional too.

⇑ My cute little study nook which is now that extra special thanks to the beautiful Munka shelf from Stokperd that sits above my desk. Throw from H&M, lamp from Woolworths, cactus holder from Simply Home. (Pin board and trestle table my own).

⇑ The gorgeous Stokperd Munka shelf – perfect for quirky decor pieces and leaning frames.

⇑  Here we have the woven Bakuba throw from Mungo. Made from pure cotton grown in Swaziland and designed, woven and made in South Africa! Such a necessity for the winter months coming up and a perfect addition to your bed!

⇑ Wall ladder from Simply Home featured here with Bukuba throw from Mungo. Simply Home clock, plant stand and Belly Basket pull everything together so nicely and give a good contrast to the other wood. The Skinny La Minx soft pot and the Nguni Horn Wall Hook made from Ash timber from DESIGN STORE also add the perfect touch and the gorgeous vintage grey rug from Rugs Original is the perfect compliment to the dark feature wall.

      
⇑ Such a beautiful way to incorporate greenery into a space. Featured here : terrariums from Glass Gardens. Centre : Plant stand from Simply Home.

⇑ Featured : Morrison Server with Sliding Doors from Eco Furniture Design, Vintage rug from Rugs Original, Sheepskin from Nordic Baba, Straight Up Lamp from Klooftique, Nguni Horn Wall Hook made from Ash timber from DESIGN STORE and plant stand, cactus holder, birchwood clock and belly basket from Simply Home. All plants, succulents and flowers were arranged by Angie from The Rose Cafe.

         

⇓ So many ways to style this server, whether in a bedroom or living space. Our one has found a perfect home for itself against our feature wall.

 

So, what do you guys think? Is this something you would love to see in your own bedroom? Next Monday  is the  big day of our makeover collaboration launch so be sure to keep an eye out for it! A Makeover to the value of R22.500!! I think it’s safe to say, you all want in!

Let me know your thoughts in the comments! GOOD LUCK for the big COMPETITION!!! xxx

 

 

 

 

 

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