Master Peace Bedroom-One Room Challenge Fall 2018-Week 3
Welcome to week 3! Have to admit I am a bit stressed out I didn’t get to do all I wanted but have encountered a few difficulties with the 3D panel mentioned in the previous post.
As you can see, the panel is beautiful. At first when I saw it I was hesitant to paint it green, but in the end decided to go with it. I think it will add much more movement to the wall, and I hope it works because it’s taking me forever to finish.
The challenge comes when cutting the panel, since it is hollow. This created issues with the grid, especially where the window is located. It’s becoming quite difficult to achieve the original idea.
I am still trying to figure out the grid but hopefully I can show you something by the end of this week.
On the bright side, I have finally determined how to decorate the opposite wall. And in the end I am choosing to use curtains instead of blinds. I have a few reasons: first, it was better on my budget and second, the whole house has curtains and I wanted the master to belong to the house and not be a design completely different from the rest of the rooms.
I am happy with the curtains I found, feel they transmit a bit of the geometry used in Guatemalan art and textiles. I also decided to buy a desk to write, read or even put my make up on. I wanted a relaxed and informal area but still comfortable and functional. I chose the puffs because I loved the color and think mi kids will enjoy them as well.
On the walls I am hanging a mirror, pictures of my wedding, my kids and a grid of Guatemala City. I am going for black and white to balance the rest of the colors.
Wish me luck and leave your comments below. Also if you have experience with 3D panels and think of a solution, please let me know.
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