Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Bald Head Island Makeover Part 2

I recently made over a Bald Head Island rental and was able to add pops of color and finds from The Coop to make it a space full of personality and the perfect for vacation spot. 
The  original master had a great built-in upholstered headboard, but I opted for something lighter and brighter. The walls were a shade of brown and needed a lighter airy feel. Check out the BEFORE:
It's amazing what a little paint and some new fabrics will do to a space....
A Lacefield fabric upohlstered the headboard and a pale gray quilt and accent pillows create a peaceful comfortable look. Pops of chartreuse add an unexpected element. 
The guest room also features a king bed, but it too, had darker fabrics and needed lightening up. BEFORE....
The fish fabric became the upholstered headboard and I finished it off with pops of coral and fab Greek key bedskirt from Overstock. 
The key in a rental property is to use fabrics that will wear well with washes. 
A rental wouldn't be complete without a spot to tuck the kids (or lots of them).
The bunk room sleeps four and needed a little personality.
This kid's space received new bedding. I found king duvets on One King's Lane and had them split in half to become twin size coverlets. I added Jonathan Adler pillows on each bed as an accent and cabana striped drapes from Overstock.  
 The original room was lacking headboards and I wanted something fun to ground each bed. 
 I scored reclaimed wood signs at a Carolina Beach street festival. The surf vibe adds a little whimsy without carrying too much of a theme. 

 The green lacquered side table was another CraigsList find and the clear lamp with green cord adds a cute lighting element (via Target). This space is not only has fun coastal look, but will be perfect for overflow guests or smaller ones... 

bye bye birdie...



Lindsey Suggs said...

Love those lamps in the master bedroom! And I'm always a sucker for pops of fun!

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