One Room Challenge – Week Four

I’m so excited to have you back for week four of the One Room Challenge, friends!  If however you are new here, you can get caught up below with weeks 1-3 to bring you up to date…

Week 1Week 2Week 3

Before I get started I want to mention my sponsors again that have made this project possible.  I’m so grateful to be able to partner with some of my favorite brands for this challenge and am super excited about the products of theirs that I am able to share with you during this six week challenge.

McGee & Co

Tonic Living

Saatva Mattress


Boll & Branch


What happened this past week…

So let’s first talk about the things that didn’t go as planned (again this week:).  I LOVE this hardware so much and even though the measurements on the retailers website said it should have worked, it didn’t.  The holes in my dresser were off by about a 16th of an inch on both sides but the good news is that I now know I love it and will plan to use it somewhere in my new home once we get to that stage.  This photo doesn’t do this hardware justice, I promise!

Antropologie lusso hardware

The rug thankfully DID go as planned and I couldn’t be more excited about it.  I had forgotten how insanely soft it is and now I’m just worried I’ll want to be sleeping on the floor rather than in my new comfy bed:).  If you didn’t catch how amazing our new Saatva mattress is yet – you can do that here in my week 3 ORC post.

One Room Challenge - Week 4, Istanbul Rug fro Anthropologie

Here is a close up below.  The background is cream (but with no yellow undertone) and the accent colors are a coraly/blush, blue/gray and charcoal.  It’s subtle but yet provides enough color to add a pop in the room.

Istanbul Rug - Anthropologie - one room challenge week 4 ORC

Next up is the bed.  It finally arrived and my wonderful husband put it together – seriously couldn’t do all that I do around here without him and I’m so thankful for that (love you, babe!)!  As we celebrate 20 years of marriage this week I appreciate more and more all of the things he does for me around here and couldn’t love and appreciate him more than I do right now (although I’m pretty sure I’ll love him even more tomorrow:)!  P.S.  I’m completely in love with the bed!!!

Andes upholstered bed while being put together - slats/support shown

The support on this bed is amazing.  Putting the bed together was one of those moments where you’re thankful for the quality of the piece but are wishing you had paid extra for white glove delivery, lol!

slats on andes west elm bed

And can we talk about those sexy legs for just a moment (you can also see the coloring better here in the rug)…

brass legs on the west elm andes bed

And then this cute navy braided, jute pouf arrived.  Couldn’t get over the quality for the price (it comes in 4 colors)!  It’s probably going to sit in front of the chair in the corner and, I have one more on the way in a natural color (this one) that will sit at the foot of the bed.

blue just pouf - one room challenge, week 4 ZDesign At Home

Some of the art also arrived from McGee & Co.  I love the beautiful gold frames and the botanicals (one & two) are so pretty and unique in navy.  I can’t wait to share them in the big reveal (on the wall no doubt) hung on what has been a big bare wall ever since we’ve been here!

Next up is one of the most exciting transformations in the room!  Again so thankful for my hubby because while I was out of town last weekend at a conference (translation – girl blogger trip!) he was wonderful to spray the round gold mirror for me in a matte black chalk spray paint (working on getting that color for you as we speak).

One room challenge - week 4 - round black mirror, large

You might be wondering why on earth I would spray it black but I’ve had it for a while now and thought it would be fun to change it up for the challenge and I’m absolutely loving the black!  I also grabbed a few new accessories over the weekend (you know I’m a sucker for a pretty new vase:).  My favorite thing about this view now is that you can see a pretty new chandy in the reflection rather than an ugly fan!

one room challenge - round black mirror

Lighting is also a weakness of mine and since I’ve had my eye on this lamp for quite some time it came home with me also (but it really does have a functional purpose I promise).  What I loved about it is that the wood tones on the lamp pick up on the oversized nightstands across the room helping to bring these two spaces together.  Also really LOVE this marbleized candle – so pretty and such a great accessory for the space!

mid-mod table lamp - one room challenge (orc) - week 4

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The dresser side of the room is pretty set (except for some tweaking) and now I’m just waiting on the following to happen…

  1. Chair should arrive any day now
  2. Same for chair pillow
  3. Jute end of bed pouf is on order
  4. White linen drapes from Tonic Living are also on order and being made as we speak
  5. Waiting on my two duvet options (here & here) to arrive – they have already shipped
  6. I’ve ordered a linear gold wall mirror that will hang on the wall on the outside of the closet (I hope) for outfit checking once dressed

Thanks for stopping by for week four of the One Room Challenge and don’t forget to check out the other participating members on the ORC link-up page HERE.  I look forward to seeing you next week for week 5 – we are getting super close now!!

One Room Challenge

A big thank you again to these wonderful sponsors…

McGee & Co Logo

Tonic Living Logo

Saatva logo

Wayfair logo

Boll & Branch Logo


UPDATE:  You can now visit week five of this project HERE & week six/the reveal of this project HERE.

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    1. Isn’t it fabulous!!! thank you for stopping in Jen…means so much to me!! xoxo

  1. That Tilda chandelier is everything! I absolutely love it. I’m having dual lighting installed over my dining table. I’m really wanting 2 of those, just so pricey!! ?

    1. Hi Angela, It can definitely be considered an investment piece but it’s so well worth it. I plan to (possibly) use two of them over my island in the new house. Thanks for popping in to visit my ORC week 4!!

  2. Bree!! It is looking absolutely amazing so far and I cannot wait to see it all finished! That rug is stunning! I love everything you do and have no doubt this will be incredible when you’re done! Just fabulous! xox

    1. Tam, thank you so much for stopping by!! I can’t wait to see it wrap up soon and then we can just enjoy it!!! Love you, girly! xoxo

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