Monday, November 22, 2010

Master Bedroom--Filling a Blank Wall

Slowly but surely, I'm making my way through our whole house, decorating and taking no prisoners.  There was a large wall space in our bedroom that was blank, and I didn't have tons of money to buy/make something huge to fill it.  So this is what I came up with...

This is how it looked before. Definitely needs a little something.

Three small items combined.  The grapevine wreath on the burlap ribbon was "made" by me; I hot glued the flower embellishments onto it.  The small pitcher in the middle is an extra creamer pitcher I received for our wedding with some sale flowers from Hobby Lobby, and the grapevine ball on white ribbon was "made" by me as well; I wove in the green vine and white flowers.

The cascading placement gives it a little interest, I think.

(I also added a topiary I made awhile back to the nightstand.)

The cost broke down as follows: $3.99 for the grapevine wreath, $12.99 for the white shelf, and $2.99 for the grapevine ball (I already had everything else).  About $20 for the whole get-up.  To fill a larger space...worth it!


  1. Girl, one day when you have a bigger budget for home decorating, you aren't going to want to spend it because your craftiness is as good as anything you can find at a home store. You're awesome!

  2. So cute. I love that you used 3 different things to make such a pretty statement on the large wall.

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  3. Our master bedroom is sorely lacking in decor. i've looked at this blog post before and thought, "i really need to do that" but then i remember how broke we are currently... lol! i was just looking at it again and showing my husband, and he reminded me we have a $30 target gift card we received for our wedding that we still haven't used! guess where i'm going first thing in the morning... haha! yay!!


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