master make-over {at the farm}

Today, let's walk through the master bedroom of this three bedroom, two bath farmhouse. If you missed our first posts about the farm, you can check them out by scrolling through our other posts. Don't you love the bead board ceilings? 

The owner's grandparents four-poster pine bed was painted with chalk paint to coordinate with the home's softer palette. A custom ivory burlap bedskirt was matched with an ivory quilt and bright embroidered Euro shams to carry the house color scheme of orange and blue through the master. 

Our designer Cathy chose a lumbar pillow made of antique tea towels and linen throw pillows from Marshall's Homegoods to add her signature touch of  a little custom, a little bargain, a lot fabulous. 

Iron scroll lamps fit perfectly with the antique iron piece from Heights Antiques on Yale. 

A wicker sidetable from Houston's Kuhl Linscomb is matched with a wicker side chair that belonged to the owner's grandmother. Sentimental items complete the vignette, such as an antique plate from the World's Fair held in San Antonio and a picture of the owner's grandparents, 

Artwork by noted Houston artist (and friend of the owner) Crystal Owens hangs above a vintage bench. Our designer, Cathy, also incorporated vintage plates and Robinson Crusoe books throughout the room. The roman shades were custom made for this farmhouse. 

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A large landscape painting hangs across from the bed. Another Crystal Owens original hangs above the Lord’s prayer on an opposite wall. 

Thanks for touring with us!