Welcome to Week 3 of the One Room Challenge. It’s been a long week but glad to be sharing my updates with you. If you are new to the blog and would like to follow along, you can check out the weekly progress in the links below.
The One Room Challenge is such an amazing opportunity to work on projects alongside many other talented designers and home decor enthusiasts. I always look forward to reading project updates each week. You can do the same by visiting the ORC blog.
This week brought on some unique challenges as I started the final phase of this project. I ran into some issues with uneven walls and had to go back to the drawing board to fix a few things. As of this post, I have installed the beams on both ends of the wall and plan to tackle the rest over the long holiday weekend.
Here is a progress shot, so happy with the way it has turned out so far and can’t wait to complete.
This project is not started yet and the plan is to get final supplies in the coming days to start once the beams are up. As with almost every DIY, you start the process and tweak as you go. I have a few changes that I am thinking through and I will be sharing below. Just for a refresher, mood board is below.
Watching the space come together has sparked my creative juices. My original plan called for just adding trim to the wall. However last week, I decided to order wallpaper samples as well. I am strongly considering this to add more interest in the space. As you probably have figured, I like a neutral palette so it will either by a variation of gray or white. I have not made a final decision but need to soon.
Another project in consideration is adding trim around the windows while I am doing the walls. This will all depend on how fast I can finish the trim on the walls.
While I am not big on letters, I really love this sign and might use it in this space. I am beginning to source accessories in earnest.
I’m looking forward to updating you on more progress next week. In the meantime, you can check out all the featured designers on the ORC Blog.
Thank you again for stopping by and see you next week.