We are well under way with the remodel in the master bedroom. I was looking for that “something extra” above the mirror in our bedroom and I was so excited when I came across this piece of architectural salvage in our local antique mall.
For those that don’t know, I run a small booth at a local antique mall, Miss B’s Antiques. I’ve been there almost 2 years now and I love it. There’s both positives and negatives. I love having a booth and staging and selling my found treasures, but it’s highly possible I spend most of my profits there as well.
While I was at my booth this past weekend and happened to spot this little beauty in another vendors booth. I had to drop what I was doing and buy it right then. Pieces move fast at the antique mall and I’ve missed out on some awesome finds by hesitating! I also love supporting other local creatives like myself.
Here it is Paired with a Mirror
I brought it home and immediately hung it on the wall. We have cathedral ceilings in our master bedroom so I need wall decor that offers height in order to fill that space properly. It’s been a bit of a challenge since first moving in. As with any space, it just takes time and trial and error to find just the right piece.
Barn Door Slider
I hung it over an antique mirror my husband found while out junking one day. The dresser was an estate sale find as were the trophy ice buckets. I purchased the lamps came from Home Goods and the chicken feeder from a shop here in town. The books I have collected over the years and I covered them with butcher paper I found for super cheap at Home Depot and boxwood balls were a Ross Stores find.
Adding Height to the Decor
More updates and blog tutorials about the master bedroom makeover coming soon. I can’t wait to share with you my new favorite paint and how we installed the shiplap for a fraction of the cost. Here you can find the tutorial on my Barn Door and my tutorial for the loft doors.
What architectural salvage pieces do you have in your home?
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