This neutral farmhouse bedroom design adds plenty of texture, wood tones, and rich neutral colors.
If you’ve been following along on Instagram, you may have been watching my stories and seeing that our bedroom is getting a (not so little) makeover.
I got honest, and shared that while we painted our whole bedroom “sea salt” 2 years ago, I never liked it.
I was expecting to get all of the Sea Salt lovers commenting, but I was surprised to hear that there were a lot of other people who felt just like I did! Apparently Sea Salt just doesn’t read well in everyone’s houses.
Our new bedroom direction: neutral farmhouse bedroom with rich tones & textures. I’ve finally figured out this is “my style”. I am loving spaces with visual textural interest, and I’ll always be drawn to neutral colors.
This makeover is moving along quickly! I painted the walls and touched up all of the trim this weekend. Can someone please tell me that I’m not the only one with unpainted spaces in my home? Because we’ve totally lived with our door like this for more than 2 years – ahh!
I can’t wait to get that last wall planked – I’ve partnered with Stikwood again and I’m so excited to use their new “Hamptons” product on the wall behind our bed. (see where else we used Stikwood in our house here)
And here’s our vision board for our farmhouse bedroom design:
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I’ve been getting a LOT of colors about the paint color, so here it is. I got this paint mixed a Lowe’s.