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12 September, 2010

My Parisian Bedroom Reveal...Before and After!

IMG_3132If you have been following along for the last few weeks, you know I have been working on my master bedroom redo. I wanted a softer, more elegant feel with a little Parisian touch. And it’s finally finished…for now!


page3 I have been adding lots of little details, including old Victorian silver plate finds, shabby Parisian-style candlesticks and  two fabulously frenchy flea market chairs that got a revamp!


IMG_3143 This week I have been concentrating on bedding. My goal was to add pillows to match the toile drapes…and…to finish them with piping! I spent very little money on this part of my project. The down inserts came from Goodwill at about $3.00 each and the pillows are made from remnants of the drapes.


page2Adding piping is not as difficult as I thought and I have to say that I am really surprised! All these years, I have been avoiding making it because I thought it was hard…but it’s not! The secret is to use the zipper foot the whole time. Of course, a good fabric to use with toile is ticking…and I have worlds of that on hand, as you will see.


IMG_3087 Here is Kitty posing as a throw pillow! She's doing a fabulous job, isn't she? lol But while we are here, let me show you my Battenberg lace shams. I found them at a thrift shop for only $6.00 for the pair! I had almost decided to purchase some online at $40 on sale when I found these! Whew! Also, notice the delicate pink  toile design on the quilt.


IMG_3112I love it, especially since I didn’t have to buy a new one! This is the reverse side of my old quilt! Isn’t it so much more frenchy?


IMG_3100 And do you see what I have hanging over my bed…plates, of course! I also have them over my antique plantation desk in red transferware, but I wanted something more subtle here, so I chose creamy white. Most of them are vintage Wedgwood, but take a look at the one in the center.


page4 It came from Goodwill and, since it was senior day, I only paid just over $2.00! There was only one problem…it was white, not cream. Sooo…I sprayed it with Krylon satin in ivory and a final coat with Krylon clear glaze. Now it matches the rest of the plates!


page The little architectural feature over the windows also got a coat of white.  Now it looks so fresh and clean! I shabbied it just a very little bit to age it. I am not much of a cherub person, but I like the interest it adds to the window.


IMG_3136 Did you notice the matelasse coverlet at the end of the bed? It also came from Goodwill for just $7.00! But I still think my favorite find is my frenchy lamp on the bedside table.

Across the room on the tall chest, a vignette is in the works. This is where I have decided to embrace the gold of my frenchy lamp’s baby brother. I am adding heavy gold frames, books wrapped in toile paper and tied with jute twine, a red transferware platter, my frenchy candlesticks and a clock.


IMG_3153 Isabella says…Don’t forget! You promised to show before and after photos! Oh, yes…she’s right! I did! Sooo…here they are…


IMG_1793 Here it is before. I built the room around the antique quilt you see at the foot of the bed. It was made by my great-grandmother when she was 16 years old. I love it! Only one problem…you can’t leave a 150 year old quilt out with my staff around! And, although I love my Louis Philippe sleigh bed, it is very dark and can be almost masculine.


IMG_3100 Here’s the after! I have raised the drapery panels to 12 inches above the window and added lots of lighter fabrics and touches of white. I may change the mirror over the desk to a frenchier one also in white. What do you think?


IMG_1780 Here’s the before from another angle. There is simply nothing frenchy about this room! It never felt like me! The old  framed botanicals were my grandmother's and I love them, but they are just too dark. Take a good look at those drapes. Have you seen them before?


IMG_3143 They are the piping on my ticking and toile pillows! I have lots of it left, so don’t stand here too long! I may add piping to whatever you are wearing! It’s my new thing! lol


IMG_3132 And here’s one final look at the after. I just think the whole room has a much more feminine look. I call it Parisian because it feels like I am in a little apartment on Ile Saint Louis, smack dab in the middle of Paris! However, I will be shocked if I decide to walk to the boulangerie to buy  a baguette! lol Oh well…I can pretend, can’t I?

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you enjoyed a little peek at my finds!  Please visit these wonderful bloggers and their beautiful blogs to see what they are up to and to find a list of this week’s participants!
Susan at Between Naps on the Porch for Metamorphosis Monday
Rhoda at Southern Hospitality for Today’s Thrifty Treasures
Marty at A Stroll Thru Life for Tabletop Tuesday
Linda at Coastal Charm for Nifty Thrifty Tuesday
Kathleen at Faded Charm for White Wednesday
Gina at The Shabby Chic Cottage for Transformation Thursday
Cindy at My Romantic Home for Show and Tell Friday
Artie at Color Outside the Lines for Vignette Fridays
Laurie at Bargain Hunting and Chatting with Laurie for A Few of My Favorite Things Saturday
See you next time! A la prochaine!

107 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful! I'm amazed at the bargains you found along the way. The After is just lovely.

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  2. It is dreamy!! The colors and the detail are so beautiful and I love the plate redo!

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  3. Deb it's gorgeous! You did such a beautiful job in this room. I always loved the old decor, but this really takes it up to a whole new level. The drapes are beautiful, and I love the pillows you made. It looks so much lighter and so fresh. Just fabulous, I bet you never want to leave the room! Hugs, Kat

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  4. Lovely! Your pillows turned out fabulous!

    Jeanine

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  5. Your re-do is gorgeous! I love the colors your chose. The curtains and pillows are the perfect touch. I love your old quilt too...very special. That was a great idea with painting the plate to match too. Everything turned out so beautiful.

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  6. A great redo.. You did a fantastic job, and what bargins you found.. That is what makes our projects so much fun..finding those great deals.

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  7. Debbie, it is so much lighter and brighter. Love the new pillows you made and how great that the other side of your quilt is toile. Love it.

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  8. Hi Debbie, This is absolutely gorgeous! I love the paint colors, drapes, pillows...everything. Very calm and so French. Perfection!
    Hugs, Sherry

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  9. you did such a great job...I love it...and good prices to boot...

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  10. Hi Debbie...

    Ohhh my goodness...the only thing that stayed the same in your bedroom was the wall color! Girlfriend, I love, love, LOVE IT!!! Wow...I really did like the "before" but you are absolutely right...your makeover feels more feminine and frenchy...much softer! I just adore your toile drapes, Debbie! Wow...taking that drapery rod up 12ins. really makes a difference! It just gives more height and an ambiance of grandeur to your beautiful room! Love the ornate pieces above the windows...soooo pretty and soooo french! Girlfriend, you did GOOD on your bed pillows...gorgeous! And...one of my favorite things about your new look is all the bed linens...love the soft pink toile quilt! I think the creamy white plates above the bed look so dreamy! Well my friend, I could just go on and on...I love each and every detail! You certainly accomplished your design goal...your beautiful new bedroom DOES look very Paris Apartment!!! Thank you so much for sharing it with us...this really was such a treat!!!

    Warmest wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

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  11. GORGEOUS! You did a wonderful job on this remake of your master bedroom. I LOVE IT! La

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  12. I love everything! You are soooh talented! The pillow piping matches the reverse side of the quilt perfectly. The clever use of the architectural feature gives me an idea for raising my window treatments. And very surprised on the plate! Wow! You are a genius! Truly a beautiful room. Very inspiring. Kitty did a wonderful job too! :) Thank you for sharing!~Ames

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  13. Deb this turned out amazing and I love the way you did it on such a good budget, you are a Thrifting machine!!It is one thing to find a treasure but you find them and then apply them to the perfect spot in your home. The pillows turned out great, they look professional. I like the dark frame it balances the desk and the bed, I would leave it!! Baby kitty likes that room too, I can tell, Love it, Kudos to YOU!! Hugs Kathysue

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  14. Your room is AMAZING!! Just beautiful! WOW!

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  15. Debbie, your room is simply beautiful, I really like the green with the pink...especially the toile drapes. You did a great makeover.
    My favorite...your Kitty and Isabella, of course!

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  16. Deb I love the changes you did. It is so soft and sweet and love the colors. You know you did good when you've got the kitties posing as the throw pillows ;)

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  17. Your Blog: What a happy find! I'm a new follower. We have lots of les choses francaises en comune: met my husband 39 years ago this month in my first French class; traveled in France twice; dream of renting a home in Provence one day. LOVE your French decor esthetic, esp. the Dinner in Provence tablescape! (Je m'excuse pour les spelling/punctuation errors in my rusty French!!)

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  18. Oh darn I think I just lost my last comment! Oh well I can just tell you again how much I like your room!! I love the piping on the pillows and the fabric itself is gorgeous!! You room was so pretty to begin with but I agree that this is just WOW swoon worthy!!

    Great idea to spray paint that plate too!

    bee blessed
    mary

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  19. Beautiful! I love the changes. So much lighter and very sweet French touches. I am so glad your 'staff' helps!

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  20. I'm glad Isabella reminded you to post the before pictures! It is quite a different look. Both the before and after are beautiful. Congratulations on creating a beautiful bedroom that is more "you". I love the pillows you made- they will be very fun at christmas time too.

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  21. Debbie, your room is just stunning. I love everything. Your quilt is fabulous. How wonderful that it is an heirloom and reversible. I relaly like your new drapes and your pillows turned out stunning. See piping isn't hard at all. All of your accessories are so pretty, and they are displayed perfectly. Just gorgeous. Thanks for linking to TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  22. Love, love, love your 'new' bedroom, Debbie. The toile quilt is just fabulous and I love the pillows you made! I also like how you hung the drapes higher than the window...it does make the room look larger...I'm going to try this.

    Your plates look wonderful! Nicely done. So VERY Frenchy!! :-)

    xoxo
    Jane

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  23. What a difference it made to hang the curtains higher. The whole room is lovely!! Hope that quilt remains in a special place, as it is a treasure. Sally

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  24. Gorgeous room, beautiful changes, love the new pillows!!!

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  25. Oh Debbie...your frenchy space is just beautiful! All of your new additions are perfect! The pillows you made are gorgeous! I love the cording...the perfect compliment to the toile! Love love love!

    Happy Sunday!
    Cathy

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  26. Debbie, your room turned out beautifully! It is so serene and inviting!

    Donna

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  27. Super job and looks oh so comfortable. You have talent!

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  28. I am in love with the new look altho I liked the room before too! I've got my eye on that ticking bedspread :)

    You are so talented Debbie, just fyi!

    Have a wonderful Sunday. Isn't your special day coming up soon?

    ~Bonnie

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  29. Debbie, Mama Mia! C'est formidable! I loved it before, but I double-love,aimer la chambre maintenant. Elle est si jolie que je parle en français and in English à la fois! Everything has come together just beautifully and purposefully...as if everything were purchased for each exact spot. Mais, je sais que tu as trouvé des objets et fait un peu de magique - à la Debbie - et voilà - la chambre parisienne parfaite! Bravo! Linda

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  30. Oh, Debbie, your bedroom turned out so gorgeous! I love everything you've done! It's the most beautiful I've ever seen! Love your linens and you did a great job on your pillows. Kitty loves it too! :)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  31. It looks beautiful. Of course I love the before too. But what a difference in the after. Love them both.

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  32. Wow Debbie!
    It's an amazing transformation done with your creative eye and great bargain hunting skills!
    I love the bedding and the plates and the new pillows!
    You are clever,clever, clever girl!
    And you have the best GW in the Country!
    Hugs,
    Cindy

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  33. What a beautiful room! You did a great job :)

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  34. Beautiful. I am a plate addict too!

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  35. Although I like the before pics too, I love the changes, Debbie. I like that shade of green and the toile fabric. Good job on the pillows! And I did not know you can paint china. I just learned something new....Christine

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  36. The room is great! The colors are amazing and the deals make it even better! The pillows are so pretty and I am impressed with your piping. I can't seem to get mine to work.

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  37. Truly stunning......love every detail and you didn't miss any!

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  38. Oh what a wonderful make-over. It was nice before -- but now....it's positively stunning! You've made a beautiful santuary.

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  39. Debbie, This looks like a Frenchy room to me. So chic, so warm, just so.... French! The toile bed cover is lovely and I do love the drapery fabric. I wouldn't want to leave this room.
    hugs, Sue

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  40. Your bedroom is gorgeous!! I absolutely love it.

    Stop by my blog if you get a chance. I have my first-ever give away that is near and dear to my heart. :)

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  41. What a beautiful transformation! I love the bedding and curtains. Oh, and that desk...stunning!

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  42. Hi Debbie,
    What a super, fantastic transformation!!! I love it so much.
    Also, love the music that you have playing!!
    Have a great week and enjoy that new bedroom!
    Fondly,
    Ann
    @
    The Tattered Tassel

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  43. Looks great. Love the toile, toppers, desk, chairs and the old quilt. I think I'd look for a white mirror...we all need something for which to shop! :)

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  44. What a beautiful room. I love the wall color and the combination of the fabrics. Very nicely done! I know you must be enjoying it! Here from "Between Naps".

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  45. All of the above AND I'm a new follower!

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  46. BEAUTIFUL!!! The green and pink fabric is great! I hope you can stop by my blog for my Show Off Sunday Party. I would love to share your bedroom with my followers.

    http://houseofthriftydecor.blogspot.com/

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  47. Debbie, this is such a wonderful space. I think you did a terrific job on every detail. Love the soft colors and your touches of Victorian silver. You should be extremely proud of this room. It's fabulous! ~ Sarah

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  48. What a great project this has been to follow. You've brought it all together with such ease and charm. It's a beautiful and peaceful looking room. I imagine you feel very relaxed there. I particularly like the kitty accessories - they add a certain je ne sais quoi!

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  49. Your transformation looks perfect. I'm overwhelmed by the change with what you worked with. Your finds at GW were excellent. I'm a GW hunter too and SA's senior day is one of my favorites. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful room.

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  50. I love the changes to your room. I did our room over but have not done the finishing touches that will make it complete. You have inspired me. I am subscribing to your posts through my email so that I will be reminded to come back to visit. I love shopping at Goodwill too, blogging and a sister who is a good GW shopper have inspired me to do more of it.

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  51. Your bedroom looks sooo beautiful!

    S
    xo

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  52. Beautiful! You did a fantastic job, your room is gorgeous!

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  53. Thanks to my husband's work, we lived in Paris last year (sigh). Now that we're back home, I'm making some changes to our decor and I LOVE your French touches. Just beautiful! You are very talented and I especially like the idea of hanging the curtains higher--for great ideas--merci!

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  54. Now that's my kind of decorating!

    Besides the use of toile (which you know I LOVE). I love that you found so many things at Goodwill!

    It's all come together so beautifuly! Love the color scheme it looks fresh yet restful and all the little touches you addes. What a great makeover!

    Manuela

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  55. I love the transformation! So pretty!

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  56. Debbie, Debbie, Debbie!! LOVE THIS!!! Oh.My.Gosh!! I don't know where to begin. Love the bedding!! LOVE THE BEDDING! Love the plates! Love those cherubs! Those Chairs! And you KNOW i'm lovin' the cats!!

    I have the WORST Goodwill and Salvation Army in the HISTORY of GW and SA! The WORST! GREAT finds! LOVE THE LAMP!


    AWESOME!

    Lou Cinda :)

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  57. Wow, great job on the piping. See if you machine has a piping foot available and it's even easier still. I love the end result of your room, it's so beautiful.

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  58. Your room looks fabulous!!! I also like seeing how hard your staff members work!;) My staff members work just as hard as well!:) The one enjoys helping fold laundry...or unfold I should say. Beautiful redo!

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  59. Debbie, your room is just beautiful! I love your new bed pillows, and the green in the room matches Isabella's eyes! Gotta love that-enjoy:@)

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  60. Hi Debbie! I loved your bedroom before but it's even more beautiful now! The toile drapes are fabu! And girl you are a bargain shopper supreme! I'd love to go shopping with ya sometime *winks* Vanna

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  61. Debbie,
    What a transformation! I even had to do a retake to make sure you hadn't changed the paint color! Thank you for sharing this uplifting post for a bedroom make over!
    Fondly,
    Pat
    P.S. Maurice and your Kitty could almost be twins! Ha!

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  62. Fantabulous! Did you notice that Kitty-Kat's eyes match the room?

    Scribbler

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  63. Your bedroom looks wonderful, Debbie! I just love the toile fabric you used in here! I also love the chair cover you did for the chair by your desk ~ nicely done. I hope you are enjoying the fruits of your labor!

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  64. You have done a wonderful job! The new room is MATURE in it's decorative details. Must be so much fun to walk in and let the lovely and romantic French atmosphere take you away!

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  65. That sweet Isabella! She is so right on top of everything! :) I love your re-do! It turned out great! :)

    ~Liz

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  66. I love it! I love the colour green so it just calls out to me. Isabella only makes the room that much more beautiful. Lovely redo. Hugs, Deb =^..^=x5

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  67. You did a fabulous job as usual...and I love how not only do you find the best bargains at the world's only Goodwill that actually sells good stuff but you got the senior discount..the height of the new draperies really adds such a custom look to the room...the throw pillows came great for your first try at piping and I like the dark mirror over the desk...I would leave it dark...

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  68. Wow. Your fabric choices are beautiful. Great job.

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  69. I collect plates too! Love your room, looks fabulous!

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  70. Love your room and all the bargains you found along the way. The center plate you spray painted was a clever fix.

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  71. Your bedroom is gorgeous! I love it all.You did a great job on the pillows. I have always been afraid to try piping...Kitty seems pleased too.
    Annette

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  72. So beautiful! I love making pillows with piping! They are alot easier then I had originally thought too! You did a great job on yours. I love all the attention to detail you put into everything. It shows like a magazine! Gorgeous!

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  73. What a haven!! I dubbed my master my Paris Hotel Suite!

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  74. Swoon...looks great! ...and the kitties approve :)

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  75. Beautiful room! Stop by my blog sometime... I'm having a giveaway, and the pillowcases look like they are the perfect colors for your room.

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  76. love it all!! I'm glad I got to see the finished project.

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  77. BRAVO, Debbie!!! The transformation is incredible & sooooo frou-frou Frenchy now. I ♥ it!!
    Marvelous job on the sewing projects & I SWEAR you find the bestest bargains in all of blogland. :-) Well done!!!

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  78. Wow!! I LOVE it!!! Gorgeous details, love the colors and the bedding! So beautiful! Great job! Coming over from Met Monday~ nice to meet you! :)

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  79. What a beautiful result! your room is so lovely!

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  80. Hey - just got your blog adddress (I lost it the first time) -we are fellow Atlanta bloggers and I think we even met twice at lunch.

    Just stopped by to say hello. Love the French singing/music.

    Your blog is very beautiful. I am just getting into thrifting - I'm going again tomorrow!

    Sandie

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  81. The room looks fabulous. Everything works so well together and, of course, I adore the color. Jane F.

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  82. Debbie, I just LOVE it, as you know I have a pink/green bedroom also. Yours is absolutely beautiful and makes me want to do something to mine. My favorite thing is all of the white you added, it really lightens it up. The before and after photos really help show that!

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  83. Hi Debbie! What a wonderful transformation! The room looks like you breathed fresh air into it. So much more welcoming and updated! I bet you expect to see the Eiffel Tower out your windows when you're in there, don't you? lol! Beautiful job!!!! Happy WW!

    xoxo laurie@heavens-walk

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  84. Wow, you did such a nice job. It's all so pretty.

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  85. Hi Debbie,

    I love that pink toile coverlet! Oh, so beautiful. You really did a grand job on this transformation. It's really beautiful.

    I'm visiting for White Wednesday. I'd love for you to come over to visit with me.

    Have a wonderful day,
    Stephanie ♥

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  86. Beautiful, love how you rehung the curtains higher. Your 'staff' members are beautiful too. Sue

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  87. Hi Debbie! :) I always love your style of decorating so much. Everything looks picture perfect. Oh, how I love your "throw pillow" LOL! Too cute and looks so familiar at my house.
    I have been such a bad blogger friend. Nice to stop by and see you for a visit!
    Donna

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  88. Your room is fanatastic. Who know you could spray paint a plate?
    ~Kimberlee
    www.TheSpunkyDiva.blogspot.com

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  89. Your room looked very nice before also, but this transformation looks oh la la soooo parisian. Good job, love all the soft colors, so relaxing. Thanks for sharing.
    Jeanette

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  90. What an inviting room-love your kitty!

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  91. Just beautiful, I looove the greens and pinks! Your piping is fabulous!!! Thanks so much for sharing your reveal with us! Debbie @ Cottage Hann~Me~Downs

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  92. Really beautiful update, love the toile fabric and the plate arrangements!!
    Linda

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  93. I love your bedroom. I have a colour paint very simialr to that which I bought for my bedroom several years ago but I haven't been game enough to use it. I thought it might be too green, but after seeing yours I think I'll go for it.

    Although my style is more vintage, I love what you've done and find it very soothing.

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  94. this looks great! it's definitely a younger look than before, which i enjoy much more. sounds like you do, too. great idea to hang that decorative piece above the window.

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  95. I love toile and you did a great job. It is all beautiful.

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  96. So very pretty. I could move right in! Cording. . .I've been avoiding it too. Guess I'll have to give it a try.
    ~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

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  97. Debbie,
    Everything is beautiful. You left no detail undone. I am so motivated now to get my master bedroom finished, just hope it last. I am good at woking on it for awhile, then getting distracted to another project hiding somewhare in the house. Thanks for showing all your creativity, and motivating me to get started agin.
    Sandy

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  98. Oh Debbie, it is perfect! Of course, you know how much I love the toile! The piping around the pillows looks fab. The whole room does look like a beautiful bedroom in a Paris flat. (I would never have thought to spray paint a plate!) I think you put a wish in at Goodwill, and then they go out and find whatever you're wanting and mark it really low! Amazing how many bargains fill this beautiful room. Great pix of you babies too. Thank you for linking to Favorite Things. laurie

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  99. Lovely, and I can see your cat likes your new room as well!

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  100. Hello- Just found your blog through Transformation Thursday! Your bedroom is lovely. The fabric and wall color is just beautiful.

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  101. Just love this makeover! I am just so amazed at how you can spray paint an item and it looks so different! Love the cherubs! You did a fantastic job! I came back to see if you finished the room....Thank you for sharing.

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  102. 104 comments! Guess you didn't miss mine! lol
    It looks great! I am so glad you said the piping wasn't too bad. My sewing friends have been trying to teach me for years. I even bought the cording...it's the cutting on the boas thing I am afraid of! You have inspired me to give it a shot!
    What talent you have, Debbie!

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  103. Your guests are soooo lucky -- this is amazing!

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  104. I absolutely love, love, love your bedroom, especially the toile fabric in the curtains and pillows. Did you make the curtains too? I need new curtains from my room and a toile would be perfect. I've been working on my room and office area since 2010. I've health and clutter issues to deal with. Right now I have a light blue coverlet/quilt but thinking of getting a soft sage green one.

    This is the style/mood board I created a few years ago:http://katspurrfectboutique.blogspot.com/2011/09/master-bedroom-good-mood-board.html

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Thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to comment! I appreciate my wonderful readers!... Debbie