Hello! Welcome back. Are you enjoying all the beautiful fall home tours in the blog world? I love seeing how others have decorated. It’s pure eye candy to me, especially seeing all the unique color palettes. Today I’m welcoming you back into our home for the Colorful Fall Master Bedroom Tour. This is part 3 of my fall home tour. Our colorful fall living room tour is here and the colorful fall tablescape tour is here. Come on inside.
Our foyer is a sunny spot that is accentuated by the colorful front doors I painted Benjamin Moore Yellow Hilighter. They cheer me up each morning as we descend the stairs and get ready for the day.
The mirror was purchased from Lowe’s a few years ago and I painted it white to match the rustic shabby colorful IKEA hack dresser I made. The little “hello” sign was a gift from SNAP, it’s in the Heidi Swapp line. I just spray painted it aqua on a whim one day. Then rested it on the mirror frame.
Come on upstairs, I’m excited to show you our bedroom. I bought some new bedding to freshen up the look.
Previously, our bedroom had a light aqua and lavender color palette, but I wanted to change it slightly for fall.
Aqua, yellow and coral colors make up the new color palette. It’s definitely punchier.
I pulled out a vanilla candle from World Market and put some fresh flowers by the bedside.
I need to take one minute to give some feedback on our DIY mattress. It’s been 2 ½ years since we put it together, and it is still a dream to sleep on. If you haven’t heard of the benefits of sleeping on a DIY latex mattress (and why I chose to work with Savvy Rest), you need to read this.
Who can resist morning coffee in bed?
Believe it or not, our roses are still blooming. I clipped this one and two more are budding.
I recognize that an air purifier isn’t exactly pretty, but if it helps me sleep better — that’s a beautiful thing! Febreze sent the air purifier to me to test out. I didn’t like the scent cartridge it comes with, so I left it out. But, the purifier helps keep airborne allergens lower in our bedroom. As a bonus, it adds the perfect amount of white noise to help drown out snorers. 😉
Love the look in our bedroom? Several of the items are DIY projects, like the button pendant light. I built our farmhouse bed. And I painted a knotty pine dresser. But, here’s how you can get the look if you don’t want to DIY:
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Farmhouse Bed | Blue Dresser | Teal Quilt & Shams | Vanilla Candle | Embroidered Pillow | Orange Pillow | Vanity and Stool | Ikat Rug | Bedside Lamp | Faux Flower Bouquet | Wood Embossed Tray | Jewelry Box | White Frames | Air Purifier | DIY Latex Mattress
Thanks for coming over today. I have one more spot to show you in our home. The kitchen tour is up on Monday.
See you then, I’ll have the coffee flowing.
Catch up on the rest of my fall home tour:
You can also go back in time and see my 2015 Fall Home Tour.
Disclosure: This posts contains some affiliate links. I earn a small percentage from a purchase using these links. There is no additional cost to you. You can read more about affiliate links here.) I approached Savvy Rest a few years ago and was provided with a complimentary latex mattress in exchange for my time and a sponsored post. You can read more about why I approached Savvy Rest here.