FINAL REVEAL: One Room Challenge Linking Participant



I am finally done! After 6 weeks of blood sweat and tears here is my final reveal!

 I am a Linking Participant on the ONE ROOM CHALLENGE founded by the amazing  Linda with Calling it Home Blog! Thank you Linda for doing this! I have had a BLAST!!! If you all are reading this for the first time you can catch up here on my original post week 1. I have been in the middle of giving my master bedroom a major facelift with major nips and tucks. After a lots of wine and bitching... plus loosing both my design assistants and numerous photo shoots and major interior installs... I AM DONE!!  I would like to give BIG SHOUT OUT TO THIBAUT FABRICS! All my drapery, bedding and ming chair blue Greek key fabrics are from Thibaut Fabrics.




BEFORE PHOTOS ... #whatwasIthinking... #embarssed

Here is the skinny on my updates.. 

1. New stain color on my existing hardwood floors

2. New walls - new color and texture needed

3. New color scheme - much needed

4. New furniture

5. New drapes

6. New overall look and feel

7. New fabrics 

8. New Bedding

9. New accessories

10. New artwork



New Rug,  new Sea Grass wallpaper, new overall look... our goal was "Preppy Palm Beach"


More after photos: The large artwork is an original oil painting by Kent Knowles. We Love his work and have 4 of his original pieces.



Sitting Area: I put in a vintage faux bamboo daybed as my sofa ( from my design pal Jill Brown), a vintage elephant fiberglass side table, 2 vintage pagoda style wall sconces, and a pair of vintage faux bamboo side tables I pulled together as a cocktail table. New upholstery on sofa in navy linen with contrast green welting.


These details in my sitting area are collected grouping: My pair of vintage lanterns, the Lane Furniture vintage faux bamboo side tables I am using as a pair for a cocktail table - I lacquered them green. I have had this vintage Fitz & Floyd chinoiserie dragon for years.




These are some detail photos of my desk area in the back. My vintage campaign desk #2. I decided against the first one and went with this style. This is a close up of my vintage faux bamboo arm chair with rattan seat and Dana Gibson Pillow. My vintage desk lamp the faux bamboo ginger jar is a gift from my BFF Paige Minear from The Pink Clutch Blog



Over My Bed I used Design Legacy's Lucite Wall Brackets to keep it fresh..



This is a close up of my vintage Blanc de chines figures I had made into bedside lamps, a close up of my art -a pair of blue and white vases from Mitchell Black suspended in Lucite, and front view of my Ming chairs with Thibaut Fabric - vintage frames from Shop Chairish.


More details of my master bedroom suite:


I have had a blast doing this! It has gotten me the master suite I have always wanted here at our Atlanta "Foxwoods" Home.... and it's "PREPPY PALM BEACH". I hope you have enjoyed seeing the transformation!! Let me know your comments and thoughts!

Have a Fantastic Summer 2014!! We will be heading to Hawaii on a Family VA-K soon!!







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Lance Jackson, co-founder and creative director, developed the Parker Kennedy Living interior design group and brand with business partner and co-founder David Ecton in 2011.  Lance started his career in 1997 in the interior design business after graduating from SCAD Savannah with a BFA in interior design.  While working and developing highly successful interior design groups for Atlanta-based architecture firms (ranging from high-end residential to hospitality to student and multi-family housing), Lance decided it was time to make his own stamp...  Read More  |  404.431.8632