St. Helens Master Bedroom

WOW. Staging this parade home was quite a feet. This was not a planned project and it was needed to be done in less than 24 hours. These types of projects defiantly have their challenges. But they also are kinda of a thrill. By nature I’m kinda of a “wing it and make it work” type of girl. And most of the time in this industry we don’t get to practice the “Wing it style” But in this case we had to just pull together whatever we had and go with it!


We had this metal bed frame in storage. So that was our starting point. We decided to go with white bedding to keep it simple and because I think white bedding is always a WIN. We added these gray tone wood nightstands to add warmth and ground the room since the bed frame was not very substantial.


For the color palate we decided on warm woods, accents of dark green and blush pink with warm leather and brass accents. The leather bench is an unexpected element that we think every room should have. The end result is a mix of modern traditional with a touch of ruggedness!


We added a small traditional chair and paired it with a rustic dresser. We kept the dresser vignette simple with a few accents and vases. And then hung 2 16x20 frames with prints above the dresser. The end result is relaxed and soothing.


Hayley’s Final Take Aways.

  1. Don’t ever agree to stage a any home in less than 24 hours. You will want to hurt you self when it is done. Unless your like us and can’t resist the RUSH!

  2. White bedding is such a great idea. Why you may ask? One reason is because it always makes a bedroom feel fresh and clean. 2. One less decision you will have to make about your bedroom! It will go with any rug, any pillow, and any window treatments. I just pressed the easy button for you on that one. DONE. Your welcome.

  3. Don’t be afraid to mix styles. Old and new pieces with high and low price-points. That way you will get an aesthetic that feels curated and polished and not look.

More staging photos coming from St. Helens!

Lots of love,