INSIDE : Take a peek at the completed look of my Moody Office reveal day! After adding a dark teal blue to the walls, installing removable wallpaper and building a gorgeous wood slat wall this room has a whole new look for the whole family to enjoy.
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Today is the FINAL REVEAL WEEK of our eight week Spring 2021 One Room Challenge, where I’m participating as a guest. Last week I shared my modern Wood Slat wall. That was a huge project and it’s really a show stopper of the space.
Each Thursday for 8 weeks now, I have been sharing my weekly transformation of my office. Here is what I was able to accomplish:
Week 1 Office Plan
Week 2 Painting Office Moody Blue
Week 3 Adding Removable Wallpaper to a room
Week 4 Spackle DIY Art
Week 5 Slow going week
Week 6 Woven Wooden Cabinet
Week 7 Painted Wood Slat Wall
Week 8 REVEAL WEEK
So, without further ado…
Moody Office Nocturne Blue
This wallpaper from Love vs. Design was the start of my color Nocturne Blue decision for my office. I added the wallpaper to two main walls in my office and then color matched my paint for the other two walls. You can see more about installing removable wallpaper in a room here.
You can read more in depth about my Interior Paint colors here.
I brought in a camel colored chair from our bedroom because it was basically just a clothes holding place. In my office, this chair will get so much more use. I’m actually sitting in it right now as I write this blog post… ah.
It’s a perfect little chill spot for my kiddos to come read and hang with me while I work in my office. Also, now my husband can come chat with me when he gets home from work. I love bringing in easy seating to my office. This simple black side table also came from my bedroom.
Modern Wood Slat wall treatment
This wood slat wall is something I have wanted to do for a long time. I included it in my week one plan post, but you’ll notice on week one I had planned to have it stay raw wood. The more I thought about it, the more complex my design got.
My desk sits under this small rounded wall alcove space and I thought instead of trying to hide those unique features, why not highlight them! So, I extended the wood slats to the alcove ceiling and the front face of the soffit. I love that it’s just where my desk sits, it makes it feel like a more important space now.
Moody Gallery Wall
I adore a good gallery wall. I love the hunt of mixing and matching unique pieces together beyond just artwork. I brought in a small rattan mirror, a precious picture of my family and an updated DIY from a million years ago – a tree slice chalkboard I wrote my blog logo on.
Quick accessory comments, I got a new candle from Target for my office called Intention and it smells like heaven on earth. You can thank me later. Also, I put some pink dried grasses in my llama vase and it’s a MOMENT that I am here for!
Also can we talk about moody gallery art for a moment? It is my favorite to gather artwork and mix and match pieces to make a unique creative gallery wall space. Some of these prints I previously had in my office and a few are new.
I think their similar color palette help create a more cohesive and moody feel to the space. You can shop the prints below.
Eclectic Artwork Gallery Wall
I love adding to this wall here and there and these eclectic pieces give the room such character!
My DIY Spackle Art is proudly displayed along with a fun felted winky art piece. I got this gorgeous concrete box from CB2 and my favorite circular lamp from All Modern. All little items that bring me such joy.
I decided to upgrade my desk, too. I had previously been using a very small old desk, which I passed along to my son. Now this new Mid-Century modern desk fits me and the room so much better.
You can see exactly how I built this cool slat wall treatment in this post. And then paint is a custom color, but very similar to Nocturnal Blue from Behr’s Premium Paint line.
Here is a great picture of the rounded wall I had to work with.
Another huge favorite in this office update is my DIY Woven Wooden Cabinets… very inexpensive storage made to look so elevated! I loved how they turned out.
Here is what I was able to do with EIGHT weeks of effort!
- Paint Walls
- Hang Removable Wallpaper
- Paint IKEA storage lockers white
- DIY cabinet hack
- DIY art above dresser (Spackle art)
- Install Wood Slat accent wall
- Hang new Gallery Wall
- Style room with new rug, floor cushion, desk + accessories
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THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU for your support and enthusiasm along the way of this challenge! Interested in other weekly design challenges I did? You should check out my Hallway Bathroom Reveal and my Master Bedroom Refresh Reveal.
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