Sunday, May 11, 2014

My One Room Challenge Details And Highlighting A Few Linking Participants

I'm so thankful for everyone's sweet comments about my guest room.  I'm beyond excited about the way it came together.

One thing I didn't mention in my reveal were the sources. Mostly because things were either purchased on CL, Ebay, or at consignment stores.  I'm feeling very green right now!  Anyway, I can share a few things.
-Fabrics: Brunschwig & Fils Les Touches and Robert Allen Khandar Indigo.  The two greek key pillows on
              the bed I scored at TJ Maxx.
-Bedding: One Kings Lane-Delfinia Greek Key
-Llama and gold box: Target.  I sprayed the llama gold:)
-Tray, cup, bowl, picture frames: Marshalls
-Sheepskin rug: Overstock (Safavieh).  Disclaimer on that though.  It smells like a dozen rotten eggs shoved                           up your nose.  No joke.  I'm hoping it will get better with time.
-Pendant Light: Robert Abbey from Shades of Light.
-Bed throw: Steinmart
-Wallpaper: It's discontinued, but it's Kenneth James from the toile collection.
-Wall color and trim is BM Decorators White.

If I didn't have to carpet the room it really wouldn't have been that much of an expense.  A few splurges, but nothing crazy.

Now on to a slice of the talent that was on this round's ORC.  The Challenger's rooms were all sooooo good that I couldn't pick a favorite if you paid me.  I loved them all and each one deserves to be thoroughly ogled.  The Linking participants rocked it as well but I'm just going to highlight a few.  After all, there were 75 that linked up!

Autumn from Design Dump
This is the most amazing small office ever.  Period.

Lisa from Shine Your Light
Lisa is such an inspiration.  I mean, look at these bookcases!  I totally have bookcase envy.

Ashley from Evaru Design
I want this bathroom.  Now.  That shower curtain sealed the deal for me.  Because of this picture I actually ordered that fabric for my dining room curtains.  Going to attempt pinch pleats.  Lord help me!

Mallory from Charming In Charlotte
  Leopard rug, killer styling, and the same pillows I used on my bed.  Done and done.  Love this.

Lance from Parker Kennedy Living
Probably one of the best reveals I've ever seen.  I had the hardest time choosing a picture because they are all so gorgeous.

Kim from The Green Room Interiors
Mind blown.  This was done in 6 weeks.  What the what?  No words.

Seriously, there were so many rooms that I drooled over.  I had a blast following everyone's progress and seeing the reveals.  Please visit these rooms.  Each one is so unique and well done.  I feel honored to be among such amazing company.  Cheers to all of us!!


  1. i had SO much fun going through all the links saturday- so much inspiration!

  2. I featured my favorites today too, and your room was on my list! You can read it here:


  3. Tiffany,
    You just have to promise to keep on a bloggin'! It's not as if you had two little ones AND a full time job!
    Seriously, I've loved getting up to speed reading all you've done. And interesting to me is you've featured just about the same rooms I loved during ORC! Still need to finish reading.

  4. I know, right?! So much damn good inspiration out there.

    1. OMG and YOU (Elizabeth) are one of them I am referring to! Love your style

  5. The fact that you transformed your room using my favorite bargain resources makes me love it even more!! You did such a phenomenal job! And the linkups you featured are some of my favorites too... the talent in this ORC was absolutely amazing!! And such fun to meet so many new friends along the way!

    The Glam Pad

  6. Oh my goodness, that small office!! I don't even want a big office now - just that one. Killer transformation.

  7. Thank you my friend for including me on this list - I am honored considered how amazing the ORCs were! Especially yours - I truly am blown away by all your projects and this room is no exception. That headboard is just magnificent. I tried to comment on this last week but my computer turned blue and shut down…..can you point me in the right direction for a source for the B&F Les Touches fabric and where you get your fabrics in general? I'm ready to tackle the sewing machine Tiffany. You have inspired me with your awesomeness.