Master Bedroom Artwork
Gallery Wall
Master Bedroom Design
Anthropologie Bedding
Roman Shades
Gold Bed
Sheepskin Rug
Mint Arrow Bedroom
Mint Arrow Master Bedroom

I have had the opportunity to work on a few different e-design projects for Corrine of the blog Mint Arrow and, today, I am excited to be sharing the pictures from her master bedroom that was recently completed.

Corrine had fallen in love with this beautiful bedding from Anthropologie (you can read why she loves it here and here) so that became the jumping off point for the design of the room.  She had also recently painted her whole home white so we knew we wanted to keep the space light, open and airy feeling.

We kept her metal bed frame, but spray painted the black, iron finish a bright, matte gold with this spray paint, lightening up the bed and giving it a fresh look.  The gold picture frames come together for a gallery wall of family photos that was the perfect way to style that large wall that we didn't necessarily want furniture on.  The nightstands have a beautiful weathered finish that helps to balance all the gold finishes in the room.

The artwork complements the bedding, adding a little color to the space, and also helps to create a focal point given that the headboard of the bed is more low profile.  The roman shades were custom made in a charcoal grey linen that contrasts beautifully with the clean, white walls.

It was such a fun project to do for this beautiful family!

*Out of respect for clients, I do not share sources from e-design projects.
However, you can check out Corrine's post about this room here for sources she is willing to share.  Thanks for understanding!

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Photos by Emmy Lowe Photo


  1. how many spray paint cans were needed for the bed frames? love!

    1. Thank you, Elsy! I am not positive as this project was done via e-design so Corrine and her husband were responsible for the painting, but my guess would be two cans. I would spray the frame pretty closely so there is not a lot of overspray and excess.