One Room Challenge-Great Room Roundup

Earlier this month over 200 guest participants and 20 featured bloggers revamped spaces in just seven weeks during the One Room Challenge.  As part of the challenge, I  finished up my Office/Guest Room that had sat relatively empty for almost two years and there were so many great rooms I thought I'd share a few of my favorites. 

This master bath renovation from The Grit & Polish has such a great mix of traditional and modern design elements.  I love the bench near the shower area, it always gives an extra bit of luxury when you are able to have a piece of furniture in a bathroom.

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On our "forever house bucket list" is a library space and this home library from Natasha Habermann is giving me all the feels.  The dark blue bookshelves and green leather Chesterfield (which is also a pullout!) give the space a warm and welcoming feel. 

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This narrow sunroom turned breakfast nook has my heart skipping a beat.  First of all, THOSE WINDOWS!!! Secondly, stenciled floors!  After living in the south a blue ceiling always catches my eye. I admire the clever use of this narrow space off the kitchen as a breakfast nook and I wouldn't mind enjoying a cup of coffee and croissant while gazing out those windows on a quiet morning.

For you fellow mural lovers out there, Ashley's office makeover included this incredible mural that she hand painted over most of the seven weeks of the challenge.  I'm digging the graphic look against the traditional wood craftsman trim in her San Diego home.  Ashley also put together some great Ikea hacks and offered some smart solutions for office storage. 

Coco & Jack's ultra cozy living room makeover complete with fireplace feels just perfect for this upcoming winter season.  The white oak built ins flanking the fireplace are minimalist, yet warm, and the shiplap peeking from behind adds the perfect amount of texture.  I'm swooning over the Triplo sofa from Article and am pinning it for future client projects. 

The bold blue walls and teal furnishings in Old Home Love's living room space make for a rich and inviting feel.  They carried the bold blue into their kitchen as well and I love how it pops against the original finishes and textures of their old home. 

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Megan always has a great eye for eclectic design and I'm constantly eating up everything she puts out into the world hoping that I'll absorb some of her good eye for style.  She purchased a lodge in upstate New York earlier this year and took on the task of renovating the living space for the ORC.  One of my favorite parts of the design was her solution for this simple record storage, and I'm always a sucker for a Windsor chair. 

Another blue-hued beauty of a room.  Kirsten from Simply Grove made over her in-laws living space.  Her use of a partial wall of paneling on the walls add some interest and detail without overwhelming the room in blue and her choice of furnishings and accessories add richness and texture to the space.

This soft and soothing bedroom palette from Brittany of Brittany Makes feels like a vacation every day.  Her mix of vintage textiles and modern elements made the space feel fresh, yet cozy.

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I you want to take a peek at the full list of reveals, check out the guest participants and the featured designers and stay turned for the next challenge coming spring 2018!