DISCLAIMER: This post is sponsored by Walmart. All opinions are my own. Thank you to Walmart for sponsoring this post! Post contains affiliate links (read my full disclosure).
Hi friends!!!! First of all, I wanted to say THE BIGGEST thank you EVER. Truly EVER. You guys have been so incredibly wonderful and supportive and encouraging these past few months as I have gone through my divorce. I continue to get so many messages and e-mails that still to this day make me tear up and thank God for such an amazing platform during this difficult time. I so so so wish I had more time to respond to each and every one but as you could probably guess, life as a single mom and a single mom opening up a new store has been a wee bit crazy. To say the least. I am however SO incredibly thankful to have so much time with my girls and to be able to immerse myself into such a fun project. I hope to see you guys at one of my GRAND OPENINGS!
As a designer and a visual person, I’ve always been such a “product of my environment”. As I started to feel like I was really turning the corner this past month and starting to look toward my future in a truly positive light, I thought that making some mega house changes would be good for my soul! So many of you have asked if I am staying in my home and the answer is YES! I am so blessed to be able to stay in our home with my girls and I quite honestly kind of hope to stay here forever! This 1905 home is a dream come true for my historical, charming home loving soul and I could not EVER imagine saying goodbye.
Today I partnered with Walmart to do a complete design overhaul of my master bedroom! From black walls to white and everything in between! I have been so impressed with the selections at Walmart for everything from fashion to home. They have so many new lines and I love that I can easily shop online with free shipping AND the option to either have things shipped to my house or pick them up in store! In planning this re-design I knew I wanted a HUGE CHANGE. I chose Alabaster for the walls to match the existing trim color to create a light, bright palette in the space. From there, I used the bedding I got from the sale of our treehouse cabin in the mountains and a rug I had purchased a while back. I chose the cutest fringe pillows from Walmart to create the textured boho vibe I love along with a simple wood bench for the end of the bed for another layer of natural texture. From there I got two cute baskets for shoes and blankets and such that fit under the bench and beautiful white lamps that add to the white on white look I was going for in the space. Finally, I finished it off with one big pop of color by framing these amazing pillowcases I got during our travels to France this Summer. I absolutely LOVE how the room turned out!
My Fresh New Light & Bright Master Bedroom Reveal…
XOXO, Brittany Hayes