Canyon Crest: Living Room + Half Bath

For the 
we had the task of using furniture pieces from my client's previous home.
This can be a challenge for many people.  Lucky for us, the living room was 
pretty neutral to begin with, so it was a matter of rethinking the floor plan
 and adding in pillows and accessories.

Rustic Vintage Living Room Brooke Jones Designs

The entryway into the living room had a long bare beam across the top. It was odd. Very odd.  Every time I would visit the home, I would scratch my head and think "why in the world is that beam there?" 
My solution? BARN DOORS! 
Oh how I love barn door hardware and I was excited to incorporate the look in this space.

Rustic Barn Doors Gallery Wall Canyon Crest Living Room

Yellow Blue Rustic Color Scheme Brooke Jones Designs

The half bath on the main level was SCAAARRRYYYYY when we started.  It's a small space with no windows and a high wood paneled ceiling... and it was blood bath red.  I'm not kidding.  It looks liked someone was massacred in the half bath. Instead of spending hours upon hours trying to prime and paint over the dark dark red, we decided to cover it in a light grasscloth wallpaper. This ain't your momma's grasscloth either.  It has a slight metallic sheen to it which reflects light and makes this little room shine!  Add in a little quatrefoil mirror (from this post), some rustic sconces, geometric rug and art and this blood bath of a bathroom is transformed into a jewel box!

Updated Rustic Half Bath Pottery Barn Sconce Quatrefoil Mirror Metallic Sheen Grasscloth Wallpaper

Metallic Cream Grasscloth Pottery Barn Rustic Sconce Ikea Frames

{Interior Design by Brooke Jones, Photography by Jylare Smith}

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