this is a sponsored post with Eclipse Curtains C/O TARGET thank you for supporting the brands that support our blog!
Our entire house has come a long way. Each and every time I look back on our progress pictures I cringe, and then slowly work my way into a big proud smile as I go through them all. Our master bedroom was a huge selling point for us, because we had never had a master bathroom. Which, to many homeowners it is just a cherry on top, but for us not having one in the past it was really such a treat.
This room had nasty carpet, dark red trim (like the entire house did) and of course a border, because what 70’s built home would be complete without a border?
Each inch of this space lacked appeal and comfort. It would be the last place I would want to go to at the end of a long day to unwind. We added new flooring, a king size tufted bed and end tables with lamps – that was it and the room was already looking up!
If you cannot already tell, while the lighting in this room was beautiful, it was a bit to bright for the eyes when it came to bedtime.
If you haven’t come across the amazing Eclipse Curtain brand, sold at Target, make yourself familiar. They are luxurious, and durable and an important addition to any bedroom. You know the feeling when you wake up in a hotel and it is still pitch black at 9am? Yep – that kind of feeling. Sheer cozy bliss.
We chose THESE curtains in charcoal, and love them so. They add such a great amount of depth to the room, making it feel warm. You can see since the original post, we have a bunch of new pieces – rug, desk (in the wrong place because of the pack n play) new end tables and more.
Still on the hunt for the perfect art for the room – if you have any ideas, email me!
Usually I have our curtains sweep the floor, even puddle on the floor. But this time around, after learning the hard way, I prefer to have them hit right at the top of the molding. Simply because it keeps them off of the floor and far less dust collects on the edges!
Max has never slept better since these curtains came into the room. The room turns completely black at night, aiding in him to fall asleep peacefully when the summer sun is still super bright at his bedtime.
During the morning, just look at how dark the room will get once the curtains are closed …
If this doesn’t make a morning nap possible, I don’t know what will.
We’ve added more Eclipse curtains in Max’s room – for obvious reasons. So excited to add more and more to this space as we go. It’s a long walk to the finish line, but it’s one big house and lots of rooms to tackle!
A big thank you to TARGET for helping make our master feel so wonderful!