Victorian Cottage Space

Host Joan Steffend and designer Debra Pesek add Victorian cottage charm and a girlie touch to a masculine-fueled home.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionWith the help of host Joan Steffend, carpenter Jeff Meyer and less than $500, designer Debra Pesek has transformed a room engulfed with camouflage into a feminine sanctuary filled with romance.
Before: Lost in the Camouflage
Homeowner Deb Schield is the sole lady in her house. She is completely outnumbered by husband Paul and their four boys. Even the dog is a male! She would love to have a place to escape all the masculine influence once in awhile. To that end, she wants to transform a spare bedroom into her own space and a part-time guest bedroom for her mother. Right now the room is filled with miscellaneous junk, most of which is covered in a camouflage pattern. Schield wants the room to have a Victorian-cottage feel that includes some of her antique furniture and vintage bed.