As seen on HGTV's Rocky Mountain Reno, this bedroom, once covered in wood, dark and outdated, is now a bright, beautiful place for the couple to relax. A large window with neutral window treatments let in plenty of natural light, while the light color of the walls and ceiling help to reflect that light and keep the space feeling lights and open. Trista continues her design into the bedroom with the bold, blue bedspread and accent pillow. She added a modern touch with a metal chandelier hanging from the ceiling, but kept the rustic design alive with the exposed beam in the ceiling and the natural wood door to the right.
The master bathroom in this newly renovated cabin contains high ceilings, making the space seem larger. The window at the end of the space lets in lots of natural light, while the glass shower lets the light flow through and makes the space feel more open.
The couple turned a small upstairs bedroom into a nursery to accommodate their growing family. The neutral colors make it a sweet place for a baby, while the light pouring in from the window and the chandelier on the ceiling makes the space light.
As seen on Rocky Mountain Reno, the small, cramped bathroom has been converted into a luxury spa bathroom for the family. The white subway tile behind the toilet and sink give the room a bright look, while the grey tile in the shower area breaks up the monotony, adding warmth and separating the glass shower area from the rest of the space.
Before, this bathroom was an outdated, disorganized mess. Now, the design has been modernized with a whitewashed wall, a decorative mirror and sink and updated light fixtures. A large tub adorns the back wall, and the wood wall behind it adds a rustic aspect to the otherwise modern space.
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