Coast Awhile Cottage has some pretty gorgeous bedrooms thanks to my collaboration with designer Jane Coslick and her assistant (and designer in her own right) Anna Speir. Those ladies are sooo creative! If you haven't picked your favorite yet then take a look at these...
But wait to pick your favorite until you see this last bedroom. It is the upstairs master bedroom and adjoining sitting area.
I'm crazy for the iron bed--a Craig's List find that I picked up for a song! This is what it looked like when I picked it up.
It's amazing what a little white spray paint can do! The dandelion print pillow was made from a $1.99 scrap of fabric scavenged from Fabric World! Anybody want to make a wish?
This little dresser came from a flea market as well as the little lamps on top. The mirror was a cast off from Coral Cottage which we painted white and then distressed to give it
an antique look.
Leonard Miller, a Savannah artist, painted wonderful window art for this room using an old window salvaged from Coral Cottage.
Jane Coslick gave him the inspiring words which call the reader back to the freedom of
simpler, happy days of childhood. These are some things we need to hold on to.
The bedroom opens up to a sitting room...
We wanted it to be a cozy spot in which to read, talk or watch TV. The TV can be angled for watching from the bed as well (my favorite).
Like it? Tell me--which bedroom is your favorite and why? Which bedroom would you choose for your own if you were staying here at Coast Awhile Cottage? (See the links at the beginning of this post to view the other bedrooms.)