I’m so excited to share my modern farmhouse/ boho bedroom reveal. And I can’t wait to share my free bed frame building plans.
I have been dreaming of redoing my bedroom for years. It wasn’t really bad before, but I wanted something more fitting to my style, which is a mix of modern farmhouse meets bohemian. And I am SO happy with how this bedroom overhaul turned out!!!
If you follow me on instagram (I’d love if you would!), you can see me do projects, like this, pretty much LIVE, step by step!
It’s always easier for me to envision how I want my space when I put it together on paper first. So I drew up this little bedroom mood board, and it helped me find my direction for the space.
The first thing I did was paint the walls. I painted the walls and ceiling bright white. Then I painted the dark accent wall Behr Cracked Pepper.
The part of the room I was most excited about was building a new farmhouse bed for the bedroom. I knew I wanted a farmhouse look, while still being sleek and stylish.
I fell in love with a similar bed from Pottery Barn, but it was $1400. Building this bed took me about 3 days (because of drying time) and only cost about $300 in supplies. Totally worth the $900 savings!
Details of the bedroom:
- Paint Color
- Farmhouse Scripture Sign
- Similar Wreath
- Shelf- Full tutorial on my Instagram
- Hanging Planter
- Velvet Pink Pillow Cover
- Star Map
- Throw Pillows, including pink tassel pillow- At Home
- Free Farmhouse Bed Building Plans- Build Something by Kreg
- Bed Built with Poplar wood Stain Color
And here are a few more pictures, because I honestly just cannot get enough!!
Find Free Farmhouse Bed Building Plans on BuildSomething.com
If you used this tutorial in your own home, I would love to see photos and share them here on my blog! Please email completed photos to Nat@thecreativemom.com
I would also love if you would share this project, or save it to your Pinterest board for later! You can hover your mouse over the image above and click the “save” button, or share this on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.
If you liked this project, you might like some of my other DIY projects: