ORC Week 1 & 2 | Master Bedroom Plans

It’s One Room Challenge time again. If you’re not familiar, the ORC is a biannual event where a whole bunch of interior “influencers” transform a room over six weeks – a bedroom in my case. We post progress deets every week. It’s about community, not competition, which I love, and it’s a melting pot of gorgeous design ideas and DIY inspiration.

I’m working on the master bedroom in my new flat. I’m a little tardy to the party (it kicked off last week), but I think I can pull it off in five weeks.

Boho / Mid-Century Bedroom Plans

Boho Midcentury Green Bedroom Mood Board One Room Challenge

Painting – Alive Neave // Similar Pendant Shade // Wallpaper
Bedside Table // Bed // Duvet Cover // Lumbar Cushion
Bookcase // Snake Plant // Rug
Bench // Chest of Drawers

The space currently is a blank canvas. I’m going for a boho/mid-century vibe (pretty standard for me), and I’m excited about adding a little bit of colour with that gorgeous green watercolour wallpaper.

Previous One Room Challenge Makeovers

This is not my first ORC rodeo. Click through the images below to check out the other four rooms that I’ve designed in past One Room Challenges…

2020 | Eclectic Living Room

  • Global Eclectic Living Room Makeover

2017 | Global Boho Girls Room

  • Global boho kids room makeover - midcentury desk + storage bed
  • Global boho kids room makeover - Ikea Duktig + thrifted chair
  • Global boho kids room makeover - ottoman storage bed
  • Global boho kids room makeover -

2016 | Neutral Master Bedroom

  • Neutral Layered Light Master Bedroom One Room Challenge Reveal
  • Interior Design Services Southwest London
  • Neutral Layered Light Master Bedroom One Room Challenge Reveal
  • Wicker chair in neutral bedroom: Summer 17 Eclectic Home Tour

2016 | Shared Kids Bedroom

  • DIY upholstered bed and shelf
  • Folding desk & toy storage boys room
  • Wall decals & DIY Upholstered Bed in shared kids room
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Head to the One Room Challenge to check out design plans and progress from other designers and bloggers, and check back here to see how my space comes together over the next five weeks.


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