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Design Details:

  • I designed the space two ways so you could compare with and without the dresser.

  • The first design is without the dresser and gives room for an additional shelve and storage baskets. This give a storage place for extra blanket, linens, or any other items while adding texture to the space with the wicker material.

  • The shelves I used are chunky style floating shelves without brackets. They give the space a seamless look. These will need to be custom made due to the specific size needed. I will link a DIY tutorial for the shelves.

  • Above I added some swing arm sconces. These can be hardware in OR you can use Brooke from Nesting with Graces “Magic Light Trick.” If you decide to use the sconces I would eliminate the overhead light and put in a recessed light. But if you do not like the look of the sconces we can select a semi-flush chandelier.

  • For the shelves I kept it simple and open. Using books, greenery, baskets, and pictures. This keeps this smaller space filling open and not too full and really showcasing the shiplap walls.


 
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Sources:

  1. Wicker Baskets: CLICK HERE

  2. Vase: CLICK HERE

  3. Small Picture Frame (5x7 nickel): CLICK HERE

  4. Candle: CLICK HERE

  5. Round Bread Board (Small): CLICK HERE

  6. Small Vases (One large once small): CLICK HERE

  7. Large Picture Frame (8x10 nickel): CLICK HERE

  8. Wooden Box: CLICK HERE

  9. Greenery Stems (For box and vases): CLICK HERE

  10. Glass Jugs: CLICK HERE

  11. Metal Basket (Small): CLICK HERE

  12. Antique Books: Pick up at antique Store or here is a source: CLICK HERE

  13. Sconces: CLICK HERE


Layout and Measurements:

  • Magic Light Trick for Sconces: CLICK HERE

  • DIY Floating Shelve Tutorial: CLICK HERE (Make to your specific measurements and stain with Minwax Weathered Oak.)

 
Measurements
 
  • Without Dresser:

    • Mount first Shelve 24” from the baseboard.

    • Mount Each Shelve 16” apart.

    • With the thickness (2”) of each shelve and the trim you should have around 30” give to take from the top shelve to the ceiling.

  • With Dresser:

    • Dresser is 31” tall.

    • Mount first shelves 16” above top of dresser.

    • Mount each shelve 16” apart.

    • With the thickness (2”) of each shelve and the trim you should have around 23” give to take from the top shelve to the ceiling.


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