Final ‘NC Home’ Home Tour – Front Guest Bedroom

It’s starting to get so real over here! We will be most likely moving out of our ‘NC Home’ in about 3 weeks. After we move we will be renting here in NC for about 6 months, you can read more on that & see the house we will most likely be renting {here}. I can’t wait to get into our rental and start decorating, but leaving this house is getting sad & emotional. It’s been a year of neutralizing our home & I decided I would take you on a complete tour of our home one room at a time of the final way it looked when we sold our house before we start packing it all up. There is a short video at the end of a quick little video tour of the room as well. You guys!! Will you hold me the next two weeks and get me through this? I’m going to miss this home of ours, but I get to keep the memories forever right? Let’s start with our goodbyes to the house in the front guest bedroom that has served many purposed to us the past four years…



This is how we basically had the front guest bedroom styled for putting the house up for sale. The closet & the dresser hold craft supplies, and other odds & ends. We used this room as a reading room, nap room, guest room, storage, sitting room, office & more. It really served it’s purpose while we lived here! It’s a super cozy room that always ended up getting the leftover pillows & decor, but it somehow always looked good with it’s eclectic look.

What do you guys think of the room? Not bad for the “catch all” room huh? Let me know what you think of the room below in the comments, find me on Facebook, or chat with me on Instagram. Watch the video tour below of our front guest bedroom { Just a quick little iPhone video nothing too fancy} to start saying goodbye to our little green north Carolina house. & also if you are curious about anything in the room, the source list is also below.

 Room Source list –

Rug: Pottery Barn
Lights- Hobby Lobby – DIY burlap cord covers {here}
Dresser: Thrifted – color unknown
Ottoman – thrifted  Rug on ottoman- TJ Maxx
Plant stand- thrifted
Daybed- thrifted
Wood art display- DIY {Here}
Nightstands- DIY {here}
White/solid pillows- Homegoods
Striped pillows- Etsy {here}
ampersand wood pallet art- DIY {here}
Be Still Letters- DIY {here} 
Tray- Target
Owl – gift
Gray boxes & jars – Ikea
Solid brown pillows – Ikea
Bedding- Antique find
Wicker chair- Pier One
“G” Marquee light- Vintage Marquee Lights

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  1. Seriously love this room! I’m saving it on my desktop because I was to re-create this for my guest bed/home office! Great pictures as well. xx, Hayley

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