The room has not been touched since we moved in over a year ago.
The wall color is Sherwin Williams' Ancient Marble (SW6162) in eg-shel and semigloss. Notice that I painted the top and bottom moulding the same color as the wall. The window frames and door trim are white.
Light fixture was $99 at Lowes. I was allergic to the original light fixture from the moment we signed the bank paperwork, but for me, these projects are all about timing. I could have slid my credit card for a new light, or I could wait until I squirreled away the cash. I chose Option B, and it's always more satisfying.
I bought these sconces at a thrift store back in April of last year for about $5. They aren't legit--they're originally just thick tacky gold-toned plastic. I thought they were mismatched but I noticed that the candelabra part is the same, so now I don't know. I spraypainted them with Krylon's Looking-Glass spray paint (I scoured the entire town until I finally found it at Hobby Lobby. Kudos to Pinterest for making me want it so badly). But I l.o.v.e.d how they turned out!
And the window frame, $5. I found it at a junk shop on Main St during ChamberFest last year. I was lugging the stroller, my one-year-old, and a 7-month pregnancy around town, so I paid the man to hold it for me til I could come back. Which didn't happen until my fetus was 2 months old. Thank God the guy had character enough to hold it that long!
And the H...$5 at Hobby Lobby. Two years ago. I originally planned to spraypaint it a less gaudy color, but when I looked at it against this room, I decided to let it alone. I like the juxtaposition.
I'm loving it so far!