One Room Challenge Fall edition – favourites

Another successful ORC has ended last week. Again special thanks to Linda from Calling it Home. All twenty designers and over 100 participants did a great job. As usual, I’ve got my favourite makeovers to show you.

You can also check my progress from weeks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 to the big reveal on last week.



Classic living room from Kimberly. I love her style. She can put together antique and vintage finds with modern patterns and colours. This room is for anyone who loves their heritage.



Very elegant living room from The Curated House. I absolutely love these dark velvet sofas. They give the luxurious feel to this room.



Colourful living room designed by Sarah. Well, this room has a lot of pattern and colour, but somehow it all works together beautifully! 



Beautiful hallway at Simplified Bee. The wallpaper is stunning and certainly gives the wow factor to this room. 


nursery 5 WM LL

Calm and elegant nursery from Megan. Any mom would be proud to have a nursery like this one, very grown up, but also cozy and soft.



Sophisticated nursery at Mary Mayer Interiors. I couldn’t believe that this is a nursery at first. I could easily put a double bed in it and have it as my bedroom!



Bright girl’s bedroom from Jenny. I love how colours and patterns give a fun factor to this lovely room. Any little lady would be proud to have this room.



Another lovely girl’s bedroom at Pretty Practical Home. This room shows that you don’t need to paint your daughter’s bedroom pink to make her feel like a princess.



Black and elegant bathroom from Ange. I love the white paneling in this bathroom, it gives the feel of a luxury boutique hotel.



Contemporary bathroom at The Pink Zipper. This bathroom is probably too modern for my taste, but I still like it. I think the floor and art speaks to me the most in here.



Elegant and calm bedroom from Style Your Senses. I love that pale blue and beige together, it’s such a relaxing space.



Beautiful bedroom by Vanessa. A great example that the key is in the details, adding the panels in this room, changes it completely and gives a character to it.



Coastal bedroom from Kris. I love the simplicity of this room and the beautiful shade of blue.



Charming bedroom from Sam. This was a very simple transformation (by simple I mean no structural work) and it shows that changing the soft furnishing and adding the right accessories can  beautifully transform any room.


I would like to congratulate all designers for their hard work over the last few weeks. Well done everybody!


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