We had ten bedrooms when we purchased this place but are down to six. Many of these pics are pre us when it was an inn so I'm working on redecorating, not a lot, piece of furniture here and there, really more edit than anything else. I'll probably go nuts with paint come summer:
This is the third floor maids room, called the garden suite:
It has an obnoxious mural which I swore would be gone within a week of moving in, but there it still sits:
It's going to take a lot of primer to kill that mural
I haven't decided what color the room will be but I'm thinking a soft yellow or green.
This is also a maid's room on the third floor with wonderful views of the old custom's house and the bay:
Don't you love the picture with the horrible daisy's? It appears somewhat vangoughish, without the actual value of a painting done by a nutcase. Perhaps the garden suite wall was inspired by it....
Our main guest room is about 30'x20' so it takes two pics. The little nook is a serious child, cat and dog magnet:
The horrific shade remains, but all of this ugly furniture is gone. The fireplace is unfortunately cut into the wall (I tried to crowbar it LOL) and it will be removed this summer to be replaced by something fake but pretty like this stove that is in the basement:
What's with the accent wall colors? Victorians didn't do accent walls LOL They will go!
My son's bedroom....too pink and too floral for the poor boy. I'm working on making it a train room with posters from the alaska railroad, a railroad lamp and a suspended antique train:
The bedroom set we will keep but reduce back to a full size and put the foot board on it. It was the original owners daughter's bedroom set. DS does not like this room so I have to get to work on it soon....this is is old bedroom (still his but at the house in alaska):
This is the master suite, which used to be 40x20 including a dressing room and bathroom which we'll replace. It's more like 18x20 now but still has the sitting area. Our views are of tour busses stopping in front of the house LOL And of the ferry and bay if I look over the top of the busses. One day I'm going to go out and invite a bus full in for a tour for grins and giggles:
I am entertaining a brick, burgundy or forest green for the walls....eventually we'll do bradbury type wall paper but not until we redo the suite as I'm told it's too expensive for temporary and that I can't hang it myself...I don't want to know what it costs...I just want it LOL
This is my mother's room when she visits and the future nursery if we're lucky. More horrific accent walls but it has a private balcony and views of the bay...but check out the furniture...the carving is amazing. It was left to the house from the estate of a woman who stayed here while it was a hospital: