My Botanical Themed Bedroom With Antiques

September 16, 2022

Photo of repurposed frame botanical butterfly wall art.
Last weekend I attended the annual Little Falls (Minnesota) Arts & Craft Fair.

It was my very first trip to the craft fair. I purchased the botanical butterfly wall art above at the fair from Salvage Sisters - A Repurposed Store.  The panoramic style frame contained distressed paper with a bee and several different black butterflies, along with plant sprigs on the sides. The design was most likely created with rubber stamps and ink. The perimeter (mat) of the frame was created with distressed book pages, torn into varied and uneven pieces.


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Photo of clipboards with botanical prints.
The botanical bee wall art joins my clipboard and botanical print project on another bedroom wall HERE.

Photo of a bead board cabinet door with a botanical decor transfer.
This botanical themed cabinet door was created with a decor transfer HERE.

The cabinet door was hung over a shelf in the bedroom.

Photo of a barn wood chalkboard frame with flower themed decor transfer.
This garden themed wall art also made it to a bedroom wall.

Photo of a houseplant poster.
I love this poster!  It's a Cavallini Decorative Wrap Poster - Houseplants.   My magnetic poster hanger is available HERE.  

The poster is also being displayed on a bedroom wall.

Photo of a botanical themed bedroom with antiques and DIY projects.
Now for the antiques and DIY projects of note in my bedroom. 

First this full size iron bed, painted with Americana Decor Chalky Finish Paint in Relic.  Also in this photo, my upcycled vintage dress form projectice box style table/nightstand, and the chalkboard/barn wood garden themed wall art above the bed.

Photo of a botanical themed bedroom with antiques and DIY projects.
Another angle of the bed area.

Photo of an upcycled ice box style end table.
A closeup of the ice box style nightstand recently upcycled.


Photo of a vintage waterfall chest upcycle with Dixie Belle Chalk Paint.
A vintage waterfall chest of drawers recently upcycled HERE.

Photo of a botanical themed bedroom with antiques and DIY projects.
A DIY vintage small bookcase, and items on the bookcase from a blog post HERE.

Photo of an antique secretary.
This antique secretary was my mother's.  I received it when my mom moved into assisted living.

Photo of a vintage clock collection.
My vintage clock collection is displayed on top of the secretary. 

I upcycled the shabby chic book stack in a blog post HERE.

Photo of neutral decor in a vintage secretary cabinet.
I filled the secretary's display shelves with neutral decor.  My mom's Bible is on the top right.

Photo of neutral decor in an antique secretary cabinet.
More shelves from the secretary.  The bottom box was an upcycle project with chalk paint, stencils and a metal catch HERE.

Photo of an antique Norwegian trunk.
This old Norwegian trunk from the 1800's was my grandmother's. The trunk is also in my bedroom.

Photo of an antique wooden rocker.
Another great antique in the bedroom is this carved wooden rocker, also my mother's.  The firkin side table was a DIY blog project HERE.

Photo of a botanical themed bedroom with antiques and DIY projects.
That concludes my bedroom's recent updates.  Hope you enjoyed the projects!

Thanks for reading my blog, Carlene

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  1. What a charming bedroom! - Briana from Texas

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  2. looks comfy and inviting! nice accoutrements. :))

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  3. Your bedroom is lovely Carlene! Love the deep tones on the furniture pieces, such a fresh updated look!

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