One Room Challenge

My Favorite One Room Challenge Design Trends

Since my tired legs sorely needed a rest this weekend, I was able to go through all of my fellow One Room Challenge guest participants final reveals and all I can say is WOW!!   I’ve said it before but the support from this community is the main reason I put myself through this crazy 6 weeks each year, but a close second is the incredible wealth of talent, inspiration, and DIY ideas this group provides!  As I going through everyone’s finished spaces,  I started to notice a few trends that kept popping up – so I thought it would be great to share not just my favorite reveals but also my favorite design ideas!  All of the below photos are linked to each bloggers final reveals so please make sure you head over and see these spaces in all of their awesome glory!


Bedrooms Made for a Queen

Fabric Canopies, Rich Colors, Regal Light Fixtures, and breath-taking trim reigned supreme in bedrooms

A Glass of Bovino


The Crowned Goat


Cate Holcombe Interiors


The Farmhouse Project (featured Designer)



Large Scale Artwork

I love me some big Art (the quirkier the better) so the abundance of large-scale and one of a kind pieces makes my heart happy

Suburban Pop


Meredith Lynn Designs


The Rath Project


A Place of my Taste


LOTS of Wallpaper

The ORC is setting the bar for wallpaper super high – bold animal prints and delicate flowers are the go to patterns for kids rooms, bathrooms, and laundry rooms.

Craven Haven


Kristin Laing


Admist the Chaos


Jana Donohoe Designs


Modern Sun Porches

Think outside your typical patio set….comfy couches, heavy drapes, and gallery walls are all moving outside and I’m obsessed!

Holland Avenue Home


Eleven Houses


Sarah Glenn Interior Design


House Haus Home


Pink is the New White

I would have never thought of blush pink being as versatile a canvas as white, but these spaces prove it really can work with any style and color palate

Jeweled Interiors


Trim Design Co


Miranda Schroeder


Decor Happy


Headboards and Feature Walls

If you’re looking for a more modern place to lie your head, these floor to ceiling installations make quite the impact

This is Simplicite


Designed Simple




With that I’m officially wrapping up the 2019 Spring One Room Challenge!  If you’re wondering, as of now I am planning on participating in the fall challenge – but with a MUCH smaller project in mine.  But don’t worry…I’ve got big plans for next Spring ; )






May 17, 2019 at 10:14 am

Thank you so much for including my bedroom makeover in this round up of fabulous spaces. As always it’s tons of work as you well know but gosh, so worth it all in the end. I totally agree with you one of my favorite parts about this challenge is seeing how creative everyone is and how everyone supports each other throughout the Challenge. It really is a fun way of bringing so many different styles together. I think we need an ORC retreat next year 🙂 Sending you hugs and big thank yous, CoCo

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