One of our main issues with this current master bedroom is the lack of space, I’m sure some of you can relate. Instead of a glam room, I got creative and created a bedside vanity space!
Let’s start by talking about the actual vanity table, I had the hardest time finding anything big enough, too small or just overpriced for the space I had to work with. One day while I was strolling through Target (like I do most days) and I came across this “writing desk” that actually had two drawers and has two outlets and USB plugs built in! I knew instantly this was the “vanity” I was looking for. I also picked up a can of this copper spray paint for the legs to match this round mirror and brass lamps.

The Chair was my second challenge because I couldn’t decide what style I liked or wanted for this space. I found this super adorable Acrylic ghost arm chair in Smoke. It’s perfect in this little space and meshed well with my vanity vibes. I’m a freak when it comes to home decor and accessories and actually found some adorable items to complement this feminine space without screaming “tacky vanity stuff” I’ll include a list below with links!

Materials needed:
– 1 can Devine Color Spray Paint by Valspar

List of items with links:
Writing Desk
Ghost Arm chair in Smoke
Pawn Marble Vase
Gold Round Mirror
Brass Lamps
3 Clear compartment brush holder
Acrylic make up organizer tray
Oversized fuax fur pillow
Standard Shag Rug

I’ve gotten so much use out of this little vanity space, No more standing over my sink or sitting on the ground in front of a mirror. I hope this has inspired you as it had me. I was that girl dreaming of the perfect vanity “room”, but bringing this corner to life with this bed side vanity has been so amazing and will be so useful for me. Please feel free to comment down below with any questions!

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