The​ ​Fall​ ​2017​ ​One​ ​Room Challenge​ ​Final Reveals

November 21, 2017
by The Finished Space

Calling It Home’s Fall 2017 One Room Challenge has reached its conclusion, and we know you’re all eager to see the final outcome of each space! With just seven weeks to plan and execute a total room makeover, the featured designers and guest participants met with stunning success.

The Final Reveals:

Coco + Jack

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Alyssa certainly succeeded in transforming her bland, beige family room into a warm, sophisticated space. This upscale room features regional interior finishings and vertically installed Metrie Complete Pre-Painted Shiplap behind her built-in bookshelves.

Sugar & Cloth

Ashley Rose’s master bedroom brings together modern and whimsical stylings. Not only did she use Very Square baseboards in the bedroom, she also used a pair of True Craft interior doors to enter into the newly updated ensuite bath.

The Vintage Rug Shop

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Brittany’s brilliant master bedroom all started off with the idea of using shiplap vertically on the walls. Our Complete Pre-Painted Shiplap was the perfect material and looks amazing paired with layered textiles and modern gold finishes.

Boxwood Avenue

Chloe brought such style to her dramatic dining room makeover that you would have never guessed that it used to serve as her craft room. A rustic table, a pair of chandeliers, and crown moulding truly help elevate this space.

The Makerista

Gwen used heavenly fabrics and elegant details to create a Parisian dream come true for her daughter’s brand new bedroom.  She used a combination of regional screen mould and solid pine mullions to create the wall treatment and the results are simply exquisite. And we have to mention that incredible crown moulding buildup Gwen’s husband, Micah, created using Very Square Scene II crown moulding, and regional casing, plus the addition of pine picture moulding.

The Pink Pagoda

Jennifer turned a dark, closed-off section of her house into an unbelievably bright and airy space for her open-concept family room/breakfast room/kitchen. The whole space really comes together with her perfect selection of finishings—including regional baseboards and crown moulding.

The House that Lars Built

Brittany brought her office space to a whole new level with some dusty blue paint and a classy wall treatment. A strong geometric design on the floor and a pop of crisp white from our True Craft solid door completes the look.

Simply Grove

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Kirsten’s in-laws received a living room makeover that looks welcoming and luxurious at the same time. She used flat stock to add depth to the walls, which gives the entire room a touch of character and charm.

Harlow & Thistle

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Earlier this summer, we partnered with Nostalgic Warehouse for a #MyDoorDoOver giveaway—and Andrea was our winner! She used our Fashion Forward glass door at the entry into her dramatic new office. With an art deco-style black and white wallpaper set against those warm hardwood floors, she’s sure to find a lot of inspiration when it’s time to work.

Home Girl 

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Ashley turned a spare bedroom into a cottage-themed media room, complete with Option {M} Modern Farmhouse shiplap on the ceiling! Multi-patterned pillows and vintage-style details make this room the perfect place to unwind and relax.

This Little Estate

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Bethany’s young son is sure to appreciate his handsome new bedroom, complete with a custom reading nook. Pine tongue and groove paneling contributes to the outdoorsy vibe that’s perfect for spurring the imagination.

Kelley Nan

Kelley’s neutral master bedroom still has a major wow factor with diverse textiles, intricate panel mould, and a show-stopping light fixture. The sitting area looks equally inviting with layered rugs and graphic pillows.

Kim Power Style


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Kim definitely achieved a modern farmhouse aesthetic with Metrie Complete Pre-Painted Shiplap and subway tiles, making this one beautiful bathroom. Her bold pick for floor tile definitely makes this a standout bathroom.

Deeply Southern Home

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Leslie’s live edge table serves as the focal point of her moody dining room makeover, which should definitely be a major talking point at her next dinner party. The convex lines in our French Curves Scene I panel mould helps to enhance the beauty of this space.

Shibang Designs

Robyn is certainly a super-mom for being able to multi-task both the pregnancy and birth of her son, as well renovating her sons’ combined kid room and nursery. Using Pretty Simple Scene I baseboard and casing, along with some regional pine trim for her board and batten wall treatment, this room exudes coziness. 

Refashionably Late

Vibrant shibori drapes serve as the inspiration for Ruthie’s living room upgrade. The Fashion Forward Scene II panel mould perfectly frames a richly tufted sofa and a bright patterned area rug.

The Dreamhouse Project

Tash and Kes’s modern kitchen makeover is a chic yet inviting space. We are swooning over their color choice for the Masonite Melrose moulded panel door. This grey door coupled with crisp white trim elements from Option {M} Vintage Industrial, perfectly elevates this design duo’s kitchen.

Vanessa Francis Design

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Vanessa’s multipurpose basement renovation provides tons of extra space, especially when it comes to relaxing in front of the fire. We love how she used our Pretty Simple doors, in a gorgeous black color, to hide away a serene workout space.

We are in awe of each and every one of these transformations! Bravo to each of the featured and guest participants that took on the challenging, yet rewarding task of renovating their space!

In case you missed it, here is a look back at the last six weeks of these design bloggers’ journeys:

The Fall 2017 One Room Challenge Roundup: The Befores
The Fall 2017 One Room Challenge Roundup: Week Two
The Fall 2017 One Room Challenge Roundup: Week Three
The Fall 2017 One Room Challenge Roundup: Week Four
The Fall 2017 One Room Challenge Roundup: Week Five
The Fall 2017 One Room Challenge Roundup: Week Six

Featured designers are selected by Linda Weinstein, from Calling It Home, who is the creator and owner of the One Room Challenge. The featured designers have the option to choose products from the One Room Challenge official sponsors—including Metrie! Guest participants choose to link up their One Room Challenge blog posts each week on Calling It Home, giving us a chance to discover new design bloggers each season.