The Fall 2017 One Room Challenge Roundup: Week Three

October 20, 2017
by The Finished Space

This week marks the halfway point of Calling It Home’s Fall 2017 One Room Challenge and we’re checking in on each design blogger’s progress.

Design details are starting to come together, and we’re starting to get a sense of how the rooms will shape up in the end.

So who’s been working on trim and moulding during week three? Let’s find out!

There’s been a lot of progress at Coco + Jack this week, plus Alyssa and Steve share the design plans for some eye-catching built-ins.

Hat Tip: Coco and Jack

Alyssa and Steve shared an updated to-do list for their family room at Coco + Jack this week. Alyssa also posted plans for their customized built-ins, featuring shiplap and panel mould. We can’t wait to see their plan executed in real life!

Over at Sugar and Cloth, Ashley Rose revealed the design inspiration for her master bedroom makeover. We love the mid-century accent furniture she picked out, which is sure to pop out against our True Craft doors.

Brittany’s Metrie order has arrived for her master bedroom, and installation is about to begin! The Metrie Complete pre-painted shiplap is going to be a huge feature in the room which maybe we’re biased, but we love this idea! Brittany decided for a slight twist on the traditional application: she’s taking the shiplap vertical! We’re keeping our fingers crossed for picture updates next week.

Brittany is ready to hunker down in the master bedroom to install Metrie’s Complete Pre-Painted Shiplap.

Hat Tip: The Makerista

Gwen and Micah made some major headway on their daughter’s new bedroom this week. On the installation side, Micah demoed the old trim to make room for upgrades from Metrie, including finishings from our Pretty Simple and Very Square Collections. Gwen was busy picking out lighting and local artwork to complement their daughter’s own creative streak.

Kelley’s bedroom is taking shape as she painted over the walls and trimwork in her master bedroom for a sophisticated, monochromatic look. Despite some measuring snafus, she’s well on her way to styling the space to perfection.

Kim’s bathroom renovation faced some hurdles this week, but it is already looking spectacular. After fixing some uneven drywall around the bathtub, she started laying the subway tile. Next up? Installing shiplap to the other walls (yes!).

Leslie’s dramatic dining room got a whole new level of elegance this week with the addition of panel mould from our French Curves Collection. We know it’ll pop even more once it’s primed and painted.

Vanessa’s updated basement design concept this week included her furniture, fabric, and wall color picks. She also shared the black Benjamin Moore paint she’ll be using for her three Pretty Simple doors!

Now let’s take a look at what everyone else has been working on this week.

Home GirlAshley is looking to fill her renovated space with pillows, decorative art, a buffet-style television stand, and a DIY wall sconce!

Boxwood Avenue: Chloe received a big surprise this week with lighting fixtures for her dining room that were much larger than expected!

The Pink Pagoda: Jennifer shared her inspiration palette featuring blue and white accents, natural wood, and green and white fabric.

The House That Lars Built: While Brittany kept her office’s new “bold color palette” under wraps this week, she did share her picks for furniture and accessories.

Simply Grove: We got to see Kirsten’s purchases for her in-laws’ living room, which included velvet drapes and dramatic lighting.

Harlow & Thistle: Andrea perfected her wall stencil process this week, providing a graphic statement we love.

This Little Estate: Channeling her their inner Chip and Joanna, it was demo week at Art and Bethany’s project. Out with the old so the new can come in just a couple weeks!

Refashionably Late: Ruthie let us in on her latest living room purchases, including a traditional tufted sofa and some modern ghost nesting tables.

The Dreamhouse Project: Tash and Kes explored the benefits of adding quartz countertops to their kitchen renovation, but they’re keeping their final pick a surprise for now!

Shibangs DesignShedding some light on new beginnings as she prepares for her son’s arrival, Robyn uses yellow accents and a bucket style pendant light to give this remodeled room just the right touch of delicacy and coziness.

In case you missed it, here is a look back at the first two weeks of these design bloggers’ journey:

In case you missed it, here’s the full recap 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 Four
The Fall 2017 One Room Challenge Roundup: Week Five
The Fall 2017 One Room Challenge Roundup: Week Six
The Fall 2017 One Room Challenge Roundup: Final Reveals