The Spring 2017 One Room Challenge Roundup: Week Three

April 21, 2017
by The Finished Space

Welcome back! It’s week three of Calling it Home’s Spring 2017 edition of the One Room Challenge. The design bloggers are halfway through this six-week challenge, and they’ve made great progress. Let’s take a peek to see how far they’ve come!

Trimspiration Progress


Joanna began installing the wall treatment this week in her living room and dining room. She also installed our Fashion Forward doors, and they look great in this space. We are excited to see how this room comes together.


Jen and her husband Sean got off to a slow start this week when Sean had an incident with their table saw, but they didn’t let that slow them down. They painted their living room and used trim elements from our Very Square Collection to add life to their walls. Head to Jen’s blog for a full list of interior finishings used in this space.


Old Brand New One Room Challenge Update Week 3

Hat tip: Old Brand New

Dabito installed panel mould and chair rail this week, and we love how it looks in his dining room. Can someone please help us track down that light fixture? We have a thing for yellow decor!


Metrie French Curves Finishing Collections

Andy and Candis, of Old Home Love, made decisions about paint colors, furnishings, and moulding for their master suite this week. We can’t wait to see how trim elements from our French Curves Collection will look on their ceiling. The above picture comes from our website and served as their inspiration.


Glitter Guide One Room Challenge Update Week 3

Hat tip: Glitter Guide

This week, Caitlin’s master bedroom really started to come together with new baseboard and crown moulding. She loves them so much she wants them throughout her entire home.


Erin made a lot of progress in her daughter’s bedroom and bathroom in week three. She put up wallpaper, painted, and ultimately decided to add crown moulding to the room. Who else is loving this cactus wallpaper?!


Sarah Walker, of The Curated House, has made great progress this week on the IV Suite in the Docere Institute of Wellness. We are so excited to see how she uses our panel moulding, casing, and baseboard to create an elegant and sophisticated space for patients.


Joann and her husband installed our French Curves Scene II casing and Ikons around the window and doorway in their dining room this week. And we absolutely adore the result! On a side note: how fabulous is her cabinet?


Burlap & Lace One Room Challenge Update Week 3

Hat tip: Burlap & Lace

Shannon Claire is making progress on her master bedroom. We are looking forward to seeing how interior finishings will transform this space.

More ORC Progress Updates:

Erica Reitman: Erica made drastic changes to her guest house this week using paint and wallpaper.

Chris Loves Julia: This week Chris and Julia saw the wallpaper in their nursery transform their space.

Lark & Linen: Jacquelyn continues to be excited about her living room, especially as more products continue to arrive for her space.

Christine Dovey: Christine focused on texture in her basement renovation. She made decisions about wallpapers and paints.

The Pink Pagoda: Jennifer chose window treatments for her living room and dining room space. She also had hardwood flooring installed.

Life at Cloverhill: Amanda made more progress on refinishing her dresser, and she made new lamps for her master bedroom. Her interior finishings also arrived this week.

Erin Williamson: Erin is now without a sink, but making progress with her kitchen remodel. This week she’ll be painting.

Vanessa Francis Design: Vanessa is picking up her desk chair for her home office as well as ordering her art, rug, hardware, and crown moulding.

Cassie Bustamante: Cassie painted the walls in her stairwell this week, which was quite the undertaking.

The Honeycomb Home: Roxanne’s focus for week 3 was looking into different shelves and art for her walls in her bedroom. She also noted that she installed the crown moulding as well.

Bigger Than the Three of Us: Ashley continues to make plans for her entryway space. She figured out a way to get rid of the Scroll Stairway Railing.

Madness & Method: Nicole redid the counter in her brother’s bathroom this week, and it made a big difference in the look and feel of the space.

Thanks for checking in, and we look forward to seeing you next week!

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

The Spring 2017 One Room Challenge Roundup: The Befores

The Spring 2017 One Room Challenge Roundup: Week Two