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ORC Spring2015 Calling it Home

Week Six (The Reveal)

It’s finally here!!!

Thank you to those of you that followed along. If you didn’t, here’s a look back at my previous One Room Challenge posts.

 Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4 | Week 5

The reveals from the challenge are ABSOLUTELY amazing! You should really check them out (#OneRoomChallenge). A huge thank you to Linda from Calling It Home for creating the challenge. It was soo much fun!

This is what I started with:

Jaclyn Colville ORC Week 1.4

Here’s a look at my initial plan for the room:

Jaclyn Colville ORC Inspiration

The photo below was taken last week:

Jaclyn Colville White Wash Brick 2


Things I purchased:
  • Sheets $5.00 – Target
  • Pillow Shams $6.00 – Target
  • Spray Paint $6.00 – Walmart
  • Pillows $60.00 – Walmart/ HomeSense
  • Curtains $15.00 – HomeSense
  • Bed Frame: $20.00 – ReStore
  • Dollar Store Tray $1.15 – Dollar Store
  • DIY: Artwork $33.00 – Michaels
  • Chandelier $9.00 – ReStore

Total Cost: $155.15

Like really…. can you believe I spent $150 for the entire room? WHAT THE!?!? My husband is thrilled haha.

Home Depot Gift Card: 
  • Brick Paneling $177.36
  • Natural Rope $6.00

Total Cost: $183.36

Things I already had: 
  • Mattress
  • Night Stands
  • Lamp Shades
  • Lamps
  • Mirrored Art
  • Trunk
  • Duvet
  • Duvet Cover
  • Throw Blankets
  • Tray
  • Mugs
  • Candles

Overall Total Cost: $338.51

Ok… are you ready?

Welcome to my Guest Bedroom!


 DIY Rope Porthole Mirror – ($8.00) Tutorial to follow




 DIY Canvas Art as shown in Week One ($33.00)




 This photo below was taken with the lights turned off and the lamps turned on. I just LOVE the ambiance of the room.  The brick wall really gives the room soo much character.



 If you’re interested in the brick paneling you can find my tutorial here.



Jaclyn Colville ORC Inspiration




Did you see my Living Room Reveal? Click here.

Until next time,

Jackie xo


  1. dberar says

    Jac you have such a great eye for design! The fact that you could see the end result from a blank room is incredible. Can’t wait to see future posts from you!!

  2. Marty@A Stroll Thru Life says

    Oh my word, how totally amazing is this. I love your gorgeous fabrics and that amazing bed.

  3. Brenda says

    Wow, love the way your room came together. A bit jealous of your bargain finding skills. Who finds curtains for $15.00?

    • jaclyncolville says

      You are so sweet! Thanks Jana:). I just took a look at your reveal as well… WOW! You nailed it. What a stunning transformation. I love all of the plants that you added.

  4. Linda @ Calling it Home says

    Hi Jaclyn, this is a beautiful transformation. I can’t believe your budget…if you did not say that, I would have thought this cost ten times the amount. I love the way you layered everything.

  5. Kathy G says

    looks good. I have this hanging in 3 rooms in my home and wanted to offer up tips for others using the faux brick panels…. hang each panel in opposite directions (match up 2nd panel to first panel then flip it. Short cut brick pieces should match up) Use regular nails to hang then dab nail heads with paint to hide. My panels have been hanging for 6 yrs and still looks good. I have to dust them twice a year they do tend to collect dust.

    • Michael Anthony Cornett says

      Agreed. Bricks come in full and half size…wouldnt be hard to use that same knife to just cut the sheets in that jigsaw-like manner, and connect the pieces at the grout line, which can be puttied over. Wouldn’t really take any extra effort, other than perhaps measurement flexibility with a little extra waste.


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