Home Decor with Uncommon Goods: Our Master Bedroom

This post has been brought to you by Uncommon Goods and contains affiliate links. I was not financially compensated for this post; however, I received products for free. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

When it comes to decorating our home the last room I tend to think about is our master bedroom. Over the years we have purchased a few items here and there but never really focused on completing the overall look of the room. Our first big splurge of course was our vintage inspired bed frame. Then came the side tables and matching lamps.

Our bedroom is still not 100% finished and is honestly still a work in progress. I want to purchase some new curtains that let more light into the space and that aren't so dark like these brown ones as well as hooks to hold back the curtains. I also am on the hunt for two white shams and a new set of sheets, as well as a rug to go underneath our bed to add more texture and color. 

For now I am pretty pleased with how our master bedroom is turning out. Somehow it took an eclectic boho vibe all on its own but I'm not complaining at all. I sort of like it. 

I also have plans for the entrance of our home once the painters finish with new paint job. I am really liking the garden décor and accessories as well as the cute mats for your front door. I like the personalized Mixtape Doormat and the "Neighbors Have Better Stuff" doormat.

I especially am loving the new pieces that my friends from Uncommon Goods sent to me. The wooden eyeglass holder is genius! I don't know how many times a day my husband loses his glasses. Now he has a safe space to put them at night. The wood is crafted beautifully and it truly is a unique piece. My husband thought it was the coolest and most handy thing in the world. 

My favorite piece is the white vase that holds both your cell phone and gorgeous flowers. I had eyed it since my Mother’s Day Gift Idea post which you can read here. I passed on it and regretted it. I am so happy I didn't pass on it again. It's so pretty and comes in two colors (mint and white).

I also am loving the literary inspired candles. They would make a great decor piece or even a nice gift or house warming present. I decided on Pemberley and am so glad I did. Y'all, this candle smells amazing and I couldn't possibly say no to my all-time favorite book and movie Pride and Prejudice. As soon as I opened the jar, the wonderful aroma of lilacs, roses, lilies, hyacinth, and ivy hit my nose. It was as if I were walking outside the gardens of Pemberley in search of Mr. Darcy. Every night before I go to bed I lit the candle and the fragrance fills my room. It's the most delightful scent and comes in three other candle scents: 221B Baker Street, A Mad Tea Party, and Thornfield Garden. I highly recommend that you buy one. You'll thank me later. 

The last item I decided on was this gorgeous Knot Doorstop. It was one of those items on the website that I just kept going back to look at. It would look great in any home from farmhouse to nautical or even bohemian. It's simple but beautifully made. For now it lives next to my custom bench from a local shop here in Washington called "Moo & Em" but sometimes I use it to prop our front door open when it cools down during those warm summer evenings here in Washington.

If you have never heard of Uncommon Goods, you need to check them out! Seriously y'all, they are awesome! They are a privately owned retailer and were founded back in 1999 and headquartered in Brooklyn. They specialize in sustainable gifts, are eco-friendly, case no harm to animals or people, and are safe on the environment. They feature everything from beautiful handcrafted jewelry, to home décor, tabletop items for your kitchen, personalized gifts, and more.  And did I mention that 60% of the items they carry are made right here in the United States? A third of their items are made of recycled or upcycled materials and all of their pieces are unique and absolutely beautiful! I always have a hard time deciding on what to purchase because I want everything on their website!

They are a B Corporation and use the power of business to solve social and environmental issues. The B Seal means that Uncommon Goods meets rigorous standards on a wide range of issues which include wage levels, environmental impact, and giving back to the community. They started the Better to Give program and have donated over $1 million to organizations such as RAINN (Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network), American Forests, Women for Women International, and City Harvest. With every purchase you make, Uncommon Goods donates $1 to the non-profit of your choice. You get to shop and give back to your community at the same time and feel good about it. So shop, shop away my friends! Lets help our community together.

To shop the items that I received for my home go here. I promise that you will fall in love with all the beautiful products that they have. I cant wait to hear what décor items for your home that you like. Feel free to leave me a comment. Thanks for stopping bye and have a wonderful weekend my friends.    

Bed: Bed Frame from Mor Furniture | Quilt was a thrift store find| Velvet Throw from Costco | B&W Fern Print Throw pillow from Target  

Décor: Lamps, side tables, curtains, and faux orchids from Ikea | Vase, Wooden Eyeglass Holder, and Pemberley Candles from Uncommon Goods | Lock and @ sign from Burlington | Wood frames, circular mirror from Target | Wooden Jewelry Box from World Market | Candle Holders from Thrift Store | Set of Mirrors from Home Goods

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