Bonus Photos: Ellen's Makeover
A new floor lamp and a soothing art piece brighten up a previously dark corner.
The Master Bedroom: The first-floor master suite is a recent addition to the home. The space is accessible from the outside through a ramp that was part of the addition.
A geometric rug softens the redecorated space, while a new reclaimed-wood headboard complements the couple’s existing rustic bookcase. A design priority for this space was to make it cozy and inviting. Above the headboard is a gallery wall of black and white family photos, including pictures of the family’s visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
On top of the bookcase are items with personal meaning, such as prints of vintage firefighter badges and helmets, and vintage dairy bottles.
A Girly Getaway: Pink and purple are the favorite colors of the couple’s older daughter, who is 5 years old. Her existing hot-pink polka dot bedding was the starting point for the rest of the decor.
A fresh coat of blush-pink paint, colorful confetti decals and white drapery panels on top of existing Roman shades freshen up the space. A chevron-patterned beanbag chair and bold accent pillows make for versatile seating options for sleepovers and playdates.
New colorful toy bins keep her things organized.
The couple’s Superman-loving 3-year-old daughter is a fan of aqua and lavender. Jones wanted to make her room as playful and interactive as possible.
“I wanted to add more fun accents to tie together her existing decor,” Jones says. Rainbow-colored triangle confetti decals in the shape of pinwheels add a dash of fun for the adventurous toddler, while bright yellow curtains and pale aqua painted walls tie everything together. “Her room is on the smaller side, and I didn’t want it to feel cluttered,” Jones says. The turquoise beanbag also makes for flexible seating, as in her older sister’s room. A new ceiling fan helps with air circulation.