Wowza. This season of the One Room Challenge has some stunners! Over 200 bloggers transformed a space as guest participants and 20 were featured. I looked through all of them and compiled my favorites. Be sure to click over to their blogs to see the full spaces!
Just in case you forgot, I also participated this season! You can catch up on all of my room progress here.
Without further ado, here's a compilation of both guest and featured blogger spaces.
Nicole's guest room and home office combo is so dreamy. I can't decide which I like more - that velvety green wall or the cloud wallpaper.
The Gentry project is coming along so swimmingly! Jenny nailed it with this bedroom. Those DIY curtains and the IKEA dresser hack are such great examples of how furnishings don't need to be crazy expensive to be crazy beautiful.
Megan does it again! This cabin gives me all the feels.
My friend Cathy is restoring her own home in Washington State as well as one that she's dubbed the Porch House. This master bathroom is as gigantic as it is gorgeous. You have got to see the humungous shower that's outside of the frame from this pretty custom vanity.
We all know I'm a sucker for marble hex floors and subway tiles with dark grout. So, Erin is speaking my love language with this bathroom remodel.
Candis and Andy. Period. They really know what they're doing!
That black floor tile and black ceiling! I'd ogle this bathroom even if it weren't designed by my friend, Sarah!
I won't blame Natasha if she never leaves this room of her house.
There was no shortage of gorgeous wallpapers and wall paneling this season. Be sure to click over to each of those images to take a close look at those papers - one has a bird motif and another is covered in dinosaurs! Birds and dinosaurs, people!
While the half wainscoting and half wallpaper look is dreamy, Brittany's bathroom with floor-to-ceiling floral paper (even over the wall outlet) is to die for. She also transformed the rest of the bedroom that you MUST admire.
The artwork and those directors chairs. *thumbs up emoji, Erin!
I wonder if one day I'll live as minimally as Lisa's bedroom. Maybe some day!
While I'm afraid to do this much color in my house, I adore Ariel's style.
More bird wallpaper! And if that weren't enough, Nicole entirely redesigned her office to boot!
The fall ORC was a magnet for beautiful wall treatments. Gwen's molding for her daughters' room is rich!