master makeover

16 November 2016

Have you ever heard the saying that the state of your master bedroom is a direct reflection of your marriage? I have and I think it's kind of silly. Maybe it's holds some truth (maybe) but I don't think it's any sort of hard and fast rule. Also - I'm not a marriage counselor or mental health professional so what do I know? Anyway, I've blogged a bit about we've been going through the house room by room and slowly but surely redoing them as budget and our limited decor skills allow.


We are huge fans of Leesa Mattresses and already have two that we love (especially Simon who has a bad back) and were so excited to get to try out one of their new luxury mattresses: the Sapira by Leesa. We were so bummed when we had to put our Leesa up in the guest room because it was the only mattress that fit in the fold up bed and Simon's been talking about getting a new Leesa for us for months so the timing was perfect to try the Sapira. We figured if we were getting a new mattress we may as well finally overhaul the entire room. Here's a little before pic (the only I could find) ...


The photo doesn't convey how blue the walls were and while they weren't terrible we painted them light grey with the wall behind the bed a super dark navy/almost black and loved the difference it made.

I also painted the dresser a matching navy and moved it up against one of the grey walls.


Sapira and baby photobomb.

So the Sapira mattress was created with the same thoughtfulness and engineering that went into the Leesa, but it's actually a hybrid mattress which means it combines the incredible cooling and contouring memory foam layers which makes the Leesa mattress so great, with a base layer of pocket springs, for a new level of support and luxury.

I was happy to see that the Sapira came in the same convenient and compact box that the Leesas had come in which made for quick and easy unpackaging ...


... with lots of help from our resident helpers ...

 

watching it unfold and puff up before his very eyes ...


Bosco approves.


So does Phoebe and her enthusiasm for her favorite nursery rhyme about certain monkeys jumping on the bed ...

And for full disclosure virtually all the photos look like the one above but Simon snagged the below during a rare moment of relative peace ...


Bosco exercising his right to read about trucks instead of wheels on a bus. You do you, B.

I've said it before but I'll say it again: Simon isn't picky about much but he is particular about mattresses because of his back and both our Leesa and Sapira pass his test with flying colors. He's sleeping better than he had been on our old mattress and they've definitely made lifelong customers out of us.

If you need a new mattress but you're on the fence, Sapira offers a 100-night risk free trial. If you don't love it - they'll arrange to come pick it up from your house. Pricing for the Sapira starts at $975 and all sizes are priced below $2000. Sapira is the first true luxury hybrid mattress that can be ordered online and shipped directly to your home. Free shipping in the U.S.!

Also! If you need a new mattress but you're on the fence click here! and use code: CAMPPATTON200 to get $150 off your Sapira mattress AND get a $50 Amazon gift card on both Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Many thanks for reading and a big thank you to Sapira for sponsoring this post!

19 comments:

  1. Love it! What's the exact color and paint you used for the dark navy? I want to do that on one wall in my living room!

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    1. Midnight Blue by Behr in eggshell (I used a cheaper brand of paint in the same color for a different project and the color was off but it may have just been the guy mixing my paint!)

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  2. I am totally interested but am wondering how soft it is? We have a super soft mattress (Trump hotel line haha!) now but want something even softer.

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    1. I'd say the Leesa is softer than the Sapira but I wouldn't classify them as super soft - I'm sorry!!

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  3. We got a Leesa because of your last sponsored post--I'm a new mom to a NICU grad so getting a new mattress without taking the baby to a store was a lifesaver.

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    1. oh yay! Congrats and so happy your baby is out of the NICU :)

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  4. So these mattresses dont require a box spring!??!?!

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    1. you can use with or without (Julia has a boxspring on her bed - we don't) :)

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  5. I love the makeover! Where is your bed frame from?

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    1. Amazon! It's called the Devonshire Platform Bed (I've seen it on Overstock.com occasionally too :))

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  6. LOVE!! Super cute decor, you did a great job!
    DROOLING over your nightstand and dresser.
    YUP I am going be the annoying comment-where from??
    :)

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  7. Oh I really, really hope that my master bedroom is not a direct reflection of my marriage! :-o

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  8. Love the new dresser/nightstand combo! The room re-do looks so great! :)

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  9. Curious....which mattress do you prefer? Do you like the Sapira over the Leesa? If you had to purchase a new mattress for yourself right now, which would you pick?

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    1. I like firmer mattresses so I'd say the Sapira but I was really happy with the Leesa too! It's just a little softer :)

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  10. The state of your bed is the state of our head! That's what I've always heard!!

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  11. The state of your bed is the state of your head! That's what I've always heard!!

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