Moulding and wood slats

One Room Challenge Fall/Winter 2021 Week 4

One Room Challenge fourth week is called in my books, “let the terror set in”! Last week I left you with a glimpse of what the room will look at the end. And while I’ve already received the final rendering of the space I’ve designed, I don’t want to spoil the final reveal just yet. And while we wait for this grandiose day, let’s go over some of the main pieces of this room

Check all the previous weeks of the One Room Challenge here:

week 1week 2week 3 | week 4 | week 5


Living on the edge

We wanted to enhance the ceiling in this space by adding a crown moulding. But not any type of moulding! I chose a very minimalist style from Ornamental Decorative Millwork, the 1261 Sawtooth. I love how this style of moulding adds depth to a space. The plan is to paint these moldings the same color as the ceiling (a very calming Kelly MooreSophistication”).

Sawtooth Crown Moulding

Speaking of enhancing, we are creating a slat wood wall with some Woak Boards in 1/2”x 2”x 96”. This is going to give this area a presence of its own while blending nicely with the rest of the room. 

Lighting and Crown Moulding

Glimpse into our lighting

In the closeup of the rendering above, you’ll also noticed the amazing chandelier I’ll be installing soon. You can get a glimpse to it’s sister sconce in my #ORC Fall 2021 highlights over at my Instagram (@glebroninteriors). Both these art pieces are from Hudson Valley Lighting Group from the Pilsen family and once again, I’m mixing two very beautiful metal finishes, bronze and aged brass. This ceiling fixture has that modern look I’m aiming for while evoking the glamour of a classic chandelier. Simply perfection!

Now I’m back to work to this room but don’t forget to check the other amazing participants sharing their room’s updates. Also, let’s connect through my social media channels (InstagramFacebook and Twitter) so you don’t miss any updates on this and other projects.


Gloribell Lebron is an interior designer living in Miami. Her interior design vision has a comfort vibe and an organic approach to space.

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