Chelsea Meissner's 1960s ranch house perfectly reflects her free-spirited, bohemian sense of style — but it wasn't always that way. When she initially purchased the South Carolina property, the Southern Charm hairstylist knew that it needed a "little facelift" before it could fully feel like home.
Cue a six-month gut renovation, which saw every room overhauled with painstaking attention to detail. And after Chelsea and her interior designer, her fellow Survivor alum Kim Spradlin Wolfe, put in plenty of elbow grease, the rooms are pretty much unrecognizable from their original condition. Case in point: The bedroom.
Chelsea recently shared before-and-after images of the room, and boy, has she made her mark on it. Now, Chelsea's master bedroom is a Costa-Rican-inspired sanctuary covered in palm-print wallpaper, light-wood accents, and a surf board. There's even a collection of shells to add a little more beach-style flair. (See more of it in the video above.)
But before that, the room was just a blank canvas begging for a little imagination. Take a peek at the striking before-and-after photos, below:
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