Hello my friends! Did you think I disappeared?
It took me awhile after Christmas to get back into the groove. Am I the only who has no motivation this time of year?
I was looking through some of my past projects when I remembered that I hadn’t shared the unnamed child’s bedroom makeover with you.
She had decided she wanted her room to be a bit more grown up, but maintain a little playfulness to it, so we got to work.
The first thing we did was paint the room the same color that we used upstairs, which was from Pittsburgh Paints in Greystone.
We then used their Wonder-Tone paint since it has a high durability for the trim.
We then painted her black furniture and chandelier white to brighten things up.
Here’s what it looked like before.
And after a little paint and magic…
She wanted to use turquoise and coral as her accent colors, so we spray painted some frames and decorative pieces that we picked up from yard sales.
My friends from Minted sent us this gorgeous Blush Blossoms Art Print, which went perfectly with her color scheme.
My upcycled succulent planter looked perfect next to it.
I bought a letter S (her initial) from Michael’s and glued faux flowers to it and placed it in a vintage frame from Goodwill.
I picked up a couple of pillow covers from Amazon for less than $5 a piece to throw on her chair.
I got the super cute bedding from my friends at Beddingstyle. It is their City Scene Branches Grey Comforter.
Overall we thought it all turned out pretty cute and will all be adult enough for her to take with her when she moves into an apartment.
Christy @ Our Southern Home says
Ashlyn and I both love it! I showed it to her. The chalkboard wall is so cool!!!
Christy@ Confessions of a Serial Do-it-Yourselfer says
Wow SO pretty and light now! LOVE the chalkboard wall and the flower “S”!! XO
Wow, it is really gorgeous! I love what you have done with de room.
Emmerey Rose says
Cool! You did a good job Shanna! I love the new look. So refreshing and youthful. The chalkboard wall is epic! How did you do it?