I have made a point of making my daughter's room a priority though and I am thrilled to show you pics!!! It all came together this morning when I hung up the last of the fabric garland... what do you think?
|All finished!!! Ry's room turned out a lot like I envisioned... a little random and a LOT colorful!|
The garland was inspired by this awesome tutorial: Purlbee Party Garland
I used fabric scraps that I already had - such a thrifty decoration!
This turquoise shelf was $9.99 at Michael's and then I painted it turquoise using acrylic craft paint. The vinyl decals were $12.99 at Target - unfortunately my daughter saw that they're 'stickers' and keeps trying to pull the lower ones off the wall!!!!
|Her 'big girl' bed that she started sleeping in the 2nd night we|
were in our new house! We found the adorable bedding
at Target for only $39!
|I had the basket and used it for craft shows and the local farmer's market in our old town - works|
perfect with her books & a few bedroom toys
|The lamp is a thrift store find from a couple years back - I just added ribbon trim to the shade and looped some of the fabric garladn to the top.|
|The turquoise shelf is an antique store find that I spray painted. The three birds hanging from it are Christmas ornaments that I found in December at World Market.|
|This is just a simple Ikea dresser from years ago but I found the adorable turquoise knobs |
at TJMaxx last week for $12.99!
|This is a blackout panel purchased at Target for $15.99. I'd still like to embellish it with some jumbo white rick rack trim but the fabric garland looks cute too (I need to iron these - oops!)|
|This was a Christmas gift from Grandma but I waited to hang it until we got to our new house|
|The reading area... the glider will go to baby #2's room down the road but it works great for snuggles and reading time before naps and bedtime. The quilt was knitted by Grandma Jan - another great homemade accent!|