I’m so excited to FINALLY be sharing the girls’ room makeover we did. We’ve been in the house since last summer, and although you’d think it was plenty of time to get one of the kids’ bedrooms done, we’ve been so busy with other things.
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The main other thing was getting downstairs looking nice since that is the place we spend most of our time. Now that it’s mostly done on the first level, we’ve slowly started working on the second level. I had hoped to have the girls’ room done earlier this year, but I got pregnant and have been so sick which means all extra projects were pushed to the side. Fortunately, I am feeling loads better and cannot wait to share more details about the bedroom as well as some decorating ideas for kids’ rooms. Before we got started, we had to assess the situation and figure out the room the girls would be in. The girls wanted to have a turquoise room, but this wasn’t the right shade of blue.
We also wanted to get rid of the tan wall, so we ended up painting the room Sherwin Williams SPA. We had used the same paint color in their room in Texas and already knew we loved it. From there we worked on the layout and decided on having two single beds instead of bunk beds. We were able to find reasonably priced white beds at American Furniture Warehouse, which happens to be just a few miles from our home (a lot of their furniture is available online if you don’t live close to one). The little stand in between the beds was from AFW as well. The desks and floating bookshelf were found on Amazon. The last piece of furniture was their dresser, which we got from IKEA. After we nailed down furniture, we focused on decor. We had the gallery wall of cute prints and signs in Texas and added another one to this room. The items were bought from all over the place and vary from free prints found via Pinterest to Etsy shops and Hobby Lobby.
I also found the vintage windows at a thrift market and found the letters to go on top of them at Hobby Lobby. The cork boards and chicken wireframes above the dresser were found at Hobby Lobby. I also wanted to make things a little more cherry and added the bunting banners on the beds and walls. To do that I just found coordinating scrapbook paper and Chipboard Pennant Banners at Hobby Lobby (also found on Amazon) I traced the pennants onto the scrapbook paper, cut them out and then mod podged them on. I finished off the beds with felt ball banners that I picked up from Jaxn Blvd. As you can see from the pics below we are all about bright and fun and we love how everything came together! All about bunting banners! Another statement piece in the room was the fan. It’s been perfect for the girls’ room and we loved it so much we also bought it for one of the other bedrooms. Last, but certainly not least, is the bedding.