Finally I get to share with you today my daughters Big Girl bedroom! I have been working on this bedroom since the first of the year. Then we decided to move and it was put on hold, we sold our house and bought another home and suddenly the project was rushed to be ready for my daughter when we moved into our new house. It has been ready for sometime but as you can see we still have little things to do like baseboard, finish the crown molding, closet doors etc. But I couldn't wait any longer to share, so here it is:
First I have to tell you my initial ideas for this room was to have bright colors, not a specific theme (i.e. princess, a character etc.) and to have an accent wall to make the room pop a little more. I found many rooms on Pinterest that also played a huge part in my inspiration for the room and also my daughter is obsessed with the color pink so that was an important factor in the design decisions.
The closet organizers were made by my very talented father. We still have closet doors to install as well.
The minky blanket at the end of the bed is the blanket that I made and shared a few months back.
Here is the Flower Letter I made awhile back as well.
This gallery wall was so fun to make and put together.
It took quite some time but in the end it was exactly what I was hoping for.
Here is the tutorial to the canvas pictures as well.
This is the bow holder that I shared in a tutorial a while back.
This heart was made from a foam shaped heart and wrapped with pink ribbon. A very simple and inexpensive project.
I sewed this pennant banner and just love how it gives the accent wall a little more of a pop.
Where I got it all:
Accent pillows: I sewed using fabric from Joann Fabrics
Bird Cages: Michael's Crafts
Crown on gallery wall: Hobby Lobby
Love mirror on gallery wall: Hobby Lobby
Frames on gallery wall: Michael's Crafts, thrift stores and Target
Canvas pictures: Tutorial here
Minky Blanket: Tutorial here
Flower Letter Wall Decor: Tutorial here
Pinterest Inspiration: find here
Pennant flag: tutorial here
If you have other questions on where things came from or how I did it just let me know!
Thanks for coming by today and taking a look,