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Girls’ Bedroom Before & Inspiration
So you might remember this quick weekend project for the girls’ bedroom that instead took six months to complete… all thanks to the crazy delays for everything and maybe our slightly overambitious attitudes for what we actually can accomplish in a weekend! This post explains the inspiration and (gross) before pictures, and see the progress highlight here. We wanted to create a girly bedroom for Elliott and Eloise’s shared bedroom in an attempt for our new house to feel more like home for them.
This room… it makes my heart happy every time I am in it! I am so proud of how the girls’ bedroom came out. Plenty of whimsy and girly touches, lots of color and pattern, just perfect for our middle two girls.
Dustin had the brilliant idea to do a cork board in the cutout next to the closet and it is the sweetest addition! I grabbed four sheets of thick cork that he nailed in. It is the perfect place for our little artists to display their creations! My mother in law was so kind to reupholster the sad and worn bench cushion cover in a durable Sunbrella tweed fabric (linked similar). That bench opens up for amazing storage for all the girls’ junk that ends up in their room.
Can you even believe the girls’ bedroom from what it was?!
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2. Floral Sheets/Gold Dot Sheets
4. Bubble Chandelier (another similar here, and here)
5. Pink Rug
7. Butterfly Mirror (similar here)
10. Walls: Faint Coral by Sherwin Williams / Trim: Snowbound by Sherwin Williams
What’s your favorite part of the room?
Photos by Richard Alvarenga
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