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01/28/2013

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Cindy

Such a sweet room, turned out perfectly! Love the black & white with pop of pink!
Visiting from Met Monday...
Cindy

Shelley @ Calypso in the Country

She is adorable and I love how her room turned out...so much personality!
-Shelley

Debbie

This is the cutest room...ever... and so is your darling daughter.

Cynthia Christensen

Adorable!
Will Hannah receive patrons for her art?
Love the room, What about taking a set of the black patterned sheets on the beds, line with the heavier fabric (To give substance) and use fushia for pull backs. To make it a little more 'girly' you could ruffle the bottom of the curtains. Would be fun if Hannah would paint on a piece of silk. Think scarf. Turn that into a pillow for the beds. Whatever you do, you've done a wonderful job and I'm sure your choice for the drapes will be lovely.

Stacey

Absolutely adorable!

Kelly @ JAX does design

I love Hannah's room! The bright turquoise walls are the perfect backdrop for the white furniture and colourful art & accents. So great that you framed Hannah's artwork to display in her room :-)

I think I'd do one box valance that goes across both windows. Maybe in white, with strips of pink & black grosgrain ribbon along the edges to dress it up and tie in with the bedding.

Susan @ Afford Your Passions

What a cute room, and what 7 year old wouldn't want that room? Love the bright walls!

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