My youngest daughter's room has had a dramatic transformation since we moved in, here are some before photos:
Very vanilla and bland! So my 7 year old chose a paint color (get ready...it's a little BRIGHT!) but it turned out cute I think...
Hannah chose a turquoise blue for the walls- her bedding is black and white with accents of pink and other bright colors.
Fitting both twin beds and a nightstand was a little tight in this small room, but we made it!
This pink ruffle pillow is a favorite...
The headboards are vintage with a distressed finish I found them on Anna Maria Island at a thrift shop...so cute on the turquoise wall.
Hannah is my little artist, so all of the artwork (with one exception) are her original paintings and drawings, this one over the bed is a painting she did of our dog, Beau.
This is her "gallery wall" where we have hung other framed pieces of art above the wall with her vintage white dresser...we need to "tidy up" this area don't you think?
While "mom" added a little coastal touch to her nightstand and would LOVE to totally "coastal-ize" her entire room- (wouldn't it be fabulous with all that turquoise and white!?) this is HANNAH'S room, so we will keep it the way SHE likes it! I think children's rooms should reflect the style and interests of the child who lives there.
Here's her cute hooks with brightly painted fish and all her scarves and bags...soo cute! Well, her room has turned out well so far, I still need to address her windows-
I am on the lookout for valance/scarf ideas, so let me know if anyone has any suggestions!
This post has been shared with Between Naps on the Porch's Metamorphosis Monday