We recently gave my daughter’s bedroom a mini-makeover.
Here was how it looked a few months ago:
And here is how it looks now.
We kept the same color scheme, but the most obvious change is the wallpaper.
The floral wallpaper is from Claire Bella Studio, and it’s called Bloom Blush (and if you place an order now through the end of May, you can get 20% with the code SARAFAN).
The silhouette is a DIY project I did, and it only cost me $3. I’ll share that tutorial very soon!
The furniture was a Craigslist find from over four years ago. I painted it with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint (on of my first chalk paint projects), and it has held up really well.
The comforter is from Beddy’s. Lena begged for her own zip-up bedding after seeing her big brothers’ bedding (you can see more on that HERE). The striped sham and floral pillow were handmade by my mom, and the bedskirt is from Target.
The wallpaper is busy, so very little wall decor is needed in this space. I love the paper because it is so colorful and happy. I tell Lena that it is always spring in her room.
Lena is really into creating (which I love of course), and this little sign is just the sweetest. I am not really sure why she is asking “Where is the Beast” other than she’s obsessed with Beauty and the Beast right now.
Just to show you that a little girls room can never look this perfect, here is the photo editing corner. This is everything I removed from her room for the photo shoot (and I won’t open the closet for you)!
I love to decorate kids rooms because you can color outside the lines and have fun!