I had such a fun time transforming our boring white walled spare room to a precious pink little girl room for my daughter's third birthday. Since we'll need the nursery in a few months for the baby (oh, by the way...it's a BOY!), we decided to make a special room for Brynlee to move in to. Here is a tour of Brynlee's PINK room!
Before. Just boring, nothing special.
After! Totally pink with white accents. I love it! If she won't sleep in it...I definitely will!
The bed. I found this sweet shabby chic comforter at Target for half off..yeah! And I had to get the pink tutu bed skirt! I added my own touch of color with the pillows I made. And the horse was $3 at a garage sale...she loves the horse!
Above the bed I put three white frames (Target clearance) with three separate "pictures" inside that I made. The first is a ballerina leotard with a fru-fru tutu. The second is a flower with a pearl center. The third is a fabric silhouette of Bryn...with a little hairbow of course!
The dresser I also found at a garage sale (it seems like everything was either found at Target or a garage sale). I loved the white color and girly mirror. Of course, I couldn't pass up the pink princess pig (Target) and the chandelier (Ikea) was a must for my little girl's room. The chandelier was only $40...good price and perfect touch to a girly room! I made an easy peasy cover for the ugly cord and chain.
The window in the room has simple white tab top curtains (Bed, Bath, & Beyond) and a pennant banner I made to match the pillows on the bed. I love pennant banners! They are a super simple way to decorate a room.
The other side of the room has a bookshelf (Ikea), toy box (Target), and a Doll house (garage sale). Brynlee loves the doll house and has been playing with it ever since. I was especially excited about the old window and wreath I made to decorate that large wall. My sister in law found the old windows last year and I've been just waiting for the perfect way to use them ( I still have one more!). I love the look of the window on the wall even though my husband still doesn't understand it. I got the idea and tutorial for the wreath at House of Smith's blog. It was super easy, but a little time consuming. I also put small pearls in the middle of each rosette. I am soo happy with how it turned out!
And that concludes our tour of Brynlee's new bedroom. What do you think?