welcome to my girls’ room! this room has the best view of the house and gets great light!
before we tore our original house down, our plans were to keep a lot of the original details. this room was the original dining room and had the exact layout – even the built-ins and the tongue & groove walls! we had the built-ins remade to have drawers instead of glass front cabinets though because that functions better for a bedroom.
details of the scrappy lampshade hanging over the window seat here.
i love the aqua wall color – so much so that silas’ bedroom is the same color! unfortunately, we left the cans of paint outside through the rainy season and i have no idea what color the paint is!
i made the girls’ bedding before lily was born (8 years ago). the quilt reverses to blocks of fabric on the other side.
i despise closet doors, so we opted for curtains. i still need to add a coat of paint to the valance over the curtains, but I’ve lived with it this way for a few years and it will probably stay this way for a few more ;)
the girls like to move their beds around – sometimes they make them more couch like, sometimes into an L-shape. but side by side is my favorite.
the collection of poofs and paper globes above their beds is my favorite! for several years i have been slowly adding to my paper globe collection for parties, and i realized i had the perfect colors for their room i made giant pons out of gold tissue paper, and added a strand of paper circles glued to baker’s twine. they are attached to the ceiling with teeny command hooks.
this shelf corrals all their goodies and special things. details on the shelf can be found here.
another favorite of mine is the wall of gold frames! some were found that way and some were painted with a mix of deco art paints. the antlers were a thrifting find attached to a coral and gold painted wood plaque. i love the print from nap time diaries!
this radio has been in our kids’ rooms since gracie was born, where norah jones was playing round the clock. it was a great target find. my dad made the bedside table to fit the tiny space and i painted it a glossy grey to match the book shelves.
this chicken wire frame hung before at my desk, but since my girls are getting bigger, and so is their jewelry collection, we moved it in here as a jewelry organizer.
tiny print from red letter words
the mirror was a vanity mirror over the yellow dresser in the entry way, but we just hung it sideways for a full length mirror for the girls. their laundry basket is from land of nod.
the horse head was a treasure i got to have when i helped my sister renovate a family home last year.
have any questions? i’ll do my best to answer them!