Happy Hump Day!
Today, I want to share some of the details of our girl’s room with you. :) So here we go!…
I had originally gotten it to use in Adam and Eli’s room, and it resided there for almost a year. But when we decided to host our girl this past spring, we moved it down to her room (previous playroom,) and we built Adam and Eli some bunk beds.
I love the old fashioned look of this new bed. And I love the contrast it provides with the soft pinks in the room and the floral bedding.
Speaking of the bedding, I got the floral quilt and pillow shams, the bedskirt, and the butterfly pillow at HomeGoods. I purchased the sheets from Steinmart, the Hotel Collection. They are my all time favorite sheets! AMAZINGLY SOFT!
The white blanket bedspread was my mom’s, and I LOVE using it on our girl’s bed.
The bedside table was also a Goodwill find a couple of years ago that I purchased for $6.50. I originally thought I would paint it, but I love the “worn” look and decided to leave it alone. We’ve had it in our master bedroom since then, but I decided to move it into our girl’s room to add some “old” to the “new” in the room.
Instead of using a reading lamp on the table, I decided to hang this sconce instead. It was about $6.oo from Lowe’s, and we actually hung it upside down. I was going to use a different glass globe, but decided to keep this one because I like the way it looks old and reminds me of my childhood. I love the scalloped edge of the glass.
I started a gallery wall, and will probably be adding to it. The sign is from Hobby Lobby and the mirror was from Kirklands. I added the pink bow to the top of the mirror just to make it look a little feminine.
I got the bench at the Habitat Restore a couple of years ago, and it was a forest green color. I spray painted it aqua last year to use on our back patio, and I was going to repaint it to put in our girl’s room, but when I placed it in her room, I kind of like the color it already was, so I left it alone! It got the little pink crocheted blanket from Goodwill this past Spring. I thought it would be fun for her to wrap her dolls in. :)
One of my very favorite things in the whole room is this custom-made sign I got from one of my favorite Etsy store’s, Between You and Me. The words are lyrics from one of my favorite Stephen Curtis Chapman songs called Fingerprints of God. He wrote it for his daughter when she was experiencing self-esteem issues as a teen, but it really spoke to me when thinking about how God perfectly created our daughter to be a part of our family. I see HIS fingerprints all over her and all over the path that led us together.
When looking for window treatments, I got a little creative. I used two shower curtains from Target to create my curtains. I saw the fabric of the shower curtain, and new it would be perfect for the room, but they were not long enough. So I purchased two shower curtains and cut a couple feet off the bottom of one of them and hot glued it to the bottom of the full length one. Then I took that full shower curtain with the new bottom attached, and I cut it in half right down the middle to make two panels. The outside seams where already there, so I used my hot glue gun again and an iron to create the inside seams on the other side.
If you look closely, you can see the seams where I hot glued the bottom part on to make them window treatments longer..
I bought the oil rubbed bronze curtain rod from Walmart (to match the bed,) and I bought white floral shower curtain rings from Target to hang the new window treatment.
The brown seat under the window was a Goodwill find many years ago, and I purchased most of the stuffed animals from Goodwill as well (and gave them a good washin’ in the washing machine!)
For details about the wood flooring, click HERE.
Lastly, the deer and hearts prints 50% off at Hobby Lobby.
The pink door…..well…..I’ll tell you about that little “gem” tomorrow. It is something that I found this past week, and I was waaaaaaayyyyyyy too giddy about! Can’t wait to share the story with you!
If you have any questions, or if I left anything out, just leave a comment and let me know!
What is your favorite part of this room?