the before: please excuse the picture quality..cause….it sucks.
so it’s pink and red…
and i didn’t want to do a total overhaul…so i decided to keep the pink and swatch out the red for the gray…
that way i didn’t have to get new bed linens..or rug..
so I painted it gray…
and gave everything a new coat of paint…
and the AFTER….
go here to see the polka dot tuorial
and here to see the new quilt i made
go here to see the butterfly tutorial
need a cheap barbie house? go HERE
to see the paper lantern tutorials go HERE
to see how i turned a top sheet into a bed skirt go here
how i made curtains from a top sheet go HERE
to see the tut on my love letters……go here
if you have a barbie overload go HERE
earring holder tutorial here (this is the what it looked like before it got a paint job)
to see the painted headboard go HERE
to see how i revamped this thrift store frame go HERE
to see how i panted this jar go HERE
for a cheap frame made of styrofoam go HERE
to see the picture hanger go here
to see how i hot glued this wipes box all pretty go HERE
go HERE to see how i took a normal mirror and added a big pink padded frame to it….
to see how i revamped the shadow boxes go here
click HERE to see how i added vinyl to my light fixture
click HERE to see how i printed a picture on book pages
be you tiful frame is HERE
and the audrey hepburn quote is HERE
and for a basic pillow tut go here
and to see the dimensional canvas you can click HERE
Mandy @ Sugar Bee Crafts says
so so cute!!
Trav and Britt says
holy crap, no wonder it took you so long! i love all of it! if i was a little craftier, i would have to try some of it too! maybe i will 🙂 way to be such an awesome, crafty girl!
The update looks awesome, it looks more calm, and it isn't a major undertaking, so very doable for many. I love the painted headboard. Might have to steal that one, my oldest broke her's trying to climb it.
I want to live in this room … And be 10 again so I can fully enjoy it!
That painted headboard is amazing. I love the colors!
Fantastic work. The whole room looks wonderful and super cretaive fun.
It's just gorgeous! Great job!
I love how it turned out! So many amazing details make it just perfect! 🙂
gillian greding says
OH MY GOODNESS! This is a girl's dream come true. You've got mad skills!
Love, Love, Love it! Lucky daughters 🙂
~Jess @ makingoverthemartins.blogspot.com
The girls' bedroom looks GREAT! The pink and grey looks soooo good together and all your details are amazing. The paited headboard rocks and the three dimensional butterflies are cool too!
Good job girl!
Jennifer @ Decorated Chaos
Kassi Mortensen says
So it was looking a little Valentine-y before… haha. But now, it's perfect!!! The grey and the pink are so pretty together and all the details you did!!! LOVE IT!
Love it! What a lovely combination of girly and classy! I adore your lanterns, but its so dusty where we are that seems like a nightmare for me :o) Well done!!!
So pretty, i made those rosette balls for my daughter, man you must have the patience of Job! your tutorial was easy to follow but i was so over making those rosettes! Well done on the room, your girls must be thrilled.
gabrielle belesprit says
Gorgeous! You did all the right things to make the room look so much larger than it is. The painted on headboard on Kameron's bed, the polka dot wall, it's all very dimensional and well-done!
I saw your first posts with the polka dot wall and fell in lovey dovey with it.
We just moved into a new house and it's perfect for my daughter's room.
I'm halfway through, (doing multi colored dots) and I wanted to thank you for sharing this great room transformation with everyone. It completely inspired me and I think you rock. 🙂
Tina (sk8bettyT) says
I love that the gray is so universal of a color that it'll work perfectly as they get older. You can swap out the pink for purple or blue or green or whatever color they fancy.
Now are you available to come here and help me design one room for 3 boys….did I mention I'm in a rental townhome where I can't paint? 😉