When we first moved into our house, I realized it was a great opportunity to re-do my daughter’s bedroom. She was moving from infancy to toddler-hood and I wanted to give her something a bit more bright and fun. Well, only a year and a half after moving into our house, her room is done. Tada!
I loved playing around with the contrasting colors of turquoise and hot pink. My original inspiration came from a shirt she used to wear. It was turquoise with pink, yellow, and lime green ruffles at the bottom.
|Do you like how you can see my shadow in this picture?|
One of my favorite areas in the room is this gallery wall. I looked around for weeks to find enough matching pieces. I found things at thrift stores, craft stores, and even things we already had. I also made some original art (see my scripture art how-to here).
|Since this picture was taken, I’ve added a picture of her baby brother 🙂|
Covering up the baby monitor was a bit of a challenge, but my husband helped me hang lanterns up over the crib to help cover it up. It’s a video monitor so we needed to not restrict the line-of-sight.
What do you think? I am so pleased with how it turned out.