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Renovations and Progress/ #1 gets a new space of her own

Monday, October 31, 2016
When we first looked at this house I fell in love with this little room and I immediately knew it would make the perfect bedroom for our oldest daughter. It is completely separate from the other bedrooms in the home and it can be closed off from the rest of the house. There is a hallway door that shuts off this end of the house which includes her own bath and soon to be den one day. What more could a tween want!?!
Before

The room was carpeted and there was some water damage in here so the first thing we did was tear out the old carpet. I painted the floor with Sherwin Williams Porch and Floor Paint in Whitetail 
Then we painted the walls, doors and trim in Sherwin Williams Super Paint in Extra White. 
Here is the After
The Extra White and Whitetail brightened up this once very dim lit room and now it feels light and fresh in here and perfect for my girl. 
I added natural bamboo roman shades to the windows for warmth and texture and also these cotton curtain panels to balance the window behind the bed. 
The Moravian Star pendent is my favorite part of the room since I have always wanted to incorporate one in to our homes design. 
The bed is HERE from Wayfair and we both absolutely love it! Its really the perfect bed for this space. The bedding is a mixture of some of my favorite IKEA essential pieces, Ballard Designs, Homegoods, Anthropologie and her favorite...this pillow from Taisa Silecky's shop on Etsy.
While searching for bedding for her space I came across Taisa's shop and fell in love with just about every piece she had listed! 

One day this little nook between her closets will be the cutest little window seat but until then it is the perfect spot for her computer and Lego creations. 
Im still on the hunt for right dresser for this spot. Something small that will fit perfectly under the  mirror. I'm still searching!
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1 comment on "Renovations and Progress/ #1 gets a new space of her own"
  1. I love every single thing about this room. What a lucky girl.

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