If you want to be able to go back and get more details from along the way, here are those posts:
week 6 – Reveal the room! (today)
|Hayley Mitchell Violet print|
This corner got the cutest thrifted chair, a plant in a clearance basket and the awesome lights and print. I love how they coordinate so well with each other. The print is so bold and will grow with the girls which makes me happy. The colors couldn’t have been more perfect in here.
|bright lab lights|
|dip dyed tutorial / antelope|
I used lots of what we already had for the shelves. I thrifted a few baskets and trays to fill them in a little.
|frog planter from At Home|
|find joy print|
|Color Cord pendant light cord|
|Brite Light Tribe light box|
The lower shelves are more kid friendly. The crates from Crates and Pallet store their toys and stuffed animals. Their books and things are
on these shelves.
|play with fairies pillow|
|cicada fabric / ‘chill yall’ print by me / ikat fabric|
The rug and rug pad underneath are from Nuloom. It is so soft and beautiful. It’s busy and dark enough to hide the wear and tear of a playroom. I could not be happier with how it looks and how it ties the rest of the room together.
and after from the same spot:
For grins, here’s the to do list:
patch holes and paint ceiling and walls and closet
build platforms for bookcases and bed
prime and paint built ins
wallpaper built in wall around window
build IKEA bookcases
trim built ins
make roman shades
paint art table
diy lazy susan for art supplies
paint bar stools
stain toy crates and desk top
create desk and desk wall
sew day bed pillows
diy large wall art
diy pendant light
install ceiling fan
organize toy storage/ donate all the toys ; )
stage the shelves with toys, books and plants
make the room look amazing with thrifted finds, etsy goodness and DIY’s galore
I’m so happy to finally share it with you and to finally be done! My sweet husband worked so hard on so many parts of the room. Thank you, mister. Thanks mom, for helping me with the wallpaper and for being a caulking queen. Thanks to my friends who have listened to me talk about this room for the last few months… It’s done y’all!
A final thank you to the sponsors that made this room happen. Lets be real, if you hadn’t helped, the room wouldn’t look like this. It would be the close-the-door-and-ignore room it used to be. I’m so grateful to you for giving me a chance!