It’s done!! The girl’s bedroom is finally finished. I’m really happy with the way it turned out and I think the layout works so much better for them. I skipped last week’s post (sorry!), but the room was almost done and I didn’t want to give away the whole thing too early. So here’s my finished One Room Challenge…
WARNING post is mostly photos! For the previous weeks, check out these posts:
Do you remember where we started? Here’s the before:
The beds got moved to a different wall and the furniture was rearranged.
I had orginally made the large “Grace changes everything” sign for my dining room but decided that I liked it better in this room. I think it’s such a great for the girls to see everyday…a reminder to not only have grace for others but also for themselves.
I added some wooden beads to the chandelier to give it a little more weight in the space. I felt like it just disappeared before.
The baskets hold all the toys and have been helping them keep their room a little cleaner. It won’t be this clean for long, but they have been doing a much better job lately!
I found the lamp at Goodwill for $2 and used some Rub’n Buff on the base.
I like to use distressed pieces in kid’s rooms. They can’t mess up something that is already worn!
Here’s a better picture of the light.
I always tell my clients to wait until we add in some plants before judging a room. Plants make such a huge difference and finish off a room. I spent less than $10 for all the flowers in this room and eucalyptus will dry and last for a really long time.
Unfortunately a lot of the room was things I found at thrift stores, local shops, or Homegoods, however, here are some of the items I purchased recently for the room:
RESOURCES (some are affiliates, you can find my full disclosure HERE)
Watercolored Picture – Target
Arm Lamp – Ikea
Now be sure to head over to Calling It Home blog for more One Room Challenge reveals!