There's nothing like getting to
decorate a little girl's room...
my husband (God bless 'im) recently pulled the carpet out of our third bedroom and laid down the white-wash wood flooring from IKEA for our daughter's new bedroom, sans crib and diaper changing table (Woo-hoo!!).
I absolutely cannot paint free-hand, but I knew I wanted some kind of cherry tree motif in the room. I ended up finding this adorable wall decal at Amazon.
I painted the walls a pale gray just because I didn't want the room to be too saccharine sweet, since this also doubles as our guest room.
This lamp is dim enough to serve as a nightlight and bright enough as a second light when company comes over.
(IKEA LACK Shelves, Vases, Blomster Flowers)
This was an ugly brown light that'd been hanging in the boys' room, but I actually loved the shape, and was inspired by one I saw at Pottery Barn Kids, so I removed all the crystals and spray-painted it this lovely shade of pink.
The paper pom-poms were made from tissue paper, but I've seen them in kits at Walmart and Hobby Lobby.
(Garnet Hill Feathered Friends Percale Sheets)
The other set of floral sheets you see the pictures at the top are from KOHLS.
I wanted a fun, unique way to display all Makenzie's hair bows and I found this AMAZING Custom Made Tutu bow holder from the Add A Lil Charm Etsy store. She'll custom make whatever colors you need and it even comes with extra ribbons on the back for extra storage.
The knob it's hanging on was from Hobby Lobby.
Definitely, need to give a shout out to Marie D's and luvable creations (she makes bows made to match for Gymboree) for all the cute hair things you see here. LOVE THEM...