So here it is...the PINK room is finally almost done (I still need to do the closet/shelving/dresser).
This poor room has sat empty and unloved since J moved into her new room a few months ago.
We are currently accepting new children, as we would like to add to our family and make Jordan's lifelong dream of siblings come true.
Since we don't know if the new kids will come as an infant or as a sibling group we decided to create a space that would work for one or the other or both.
Plus in the meantime it works well for guests.
Anyway...on to the tour.
I found 2 twin white rod iron beds on Craig's List for $200 mattresses included, barely used.
I have this new affinity for owls right now so I was on the lookout for something owl-ish. I am not typically a "character" or "cartoony" person. But when I saw these comforter sets on clearance for $16 each, I decided they were cute enough and snatched them up. Only to be even more surprised that they were now $11
I wanted to do something simple to just kind of tie in all of the colors. So I found a tutorial online for a cute way to add color for little money, Thanks BlueCricketDesign. Those polka dots are made from scrap book paper...creating 2 paper "fans" and attaching them together to create a circle. Wall art for $10.
I had this huge gold frame and sprayed it white. I bought a bunch of frames from the dollar store and painted them white, then used scrapbook paper and chip board letters to do an Alphabet collage. I love the way it turned out and I super love not having the letters in alphabetical order. $28 for A-D-O-R-A-B-L-E wall art.
I wanted a simple but sweet window treatment so I bought tulle by the spool and cut 15 inch pieces and tied them on a $2 curtain rod. $22 for an adorable-looks-better-in-person valance.
3 blank canvases for $10 and paint I already had and a little imagination for these darling owl silhouettes. I love them, and I am actually rather impressed with myself.