This was a fun project I finished for a client a couple months ago, I finally had the the
chance to get some photos last week. The kiddos were all involved in choosing colors,
bedding, and other elements they liked for each of their rooms. We used several pieces
of furniture and accessories they had, and gave them a fresh look with paint.
Teen girl's room...
These nightstands were a light wood stain, we painted with Rustoleum's Gloss Protective
Enamel in Yellow. The opposite side of the bed has matching nightstand, lamp and print.
From day one this stylish girl requested the netting, I loved her idea!
This formal four poster bed, originally in a dark stain, was in a different room, they were
planning to get rid of it, but since it was perfect for attaching the netting, we gave it a fresh
updated look using Rustoleum's Gloss Protective Enamel in White.
Reading corner and diy lamp shade.
A bulletin board, and Ikea cubes are great for corralling collections.
Young Girl's Room...
This lively room, has a matching twin and sunburst mirror on the opposite side
of the room. The spunky little one loved purple so we kept the existing purple paint
on the lower half of the room and gave it some pizazz by adding some new colors to it.
The vibrant over-sized canvas helped to tie in pink and orange.
We gave this desk and chair they had a fun transformation with paint and new
floral knobs from Hobby Lobby.
Her bulletin boards she had fit in, and we found a shadow box to add to the mix.
We chose a black headboard, flanked by coordinating bookcases and attached Home Depot
outdoor lights. I saw the idea a long time ago in this room by Courtney at A Thoughtful Place,
I loved it and filed it away to use somewhere. We framed some of his baseball prints in Ikea
A slip covered chair in stripes complimented the plaid bedding and red accents.
The lamp shade is a great masculine tweed, and we included two metal bulletin boards
above the desk for interest.
What a FUN project! I couldn't ask for nicer clients to work with,
and they did an amazing job on all the diys I suggested! :)