I love my girl’s rooms. I love to decorate kid’s rooms. My kids have had pirate rooms, cowboy rooms, princess rooms, blue and white, pink and white, red and black… you name it and I have done it.
This move was different, my kids are teenagers and decorating a teen’s room is a whole different ballgame. I’m sharing my girls room today because truth be told, my boys room is not yet completed…. errrrrr…. started….. errrrrr….. whatever!
Kid2 wanted to decorate her own and is earning her own money now so she bought most of her own stuff. I was nervous with so much black afraid it would look scary or Goth, but it looks classic and charming instead. We painted her furniture black and are thrilled with the results. I whole heartedly believe in painting furniture or anything that stands still. I am all about the painting it if you don’t like it paint it I always say!
Kid4's bed is my old bed when I was a little girl. We have painted it white about 500 times. To the left of her bed is her antique iron bathtub painted robins egg blue. She nestles into it and watches TV... yeah yeah I know.... TV is bad, but quiet is good... and TV+Kid4=quiet for me! I made these animal sillhouettes last night- I love how they turned out- she picked the animals she wanted.
delicate, sweet colors, love this bed set from Target!
Im sparing you the picture of her red TV... it doesn't match. This is the scene under her TV a little basket holding extra dolls and stuffed animals.
This is her dresser and her baby's bunk bed. The top of her dresser has some extra decorating stuff on it, so Im sparing you the messy site.
This is the storage for her toys, puzzles, Mr. Potato heads, doll clothes, and other things that 4 year olds have! The neighbor gave it to us last year and we have certainly made good use of it. To the left is a little tiny chalkboard that she loves to write her name and draw pictures on it... note the monkey in a little swing
The end. Thanks for looking!