Brynn’s Big Girl Room

  • brynn room41/4
  • brynn room32/4
  • brynn room23/4
  • brynn room14/4

A Project For

Brynn

Age

3

Location

Ohio

Description

I knew I wanted to make my daughter's "big girl" room bright and cheerful to match her personality.  

Design Inspiration

I saw several ideas on Pinterest that inspired me, but I mainly just used the bedding from Target as my palette and went from there.  The room was already painted the tiffany blue color (which I loved), so I left the walls  just as they were.

Decorating Style

mix of transitional and modern

Project Details

Headboard: Target.com
Bedding: Target
Rug: Walmart
Chair: Target.com
Frames: Cut It Out website, Hobby Lobby, Target, and miscellaneous ones laying around the house that I painted
Lamp: IKEA (base spray painted)
Chandelier: IKEA
Curtains: Target
Paint color: Custom matched by Sherwin Williams to a box that I had

Favorite Items

The wall of frames

45 Comments

  1. 1

    Love the chair and headboard. I plan to make a headboard like that for my daughter when she is older.

  2. 2

    Is that a toddler chair? could you tell me what the name was? thanks!

  3. 3

    Love the paint color!!! Its so soft. Would you happen to have the formula written on the can that you can pass along?

  4. 4
  5. 5

    Heather,

    Heather: Here is a pic of the formula from the can: http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7238/7040719257_5a94f1c790.jpg

  6. 6

    rxjenna,

    Great! Thanks!

  7. 7

    Thank you!!

  8. 8

    This is the CUTEST room ever! Love it so much!

  9. 9

    So Cute!!! Brynn is a very lucky little girl.

  10. 10

    The room looks perfect!!!! What an inspiration for kids’ rooms. Where did you get the white book shelves? The size of the ledge looks like it would be perfect for my son’s room. Thank you!! (And… any suggestions on how to hang frames so perfectly spaced? It’s awesome!!)

  11. 11

    Room looks great – love the fact it is so coloful. Maybe my infpiratin when I do Gabi’ s big girl room!

  12. 12

    This is just gorgeous, Jenna!

  13. 13

    I just adore the room Jenna!

  14. 14

    This room is absolutely gorgeous, Jenna!

  15. 15

    Beautiful. Love this!

  16. 16

    Hi! Where did the lovely round frame and cork board come from?

  17. 17

    Emily,

    They are both from Hobby Lobby. Hope that helps!

  18. 18

    Erika,

    The shelves are actually DIY rain gutter shelves. Here is the tutorial we used: http://raisingolives.com/2009/07/raingutter-book-shelves-tutorial/

    As for spacing, I laid them out on the floor until I got the basic layout that I liked. Then I took a picture of it with my phone so I had a reference to go by. I had my husband hang while I orchestrated. He was a huge help :)

  19. 19

    Awesome! Thanks!

  20. 20

    I love teh colors, similar to my baby’s room color. Saw that bedding at target, too. I also love the frames, including that one around the cork board. You said you painted some. What type of paint did you use and did you prime first? Spray paint, acrylic?

  21. 21

    Such a beautiful room! I love the color scheme! Great job, mama!

  22. 22

    Do the frames from cut it out frames have glass? Great room!

  23. 23

    Bridgett,

    Nope, no glass. I think read on their website that just stopped providing glass for their frames.

  24. 24

    I’m looking int ideas and love the room you’ve designed. I looked on Target.com and ffound the Tufted Headboard and Bed. This is only the headboard, correct? What kind of bed frame did you use? TIA

  25. 25

    Kathy,

    Yes, it is only the headboard. We just used it with a standard bed frame that screws to the headboard.

  26. 26

    how did you do the alphabet?

  27. 27

    melissa,

    I just created an 8×10 file on Powerpoint and typed the alphabet. Changed up the colors and fonts, and that was it!

  28. 28

    rxjenna,

    Hi Rxjenna,

    I was wondering if you could help with the corkboard and the fabric bird frames? I can’t see them on Hobby Lobby. Were they always frames?

    Thank you so much!!

  29. 29

    Kate,

    Both frames were purchased in store at Hobby Lobby at the end of March. I’m not sure if they still have them or not. Sorry, that probably doesn’t help much.

  30. 30

    Where did the window covering in the window arch come from? I have a large half moon window in my little girl’s room that needs something exactly like that.

    Thanks

  31. 31

    Emily,

    It is from Home Depot :)

  32. 32

    This is my absolute favorite room I have seen here! You did a fabulous job! I would seriously copy every little detail, if i could. :) So so cute!

  33. 33

    Where did you get the bed from? I have 2 girls who are going to toddler bed but they still need rails on both sides.

  34. 34

    Myshell,
    In case she doesn’t have time to respond, i’m going to guess, that she just ordered two bed rails and put them on both sides. Maybe ones like these:
    http://www.walmart.com/ip/DEX-Safe-Sleeper-Bed-Rail/12511645
    I’m in the same situation, i’m just going to buy two bed rails.

  35. 35

    this is so beautiful! could you tell me where did you get the word love and the letter b?

  36. 36

    Love the wall! Did the blue frame come with the cork board in it or did you add it? I’ve only found the open back frame like that at hobby lobby.

  37. 37

    Love this idea! Where did you get the “love” letters from?

  38. 38

    Love this idea! Where did you get the “love” letters from?

  39. 39

    It is from Hobby Lobby (sorry for the late reply)

  40. 40

    It came with the cork in it (purchased at Hobby Lobby in April 2012)

  41. 41

    Hobby Lobby :)

  42. 42

    Love this room! So sad that bedding seems to be sold out from Target. I can’t find anything else I like as much!

  43. 43

    How did you do the bookshelves?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>