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Eclectic Hot Pink and Blue Toddler Girls Room

  • Beth_PN

    Thank you so much for sharing and including a room tour. Love all the DIY touches! What a special space for your daughter.

  • http://projectnursery.com/ PN_Melisa

    Your DIY (and room!) is so impressive. I am definitely going to copy your child’s art pennant banner in my own home. Just love it.

  • Kristin

    Thanks for sharing your room! I love the bright and bold color combinations used in this room. Congrats on a design well-done!

  • http://www.designimprovised.com/ Haeley Giambalvo

    Thanks so much Project Nursery / Junior! I’m so glad you liked the room – I definitely had blast creating it for my daughter. Now I’m tackling my next project of a playroom for my two girls. I’ve got lots of fun ideas I’m toying with… I will be sure to share pics of the playroom when it is done!

  • http://www.designimprovised.com/ Haeley Giambalvo

    Thanks Melisa! I hope you make the bunting – it is super easy. Here is the tutorial on my blog if you are interested: http://www.designimprovised.com/2012/03/fun-way-to-transform-kids-art.html

  • megan lilmommie

    lovely lovely lovely, i really want to know where you got the blue cushion, next to the rocking/glider chair? please and thank you!! :DD <3 God bless!

  • http://www.designimprovised.com/ Haeley Giambalvo

    Thanks so much Megan! I bought the blue pouf at World Market two summers ago – it was meant to be an outdoor poof. It would probably be hard to find now, but they sell a lot of similar fun patterned poufs on Etsy.

  • Katie Parrish

    So cute! Where did the cubbies come from?

  • http://www.designimprovised.com/ Haeley Giambalvo

    Hi Katie! Sorry for the delayed response. I actually got the cubbies / storage unit from Craigslist. I think it was originally purchased at Dania Furniture here in Chicago

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