Li’l Bean’s Room

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Description

Our baby girl's room, fit for a princess. Not too baby-ish but sweet and girly.

Design Inspiration

My inspiration for this room was the bedding.  I love pinks and browns together.  I wanted to re-purpose items that we already had.  

My plan was to make the room something our daughter would not soon grow out of so I designed it less of a baby room and more of a toddler/little girl room.

Decorating Style

My decorating style is a cross between shabby chic and casual comfort.

Project Details

The tutorial for the pom poms is on Martha's web site.  This is a really inexpensive way to get big impact for less than a dollar!

I ordered the vinyl wall decals from a company online.  There is lots of places that do this.  I chose the colors to match the bedding.

I made the bead garland with arylic beads and ribbon from Michaels.  It adds a nice sparkle to the room.

The rocking chair was a comfy hand-me-down that I slipcovered.

The only items we purchased were the crib, bedding and bookcase.  Everything else we already had or made.

Favorite Items

Hands down, my favorite items are the pom poms.  I love that they flutter in the smallest amount of breeze.  It is mesmerizing.

Advice

You don't have to spend a lot of money when decorating your child's room.  Use what you have from within your house.  If you decorate specifically for a baby, you will be redecorating again as they move into toddlerhood.  

One comment

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    I adore that bead garland you have there, how long did it take you to make these.  I think I would have replaced the curtain with these garlands.  I also loved how you used circles on the walls, very whimsical, yet very neat.

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