Daughter’s Bedroom Reveal

Well, I have one room marked off my list in the new house… my daughter’s bedroom!

blue pink girl bedroomWhen we were building this home by daughter had a couple requests for her new space… blue walls and a fancy chandelier.

pink and blue girl bedroomOh, and did I mention the little rockstar requested a stage?

bedroom stage kids bedroomYep, her bedroom stage is now complete with curtains and glittery stars. The perfect place to play her guitar or set up her karaoke machine so she can rock out to the Frozen soundtrack.

kid bedroom stageAnd the gold curtains go perfectly with her antique white furniture that she’s had since a baby. Love the shape of these pieces.

ellies bedroom stageAnd most things were recycled from her old bedroom to save money in the new house… the flowered lamp, her white bedding, accent pillows from my old bedroom, and pictures that used to hang in our master bath.

antique white girl bedroom furnitureThe chandelier we found on sale from Lowe’s and all of the pink valances were on clearance at Bed, Bath and Beyond for $20. The paint color is Poetic Prose from Clark+Kensington at Ace Hardware.

pink and blue bedroomAnd the white chenille back rests are from Walmart. $16 a piece. Yep, bargain shopper here. And they’re great for sitting back while watching our little lady perform sold out shows in her bedroom.

blue and pink girl bedroom makeoverWhile my daughter has a large walk in closet to keep most of her toys, this little white organizer from Target holds her books, American Girl doll clothes, Barbies, and little play figurines.

girl pink blue bedroomIt feels pretty good to have a room crossed off my to-do list, even if it’s not something that I necessarily use everyday. But I wanted this house to feel like her home. And trust me, it worked.

girl bedroom makeover blue and pinkStay tuned for more posts this week about her bedroom makeover, including how we actually completed the stage and some additional behind-the-scenes projects!

bedroom stage kids bedroom

girl bedroom makeover with stage

Additional photos from Steven B. Smith Photography 

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  1. Karen Raymond says

    It is absolutely beautiful! I love each and every little part of it, especially that you were able to re-use so much! Great job!

  2. says

    Wonderful job – I’m sure you daughter loves her new room. Love that you were able to re-use so much from your former home in this one. It’s always nice to be able to re-purpose things from one place to another. :-)

  3. says

    Beautiful! I did a similar treatment to my daughters room. I was doing a princess theme and used a curved shower curtain above her bed to create a canopy. Then painted silhouettes of Cinderella’s castle, and a cameo in the center behind the bed. Turned out really cute! But they grow up too fast and it didn’t last long where I had to paint over it!

      • says

        I’m on my third makeover on that room. It started off a Winnie The
        Pooh theme with a huge mural of the Hundred Acre Wood, then went to Disney Princesses, now that she is ten she wanted bright green and light blue room and I saved myself some time and used some decals!! Lol

  4. Awo says

    I have exactly this color carpet to work with and was looking at color ideas for my (hopefully) new adopted daughter’s bedroom. Her only request is “not all white or beige with more than one pillow and a warm blanket on my bed,” which gives me a lot of creative leeway. I figure we will end up redoing the room in a couple years anyway but this room looks so welcoming and comfortable, like a good place for a little girl to dream. Since it hits all the right notes, I am using it for my inspiration and color palette. I’m sure she will be delighted.

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