With all this talk about Harrison, I feel like I need to include our sweet girl in another post.
Her room (remodeled early 2009) took us roughly 3 months to complete. Why did it take so long? Well, we were getting use to the new tools and actually working with wood. This was Daniel's first time doing woodwork in any room.
This room inspires me to do a wainscotting theme throughout the house. Sorry Daniel, yes this means that there will be a lot more wainscotting to come!!!
This is how her room started...
I registered for the flower wall prints (below) at Pottery Barn Kids and was thrilled to get them from a family friend. I want to do something like this for Harrison's room but I don't want to fork out the $49/print. I have some ideas on how I can recreate this artwork - of course in a theme that works with the new baby room. Hmm, I'm thinking about a rustic looking 3 picture flag.
This is how Evelyn's baby - now big girl room looks today.
How beautiful Ashley- you should be an interior designer!!ReplyDelete
Oh, what a lovely room, I can't wait to have a girl!ReplyDelete
Oh this looks adorable!ReplyDelete
I'm going back and forth on whether to do our girls room a pale blue or pale pink, and I just can't decide!! But I think this has helped me to go with the pink, lol!
What a sweet little room, I can't wait to see the baby's room! I am your newest follower! I would love it if you would come check out my blog and follow back!ReplyDelete
Coming over from Stephanie Lynn's blog. Love your daughter's room.ReplyDelete
I am working on a big boy room for my son and using the same sort of colors you have planned for Harrison's room. I bought the Tyler car bedding at PBK. Love that store : )
This room is so sweet! You're giving me a case of baby fever! ;)ReplyDelete
This looks like it just popped out of a magazine page! I love it, it's gorgeous! You're a great decorator, wow! We fixed, my daughter and me, the rooms of my two granddaughters and they were so much fun to do, they came out beautiful, one was pale lilac with cream color and the other rose pink. They're almost 7 and 4, now. Congrats on baby Evelyn! I'm also at MM, at, BNOTP.ReplyDelete
Have a great week.
That room turned out so beautiful! Great job, you sure have an eye for decorating!ReplyDelete
So so cute! I just started following you. :) I too have an Evelyn! Evelynn Grace. Love your stuff! Thank you for sharing it.ReplyDelete
Adorable! I love the pink and green - JenniferReplyDelete
Love the bright color!ReplyDelete
Sooo pretty! I'm visiting from The DIY Showoff - I LOVE this room!!!ReplyDelete
what a darling baby girl's room. that pink is such a lovely shade...almost coral-y. found you at dittle dattle's party. stop by and say hi sometime andiejaye @ http://crayonfreckles.blogspot.comReplyDelete
So precious and perfect for a little girl.ReplyDelete
Beautiful combination of pinks and white, loved the furniture!ReplyDelete
this is beautiful.. loved the name on the wall, the pink shade,, the cute cot.. everything!! wow.ReplyDelete
So adorable! I had so much fun decorating my daughter's room - I can tell you did too!ReplyDelete
ADorable! I think that is the exact color pink of my little girl's room!ReplyDelete
This is adorable. I would love it if you could stop by Heck Fridays tomorrow (Thursday) and post it on our first link party!ReplyDelete
Hope to see you soon!!!
I just love that you didn't use typical pastels. This is a beautiful room and can be changed up as she grows without looking "baby-ish" Trust me, with a 10 yr old girl in the house, we've been through phases where what was once cool is suddenly not!ReplyDelete
What a sweet bedroom .. I just adore the wainscotting and the beautiful shade of pink! All of the decor makes the room fit for a princess! Thanks so much for sharing with the Pink Hippo Party!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous. The walls are much darker and brighter than I would have chosen, yet they look perfect, bringing life and color to the room. You've done a wonderful job with the room. Looks fantastic.ReplyDelete