Thursday, May 22, 2008

Pink room treasure's

Bamboo blinds , what can I say about them , I really love them , they convey a lovely summer feel, I put these up last night , we had originally been roller blinds when we first moved in , they broke over time and I hadn't gotten to replacing them until now, probably over a year it took me , Sophie often had her drapes drawn to give privacy and that created an obnoxious pink glow beaming out of her room. I let her choose white bamboo or white blinds , she chose well grasshopper.
There are so many things I love about her room , like this painted S and the canopy , that used to be over her be, but we moved things around for a fresh look it is now over her dresser, keeping her bed on an inside wall.
This plate that I picked up at an outdoor antique market , it is so pretty , I think that might come down to the kitchen some time soon.
These little keep sakes on her shelf, the painted puppy , picture of cuddling daddy , the tin birdhouse and a fairy painting I did for Sophie when she was 2 as a Christmas gift.
I picked these little cross stitch plates up at the Goodwill a long time ago for pennies.
It is so fun to have a playful pink little girls room to decorate, I am dreading the day she wants to change it .

The still to do list in this little room is flooring,
white painted floors ,
all the trim work ,
and closet doors, they have curtains ,which I am beginning to really hate.

7 comments:

Debra W said...

A little girl's dream room! How precious. I am sure that she loves it!

Hugs,
Debbie

Mrs. Limestone said...

This is absolutely a dream room for any girl but your touches make it even more amazing. Love the S and the bed canopy especially.

Liz said...

That is a truly fantastic room! What a lucky little girl!

Suzanne said...

So very cute. I love everything, especially those horizontal stripes in ice cream colors. WOW.

- Suzanne, the Farmer's Wife

gordostyle said...

Oh so sweet! I love everything!

Smiles,
Jen

Annie said...

Hi-Darling room. The paint reminds me of sherbert. Any tips on how you made the "S" that big? I would love to try that in my 3 year olds room. Thanks

TinaTx said...

Great room. I have those (cross stitch) plates hanging in my bathroom - I just love 'em!