Those of you following me on Instagram may have already heard the news: we closed on our new house! There’s something really exciting about making new spaces yours. Naturally, I can’t help looking for inspiration everywhere. This pretty room from the Utah Valley Parade of Homes that was featured by The Project Girl definitely caught my eye. I looked for tutorials online that can help anyone replicate the look of this aqua bedroom. Check out the following 5 Ways to Get this Look.
This focal wall in a bedroom featured by HGTV.com stopped me in my tracks! How can you not take a second look at that fun rainbow striped wall? The striped wall, the bright colors, the refinished furniture–it’s all stuff I love. So of course I had to look for some DIY tutorials to help you achieve a similar look for less.
Over and over again, I hear how hard it is to decorate for tween-age girls. When I saw this bedroom by stylist Sarah Gunn featured at House of Turquoise, it seemed like the perfectly decorated solution to the tween girl bedroom dilemma. Since this is such a great example of a tween girl’s bedroom, I went ahead and looked around the web for five ways that you could DIY elements of this room for less.
This room started out as a space whose door was shut all the time. My nephew had moved in with us for a short time years ago and that was his room. When he decided to move back home my heart broke in half so I didn’t open the door for a long time. I finally decided it was time to create new memories in that room and it was really cathartic to envision a new space for our family and the guests that enter that house. So 18 months ago I started that process. Today it is complete.
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