Thursday, July 24, 2014

Charlotte’s Room

Hi Friends!  Today I want to share Charlotte’s Room with you.  I feel like her room is the most complete out of all of the bedrooms in our house.  But of course there are still things that I want to do before I can call it “DONE”. 

Her room really was completed on a budget. Most things were found at Goodwill or thrift stores or DIY projects. The only things that I bought new were the triangle decals, rug, duvet, and a few pillows.

So get ready for tons of pictures!


Lets start by talking about the big elephant in the room!  I found that guy at Goodwill and couldn’t get it in my cart fast enough.  I had no idea where I would put him but he was awesome.  It is literally a stuffed animal head, so it isn’t heavy.  That is way I feel comfortable with it above her bed, it really doesn’t weigh too much.  I also got her bed from Craigslist for $20 and spray painted it.  And the watercolor art was done by me…don’t look at it too closely, I am no artist!  The “Get It Girl” pillow was purchased on Etsy from Michelle Dwight.  I just love it!


The dresser I got off of Craigslist for $15 and just painted it bright yellow.


The bookcase was made by my stepdad when Caroline was baby, it lived in her room for several years.  I really need to find a way to conceal the intercom box.



I found the afghan blanket at goodwill and the hot pink triangle decals are from All 4 Walls.  The duvet is from H&M.



I made the curtains using a no sew tutorial.  I can’t remember which one I used but they are all pretty much the same…Google it.


The large white elephant was from Homegoods.


The brass giraffe bookends are a vintage find, they are available in the shop!


I purchased this little print from Groopdealz.  It’s from a shop called Cicada.


Well, that’s it!  I hope that you like it, I know that Ms. Charlotte does so that makes this Momma happy!  Have a great day, ya’ll!


  1. Your daughter's room is perfect! I love the bright yellow dresser and all of the vintage accessories. Beautifully done, Myssie!!

  2. Love it, Myssie!!! We have old intercoms in our house too, and I took the one down in our kitchen and covered it with a framed cork board. Something like that might work well in a little girl's room so she can pin stuff up there later on if she wants. :-)

    1. Thanks Patty! That is a good idea to use cork board! I may have to give it a try!


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