Little Girl's French-Inspired Room


A few years back I found an amazing antique twin bed that was in desperate need of repair. My talented step-father was able to re-construct the wood headboard and save the bed for my youngest daughter to use. With thrift store and Craig's List finds like the striped settee ($50), dresser ($60), end table ($15), and little chairs ($30) that I re-habbed, I was also able to put the french-inspired room together for very little. Now my daughter has a sweet and pretty little room to call home.

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Sophia's - Live Beautifully

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  • Mickey Baron
    on Dec 16, 2015

    Did you hand paint the "Sweet Dreams"? Or is that a stencil? And is most of this all done in chalk paint? Thank you, Sophias a lucky little girl. I luv that name.

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  • Diana Deiley
    on Jan 26, 2017

    OMG this is so beautiful. You're a wonderful loving mother with a lucky little girl. You definitely have an 'eye' for beauty. Thank you for sharing your fabulous project. Keep up the good work. Blessings to you.

  • Jean E. Allen
    on Oct 11, 2018

    Inspiring. So cool.

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