Frozen Theme Room I Created.

$500
2 Weeks
Medium

My granddaughter wanted her new room to look like the ice castle from Disney's Frozen.
Room before: moving day, boxes and more boxes. A blank slate for a birthday surprise.
This is the room about 80% finished. Some of the final touches will be added for Christmas. She loves it!
This is some of the furniture going into the room in various stages of prepping for paint and custom finishes.
Install and reveal day...complete with party dress.
See the rest in my photo album linked below.

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  • Susie
    Susie
    on Aug 25, 2018

    What kind of paint did you use to do the night tables and bureaus

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  • Jeanette S
    Jeanette S
    on Sep 6, 2014

    Now this is what being a grandmother is all about! You NAILED IT!

  • Sk81059718
    Sk81059718
    on Jan 5, 2015

    I have a question where did you get the toy box from I know you probably painted it yourself.l but I have been looking for one like that because I do not like the collapsible boxes that the frozen toy box comes in

    • Andrea Robinson
      Andrea Robinson
      on Jan 5, 2015

      @Sk8rgurl146 The toy box was bought at a garage sale - with a very orange wood stain. The paint color is Peekaboo Blue from Krylon with a pearl glaze over it. I also used aluminum as the silver color, gloss white and diamond dust for the snowflakes. I cut the stencils myself for the flakes.

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