$100 Little Girl's Room Makeover Reveal!
When my daughter was coming close to outgrowing her toddler bed I knew it was time for a big girl's room! Her room was a labor of love that took many months to complete but in the progress I was able to find some major deals and spend little to nothing to give her a totally new room. Just about everything in the room was a DIY project that me and my daughter did together. For more pictures of the room and to find out how I was able to only spend $100 on this room visit my blog:
My daughter's completed space
The room before
The Room Before
Yes, she crashed my photo shoot! But it's fine. I'm glad she's enjoying the space! The nightstand was found on clearance at Target for about $15. The Bed was a spare that was not being used at my in-laws. The headboard was a thrift store that I spray painted for a total of $10.10
I found all the paint in the oops section of Lowe's and Home Depot. The soft pink was found at Lowe's for $5, the colored rectangles were $0.50 a piece. I spent about $15 total for all paint and supplies in her room. For her accent wall I wanted a drawn on look, to give it more of a kid feel. I love how it turned out.
Her gallery wall were a collection of art I gather over time found in the clearance aisle at Hobby Lobby. The character posters were found at Five Below.
The curtains were also a DIY project. They were originally white that I already had on hand that I used the same oops paint from the accent wall on. Me and my daughter polka dotted the curtain in less than a hour.
The cubbie that was originally holding the TV was placed in her closet for better organization.
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