Frozen Bedroom Ideas: Making Over My Daughters Room

by Midmimomdiy

We decided to update my daughter's room, and she had some Frozen bedroom ideas. The room was stuck in a phase between being a nursery and a toddler's room. She was excited about a makeover, so I decided to give her bedroom a fresh look with a Frozen theme.

Room before the makeover 1
Room before the makeover 2
  • Paint (Tame Teal by Sherwin-Williams, Chantilly Lace by Benjamin Moore)
  • Paintbrushes or rollers
  • Patching compound
  • Sandpaper
  • Painter's tape
  • Drop cloths or old sheets
Clearing the room

Step 1: Clearing and Prepping

I cleared everything off the walls and patched up any holes to start with a clean slate. This step is essential for any room makeover!

Painting the walls
Measuring the trim

Step 2: Choosing the Perfect Color

We let my daughter choose the color for her room, and she went with Tame Teal by Sherwin-Williams. It matched perfectly with her new bedding and set the tone for the whole room.

Installing the trim
Painting the board and batten

Step 3: Painting

I painted most of the walls in the chosen teal color, but I left a couple of walls halfway done. This allowed me to add some trim work to break up the color and add visual interest. I used Chantilly Lace by Benjamin Moore for the trim, which complemented the teal beautifully. The wall colors add to the Frozen vibe.

Frozen bed covers
Frozen bedroom ideas

Frozen bedroom ideas

And there you have it - a simple and fun frozen-themed bedroom makeover! My only stumbling block is that I'm unsure what to do with her nightstand. It needs a fresh coat of paint, but I'm stuck on what color to choose.

Can you help me out? Leave a comment below with your suggestions!

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