5.08.2014

Week 6: Tween Bedroom Makeover Reveal


Times up! Pencils down. Today is reveal day for our daughter's bedroom makeover. I am so excited to show you this refreshing space. Do you remember what it looked like before?
It's amazing what paint, fabric and some art work will do for a room. 
 I gave this adorable yard sale hutch a splash of coral paint and kept the inside the same SW Sea Salt paint I had on it. The plates are from a barn sale.
 The hubs and I made the headboard and I sewed the floral pillow and added a coral trim ribbon to IKEA bedding.
 I'm so glad our girl now has a bulletin board. I used an old Salvation Army picture and glued down some cork and then covered it with fabric.

                                                   
Yesterday, over twenty designers revealed their rooms and today you can see all the linking participants in the ORC here. Get ready to be inspired by all these spaces. Everyone did such an incredible job! Hope you like the room. I will show you how we made the headboard and how I made the bedding soon (it's not too hard and so economical). Thanks for stopping by here.

39 comments:

  1. Love it! So fresh and crisp...well done!!

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    1. Thanks Traci for stopping over here.

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  2. This looks AMAZING Tracy! Alison must love her room now that it's finished! Can't wait for the tutorial on the headboard- I still can't believe you made that?!?!?

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  3. Wow! That headboard looks a-m-a--zing! I love the colors you used, especially that striped wall.

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    1. Thanks Delia! I had a great time putting this room together for our girl. I love how the headboard turned out too. I'll put a tutorial up soon on how I made the bedding and the headboard.

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    2. Ok. I would love to learn how to. BTW, I did my daughter's room as well, but she wanted, bright!! :-)

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  4. It's even better than I anticipated. I love it! What a great space and I love all the artwork and that headboard is amazing!

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  5. Awesome! I love it. That fabric on the headboard is really great. I love the hutch painted coral, it suites it perfectly. Great work!

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  6. So fun, and so beautiful. Perfect for a tween. Congrats!

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  7. Tracy, I seriously love what you do - you have such a great way of pulling a room together!! I adore the navy & white paired with coral, such a great combination. The bedding is amazing, I cannot believe you DIYed that, so smart! Also the headboard!! This room will transition with your daughter into teenagehood so well I think. It's not juvenile at all and yet still girly and fun!

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    1. Lisa, thank you for your uplifting words. Girl's rooms are so fun to decorate. I'll show you soon how I DIYed the bedding- it's a Land of Nod knock off design. The headboard was also really great to put together. All I need is a headboard for my room now! I hope your loving those new bookcases! They look stunning.

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  8. What a fun and bright room. I love all of your little art collections! And I can't wait to hear more about that budget friendly bedding!

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    1. Thanks Beth. The bedding was inspired by Land of Nod. I'll be giving a tutorial on the bedding and the headboard soon. A lot of the art work in here is my daughter's, but there is some Etsy art. Thanks for stopping over here.

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  9. It looks amazing! That headboard and striped wall is swoon-worthy! Great work!

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  10. What a chic and charming room, Tracy!! The headboard is awesome, love that fabric you chose, it's perfect against the bold stripe! Her desk area is darling, with the dot bulletin board! What a fun transformation!

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    1. Pam, it was a fun transformation and our daughter is loving it! All I need to do is make a headboard for the master bedroom now. Thanks for your encouraging words. I LOVE how your kitchen turned out.

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  11. OK, so now I'm thinking I totally should have used nailheads on my daughter's headboard because yours looks drop-dead gorgeous!!! Love the colors in the space and that accent wall is awesome. Your daughter is a lucky, lucky girl!

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    1. I think we both have lucky girls since you made your daughter'r room so chic, fun and bold too. You have great style Kris and I keep thinking about the design you did for your doors- so classy looking! It's so fun to decorate for a girl's room. Thanks for uplifting words.

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  12. What a beautiful transformation!!! I love the navy and white striped walls and coral bookcase!! Such a cheerful bedroom, congratulations!

    XOXO,
    The Glam Pad

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    1. Thanks Andrea for your kind comments. I love how the room turned out too. Now all I have to do is make a headboard for the master bedroom too.

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  13. I love the bold stripe walls, it's gorgeous! I love the headboard! Great job!

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  14. That headboard is amazing! Great job!

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    1. Thanks Shannon for your kind comment. I love the headboard too and just need to make one for the master bedroom now.

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  15. Love it Tracy! It all looks fantastic! The headboard turned out so awesome! Love your wall too!

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  16. Awww....LOVE this! What a happy and fresh room for a young lady! Looking for a mini-desk just like that one - my girls would go crazy with one.
    Congrats!

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    1. I was so lucky to find that desk at a yard sale for $15 for the desk and chair. I contemplated about painting the desk, but just left it as is, which is still so cute. Thanks for stopping over here.

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  17. WOW.....this is a great makeover! You and your husband knocked it out of the park with this. I love the colors and the stripe wall is perfect! She must be thrilled:)

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    1. Sherry thanks for kind comment. I love how the headboard turned out too. This will be a great space for our daughter to transition into a teenager without it being to little girl. I LOVE how your dining room space turned out. You are so talented!

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  18. It's SO pretty. Your daughter must be thrilled. I love the headboard and the curtains are gorgeous. Lucky girl!

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    1. Thanks Tiffany. I'll post a tutorial on Monday on the headboard. The curtains are from IKEA- I love them.

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  19. adorable, tracy! love the dramatic striped wall paired with that higher headboard- gorgeous!

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    1. Thanks Cassie! I love how the headboard turned out too. Now I need to make one for the master bedroom.

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  20. Goodness! Love the horizontal stripes!!

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  21. It looks so preppy chic!!I bet your tween is ecstatic!!!!! Great job!

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  22. This room....Love it! I must do a striped wall now! I love the color combination also!
    Shelia
    www.houseofhighlands.com

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  23. Love this room! How fun and perfect for a teen. You did an amazing job and I can't believe how much you diy'ed. Great room.

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    1. Thanks Linda for putting the ORC together and the link party. It's a lot of work, but a great challenge for all who participated. I had so much fun putting our daughter's room together.

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  24. What a pretty room! Your daughter must be thrilled! I went to town with paint and ribbon in my daughter's room as well! Love the striped wall, the artwork and that headboard is gorgeous! Well done!

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  25. This is so good! I love the contrast of the navy with the coral. I love the stripes and the headboard fabric. Awesome job!

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