It is time the final day of the $100 Room Challenge! Check out our Little Girl’s Room Makeover Reveal!
Phew! We made it! Today we are revealing our little girl’s room, made over on a budget! If you are new to the $100 room challenge, I am joining with other bloggers to make over one room, in one month, for only $100! This is my second time participating and I was thrilled with how our first room came out, our master bedroom. This time, we tackled our older daughter’s bedroom. It didn’t need a major makeover, but it was definitely lacking a little personality and a few things needed worked out. We needed more storage, a nightstand, and all the knick knacks needed cleaned up. I am so happy with how the room turned out and I know Adele is too! She made lots of the decisions for this room and she is proud of how it turned out!
This nightstand has already made such a difference in the room! It provides a much needed spot for water, her alarm clock, and anything else she wants to keep close at night. I got this at HomeGoods for $45 which I think is a great price for a night stand!
The triangles are my favorite part of the room. We just painted this room last year, so I really did not want to paint again, but by using wall decals, you get a big impact, without the work of painting. Polka Dot Wall Stickers is my favorite company for decals. We used them in our nursery and I love them!
The heart artwork between the triangles is from Shutterfly and their framed art collection. I love the pop of color it adds to this space and helps fill the empty space above this chest of drawers. It has been hiding out in the closet waiting to be hung and I am so glad it is finally on the wall now!
I am obsessed with this canopy above the bed! It was a birthday present that has been waiting to be hung so I did not include the price in our budget! It is so cute in this corner!
The shelves got a lot of the knick knacks off the furniture and I am so happy to have these up on wall. They were a Goodwill find and are a perfect match to the ones that were already up on the wall! Ikea discontinued these so I am thrilled to have found them! With a coat of white spray paint, they match the previous shelves perfectly.
How adorable is this donut pillow cover from Oh Susannahs? It is absurdly soft and my daughter loves sleeping on it! I love the color it adds to the plain pink bedspread. I cannot wait to order more from her shop for our room! She has adorable prints in her shop and such cute ones for any bedroom.
At the last minute, I decided to stain the book crate with pink stain. The crate was already in the room and I borrowed the stain from my Dad, so a free project! We have tried lots of different ways to store books in her room and this easy crate method seems to be the best solution so far!
I am so glad I participated in the $100 Room Challenge again! It is so great to feel like a room is actually complete! Next month I am joining in on the One Room Challenge again and I can’t wait but am so nervous! I will have six weeks to transform a space! So nerve-racking but I can’t wait to share!
Spray Paint $3
Shelves $ 4.99
Canopy (Birthday Present) $ 0
Total: $71! Way under budget! I may pick something else up to add to the room!
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