Today, I'm sharing pictures of my friend Katie's four-year-old daughter's room. Although she says that it's not quite complete, I insisted that it was "blog-worthy" last time I was at her house. (Besides, I know you love to see real people's spaces as much as I do!)
This is how the room started:
Her first purchase was this cute Pottery Barn bedding, but she wanted the room to have a little punch.
And, after 1 1/2 years worth of tweaks and changes:
The whole room was done on a pretty tight budget. The headboards, desk and mirror were all second-hand finds that just needed some fresh paint. She ordered the pom-pom pillows from Pottery Barn Teen and we had them monogrammed in a clean, simple font.
She stenciled the entire wall behind the beds, using a template she found online. (You can find a similar one here.)
She put her little girl's first birthday dress on display wrapping the back of an old frame with fabric and painting the frame. The lamps were a HomeGoods purchase (we added the ribbon trim to match the green desk).
Since the room wasn't wired for overhead lighting, she bought a pack of these inexpensive Lilly Pulitzer pom-poms and hung one from the ceiling.
Thanks to Katie and her sweet girl for letting me share her 99% finished space!