I started out thinking her room would be mint, coral and black, but Paige quickly realized she didn't like those colors. Since this is her room and her opinion counts, we changed the color scheme to navy, coral and yellow. I could not be happier with how her room turned out and love the new color scheme. I know I've said this before, but this room is definitely my favorite room in the house.
I started her room makeover with the board and batten wall. It went through many color changes until I finally settled on Quite Coral by Sherwin Williams.
The gallery wall was made up of a collection of $8.00 Goodwill frames that I first paint coral then updated to navy.
I was unable to find a coral bedskirt, so I used this curtain panel from Target to make my own with minimal sewing involved.
The silhouette tray was made from a Melissa and Doug toy packaging that I painted and updated with scrapbook paper.
I also added scrapbook paper to inexpensive IKEA boxes then added gold labels for easy art storage.
I love these two little storage boxes that I picked up from HomeGoods on clearance. I updated them with scrapbook paper then added gold adhesive labels.
The shelves are one of my favorite parts of the room makeover. My daughter loves to read and I needed to figure out a way to maximize the space in her room, but also have plenty of storage for books.
The Hello Sunshine sign was made from pallets that I nailed together then painted.
The navy lamp was a $5.00 Goodwill find that I first spray painted gold then navy. The gold pig, which was once pink was also updated with spray paint and purchased from a thrift store for $1.00.
Chevron Curtains: West Elm
You are so Loved Print: Etsy
Yellow throw pillow: Target
Navy throw pillows: HomeGoods (previously used in our living room)
Yellow Lamp Shade: Target
Pouf: HomeGoods (on clearance)
Gold Mirror: HomeGoods