November marked 2 years in our "new" house. I can't believe it's already been two years, and at the same time, it feels like we've always lived here! Before we moved in, I quickly painted each of the kids' rooms in a solid color and did very minimal decorating. Last year, I did Callen's room with the fun Pallet Wall, but he's the only one that has a "cool room" as my kids say. Kira was next on the list for a room makeover and thankfully, it's already gotten the "cool room" stamp of approval from my kids!
This room makeover was part of one of my projects for P&G. It was my first video for those readers, so sorry about the introductions, but this video does give you a great little room tour!
(Excuse the creepy freeze frame... why does Youtube do that?)
Here's a still shot before and after
Pretty Big Difference isn't it?
I can't wait to share all the fun projects and DIY details with you- I'll be featuring one project each day this week, but for now, here's ton of pictures!
I grabbed this adorable little hooter at Target.
The mirror was something we DIYed about 8 years ago, yup, we DIYed before DIYing was cool!
Little Book Nook!
Spray paint and round bulbs make all the difference!
All the color details coming later this week.
And this is the other side of the room! Helloooo.... huge whiteboard wall!
As you heard in the intro video, KJ had a tendency to write all over the walls. We now have a dedicated place for that!
Wednesday you'll get all the product info and tutorial for this.
Now that you've gotten the quick tour...
Here's the plan for the posts for this week...
Tomorrow (Tuesday) I'm going to give you all the details on this stinkin' awesome mosaic accent wall. I'm not sure I'm allowed to say something I did was awesome, but man I love it!
Wednesday, I'm going to tell you all about Idea Paint and how it can turn almost anything into a cool whiteboard surface!
Thursday, it's more Staples LOVE and I'll give you the 411 on these foam core faux canvases. And to think I almost bought 4 frames at 39.00 each! The entire project ended up costing me under $25!
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