Properly, I finally finished going by means of all of the pictures I took of the girls’ playroom. I took them two diverse days (all while the girls were playing in the area – they have been either in the window seats or on the opposite side of the room I was taking pictures of) so that’s why factors are moved around a bit in various photos. =)
Even even though all of the pink in right here is a tad overwhelming for me, I have to say this area was a lot of enjoyable to add Christmas touches to and I love being in here. The girls got so excited about the tree and the pink eiffel tower ornaments. We commit hours on end in this room and I have to admit I am going to miss the tree when we take it down in January and so I feel we might leave the little pink lights on the little dollhouse for a even though.
I will incorporate the sources for holiday items written within the post and then have the source list for all the permanent things in the room at the finish of the post.
They have been playing in the tiny playhouse their Grammy produced them although I photographed the sofa side of the room. =)
The dear head was from Michael’s, the feather boa wreath was from HomeGoods this year, the little toy soldiers have been from HomeGoods last year, and the cute small owl was a present from Savvy.
The tree was from Balsam Hill, the pink ornaments were from Michael’s, the Eiffel tower ones and star were from Globe Marketplace. The little sleds had been from years ago and we spray painted them white and gold to go with this area a tiny better. The small bottle brush trees were from Target and the snowballs we produced making use of a exciting tutorial located here.

These looked a lot greater before we spray painted them this oh so bright and sparkly hot pink. I tried to talk the girls out of this 1 but they of course feel the shiny pink is Beautiful! =)

These cute small trees have been from Savvy last year and the tea set is from Heritage Lace.

This little nutcracker was a gift final year and was from Target. The shoes are from Joyfolie.
You can see the complete before and following post right here with all the specifics.
Supply List:
Wall Colour
– Just Peachy by BM in Matte Finish
Trim Colour – Merely White by BM in Semi-gloss Finish
Door Colour – Mopboard Black by BM in Semi-gloss Finish
Wallpaper – Globetrotter by Clarke and Clarke purchased from Wallpaper Direct
Rug – RugsUSA
Chevron Rug – Pottery Barn Children
Sofa – Pier1 about 7 years ago
Chair – Passed down from my uncle years
Ottoman – We slipcovered an old ottoman, we did it in a comparable way to when we made a slipcover for it in our last house. That tutorial can be discovered right here.
Side Table – bought about 12 years ago at a used furnishings shop, painted in White Dove&nbsp
Lamp – from a consignment shop at least ten years ago
Lamp Shade – Target
Solid Pink and Pink Polka Dot Pillows – Target
Gold Burlap Pillows – we made with fabric from JoAnn’s&nbsp
Chandelier – old chandelier that we removed from the dining area when we moved into this house and stored in the attic, we originally painted it one more colour whilst we waited for our new dining space chandelier to arrive which you can see here.
Storage Cubbies with Baskets – IKEA
XOXO Sign – HomeGoods
Curtains – Ritva Panels from IKEA with pom pom trim from JoAnn’s
Roman Shade – Lowe’s (Jakarta – a discontinued style)
Curtain Rod – Target
Large Whiteboard – We made it far more details how to make a equivalent one particular here and right here
Easel – Present numerous years ago – you can see how we created it over recently in this post
Dollhouse – Found at an antique shop
Tray – HomeGoods (then the base was spraypainted gold)
Handmade Playhouse – Present
Piano – Gift
Wicker Rocking Chair – Present
Wood Rocking Chair – was mine when I was a tiny girl

Table and Chairs – IKEA
Kitchen Set – We bought it online about 4 1/2 years ago throughout a huge sale for Lillie’s 1st birthday
Rod with Hanging Baskets – IKEA
Numbers going up stairs – Lowe’s
Shelf above kitchen set – Target years ago

&nbspI hope you all have a fabulous weekend!

Dear Lillie


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