A Little Girl’s Pink Bedroom

So I finally caved and gave into the pleas for an all pink bedroom. My four year old is head over heels in love with pink so I couldn’t hold out any longer! I was soooooo afraid of it looking like a bubble gum room! Luckily I have a very patient husband who put up with a million trips to the paint store until we stumbled upon just the right one! The look on my daughter’s face when she saw her finished room was priceless. And it’s definitely a room that will grow with her. So despite my kicking and screaming to avoid a pink room, I can honestly say it’s one of my favorite spots in the house! To quote my daughter, “It’s pinkalicious!!!!” 

color is Dunn Edwards Just Pink Enough cut by 25%
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  1. says

    What a sweet baby in that picture! So the curtains match a coverlet that's on the bed. I found them both at Marshalls. But here is the deal . . the curtains are actually two shower curtains (fabric ones of course). Such a great tip as you can divide one lengthwise (the flower curtain) and then add a trim at the bottom to lengthen. So I added the stripe shower curtain to the end. They already have holes at the top for shower rings so I was able to just slip my ribbon through them and tie to the rod. :) Thanks for dropping by. I read your post on gas tank placement and it was cracking me up! SO TRUE!

  2. says

    Thanks! The baby in the picture is now almost two and will be getting a big girl room since #2 is on the way. I love the coordinating fabrics on the curtains, and to use shower curtains is such a great idea.

    I just adore the room you designed! I bookmarked this page for my inspiration wall!

  3. says

    SOOOO pinkalicious!! It really is beautiful and you added beautiful, layered fabrics and texture and it doesn't feel like bubble gum at all!! Just perfectly pink! Thanks so much for linking up to style feature saturday! -shaunna :)

  4. says

    Wow! It's fabulous. No wonder she loves it so much! Every detail is just adorable…from the chandelier to her name on the wall and even the cute flower hooks! Wish my room looked like that when I was little (:

    Stopping by from Remodelaholic (:

  5. Chelsea Lee says

    Found this from Remodelaholic! Love it! I also love her name in the frames on the wall. Where did you get it from, if you don't mind me asking? My favorite color is pink too, so I LOVE it!!

  6. says

    Hi Chelsea! I made her name. I had the letters but didn't like the scale of them. So I painted them to coordinate {sanded for an aged look} and mounted them to the frames. I just put scrapbook paper over the glass instead of under it. Then I used the glue gun to attach the letters. Cheap and easy way to fill more space on a wall. So happy you found me!

  7. says

    So, obviously this an older post, but I just found it, so it's new to me. :) My 7 year old has a pink room (with chandelier), too. Very soft, not bubble-gummy. I did all the work myself…painted walls and furniture, sewed and monogrammed pillows and curtains, framed art, recovered and monogrammed stool, sprayed an old mirror and a $10 garage sale chandelier (looks like PB!). I love the outcome and so does she. Success!

    Mind if I share? I posted it here: http://sophisticatedsteps.blogspot.com/2010/09/little-girl-sophisticated-room.html

    Love everything you share on your blog!

    Sophisticated Steps

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