Hello everyone! I thought I'd share some pictures of my sweet girl's bedroom. Not that she sleeps in it or anything, but that's another post.
I recently re-arranged and re-decorated along with organizing and de-cluttering this space.
She has two beds in this room. The twin belonged to my husband when he was a boy, and the double bed was my great-great-grandparents' bed. They moved to Louisiana from France around the turn of the century.
I decided to hang plates above both beds to tie them together for a more cohesive look.
This is "Penelope" from Pottery Barn. I just love birds and so does my sweetie.
I love the stripes and polka-dots.
I added this quilt to the foot of the twin bed. It was my husband's great-grandmother's who sewed it in the 1920s. This yellow was very popular in the 20's.
This dresser belonged to Caroline's great-great-great grandparents. It's been re-painted.
These are my no-sew curtains. Just hot glue. I loved the fabric. Found it at Hobby Lobby three years ago.
I wanted to hang her art and some sentimental pieces so I decided the wall above the TV would be a good spot for a "gallery."
I made her this for her Paris Birthday Party this year.
This was purchased in St. Augustine. She rode this carousel every day, and I found this painting in a shop that was painted by a local artist.
My mom and dad bought this print at a gas station when they were expecting their first child (me!) and were still newlyweds. They colored it together.
I've saved it all these years.
I painted this on her wall to match the PB quilt on her bed.
I painted this when this room used to be a nursery. I sang this song to her every day and every night as I rocked her to sleep.
I can't imagine painting over it. But there is probably going to come the day when she is going to want me to.
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