Since we just moved out of our home, I thought I would share pictures of all the rooms and decorating I did there. Maddox and Verity are only 4 and 6 right now, so their memories of this home and these rooms will be dim – so this is for them too. I can’t wait to decorate my kids rooms in the new home, but really love the rooms they had. I hope this provides some inspiration and ideas for your kid’s rooms!
My inspiration for Verity’s room came form multiple sources – my favorite decade – the 80s, modern design, pink and of course for a little girl, a splash of princess palace and butterflies. I have been hung up on the triangles trend for a while, so decided to paint some triangles on the walls. I knew I would use a lot of color in here and the room was grey to begin with – so added the white stripes to the grey to provide a neutral backdrop for the pops of color. This was a big job to tape off the stripes and triangles, so probably won’t take this on again anytime soon, but I love how it turned out!
White Metal DayBed // Walmart (no longer available, but they have other similar ones. West Elm has a more expensive version).
Modo Maple and White Dresser // Room and Board
Aqua Magic Flying Carpet Rug // Land of Nod
Bookshelves // Custom made by my awesome hubby, Rudy (Design inspired by the Oeuf Mini Library Bookcase)
Pillows on bed // Some designed by moi – get them in my Society6 store, some from PBteen and Target
White Canopy // Ikea
Aqua Lamps // Home Goods in Austin
Brass and Gold butterflies // Thrift store finds from local store Room Service Vintage in Austin (some are brass, others are spray painted gold). I think I bought them out of butterflies a few times!
Butterfly Mirror // Home Goods store in Austin
Pink Mirror // Ikea find spray painted pink
Abstract Painting // Custom painted for moi by my BFF, Marcy Goss Garcea in 1988!!
Verity Poster // Designed by moi printed on poster paper, framed in a Ikea Ribba frame
Chandelier // Thrift find spray painted pink. The crystals are from etsy.
What do you think?? I would love to hear your thoughts.