Lylas Room makeover { Part one }

Remember when we bought our house last November?  Well (7 months later)  I am just now getting started with painting and decorating !   I usually have plenty of  ideas and lots of inspiration from Pinterest but it has taken me a long time to sit, plan and really concentrate on one room at a time.  Since I like to set goals, I set a one week goal to paint a wall in Lyla’s room.   I found a Gray (-brown) color from Kelly Moore called Rock of Ages and set the color scheme from a few things I knew I wanted in her room ( Including the “Hello Pillow” I recently got from one of my Etsy Sponsors). We also moved Lyla into a full size bed and spray painted the metal bed frame Krylon Ballet Slipper .

I knew that ultimately I didn’t want to go crazy with a lot of different colors and liked the idea of Black & White with pops of mint and light pink.

So here is part one of Lyla’s room makeover. Im definitely not finished, but I achieved my goal thanks to the best little helper and Im off to a great start.  ( Before… )

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Click on the items below if you would like to know where they were purchased:

Black and White Polka Dot Rug
Hello Print Pillow // 2 Black Pillows
The Double-Daring Book for Girls
Black and White Cloth tots

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  • I love the way the room turned out. I would have never thought of using the colour palette that you did but wow… what dramatic and gorgeous results.

    I love that little chrome step stool. It reminds me of something my grandma used to have.

    Thanks for sharing (and for linking up to the SHINE Blog Hop).

    Wishing you a lovely week.

    • Rachel

      Thank you Jennifer! The chrome step stool was my grandma’s!! Thank you so allowing me to link up! xoReplyCancel

  • Your room looks like it’s going to be gorgeous!
    …I really love the rough wall you’ve been working on & it’s such a beautiful shot of your little painter 🙂ReplyCancel

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