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Thank you for all your kind words on our teenage girl bedroom makeover. The room is probably one of my favorite makeovers in our house. I love how the different textures add sophistication but yet still has a youthful feel. Many of you have asked where certain items are from so today, I am sharing a full detailed resource list with links to most of the items.
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Headboard / Wayfair
Waterfall Ivory Ruffle Duvet set / Urban Outfitters
Gray Chevron Sheets / Target
Throws / Throw pillows / Bedskirt / HomeGoods
Baby blue quilts / HomeGoods
Drapes / HomeGoods
Sandcastle colored Smart Strand Carpet / Mohawk
Night table / Joss & Main
Tiana Antique Brass mirror / Ballard Designs (currently sold out)
Similar mirrors (my second choice) / Wayfair ,
Glass lamps / Target
Wreath / Homegoods
Storage boxes / Homegoods
Ring tray / HomeGoods
Decorative flower pink collection / Target
Journals / HomeGoods
White Rory Dresser / Joss & Main
Canvas wall art / HomeGoods
Letters / HomeGoods
Bronze metallic jewelry box / HomeGoods
Glass vase flower / HomeGoods
Jewelry holder / HomeGoods
Bronze round decorative ball / HomeGoods
Ceramic lamps / Walmart
Foot stool / HomeGoods
Throw pillows / Throw / HomeGoods
Paint color “green trance” / Sherwin-Williams
Be sure to check out the girl bedroom makeover reveal here. We are expecting below zero temps here this weekend so needless to say, I will be working on something indoors. Hoping to have our mudroom reveal ready to share with you tomorrow. If you haven’t already seen our kitchen reveal from before the holidays, we had a blank wall that needed cabinets so we decided to create a mudroom as part of the kitchen. I am so happy we combined the mudroom with the kitchen, the locker style cabinets look great and are so functional. Stay warm and happy weekend.
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