Adalyn’s Pink and Cream Bedroom

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  • One of the first rooms we did when we moved into our home was Adalyn’s, because we wanted to make her feel at home. We also wanted her to have a room she was excited about after moving from the nursery. This room included a lot of easy DIY projects, so be sure to follow the links for more details!

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    We started by removing the wallpaper, painting the walls in Zurich White {Sherwin Williams}, painting the trim bright white, new carpet and replacing the vents.  Then it was time to furnish it!  Here’s the before of the bed as well as the original bedroom:

     

    I transformed this old green bed that the homeowners so graciously left us, by removing the dated canopy and painting it a soft cream. To match the scallop design of the bed, I found this dresser on Craigslist, also painted in a soft cream, retaining the original hardware.
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    I loved that these two pieces, along with a jewelry box gifted to her at birth, had the same design.
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    This room was originally intended for Ani to join her. At this time, I decided they would have entirely too much fun and with a baby on the way, I’m just not ready yet! Someday… For now, a crib with coordinating bedding awaits.
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    For decor, I added heirloom frames from my grandmother’s. Originally olive green, they were painted white and hung over the crib.

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    I pinned Adalyn’s cashmere sweater that was worn from 9-16 months into a shadowbox. It’s just so precious, I wanted to savor it.
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    In liu of a mirror above her dresser, I created a pin board to hang momentos. It has also been spotted at their birthday party and in a New Year’s Eve photo shoot. I love pieces that serve multiple functions! Adalyn’s hand and footprint and photos of my mom are included on the board.
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    In effort to keep everything organized, I found this collapsable basket, also in osnaburg, to store stuffed animals. Click here for more tips on organizing.
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    For the windows, I used a basic white wooden rod and added blackout drapes in petal pink. I love how heavy they are, and that they allow Adalyn to rest well during daylight hours. I also created a window seat for her to read in. She loves looking out to see if any friends are outside playing.
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    The adorable table and chair set was a must! The girls spend a lot of time there together playing or doing artwork. Below, in the images captured by Alea Lovely, they are enjoying Easter!
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    The bedding, also in petal pink, was a great Target find from Rachel Ashwell’s Simply Shabby Chic line. It is almost identical to Restoration Hardware Baby&Child’s, but at a fraction of the price. I plan to add a ruffled sham along with a pillow made of osnaburg for the rocking chair.
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    This next photo is very special to me. One of my mom’s friends gave her this pink teddy bear when she was diagnosed with breast cancer, a battle she lost. Including heirlooms and sentimentals make a room feel warm and so much more special.
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    The room is complete with a dress up closet – every little girl’s dream.
    Sources:
    jewelry box – Pottery Barn Kids
    Finley table & farmhouse chairs – Pottery Barn Kids
    bedding – Target
    blackout curtains – RH Baby and Child
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