So here's a quick shot of my daughters room. Savor it, as it will never be this clean again...
As you can see, we copied the loft bed idea from Pottery Barn (this is my go to place for inspiration!). My husband still needs to build the bookcase on the other end, so I didn't bother to include it in the photo. You can see the desk I blogged about here in person. It really fits perfectly in this space under her bed...almost as if I had planned!! Well I did, lol, but not this desk per say. It was purchased after the desk was made.
The walls, if you will recall, were already lavender when we moved in. Personally, I was sick of pink, my daughters favorite color, so this was a great excuse to update her room a little. I purchased the aqua velour comforter from Target on sale. The throw pillows, which I didn't have a hope of photographing since that bed is NOT meant for a 5'9" adult, coordinate well since they have the aqua and the lime in them. You can just see a peak of the curtains in the corner. They're not the curtains I want. I have the curtains I want...somewhere...in a box. Yep, story of my life. I got these at Garden Ridge to fill the void because they were inexpensive - $6 - and they do match. But once I find the other curtains, they'll be switched out.
I got the desk chair at Target as well, but not the same day I bought the comforter. Not for lack of trying mind you. But they were out of every color except orange (which I'm not wishing I had grabbed for my youngest sons room, but oh well...). Luckily for me, I'm a frequent Target shopper, and when I came back a few weeks later, this one was in the clearance section. I got the two coordinating white boards (the other one is to right of the pin board) and the pin board on clearance at Kohl's. There's also an aqua lamp clipped up top to her bed for reading, but again, you'll just have to take my word. :-) The lamp in the photo is turned on for a better picture, but in real life, it's a nice soft lime color. Aqua and Lime were my coordinating colors for the lavender, and all three colors are in the throw pillows as well.
Things I still need to get:
- Floor mat - one of those clear vinyl ones for desks. I do not want the floors torn up by the chair, although it seems fine right now
- Book case - my husband is going to custom fit one for the loft bed itself, just like the inspiration bed
- Art work - this will be one of a kind, because my daughter is creating her own artwork. I really loved that idea!
That's IT!!! Clearly, the most put together room. Once the artwork is done and the bookcase is complete, I'll do more photographing. But I'm very pleased with how this came out. Here are some photo's of the original inspirations for the bed and a picture of the comforter:
|the bed undecorated!|