Eleanor’s bedroom has finally come together. Putting together a girl bedroom is so much fun.
We have an odd bedroom arrangement, with two bedrooms on the first floor and two upstairs in the converted attic. With the impending arrival of baby #4 (she is here now!), someone was going to have to share a room. This lead to one giant room switcharoo.
Now that the boys were sharing, they needed more space so they took our room. Since we wanted the baby on the same floor as us, Eleanor’s room was moved as well. We moved upstairs with baby and Quinn, Eleanor and Hudson moved downstairs. I love being upstairs away from all the chaos. Why didn’t we think of this sooner?
Eleanor’s bedding is from the Martha Stewart Whim collection carried at Macy’s. The sewing table was handed down from my mother-in-law and the mirror was a goodwill find that got a coat of spray paint.
I reused frames we already had and added art from a paper pad I found at TJ Maxx for like four bucks. You can find all the art here. (affiliate link)
Lots of things were reused from her old room. We didn’t have a dresser for her and were lucky enough to get one for free from my parents. I would love to refinish it and update the hardware someday.
I’m a bit nostalgic for the apple and pear prints. We reworked them, adjusting their color and size to fit her new room. Once upon a time they hung in her nursery as 18×24 prints and I would hear her little baby voice in the morning saying, “apple, pear, apple”.
When money magically appears I plan on getting a rug for her room. I also really would love a cute little stool instead of the ottoman that I stole from her big brother’s room.
It is a little hard to spy in this picture, but she has clipboards hanging next to her closet where she clips her art and special things she wants to save.
The curtains are from World Market. They were the inspiration for her big girl bedroom a few years ago. The coordinating pillows are actually cloth napkins that were turned into pillows by my mother-in-law.
I’m sure her room will continue to evolve. It feels good to have it feel finished, even if it isn’t final. Hard to believe she was just two months old when I started this blog. I finally wised up and instead of just sharing a stale space, I decided to share the people who make that space a home. She loved having me take pictures of her hanging out in her room.
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