Monday, October 11, 2010

Teagan's Bedroom Reveal

So after so much promising, I'm FINALLY showing you my daughter's new "big girl" room...the transition from a nursery to a toddler room...that she can easily grow into.

Let's look at some of the before...which came from a pink and brown nursery, but it was all disassembled in these pics and ready for some fresh paint.



Her's some of the during, and a few of my helpers...



And the updated room...










A chalkboard and table, that transitions for her tea parties...including a hand painted tea set that was my great grandmother's, that my mother played with as well...







Some of the details ~ some vinage, some new, some handmade and a little detail added to the bed, a grainsack inset on the headboard...

                     The CSI Project Thrifty Decor Chick

37 comments:

  1. OMG, that is all so pretty, and this cute little cheep;)
    Your baby girl has a very nice mama;)

    Lovely greetings...

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  2. This turned out so lovely!! I love the soft colors and the girly bling! You did a wonderful job!!

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  3. That is the most beautiful big girl room I've seen in a long time! Thanks so much for sharing.
    Suzie @
    staycalmandsewsomething.blogspot.com

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  4. What a beautiful room! I especially love the tea party chalk board.

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  5. I love your blog and your daughter's room is so adorable. My favorite is the sign about nightime routine and well, pretty much everything!!!! I am visiting from the shabby nest! I will be back to visit FOR SURE! Happy Friday!

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  6. What a lovely room! I love the mix of black and white & old and new.
    Wonderful details everywhere! The little lamb at the end of the bed made me smile.

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  7. I really enjoyed the bedroom makeover. What a lucky little girl.

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  8. Oh, this was just beautiful! I loved all of your attention to detail. Love the lamb, the chalkboard, the little table as well as everything else. I love the old pine table as a nightstand. Everything in here is really transitional. Really, a beautiful job!

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  9. What a sweet room. I love the old tea set that has gone down through the generations - what a treasure.

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  10. Very sweet and charming room! You did a great job on it! Love your tea set and the chalkboard is darling! I host a decorating party at my blog if you would like to join in sometime- great post! :)

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  11. What colors did you use on the wall?? Such a pretty room :)

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  12. This is such an adorable room! The mix of old and new is absolute perfection. I can't even pick out a favorite part! Nice job!

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  13. Stunning. It could be in a high design magazine. Sophisticated yet casual and approachable enough for a young girl. Love the chevron and quote print.
    Yay you.
    Pam @ beColorful

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  14. what a wonderful room. i wish it belongs to me :) your girl is so lucky to have a talented mama.

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  15. Found you through The Shabby Nest! This is beautiful! Totally inspired to do my daughter's room now!

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  16. lovely! and i love the tutu! so cute! :)

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  17. Oh wow, it's stunning! I love it. It's a little girl's (and big girl's) dream room! You did a beautiful job! Thanks so much for sharing your creativity in the DIY Project Parade. I'd love to feature it in the near future! ;)

    Roeshel

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  18. The room is wonderful and the pic of the 'big girl' herself painting is just adorable. xx

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  19. Beautiful room! I am redoing my girl's room at the moment as well, it is so fun to work on such pretty spaces, yours turned out so well! I'm sure your daughter loves it! My favorite might be the "bedtime routine" sign - very cute!

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  20. Ay yi yi! My heart goes pitter patter-I wish this was my room. Absolutely beautiful! You did a wonderful job!!

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  21. I love the chandelier-where did you get it?

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  22. I am in love...my daughter will be 2 in December and I will probably be updating her room right around her 3rd B-Day!!! I have definitely been inspired by your design!!! I am now a faithful Follower of your BLOG!!!!
    Went back and read every single post!!! Will you please share paint colors you choose for her room as well as the gray accent color you used on some of the accessories??? Please pretty please!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  23. This is beautiful! I love the chandelier and the grain sack on the headboard. It's gorgeous! :)

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  24. Very nice! Love the hide on the floor & the chalkboard especially :)

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  25. Would love to know the paint color of the top half?

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  26. be still my heart!!!! i LOVE LOVE LOVE this room. the palette is beautiful and i love the mix of vintage with a little modern, too. your newest follower!

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  27. It's a really gorgeous room! You did an amazing job and the details are fabulous! Angie xo

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  28. Where did you get the sheet or bedcover with the vertical ruffles?

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  29. We love this party link and I wanted to let you know that we are planning on featuring it on our blog. We hope that you get a bunch of new visitors. If there is any chance that you could post about being featured on Remodelaholic with a link back to your post on our site, we would really appreciate it.
    www.remodelaholic.com

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  30. Oh my gosh, this looks GREAT!!!!! I love it all! It is so chic and serene at the same time! Love LOVe LOVE!

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  31. Love it! I think my favorite elements are the simple ones - the bedtime routine, the framed prayers - that personalize it and add sweet touches. I'm stealing (borrowing? :)) those ideas for my big girl's room!

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  32. Oh my! So pretty! The color you painted above the chair railing is the color I have been trying to find for many months...would you be so kind as to share the info with us? A few others have asked as well :0) You did a great job!!

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  33. Thanks for the great comments. In a ladder post, I posted all of the info about the room redesign. The top paint color is Sherwin Williams Alpaca.

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  34. What a beautiful room! I love the colour palatte and all the details that pull it all together. :)

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  35. Wow, I love this! The details are fantastic, and I especially like the chandelier. I just came across your blog through CSI Project, and I'm your newest follower :)

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