Bedroom Sneak Peek
I’m so excited to share my daughter’s room re-do with you guys, but it’s not quite ready yet. So I thought I would at least let you get a peek at the bed I found her.
Here’s a negotiation hint for you – don’t exclaim “Oh my gosh this is perfect I have been looking for one of these everywhere!” and then ask them to knock $50 off the price… Ok, so I’m not good at playing hard to get, this is why the Mr. will never take me car shopping :) but at $150 I still thought it was an ok deal considering the cheapest one I saw on Craiglist was $350.
I loved the chippy white finish on it so much, I really hesitated to paint it, but I promised my girly girl she could have a pink bed.
So I hit it with some spray paint…and I would like to publicly apologize to the Mr. for the state of his garage floor – it now has a lovely cotton candy vibe in there, which I guess is better than the CSI thing it had going for it before when I was using red spray paint??
I’m loving the pink, it is so much more fun this way! Sorry about the tight shot – I didn’t want to give too much of the room away yet, but you will notice in the back that the pink walls are gone!!
Can I just pause a moment to explain what a “special” experience hanging wallpaper with my favorite 18 month old mountain goat boy was? Let’s just say he ended up in the bathtub fully clothed, soaking wet and happy as a clam. :)
UPDATE – You can see the finished room here!
PS My blog was nominated over at Apartment Therapy for The Homies Best Home Design and Inspiration Blog, I would love love love it if you have a spare minute to drop by and vote for me – thanks!
I had a similar metal framed bed given to me and each time we moved I brought it with. Then one day I just got rid of it. Now today it is being used in so many homes to decorate a bed. Well I think keeping it in a garage 40 yrs. waiting for that day would of been silly of me :) If I had it now I would be glad to give it to someone out in blog land; sorry
I am loving her pink bed. When you said you were going to paint it I thought, Oh NO! But I love it and I am sure she does too.
Did you say beadboard wallpaper? if so, were did you get it? i’d love it for my room.
Loooooooooove! <3 <3 <3
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That pink is fabulous and what a shock (in a good way) when I scrolled down. LOVE IT!!
I love that pink!!!!! Just started following your blog today ;)
Luv the old iron bed. Completely girlie in that pink :-) Awaiting the rest of the reveal…
Such a cute girly bed – can’t wait to see the rest!
I tried to follow your link in this post to vote for you and it didn’t work :( If you tell me how, I will go vote for you.
Ok the link is all fixed – thanks for letting me know!
Ok, now it is really really fixed :)
I love this so much, I love your whole blog and house really. So glad I found you!!
LOVE what the pink paint did for that bed! I would have had a hard time painting it too but that is just so lovely! Maybe if I did that to my daughters old chippy metal bedframe she would like it better!
I adore this bed and the pink is incredible! I wasn’t sure when I first read that you were painting it, but seeing it done, it’s fabulous! Looks like a diva bed! LOL! I may have to find an old bed like this and pink it up too! Hugs, Leena
I miss my daughter’s childhood! Love redoing a girls room. Beautiful color and I can’t wait to see the end result:)
Oh! What a gorgeous colour! My daughter would adore a bed in that shade. Pretty new bedlinens I see there, too. Can’t wait to see the finished room!
Ooh Kelly! I’m so excited! Can’t wait to see the finished room! I’m redoing my little girls room too! I just LOVE the pink! Loved the white too, but man, that glossy pink on that bed is pretty perfect!
what a great find! i love old iron beds and the pink is perfect.
I love the pink! It’s adorable!
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So pretty, what a great shade of pink! Can’t wait to see the rest of the room!
Holy goodness! I LOVE the pink! At first I wasn’t sure about you saying you were going to paint it and then I saw the pink and fell in love! It’s so pretty, Kelly! Your daughter is one lucky girl!
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