Daughter’s Room Reveal

 
 
lavender girls bedroom
 

Updating My Daughter’s Room To A Big Girl Room

Teen Daughter Bedroom Reveal:

My middle child / youngest daughter’s room is finally done! (Just in time for us to move!)
 
Here’s a glimpse of the way it looked “before”… evidence that a few small changes can have a big impact on a room.
 
I love the way it came out and wanted to be sure to share it here before it’s too late! 
 
I had the help of Muse Interiors for some of the trickier items like her custom head board and the fabulous window treatment from Martyn Lawrence Bullard’s amazing fabric line (that I can’t bear to leave behind).
 
I’ve listed the majority of the sources for almost everything else below….
 

tulip chair at desk with extra large bulletin board
 
overview of teen girl's bedroom reveal
 
pottery barn side table in girls room
 
monogram pillow case on girl's bed

 

wall paint is Benjamin Moore Lavender Ice

side tables: Pottery Barn Kids
white lamps:Amazon
pink alarm clock: Amazon
white duvet cover: Overstock.com
large bulletin board: Ballard Design
desk: West Elm
green pom pom organic throw: PBteen

PS: For even more girl’s bedroom ideas: my older daughter’s room reveal!

 

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16 Comments

  1. beautiful, sue! I know it will be so hard to leave…donna

    Published on 7.29.14 · Reply
  2. Sue, I love it!! What a lucky girl!! I especially love her bulletin board…can't wait to see how it all transitions into your new home!

    Published on 7.29.14 · Reply
  3. Cali wrote:

    This is wonderful! I don't see those great pom pom shams listed…where might they be from? I can't get over the valance. Your daughter is very lucky.
    Cali

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  4. What a special room. I'm sure it will be hard to leave those window treatments behind! 🙂

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  5. Well the next home owner should be glad that you created a gorgeous room for someone to move into! I am sure her next room will be just as wonderful!

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  6. This looks awesome!

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  7. Such a cute room! I love the window treatments, they are really a great focal point!

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  8. How cute is this room! I love it!

    xo

    Michaela

    http://michaelajeanblog.com

    Published on 7.29.14 · Reply
  9. So cute – love the pops of purple, too!

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  10. Fabiana wrote:

    A lovely room. She is one lucky girl to have had such a gorgeous space! Best of luck to you all in your new home….

    ciao!

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  11. Sue… it looks great. So darling. If I were your daughter, I wouldn't move!!

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  12. Sue this looks AMAZING! Wow you did such a beautiful job…..I can only bet that she is overjoyed and the envy of her friends:)

    Published on 7.30.14 · Reply
  13. Monnaie wrote:

    Beautiful home interior designing and interior furnishing..

    Published on 7.30.14 · Reply
  14. Such a great space! Can you take the drapes with you? I'd hate to leave them!

    Published on 7.30.14 · Reply
  15. Incredible decor, Sue!!! I know your daughter is overjoyed with how it came together. And, as one who has moved a lot, just take those window treatments with you. Even if they need to be reworked. I'm in love with Martyn's fabric line, as it's what I used in my laundry/mudroom.

    xoxo E

    Published on 8.1.14 · Reply
  16. Her room is so beautiful, Sue! I am sure it will be hard to leave behind, but no doubt her room in the new house will be just as gorgeous. Have a fantastic weekend! xoxo

    Published on 8.1.14 · Reply