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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

{Babygirl's Room} The Reveal!

Thank you, thank you for all the sweet comments yesterday! Especially Mr. Sugarplum, who actually read it, and left a comment!

I can't believe I'm finally showing you this room! Those of you who stuck with me through all 39 posts regarding Babygirl's Room deserve a drink medal. And despite taking sooooo long to complete, I love absolutely everything about this room!

You've waited long enough, let's get to it!

the room


bed

After choosing the color scheme, I found this adorable bedding with Parisian flair...so that became the underlying theme of the room. And painting the bed a fun radish color helps it pop off the wall for more weight and impact.


bedding collage

There were so many fun colors to pull from, and the No-Sew Pillows were a great opportunity to add more prints as well.


bed collage

I scored this mirror ages ago and it's been waiting for the perfect spot. Proof that you don't need to shop kid's stores for children's rooms. They are little people, but can still appreciate big design.


mirror

I originally wanted the bed on a different wall, flanked by side tables. But the dimensions of the furniture and room didn't allow for that floorplan, so it sits snugly in the corner. The main pieces are quite substantial, so I love the juxtaposition of the leggy side table (borrowed from another room, along with a lamp that lost it's home after Lamp-A-Palooza). It's the perfect spot for her Eiffel Tower Jewelry stand.


table collage

I love to layer rugs over carpet for more color and texture. And the stepstool proved necessary due to the unexpected height of the bed!

rug

The window is the biggest transformation in the room. By raising the curtains and adding the Monogrammed Pelmet, it demands presence...as opposed to its former tiny, forgotten window status.


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I was surprised how great the monogram turned out...and it's held up fabulously!


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Since Babygirl is only 5, a full study desk isn't necessary yet. But I designed her an Art Center so she'd have an area to create and lounge.

art center collage

A madeover breakfast tray became the perfect lap desk, and monogrammed tins hold all the supplies she needs to create artful masterpieces.

art center collage 2

The light fixture proved to be challenging, but after a failed project, I love the simple pom-pom lantern we ended up with.


light collage

The sliding doors made it difficult to utilize the closet, so I just took them out. By painting the inside and adding ribbon trim to the shelves, it becomes part of the whole room design.

closet

I made the fabric banner to bring more pattern and youthful energy to the room. Babygirl loves having all her books within easy reach too, so the bottom shelves are dedicated to them.

closet collage

All kids love hidden nooks, so the unused corner of the closet became her own special reading spot!


nook collage


Pillows make it comfy and battery operated lights brighten the dark space. She's got her books within reach, and a dry erase board nearby for special notes. Perfect little spot for a special little girl!

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The Paris prints are a nice vintage touch in the room.

paris prints collage


Painting the highboy a glossy yellow was the best decision I made in the room. It is definitely my favorite piece. I know my grandparents would love that their dresser found its way to her room, and with such a fun impact.


highboy

The DIY Canvas Art is a fun way to customize the room, and show off her personality.

highboy 1

I thought of leaving the side wall bare, but couldn't resist the opportunity to create a fun Gallery Wall.


galery

The collection on the memo board and magnetic strip is constantly changing, and she loves having control over what she displays. I foresee changing out the magazine art quotes as she grows, and the Suzy Ultman prints can easily be swapped as her taste changes as well. I'll gladly move the DIY nailhead trim art to another part of the house if she tires of it!

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My oops moment when painting the walls turned out to be a fabulous mistake since it resulted in a fun painted ceiling. And the Faux Crown Molding adds architectural interest. I love the mirror hanging over the door, it reminds me of the transom windows we had in our Paris hotel.


door collage

There is definitely a lot of strong colors in this room, but perfect for a fun-loving little girl. I also mixed several different patterns, but kept them all in the main palette of aqua, radish and yellow for cohesiveness. The black accents ground the room and lend some sophistication.

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She may be young, but she can still appreciate special touches like a sheepskin throw rug.


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And fancy accessories like mirrored trays to hold small treasures.


Picnik collage


I think her room is the perfect mix of youth and sophistication. Most nights you'll find all four of us snuggled up in her bed. I could lay there with her for hours, just looking around and listening to her stories.

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And since we live for Before & Afters, here's a peek at where the room started as a nursery.

before and after


And how does my client feel about the room? J'Adore!

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I had so much fun creating this special room for my sweet girl, and I hope she feels treasured in it. I tried to design it with her personality and style in mind. After all, her room deserves as much time and attention as the rest of the house.

The majority of this room was DIY projects, just click each link to read more about them. I can put together a source list if you all are interested...just let me know, and add any additional questions you may have in the comments. Thank you so much for your honest and invaluable opinions along the way, and continued encouragement and support! *Group hug* We did it!!


*** Update: The full Source List can be found here.

122 comments:

  1. beautiful!!!! it is so much more grown up!!!! the little reading nook is one of my fave areas.

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  2. Everything looks adorable. Well Done! She looks happy and that's what counts the most.

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  3. Oh Cassie- it's sooooo perfect! I adore the furniture and the special touches that make it such a delightfully pretty space. A giant congrats mama- you did an amazing job!!! xo

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  4. so cute! so many fun touches, i love the gallery wall and the art above her bed. xoxo jillian:: cornflake dreams

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  5. The rooms is adorable! Well worth the wait:)

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  6. THe room looks great! I love that it is not little kid decor, but still perfect for a little girl!

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  7. this looks so great!!! wow. i'm glad she can appreciate that rug, because gosh darn, so could i! :)

    congrats on a job well done!!!

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  8. I just love it, magazine worthy for sure! I love the colors, the pelmet, the lamp, the gallery wall. Definitely going to try the pelmet in my baby girl's room. Fantastic job, love your blog!

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  9. It looks so gorgeous! My fave things are the pelmet, the bed and that dresser!
    Oh and the little step is so cute!

    This is a room baby girl can grow into. So gorgeous!
    Rachie xo

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  10. It turned out so beautiful! I'm sure she will love it for many years to come.

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  11. my favorite is her closet nook ~ i would love to hang out there too! such a lucky young client! great job cassie!

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  12. Amazing job and great attention to detail. You deserve the award for all the hard work! :)

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  13. Congratulations on finishing! It is such a stunning room! Please post a source list - I could definitely benefit from your DIYs! Thank you for sharing the process. It's been so fun to follow along!

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  14. I am loving this room!! You did such a fabulous job!!! All of the colors and fabrics just go together perfectly!!!

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  15. It's perfect, Cassie. Really! You did an absolutely fabulous job :) YAY!

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  16. Absolutely gorgeous!! Your client looks thrilled with the end result : ) Now you have lots of free time for you to come make some pillows and a pelmet for my house.

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  17. What a beautiful space for such a beautiful little girl. I love the details, bright colors and patterns. It's a room she can live in for years to come :)

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  18. Fantastic! Love the yellow highboy!!

    I've been working my 8yr old daughter's room redo for MONTHS and it is killing me! We are doing a wall gallery as well...slowing adding pieces to it.

    Thanks for sharing your sugarplum's room!

    Carrie@221vision.com

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  19. i just love all the details and special touches of this room! it is beautiful :)

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  20. WOW! love it!! wasnt your sons room just featured in a local paper? ummm Im thinking they better come back for this room too!!! Great job girl!!! and now I am inspired to re-do my 8yo olds room (if she'll let me!) she hates change!

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  21. This is great - so beautiful. I love the gallery walll. Heck, who am I kidding - I love it all! Perfect!

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  22. Wow! You did it! The colors, the art, the fabrics...you really captured the fun and I'm sure your little one's personality! YOU deserve a pat on the back!!
    Blessings!!

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  23. Your attention to detail is amazing! Gorgeous room. Way to go.

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  24. This room looks awesome. I love the monogrammed pelmut and the faux crown molding. I added faux crown molding with just paint to my office a few months back. Now I'm thinking I need to add the trim to it to make it really pop. Great idea!

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  25. Just beautiful Cassie! I love all of it. Wheels are turning with the doors off the closet. Just love the window treatment. Tres Jolie.

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  26. Can I have a moment of honesty? I was thinking "after 39 posts, I'm pretty sure I already know what the room looks like..." Bad Aubrey, BAD! But you know what? I was wrong and pleasantly surprised!!! It's so darling and the color palette is so fresh and funky! Seeing the whole thing together makes me love it all the more, especially seeing all the different elements/areas that you worked into the room! I think you will be seeing a lot less of mini sugarplum now that she has that fabulous room! Forgive me for doubting you??? (c:

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  27. What wall and area and space is NOT TO LOVE! love it all, and the paris theme of course. I love that yellow dresser and the fun wall with initials and such. SO WELL DONE. Going to link this on my CraftOmaniac FB page. winks-jen

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  28. I absolutely adore this space! The bright colors are so fun, and I would have LOVED to have little art and reading nooks like that when I was a kid!! You have some lucky kids to have such gorgeous rooms! Great job!

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  29. Okay, I am a huge dork and came back to say I feel awful for doubting you. See??? Huge dork. (c:

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  30. Cassie, the room is just beautiful! You put sooo much hard work and love into it and it truly shows. I know she will love it for years to come, but better yet, I know she is super proud to have an awesome mom like you!!

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  31. ....apologize in advance if you already posted or answered this question.

    How/when did you decide to remove the doors from her closet? I've been debating this for a few months now for Lj's room.


    Thanks!

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  32. Oh, and her room is gorgeous! I love it.

    xoxo

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  33. some pictures don't show up :( the reading nook was a fun little surprise!

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  34. It is AMAZING Cassie! SO pulled together and pretty and AMAZING!!!

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  35. The room looks great! And, it looks like she really enjoys it, which is what it's all about!

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  36. Love the color combinations - the bed, highboys and walls all brought together with the bedding. So pretty!!

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  37. Tres chic!!! Amazing job Cassie!! I know you're thrilled to have this room done - you put some hard work into it and it's gorgeous!

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  38. Beautiful! Come see my wedding ring.

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  39. LOVE the room, what a dream room for your little girl!! The yellow highboy, the pink headboard and the monogrammed curtain and then all the amazing little details.Awesome, awesome job Cassie!!!

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  40. I love it!!! I especially love the pink headboard and yellow dresser and the art center and cozy reading nook and monogrammed pelmet.

    So beautiful!

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  41. About a month ago, I saw a pic of this room on Pinterest as I was searching for inspiration for my 6-year old's room and through Pinterest, I discovered your blog. Your room has served as the major color inspiration for my daughter's room. Yours turned out great and your sweet little girls looks thrilled with it! Feel free to visit my blog to see the progress we have made on our room.

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  42. Its so cute! I love the yellow highboy. Those kind of dressers always remind me of Beauty and the Beast. I especially like all the nooks that you created for her. What a fun room!

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  43. Love this room times a bajillion! Great job!

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  44. The yellow high boy looks awesome with the red bed.

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  45. I LOVE it! I love how you were not afraid to make it yours (and hers). :) Your risks paid off!!

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  46. Cassie, this is so lovely and such a perfect room for a little girl!! You did a fabulous job! xo

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  47. This room is gorgeous- she is a VERY lucky girl! I love how its youthful but she can still grow up in it with little tweaks here and there. You've done amazing things- I want that room!

    I especially love the little reading nook- how thoughtful!

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  48. Very nicely done! I love the color combo and the bed is amazing. I think my favorite are all the nooks too!

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  49. Holy amazing bedroom! Your daughter is one lucky little girl. I might have to steal this light fixture idea for my daughter's room:)

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  50. LOVE the yellow highboy...such great color throughout the room! Lucky girl to have you put such care into the creation of her room! Janell

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  51. This looks fantastic!! What a special room for your girl to fill with so many great memories!

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  52. Um...did BH&G come and style this room for a photo shoot?! This is the cutest/sweetest room. I LUV it. Someday she will *so* appreciate all the love and beauty you put into this space!

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  53. Please come over tonight and make drapies for baby k's room just like this- gorg!!! xoxo shel

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  54. Cassie, it turned out beautifully! And she is looking like she LOVES it! And who can blame her? You did a wonderful job! I love every single thing about it!

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  55. oh my gosh Cassie! it looks so good! I love the Paris prints and that monogrammed pannel! And your daughter is way too precious! :)

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  56. What an amazing room! I love all of the thought you have put into every detail. And your little girl is super adorable! Looks like she loves it!

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  57. Beautiful room for a beautiful girl! Good job momma! You rocked it.

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  58. LOVE it! My favorites are definitely the reading nook, crafty corner, and the yellow dresser. Gorgeous!

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  59. This turned out great - what a lucky little girl!! I love the bright bed with the bright yellow dresser. such a fun color combination!! You're making me want to quickly re-do my room so it can be just as fabulous!

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  60. Such a beautiful room! I just discovered your blog and have enjoyed looking at your projects. I love the colors you chose and how well they work together. Thanks for sharing!

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  61. You did a fantastic job on this and I can't wait to do the extending faux trim/crown at the top here at my home. xoxo

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  62. Woohoo!! You deserve a spa day or something! It looks awesome, Cass. Any girl would love that room (: All the special touches are so fun. The gallery wall and the highboy are my favorite touches!

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  63. Your style is superb! In the short time since I stumbled on your blog, I've already utilized one of your tips...the Home Sweet Home book of decorative prints. needless to say, I am your newest follower :)

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  64. Looks adorable! so many great ideas! I am sure my princess would love a big girl room like that!

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  65. Holy crap, I just about lost all bodily function upon seeing Baby Girl's room. OH.MY.GAH. The wait was worth every bit to see this GORGEOUS transformation. I think too many people "throw" together a room these days so this has me totally enamored. Anyone can just tell it is such a labor of love & tres chic on top of all that.

    Brava, C!!!! Such a stunning room for a darling girl.

    ::toasting you w/ a wine glass brimming w/ sparkling grape juice::

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  66. Oh, I just adore it! What a special place for your darling little girl. You are amazing!!!

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  67. Love it! I love that it's still fun but totally sophisticated at the same time!

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  68. It turned out to be sooo fabulous!! I bet she is one happy little girl!

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  69. I love it all! Adore the yellow dresser and the little reading/color nook. My daughter would Love It!

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  70. It looks incredible. I absolutely love every detail, well done :)

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  71. Wowza! I just absolutely adore Baby Girl's transformation! So fun, feminine and whimsical! This is definitely a room she is going to enjoy for years...you did a fabulous job!! :)

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  72. So many fantastic details, Cassie! I LOVE it. And I want to hide away in the closet and read a book!

    Congrats on being finished - it's amazing!!

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  73. Oh my gosh this is so totally fabulous!! Well done :) It looks absolutely amazing!! xo

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  74. Oh my, I love this room!!! My daughter is only 2 and I keep thinking of what her room will be when we make her a "big girl" room. I'm hoping to do some changes for her 3rd birthday, but we plan on completely gutting her future room. However, I'm going to follow you and make sure I remember this room because I LOVE the colors!!! I've found some fabric I'm addicted to and this floor wall will be very similar to what I want and your accent colors are wonderful! I also love the extras you have - all the pillows, the gallery wall, the art space - they are great touches for a little girl!!!

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  75. Cassie! Cassie! Cassie! Oh My!! Your babygirl's rooms is fit for a princess! I love it! You must have had sooo much fun putting this lovely room together! This really inspires me...:) Thank you sweetie!

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  76. Your babygirl is just adorable!You did an awesome job pulling this all together and keeping it fresh and fun for a young girl with a bit of sophistication. I love the headboard, highboy and monogrammed pelmet box- so awesome!

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  77. Yup. The highboy is my favorite too! Oh wait--so is the gallery wall. And the Parisian bedding! It's all just gorgeous! You pulled it together so well. Be proud of it!

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  78. Oh my word, I want that room for ME! I sure wish my 10 year old would go for something like that...

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  79. I think it looks fabulous. My favorite parts are the yellow highboy and the view of the headboard with the prints and sunburst mirror. What room is next? :-)

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  80. Oh man, I want a reading nook too! My house next?!

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  81. So fabulous. Can't wait to view it in person! ;)

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  82. Super beautiful. Hooray for you! Love this room, especially that vintage print blanket. Lovely to find you! M&K x

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  83. Cassie, what a great job! So unique! And I do understand the blood, sweat & tears that goes into re-do's! I've got 3-4 projects going on too! I'd love to showcase this room on my blog! Email me PlayfulDecor (at) gmail (dot) com if you would like it to be included in my gallery. Have a great week & hope to hear from you!

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  84. So perfect.... LOVE it. I spent many a night lying on the bed, talking with my daughter, when she still lived at home. Such special times....never forgotten.

    Warm blessings,
    Spencer

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  85. You NAILED IT with that yellow high-boy! FAB!!! franki

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  86. LOVE all of it!
    I'm in the middle of re-doing both my girls' rooms.. I've definitely got some inspiration.

    Glad I found you through House of Turquoise.

    ~Brooke

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  87. Great transformation; you did a fantastic job, Cass! I love all the colors and that this will grow with her for many years to come.

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  88. Love the lights in the nook. What a wonderful room to grow up in!

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  89. Ohh yay! So fun to see the whole room done! Love it. That gallery wall is fantastic. Love all of the details and that it's not too young.

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  90. Absolutely beautiful!!! Just every single detail in her room is perfect! :)

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  91. What a beautiful room. I LOVE love love it. Great work. You are truly talented.

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  92. awesome job....i'm going to feature it on my friday post! http://beachhouseinthecity.blogspot.com

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  93. You have done a fabulous job! I am currently working on all 3 of my kids' rooms, hard to finish...you have inspired me to keep going!

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  94. very sophisticated for a five year old. i would love it myself. i love your eye for color and how you didnt go with pastels most do for little girls. i can see her transitionng into a teenager in this room...guess you could say....i love it!

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  95. Looks great!!! You have inspired me to do the same for my little girls room:)

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  96. Looks great!!! You have inspired me to do the same for my little girls room:)

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  97. Loving this transformation, Cass! And I bet your little girl does, too. Kudos!
    Heidi @ Show Some Decor

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  98. This is a gorgeous room, she will be having a lot of fun in, even as a teenager, well done!

    Don't forget to add it to our weekly party for our readers to discover.
    http://www.passionatelyartistic.com/2011/07/weekly-talent-search-with-linking-party.html
    Thanks
    Maggie

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  99. This is an amazing transformation! Your little girl will enjoy this beautiful and fun room for years to come!

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  100. I have to stop looking at little girls rooms I have a boy! I have to remind myself of this sometimes. I would love it if you would come and share this with WorkShop Wednesday. It would be a nice addition to the party!

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  101. Gorgeous!!! I'll be starting my daughter's room soon and you have given me so many great ideas. Very well put together.

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  102. Love love love the highboy! I wouldn't have the guts to do it but it is so fun! Just goes to show me to try something outside of my box and I may love it! (I can always repaint, right? :)

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  103. This is so beautiful! I think I like the little art area the best.

    www.katiescreative.blogspot.com

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  104. That monogrammed window treatment is just perfection!

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  105. This room is awesome!! LOVE the color scheme. And, you have tempted me to paint the dresser in my baby girl's room.

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  106. I just love this room!!! What a fun and special place for your little girl. So much love and attention put into it!

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  107. I love what you did w/ your daughter's room (and every other thing you've touched in your house!)And as I think about tackling my own little girl's room, I have a design crisis and I wonder if you (or anyone reading) can help: My 8 yr. old daughter is nuts about color and her current faves are green (like, granny apple) and purple. We are planning to do her(tiny) room over soon (paint, textiles, etc) and she's adamant that she wants both bold colors represented ON HER WALLS. Two green, two purple. I told you it was design crisis! Do I wait for this phase to pass? She is pretty strong willed and I want to let her do her thing, but this one stumps me. She's poo-pooed the "accent wall" idea (w/ paint OR wallpaper) and also thinks she wants very bright and bold textiles along with these walls (duvet, pelmet, you name it). You and all your fans rock and I'd just devour any advice. Anyone??

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  108. Hi Amy -- you don't have an email account tied to your profile, so this is the only way to respond (hopefully you check back!)

    1. Thanks for the kinds words about this room and my blog.

    2. Those colors sound really fun. And she thinks she wants really bold, but colors are so much more intense when you get them on the wall. My suggestion would be to start with one of the very palest greens or purples, use it on all 4 walls. Then either make a wide stripe all the way around the room with a bold hue in the other color, or put multiple stripes on one wall. I painted a room dark, bold pink once, and it literally cast a pink glow out into the hallway, and everyone that went in had a weird coloring! Not kidding.

    3. Use your daughter's ideas as the starting point, appreciate her creativity, but bottom line is it's your house and you pay the bills. :/ Sounds harsh, but that's kind of my theory in our home. Take what she wants, and tone it down to fit your vision for the house.

    have fun -- and I hope this helps!!

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  109. Your room was a total inspiration to my daughter's. I mentioned your awesome blog in my recent post and have some pictures of my daughter's new room. Come by when you have some time! http://anotherstayhomemommyblog.blogspot.com/2012/01/as-promised.html

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  110. thanks for the inspiration! This room is fabulous!

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  111. so completely darling! :) what a lucky little lady!

    ~H

    operationorganization-mn.com

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  112. I love all the little details. You pulled all together so nicely! I love the radish colored bed and art niche! Beautiful!

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  113. Cassie - the color combo is FAB. What a precious room!

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  114. Wonderful!!! I am speechless looking at the room!!! How I wish I can transfer the look n feel of my kids room to be just like this one....

    Thanks for sharing

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  115. The painted furniture turned out great! The whole room looks wonderful!

    Try pulling out the highboy a bit in the corner so it's facing out of the corner a bit, and not flat against the wall. "Nobody puts baby in the corner!" ;-) I think it will really pop out in the room if if work size-wise.

    Gorgeous!

    (Found your blog from YHL!)

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  116. A bit late to the game, but OH MY!!! So many wonderful ideas here for my 6 year old little girls room. Magnifique!

    Elena

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  117. Coming over from Emily's to tell you that your house is just beautiful. Love it!

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  118. I'm so in love! This room turned out so well. The bedding and pillows are my favorite. I LOVE it!! What a lucky little girl! I would have loved for my room to look that good when I was her age ;) I swear I was born loving interior design.

    Marie H.
    www.progressionbydesign.com

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Your comments are like crack, or popcorn with milk duds, I just can't quit them. And unfortunately, because of insane amounts of spam, I've had to disable Anonymous comments for awhile. I just didn't need any more information on penis enlargements! But you can always email me! xoxo, cass

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