Priscilla’s Colorful Kid Room
We’ve been living at our home for a year and a half now, and I’ve just finally gotten my kids’ rooms decorated and organized enough to share with you. (I don’t have curtains up in the living room yet, but that’s another issue all together…) Here’s a peak at Priscilla’s colorful kid room with all of the handmade, vintage, and thrift store finds that make it fun and unique.
Creative Girls Room Ideas
- Think beyond pink. I’ve never been a pink kind of mama, so I went with bright primary colors of red, yellow, and blue.
- Shop at thrift stores and buy second-hand. I’m all about buying kids’ décor and toys second hand at sales, flea markets or thrift stores. I found the Melissa & Doug Wooden Play Kitchen used on Craigslist and like it so much more than plastic ones.
- Add some handmade touches. I made her Priscilla name bunting out of cloth place mats, ribbon and felt. And the abstract painting above the bed was a gift from my dear artist friend, Katie, when I was pregnant for Priscilla. I’ll tell you more about the basket wall book display next week.
- Throw in some vintage. I added some fun touches with a vintage yellow canister set, crewel embroidered wall art, a cute 1970s cork board, a vintage yellow lamp with striped shade and a vintage doll high chair I used as a little girl. And no little girl’s room is complete without a Raggedy Ann doll, right?
How do you decorate your kid rooms? Have any creative girls room ideas to share?
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