I never thought it would get done, but it's officially DONE!!  I started working on pieces over the summer, but it got cold so fast and then I got pregnant!!  So, needless to say I am a little behind on things!  I am finally feeling better and I'm back in project mode.

Please enjoy the tour of my little princess's simple and sweet bedroom.  Every piece you will see has been redone by yours truly.

Come on in!

I found the clothes rack at Imagine That in Mishawaka.  I bought it for 10 bucks and sprayed it pink to match her monogram.  She hangs her princess nightgowns on it!!

The antique mirror was my husband's grandmother's.  It needed to be cleaned up.  I simply added a little spray and then distressed it.  We hung it at Quinny's level and now she has her own little place to get dressed.

Her bedding was purchased from Pottery Barn Kids.  I went with the paisley and polka dots to add some contrast!  The teal quilt came from TJ!  I love how the chandelier of paper lanterns turned out!  It ties all of the patterns together (it took forever to get the correct placement)!

Here's a before pic of the bed frame I made Quinny sand for me!!  LOL  I actually spray painted the bed with a beautiful creamy white color.  It was much easier than hand painting!!

The monogram came from ETSY.  The man had it done and sent out within a few short weeks!  I painted it pink and added some glitter for girly sparkle!

A friend passed this end table on to me.  Fresh coat of paint to match the bed and dresser... new knob... tada!

The artwork was found super super cheap at a Furniture Store that was going out of business.  The shelves came from Pottery Barn!  Of course we needed more hooks for our dress ups!

Quinny loves tea parties!  I found this cute little table and chairs at an online garage sale site and the table came from my amazing neighbor!!

I think it looks much better now!  HA!  We have countless tea parties in her bedroom.  This was always a dream of mine.  Just me and my princess.

Here's the before and after of the dresser (found on the side of the road)!!  I sanded, painted, added new hardware, and my mom found the perfect baskets from Target to fit inside where the preexisting drawer was.  I had another neighbor make the adorable polka dot runner for me!  It was the perfect touch!  I'm telling you I have the best neighbors!!

That's about it!!  Lots of projects, but I enjoyed doing them all.  It's always fun when the hard work pays off!  I love it and she's happy, too, so it's a win win!

Mal :)

 Thanks to my Dad for helping me paint the room, Larry Clifford for finding the dresser for me, Joyce for the table, Cyndie for making the runner, and Meredith Santucci for taking the pictures!!  It takes a village!!  Love you all!!

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