Girls Room Redesign

Sharing some pictures from our Girls Room Redesign today. This has been a project in the work for months (last fall). Then, a few months before I actually took the pictures, ha!

I love the combination of white and gold – a perfect touch for a girls room that’s transitioning from a toddler room to a big girl room. 🙂

Girls white and gold room.

Big Girl Room Redesign-

Elizabeth Rose is 8 and Abigail Lily is 4. I was trying to go with a room redesign that would be great for them as they get older and I won’t have to do any major changes for a while. I could just add a touch of a color and it would be enough.

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I love the combination of white and gold. It’s so fresh and makes the room feel so spacious. Originally, I just had the white and gold without the polka dots, it felt just a bit “too grown up” so when I ordered the polka dots and added them, I love the look it gives. Takes it from an overly teenage room and feels just right.

White bedroom set.

BED FRAME-

I got the metal bed head frame from Overstock. I was a bit nervous about purchasing it because I wasn’t sure if I’d be able to paint it. But, I did and LOVE the way it came out. This is the gold spray paint I used here.

This is the bed skirt I purchased. It’s a beautiful bed skirt that would go with any bed set.

FURNITURE-

The furniture we purchased was from IKEA. Very afford and the quality was very impressive. Yes, it’s a bit annoying to put it together but was worth the savings. I then just took the drawer nobs and spray painted them as well, using this paint. Loved the new look with the gold nobs.

The mirror was a simple black mirror that I also painted with the same gold paint, I believe I got it at Target or Walmart. I had some serious difficulties with it, but, it still looks rather cute (my little one wanted her fingerprints on the freshly painted sides ;)..).

I got the fluffy bench at HomeGoods but here’s a similar bench. Or, you can purchase this one and spray paint the legs. That’s what I was going to do until I for one at HomeGoods.

DESK-

I got the desk at IKEA as well. The legs were white and I spray painted those as well. I was going to initially get this desk here. Very cute, modern and chic. This is the desk chair I ordered. I love it. It’s oversized and really comfortable. I also just spray painted the legs to match the rest of the gold touches.

The decor on the desk is here: alarm clock, a similar super cute lamp, and a similar basket to the one I got that they use for their laundry (I think I got it at Target but can’t find the link). 🙂

SHELVES-

I got the glass shelves at IKEA as well and just spray painted them. Love how cute they are.

Here’s a jewelry holder for hairpins and ties.  You’ve got to have some pineapple décor just because they’re so cute. You also need pineapple bookends. 🙂

I had a few “BEFORE” pictures but they were on my phone and it crashed so all of my pictures are gone. Anyhow, we had a tan carpet in there before (that was like 12 years old) and tan walls. Very old fashion and oh so boring – screaming, please redesign.

The pillowcases were a favorite project. I went to a fabric store and purchased the gold sequence material and the shiny gold material. Then, all I did was used a fabric adhesive and made the pillowcases that way. Super easy peasy and you’d never know I didn’t use a sewing machine. (This will be our little secret).

Well, this is my first time sharing our home. Did you enjoy it? I have a degree in Interior Design so this project was so fun for me. I mean SO SO fun!

Do you want to see more of my interior design decorating projects? 🙂

Question: Do you enjoy decorating and redesigning or do you dread it? What colors are your kids’ rooms?:) I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

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  • Vira 08/17/2018, 11:45 am

    Where did you buy gold polka dots? Thank you

    • Valentina's Corner 08/17/2018, 7:34 pm

      Hi, Vira! Under the first picture I talk about the polka dots, if you click on the bold green polka dots, it’ll take you to the exact ones I purchased. 🙂 I hope that helps. Thank you for visiting our online home.

  • Katya 08/08/2018, 10:42 am

    I’m all about girls rooms! You did awesome friend. Beautiful room! (p.s. loving your site redesign)

    • Valentina's Corner 08/08/2018, 12:33 pm

      You are so sweet, my friend. Thank you! You noticed our redesign:) :). We just went live yesterday but there are a few more tweaks we need to make. I’m so excited.

  • Larisa 07/28/2018, 10:27 pm

    The room looks cute. White makes it look so fresh and gentle. Totally matches girls that age. Good job. I surely don’t have that talent. Come redesign our home 😄.

    • admin 07/30/2018, 10:52 am

      Larisa, just tell me when to go. My hands are itching to get back into helping with design. 🙂
      Thanks for the sweet comment, always soo appreciated.

  • Tamra 07/28/2018, 5:42 pm

    I absolutely love how you designed the bedroom – it’s beautiful! Yes, please share more design ideas. I’m sure many of your followers would welcome your ideas. Thank you for sharing!

    • admin 07/28/2018, 11:10 pm

      Thanks so much for visiting and your feedback, Tamra. So appreciate it! 🙂 I’m so glad you enjoyed a piece of my heart – a love for design and decorating. 🙂

  • Lena 07/28/2018, 12:25 pm

    Amazing design of a girls bedroom Valentina! And so much work! Looks beautiful! I tend to procrastinate with designing bedrooms;) seem to have a picture in my head of exactly what I want, but then always feel bad spending on it;) I have 2 boys, one toddler and one an infant… Both are in the same room, and we painted one wall light baby blue, and the other 3 walls striped with white and the same light blue. Furniture is white, and grey… So pretty basic 🙂

    • admin 07/28/2018, 11:09 pm

      Lenka, oh trust me, this was a long time project. I like to keep looking until I find the “perfect” pieces that I have in mind. But, the finished product is lovely.
      Oh I love your boys’ room, it sounds lovely for boys. Our Nathan (6), has a Nautical theme and sounds similar to yours. 🙂

  • Oksana 07/28/2018, 7:41 am

    Boy rooms ideas, please… but the girls room is looking awesome. For some reason I think there is always so much more ideas/things for girls out there then boys. Unless it’s just me thinking like that since I only have boys, lol.

    • admin 07/28/2018, 11:07 pm

      Really? I thought it was easier to decorate for boys, ha.. 🙂 Nathan’s room is a Nautical theme. I’ll have to share that for sure. Older boys room (they share), is a gray and white with orange accent.
      Thanks for visiting, Oksana.

  • Ilona 07/27/2018, 2:03 am

    Beautiful room!!! I love a well decorated home, but it’s something I’m not good at! Would love other posts about decorating, thanks!!!

    • admin 07/28/2018, 10:04 am

      Thanks, Illonochka. You’re so sweet.
      Hey, sometimes it just takes a little bit of practice. 🙂 So glad you enjoyed this post. We have a few more rooms in the works so I’ll share the before and after. We build our home in 2005 and with 5 kids, some rooms are ready for a touch-up and redesign:).

  • Viktoriya 07/24/2018, 11:56 pm

    Love this post! You definitely did an amazing job. Please share more of your projects & share your tips & tricks.
    I kind of dread starting a project but love seeing the outcome.

    • admin 07/25/2018, 8:39 pm

      Thanks, Viktoriya. You are so sweet. I’m like super excited that there are some of you that likes this kind of thing because I sure do and it would be great to share it. 🙂

  • Luba 07/24/2018, 9:51 pm

    Valentina you did a beautiful job. Something I would like to do as well if I have a girl(s) someday. For now I just have two boys and a hubby who really don’t care about the design.I really enjoyed the post and would like to see more design/family posts in the future.

    • admin 07/24/2018, 10:11 pm

      Thanks so much, Lubochka. You’d be amazed how much girls can change the minds of their dad, ha. 🙂 Thanks for the encouragement for future posts, so appreciated. Knowing what you all want to see helps me know what to create and post. 🙂
      Thanks for being a part of our online family.

  • Katie Kiosak 07/24/2018, 9:28 pm

    I love your decor. As for me, I dread to start something but then love the results. My kids room are in transition state from nursery to big kid rooms. The color I have for girl is mauve and baby boys room is dusky teal. I chose these colors because they are soothing for newborns and perfect subtle colors for kids.

    • admin 07/24/2018, 10:19 pm

      Katie, your colors sound absolutely dreamy.
      I kind of get what you mean. This was a big project that needed to be done since Elizabeth was born (8 years ago). 🙂 The feeling of completion is oh so WONDERFUL.

  • Alla legky 07/24/2018, 7:56 pm

    Super cute!! Love the room sis!! What talent!!😍😍😍😍

    • admin 07/25/2018, 12:15 am

      You’re so sweet. Thanks, sis. And you’re the one with the talent, I just want to be like you. 🙂 <3

  • Olga 07/24/2018, 7:41 pm

    Loved this post. You should help me with my home design. 😬I’ve been trying to find the right stuff for living room, bathrooms and bedrooms and it seems like none of the stuff is “speaking” to me. I will know if that’s the right design when I see it, except that I haven’t seen what I’m looking for. I’ve been trying to design my 5 yr old room and now I have to prepare our infant’s room so that he’ll start getting used to sleeping in his own bedroom. Don’t even know where to start!🤔

    • admin 07/25/2018, 8:41 pm

      Olga, I’ll be right over! Before I became a full-time mom, that’s what I did for a living. I had a cleaning job that gave me the right connections and turned into an interior design business. It was amazing. Was such a hard decision to leave that. Hey, if you need any help, shoot me an e-mail. 🙂 🙂 The process is long but the results are worth it!

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