We were given dressers and a nightstand from Grandma's house that we decided to use for my toddler girl bedroom. My decorating ideas started with painting the furniture a primary green gloss enamel. I found some darling Holly Hobbie sheets at Sears in yellows and greens that I hoped my little girl would love too. My mother-in-law sewed curtains and I made a bedspread with ruffles and frills. I painted the walls in a light shade of a green matching the fabric. I painted the trim and built-in bookshelves a shade darker. The little girl bedroom decorating ideas I had imagined were taking shape.
Peter J James is a freelance writer based in New Zealand. He is an avid Shopper and Frequent Buyer of Products Online. He is always looking for the best deals on things for the home. One of his favourite NZ based shopping sites is Briscoes. They have great online deals on Soft Furnishings and he has recently bought Curtains and Drapes online. Check out the site Briscoes.co.nz for regular sales and giveaways.
If your bedroom contains foliage, you might want to consider pressing leaves or flowers and framing your work; the best of these are flat. You basically place the leaves or flowers in a book to allow them to dry flat. They are ready for your wall hanging when they become crisp. This shouldn't take longer than a week or two. After the items are pressed, you will just need to mount the artwork and hang it on your wall.
Bedroom Sunday , July 01st , 2018 - 10:08:23 AM
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