Decorate in a day!

Yes. You. Can!

First Madison and I started off with finding our focal point.

In her bedroom we knew it would be a reading chair.

We are limited on space so it had to be functional and fit.

We found her at World Market!

You can find more info on the chair here.

She is the Feather Print Lydia Dining chair and oh so soft.

The legs are a deep espresso so that's a perfect match with her book shelf.

And who could pass up these nail heads?

I think not.  :)

Here now is our palette full of fun colors.

We then shopped the store and found almost everything we needed.

I was loving it!

We jumped ahead a bit and cheated on Friday.

We painted the room before our colors were picked out.

I knew I wanted to go with something that flowed with the rest of our house.

Maddy picked Romantic Overcast from Wal Mart.

It worked out just perfect.

Step be cont.

xoxox Susie


  1. I LOVE the chair...what a great inspiration piece! The paint color is great, too. Can't wait to see it all come together!


  2. Love the paint color and the chair is fabululous. Hugs, Marty

  3. That chair is gorgeous! Great job; and thanks for sharing!


  4. Fantastic chair! Love the wall color too!!

  5. Didn't you just repaint and redecorate Maddy's room? You have much more energy than I do!

  6. OOOOOO I can't wait. I love those colors together. John and I are planning the remodel of our bedroom and bath and those are the colors I'm leaning towards. I'm so excited to see this big reveal!!!

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