Almost there!


Here is our  tiny guest bedroom (once Maddy's) almost complete!



I started out with my 10.00 table,

Maddy's unused Target lamp,

Vintage looking clock from Wal Mart and

a small plant from Lowes.


I then made a fabric headboard (that took about 30 minutes).

More on that later.

And found the cutest bedding ever at Kohls!


I needed art.

Nothing too busy but fun.

Can letters be fun?  I think so..


This is what I came up with.

I lived with it for a day and just knew it was missing something.


Pops of color?

I can do that!

So I painted one of my #1 sellers

"Every little thing is gonna be alright".


And that silver mirror turned Navy.

It was starting to get there... little by little.


I removed the red from my plank DIY mirror and that helped a lot!

But it was still missing some whimsy.

Hmmmm..

How bout another sign?


That did it!!!



At first I was afraid it was too much.

Then I reminded myself that small rooms need BIG personalities.  :)


Oh ....

Happy...

Day!


It came together...


I did keep the old granny chenille blanket. LOL

I'm hunting now for a navy rug and curtains.

If you have a good source I would love to hear it.


So can small rooms go BIG?


I think so!


I smile every time I pass it.

What would really make me smile is filling it with family.

Much love, Susie

25 comments:

  1. Looks like a room I would want to stay in! Great job! Love the signs! By the way...we sell navy rugs. You could get it custom with a border or design inlay or just solid. Just email me if you are interested. I'll give you a deal!

    Darlene

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  2. Oh I love it. Such happy colors and the signs are just perfect. Love that slat mirror too. How fun is that. Beautifully done. Hugs, Marty

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  3. It's beautiful! I hope you don't care, but I just "pinned" your room so I don't forget about your "H" sign. I think I may need that in the near future.

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  4. You did a great job! I just love those pops of green. The signs are awesome!! Is it wrong that my favorite part of the room is the "old granny chenille blanket" :-)

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  5. Love the room, love the colors and just love the pillows on the bed! And the headboard and the striped "H" and the sweet dreams sign.....well...I love everything about it!!

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  6. You are amazing! Add a tall pop of something gray or whatever to the left of the green sign and table and that wall will be balanced out :) It's LOVELY, just all the wall stuff seems to be more to the right..
    Please don't hate me (..as I duck my head..) lol!!

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  7. LOVE it....I am coming to visit and probably not leaving for a very long time.......
    Andrea

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  8. Susie it turned out FANTASTIC! Love the color combo...

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  9. Can you please come to Illinois and re-do my bedroom?!?!?! I just adore your decorating style!

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  10. How 'bout dis? Let's pretend I'm family! I just nominated you for the CL blog awards - seriously! The room is adorbs.

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  11. Love the Sweet Dreams sign! You're so clever!

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  12. pretty!!! love all of it. :o)

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  13. I LOVE it!! And I especially love the granny blanket!! They remind me of an old cottage by the lake I used to stay in when I was younger:) Every bedroom had a tiny bed with a granny blanket!! Wish I had those blankets now:)

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  14. in love!!! that green is currently my favorite color in decorating. thank you for sharing your awesomeness! i love me some southern input and influence!!!

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  15. My favorite parts are the bedding & the mirror!

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  16. Susie, it's soooo cute! You did a great job on the signs; they add just the right amount of fun!

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  17. The room looks beautiful and fun!!
    I love the color combination!

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  18. Very cute! Love the signs - and the colours. Hugs, B x

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  19. You inspire me! Beautiful!

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  20. Beautiful job, Susie! I bet your guest will love it in there!

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