If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen my latest post showing a little glimpse of my daughter’s sweet pink girls room. Her room has been nearly finished for well over a year and I’ve never shared it! I’ve always intended to do a big reveal here on the blog but I’m a bit of a perfectionist and have wanted to add a few special details and with work projects taking precedence I just haven’t gotten around to really finishing it. So here is just a little, tiny, mini reveal (seriously 2 pictures – sorry!) for any of you who have been wondering how A’s girls room design turned out.
If you remember from the initial eclectic pink girls room design, I had originally planned on using a white shag rug in here. We already had the rug from when we used this room as a playroom when the twins were younger. But I have to say a shag is not the best choice as kids get older, since they really are harder to keep clean. While I love the plush factor of a shag and its softness (it really was great when they were babies), trying to get stickers unstuck from the long threads and bits of broken crayons and other debris vacuumed up became too much. I also really wanted to bring more color into the room – the wallpaper is beautiful and vibrant but we only have it on one wall and so much of the furniture not shown in these pictures is white so some more color was needed.
Enter this beauty from Momeni. With pretty hues of pink, yellow & blue, the colors echo those in the wallpaper and design is gorgeous. It is a thin profile rug (so easy to vacuum and clean) but also super soft and has held up really well – so I highly recommend.
Another addition shown here that wasn’t in the original plan, is this set of blush pink XO watercolor art prints. They were an Etsy find and the perfect addition for my pink-obsessed girly, girl.
I hope to finalize some of the last finishing touches soon, but can’t make any promises. So when I do I will be sure to share the rest of this sweet pink girls room with you.
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