1. love these ideas and love her room! i am trying to do the same with emmy- we have pieces she can use, and i really want to help her get her room in a better place and maybe more conducive to her use of space. you inspired me!

  2. Your daughter is beautiful and I think you and she did a great job with the room makeover.
    You were able to use some things she already had and get a new look. Great job!

  3. susan logan says:

    The room looks great and very sophisticated! Well done!

  4. Great tips. I had to redo my oldest daughter’s room without some of these tips but will keep them in mind with my younger one once I’m ready to tackle her room. But the one thing that I did tell my oldest was that this was it for me. Any new things she wants, has to come out of her own money. That will definitely make her pause before purchasing which I think will help her throughout life.

  5. What color is that blue wall?

    1. It is called Indigo Cloth by Valspar.

  6. I love your daughters room and it has given me good ideas for my granddaughter’s room. The rug is great but I’m having trouble finding it on the link you provided. Can you help with this please?
    Thank you.

  7. Hello. Thanks for the inspiration. Where did you get the hanging chair?

    1. Glad you like it Sean! Is the link to it not working anymore in the post? I bought it on Amazon.

  8. I love these ideas! The use of textiles and accessories really makes a big difference in transforming a bedroom. I’m going to have to try some of these hacks on my own teenage daughter’s room. Thank you for sharing!

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