Today, I'm showing off my big girls' room: Ava Grace and Edy Rose.
The girls have been sharing a room for around two years. AG sleeps on the bottom bunk and Edy sleeps on the trundle pull-out bed. Although the top bunk has a bar and ladder, I'm not quite ready to make that bed every single day. Have y'all made a bunk bed? It's literally torture!
Hands down, the number one viewed post and most pinned post from my blog is the tutorial I gave on making cornice boards without any carpentry necessary. Click HERE to check it out. In the post, I give a detailed tutorial on how to make cornice boards from Styrofoam insulation using duct tape, a staple gun, some batting, and fabric. I'm happy to report that these cornice boards are still as lovely as the day they were installed.
This little cabinet has been repurposed so many times. First, it was my in-laws. Then, Graham and I painted it and used it in our first apartment as a little pantry. After that, I painted it again and used it in my classroom. AG's nursery was pink and brown and I painted it and used it in there for a while. Now, it fits perfectly behind the girls' bed to store books. I've never taken the time to repaint it. I guess I could quickly repaint the door for a quick update. Hmmm...maybe later! :)
I'm so thankful for this big closet. It makes organizing and keeping things tidy so much easier.
AG loves her room!
Edy still enjoys playing at her vintage AKA 1990s hair salon.