Inspiration is everywhere on Pinterest!
Most of us fill our pin boards with projects that we would love to duplicate in our homes, but in actuality we never follow through on those dreams.
It could be because there are not enough hours in the day, but what about those pins that seem impossible to recreate in your own home in the first place?
Inspired by gorgeous girls' bedrooms done in hot pink and turquoise, one mom was frustrated that she was unable to find the sources for her favorite pin. She was determined to give her daughter's room in their new home a sophisticated "big girl" face lift.
So, she took things into her own hands and went to work tracking down the items herself. With a little resourcefulness and DIY effort, she and her husband were able to create a girlie, Pinterest-worthy tween bedroom that their daughter absolutely loves! (And how about that dreamy aqua ceiling?)
We hope you enjoy these dramatic transformation pictures as much as we do.
Best of all, they’ve shared all of their sources with us right here.
Custom Bench Cushion: Patio Lane
Bench with Cubbies: IKEA
Cushion and Bulletin Board Fabric: Sunbrella Bevel Smoke (reversible; from Fusion collection)
Comforter: Walmart (originally purchased from Kohl's; currently unavailable)
Wall Paint: Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray
Ceiling Paint: Behr Misty Isle
Area Rug: Amazon
Furniture: Rooms To Go
Here is another darling example from one of our customers using a bench cushion done in Saratoga Toile Pink by Ralph Lauren.