Vintage floral teen bedroom reveal.
I couldn’t wait any longer to reveal Kennedy’s vintage floral teen bedroom!
We started on Kennedy’s bedroom at the beginning of March, life got in the way, but now I’m FINALLY done!! Well, I’m done enough to do a reveal of the space even though I have a few other ideas up my sleeve.
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Since it’s been so long, here’s the before of the space when we bought our home.
Here was the inspiration mood board for Kennedy’s room.
Most recently I made her window seat cushion, which was super easy and has held up really well.
What kicked off the whole transformation was the garden trellis wood accent wall. It’s all painted in Behr NYPD in Marquee Eggshell.
This has been quite the trend in our house between Kelsey’s bedroom makeover and our master bedroom accent wall. It feels amazing to finally be able to reveal Kennedy’s room.
Just in time for the new school year, this new teenager has a new room.
I love a good challenge and Kennedy deficiency put me to it with the blue flowers and the vintage vibe. The headboard was the first piece of furniture I bought. Her desk I found on the local mom swap site.
I used my third attempt at my scroll saw to make a “K” for her wall. It’s faaaaaaar from perfect and I have an IOU for a better one down the road. I used my Circuit to cut out petals to make these paper flowers. I’m not 100% sure they’ll stay. In my head I thought it would be perfect, but in real life I’m not sold.
I picked the color for the accent wall from the bedding. I wanted the overall feel of the room to be airy and felt that bringing in a lot of white and gray accents would help that. The three other walls are painted in Behr’s Whisper White in eggshell.
I decided to pull the rug back closer to the bed to allow for more floor space near the desk and the window. Before we changed our flooring to luxury vinyl plank flooring, we had carpet. Now that we have smoother flooring I may switch out Kennedy’s desk chair to one she can scoot around.
Even though I love the way the room turned out, what’s most important is that Kennedy loves it. Actually it’s been the space that both girls hang out in the most and her sister Kelsey has had a lot of sleepovers here this summer. I can’t even tell you how happy I am to see them making memories in this room.
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