I’ve talked about my house before and how we moved back into it after three years away and how we are making some updates to the house. One of the things about moving back into this house is that we are moving in with fewer family members, so we have extra rooms. I decided that I wanted to make one of the extra upstairs bedrooms my craft room, which is so awesome, but was going to take some work. It had been occupied by both my youngest child and my grandsons. One of the walls had a lot of issues, so my husband and I decided to try our hand at Wall Texturing. Actually, he already knew what he was doing, I had no clue.
Phew….it’s been quite the overhaul the past couple months remodeling TWO rooms at the same time! It’s been crazy, but I absolutely LOVE how this FROZEN Inspired Bedroom for my little lady turned out….so perfect, and she’s totally thrilled with it!
So I shared the other room that’s been undergoing a huge transformation on Sunday with my Craft Room Grand Reveal. I love that room, since it’s specially mine, but I have to say that the way this Frozen Inspired Bedroom turned out is my FAVORITE! It was so fun to put together, and the look (and squeals) by Black Widow when she saw it (I did a grand reveal for her, too) was SO worth all the hard work!
It actually was PERFECT timing, since my mom was throwing a FROZEN party for my baby sister (she just turned 11….we’re over 17 years apart!), and gave a lot of the leftover supplies to us to use for this room. SCORE!!! Thanks so much, Mom! One of the items was this super-neat painted branch:
Seriously, just a branch (thick and sturdy) spray painted white (with a touch of glitter spray). We nailed it to the wall above the IKEA Expedit shelf that we use as her dresser, and hung sparkly snowflakes and rock-crystal (sugar candy) sticks from it. It’s such a fun accent piece!
The I used the FROZEN Inspired Wreath that I had made previously with after-Christmas clearance items as part of her ‘accent’ wall. Add some blue-with-sparkly-snowflake tulle and colorful ribbon, and it definitely is a great focal point! And don’t forget the fun puffy-pom-poms hanging in the upper corner!
Notice the AMAZING pattern on her accent wall? I received it free to assist with this post: It’s the Starry Moroccan Night Stencil from Royal Design Studio. They have so many AMAZING stuff you can add to walls, furniture, you name it! I’m so excited to meet them at SNAP! Conference this week! Another note – it may look like it took a lot of work with the stenciling, but it was actually SUPER EASY!
The bedspread was more work than I had originally thought, but I was happy with the results. Keep your eyes peeled for a tutorial coming soon!
We got another version of the IKEA Expedit shelves to use as a window seat, just adding some cushions on top. Now it’s the perfect place for her to sit and read! I added some blue storage totes for in the cubbies for a ‘pop’ of color, and to assist with storage.
I also wrapped a cushion around the edge of the handmade bench area, since that corner sticking up made me pretty nervous!
So in the movie FROZEN, in Elsa’s castle she makes that beautiful ice crystal chandelier, right? Well, I had to craft one really quick for this room to make it complete!
Since Wonder Woman is ultra-artsy, I made her an entire Art Wall for her to hang here masterpieces on!
I seriously LOVE LOVE LOVE this room! Of course, I added some FROZEN stickers I got from Amazon all over the walls, along with white and silver snowflakes. There’s LOTS of sparkles to this room….so fun!