Sunday, December 9, 2007

Moo-Cow Adventure (3)

Well, this is it. The final installment of the great moo-cow adventure. My apoligies over how long it's been since my last installment on November 1st. And, for those just joining in, this is the story of transforming a little girl's bedroom from her baby room to her big girl room.

Just to make it easier, because I know we're all in pre-holiday countdown mode!, here's a recap from beginning to fabulous conclusion.

You'll remember this is how the room started out looking ...





And, then, I found this terrific fabric with cows on it, and decided to base the whole room around it ...



Which led to the room being painted in these fabulous P&L colours. And, finding a terrific accent cushion, rug, and fabric to be used in a roman shade.



Which led to the grande finale, with chest of drawers and night table painted orange, and wall candy art on the walls to punch things up a bit and introduce a few new colours. I'm absolutely thrilled with the transformation -- the room feels bigger, vibrant and more alive. And, the little girl -- well, she's ecstatic -- especially with the "bubbles" on her walls!










9 comments:

Julie at BV said...

It looks great Jennifer. Fantastic work.

Jennifer said...

Thanks Julie! I'm glad you like it!

Brilliant Asylum said...

What a fun transformation. Thanks for sharing your photos.

Kari & Kijsa said...

How Fantastic! Cow-fabulicious!

blessings,
kari & kijsa

Blaze said...

Hey Jennifer!
Just wanted to say thanks for your sweet comment, and that I love your blog! What a fun, colorful room! I especially love the dots on the wall! :) Great job!

Neutral Dwelling said...

How cute! Such bright and vibrant colors that are just right for a vibrant little girl!

Jennifer said...

Hi you all! Thanks so much for your comments! I'm really glad you like the colours and the dots. This was a really fun room to work on.

Alkemie said...

Hi Jennifer, It is always so fun to see the before and after photos. I like that the wall is two-toned. Very neat to see what you've done with the room!

Jennifer said...

Thanks Alkemie. I love the two-toned, as well. Particularly these colours because they are just so alive!