Thursday, July 11, 2013

Beach Cottage Room

Sharing pictures of my daughter's new "Beach Cottage Room."
Isn't it amazing how much a little bit of paint changes things?!
We did 3 walls white and one light blue accent wall.
I was going for a light, airy, vacation beach house feel ---- and that's exactly what it feels like everytime I walk in there.
We kept the decorations to a minimum -- keeping things plain and simple. 
We found the lamp at a thrift store for $2 -- the sign at Goodwill, and a few things at Dollar General. 
The same day we found the lamp we also found these shadow box frames (at another thrift store).
I used images from a couple Raspberry Roads digital kits (that were on sale at the time) to make the pictures in the frames.
I also made a sea themed wreath for one wall.


Christa said...

WOW!! I absolutely love how it turned out!

I see what you were talking about with the accent wall now. It makes a lot more sense to see it in action.

That lamp is the best find *ever*.

So, any tips about painting those types of walls?

I can't wait to see this in person!

Little Birdie Blessings said...

I bet she loves it. It looks soothing and peaceful. Thanks so much for sharing it with us. She's blessed to have you for a mom. ~ Abby

Winnie said...

Such a peaceful room! I live on Long Island with lots of beachy shops, and you have made such lovely decor pieces that would cost a pretty penny here for sure. Love the color of the accent wall.

Pam said...

What a pretty room! I love the blue, it is so peaceful and soothing. I love all you decorator pieces, the lamp is darling and the shadow boxes you made are beautiful, sweet wreath too!

Jennifer said...

Esther, this room is so refreshing! How wonderful!

Pamela said...

What a peaceful room. Love the airy feel. Your shadow boxes turned out beautiful. Perfect for a girl who loves the beach!