Lauren's Room

We remodeled my 11 year old "tween" daughter's bedroom a few months ago and are just getting around to posting the photos!

 

her room used to be pink, purple and orange.......very "little girly", and she thought it was time for a more "grown up" look. i really LOVE how it turned out! it's very "tiffany blue box"!

 

this is the view from the door.

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  • Sara 7y

    Her room is so neat!!! My daughter is 17 and I can't stand to see the mess in her room!!!!
  • Vicki Musser 7y

    thank you! oh it certainly doesn't look like this all of the time! she's a little tornado when she wants to be! this was right after she cleaned her room......so i snapped a few photos on request! : )
  • Erin 7y

    Great room, she has good taste!
  • Vicki Musser 7y

    thank you maddox! : )
  • QuiltBeach 7y

    I love this.

    I have never liked the kiddie/commercial looking rooms....this is such a beautiful blend of elegant heirlooms with just a splash of tween.
  • Vicki Musser 7y

    thank you une petite!

    i greatly dislike commercialized kids room too.....and am very thankful that both of my children are past that. : )
  • celisa 7y

    i love it!!! heck i would have this at 30 years old! i love the color on the walls especially!
  • Vicki Musser 7y

    thank you celisa! i love the color too! : )
  • Decorscout 7y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called House Beautiful, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • lynn-anne bruns PRO 5y

    lovely~
  • \ 5y

    Looks like you posted this a while back, but is there any chance you remember the name/maker of that paint color? It's is gorgeous!
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