I’m happy to report that this was a week of change and serious progress for our New Year New Room Challenge tween girls’ shared bedroom. It’s funny how the installation of dreamy wallpaper can give you direction and motivation to pull together elements of a room. The stars have aligned and I can see the light at the end of the tunnel (how’s that for mixing metaphors? 😂).
I’m so thankful to Tempaper for sponsoring product for this post! I love it!
If, like me, you are crushing’ on this drool-worthy Tokyo removable wallpaper from Tempaper then you will be happy to know that it was easy to apply and even covered up shiplap! I had originally planned to buy plywood to cover the shiplap before installing the wallpaper, but I was thrilled to discover that the busy Tokyo pattern in Ash covered not only my mistakes but the lines of the shiplap. If one were to look closely in the right light and right angle I suppose you could see a subtle line, but I think it looks amazing. What do you think?
To Do List:
Clean out room Procure and paint night stand Move out green dresser and move blue dresser to closet Hang wallpaper
- Upholster headboard
- Sew pillows
- Sew dust ruffles
- Paint art x3
- Dye curtains or use back-up
- Get rug from cleaners
- Optional: Paint green dresser and line closet with paper
EVERYTHING YOU SEE BELOW IS SIMPLY PROPPED & STILL NEEDS TO BE SEWN
Uphoster the two headboards in this fabric I found $3 a yard!👇
Find another one of these blankets at Homegoods👇
Sew trim on bedding and dust ruffle👇
Find curtain options since I don’t have enough yards of this fabric👇.
Sew theses pillows👇.