I am so excited to share this with you today, my Eclectic Bedroom Styling above
Abbie’s new dresser in her room!! The first two walls are grey which I shared in
a recent post on how to create a DIY Herringbone design on your painted wall.
The two opposing walls are a light, airy aqua, with this beautiful new dresser
against the long aqua wall, I love how they look together! I recently had the
opportunity to select a piece of furniture from Sauder.com and boy was it hard
to decide from all of the gorgeous pieces and collections available.
But I knew I needed a dresser for Abbie’s big girl bedroom makeover. And
wanted to keep the fresh mix of modern with vintage to create a pretty space
that reflects her personality, and something she can use as she gets older.
But I also wanted a piece that I could use in a hallway, or under a large
wall-mounted TV because I love to move things around and try them in
different places. I ended up choosing this piece from the Shoal Creek
Collection, and I love it!
One our new dresser arrived, it really wasn’t as hard to put together as I had
thought it might be. The directions were easy to follow, and while I have
never built my own furniture, I really enjoyed taking part in the creation of
this pretty new dresser for Abbie’s room.
So after it was assembled, we brought it upstairs, and I had a chance to
use some of the accessories and art I have been creating for this space.
I was concerned that the piece might be too dark for the wall, or look
out of place in a little girl’s bedroom. I am glad I trusted my gut however,
when the dresser came in, it brought her room into stylish big girl mode.
And the eclectic mix of art and family keepsakes, are showcased by a
roomy, gorgeous dresser. Needless to say, little miss filled her new
drawers with clothes right away, and loves her new room as the final
parts are coming together.
So what do you think? Do you like to stick to one style or mix it up a
bit and bring different styles and pieces in for an eclectic feel?
Thanks so much for reading friend,
have a creative & blessed week!!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Sauder. The opinions and text are all mine.