Alex’s bedroom has had a makeover. Gone is the little toddler bed and in is the Montessori House bed built by her daddy and yours truly! If you haven’t yet seen how we built the bed, click here!
The wall and Ceiling
The wall has a variety of decorations. The clouds are from Ikea. I bought them almost two years ago and sadly they don’t make them anymore. I did find, however a hanging wall cloud from Dunelm. The hanging lamp shade has rave reviews too so it’s worth a look.
The flowers are from Etsy, a store called Land Of Flowers .The photo on the left isn’t the exact combination I have but you can select the colour and type of towers that you want. The store is based in Bulgaria but they ship very fast!
The store where I got the dreamcatcher from doesn’t have any products to sell but you can get quite a range of them on Etsy. The one pictured is from AmeliaRoseOnline.
This flower garland is one of the best I’ve seen. Most flower garlands are quite expensive but this one is just £8.99 for 1.8m. I bought two so that both sides of the bed could match. Pick yours up at The Range.
I love patchwork quilts. Whilst I’m not sewing one anytime soon, I’m happy I can pick up a fairly cheap one at Ikea! They come in two sizes. Alex has the biggest one at 260x250cm.
Botanical Garland String Lights
These lights are tiny and cute. Perfect for a little girl’s room! They’ve been installed for two months now and are still in great condition. She doesn’t tug at them either. They’re £3.99 at The Range .
Reversible Duvet Cover
I was on the look-out for plain pink duvet covers but found it difficult to actually get some. They were all the rage a few years ago but luckily I found these in-store at Asda. You can also find them online. £8 pounds for a double.
I’m still decorating her room but this is what I’ve done so far. I’ll do another round-up when it’s all settled.