My girls are so lucky to have the coolest room! It is built over our garage and has a slanted roof. Instead of wasting that space, the people who built our home decided to make little rooms off the main room. The result is 3 little mini rooms, and we gave each of our girls a little room of her own.
When it came time to decorate their room, they couldn’t decide on a theme, so we decided to decorate their mini rooms instead. We were able to pull this project off super cheap! We were gifted the pink, blue, and green paint we used. They weren’t quite light enough, so we dug out some white paint we had from painting our trailer, mixed it in, and ended up with the perfect colors! We only had to purchase the purple, but we had a coupon, so it wasn’t too bad.
The shelves were easy; one of the mini rooms was lined with shelves, but it made the room much smaller. We decided to take two of them out and add them to the other rooms. We just had to slap a quick coat of paint on those. We opted for bins from the dollar store because decorative bins can be uber expensive!
Girls’ Room Under Construction…
We decided to customize their room with wall decals. They stick right on, but they can be removed easily when they inevitably change their mind (like we all did… and still do) about their favorite thing.
As a fun little touch, my husband and I made this pillar look like a tree to go with the fairy motif. We got the flowers and leaves from Michael’s when they were 80% off. Score! The Fairy decals came from here!
We also added these fun polka dots to make it look even more Minnie Mouse. My little one is obsessed! My mom was so sweet and made these for me on her handy Cricut.
The results are even better than we hoped! I love that my girls have their own little retreat while still technically sharing a room. It’s the best of both worlds! Here’s the link to the decals we used!
The How to Train Your Dragon decals came from here!
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