Hello again! It’s Jillian with a quick curtain update from my daughter’s One Room Challenge bedroom. I opted not to do drapes during the challenge as I was hesitant to drill hardware into these newly painted walls. I also was undecided about what kind of fabric I wanted for the curtains, so I kept the room sans curtains for about…a few weeks! Way to wait that one out, sister! Ha! Here are a few before pictures from the reveal. See the whole room reveal post for many more gorgeous photographs, if you haven’t already!
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I was feeling that the room needed a little something. While it was beautiful, it was lacking the finishing touch of curtains. Last time I was in Rhode Island visiting family, my mom told me that HomeGoods had some adorable little girl curtain panels. Well, within the hour I was there to check the situation out, since I was definitely in the market to complete this little girl bedroom. To my delight, the curtain panels were perfect! Exactly what I was looking for, light sheer white fabric with pink pom poms, it was almost like they were made just to complete this room! But before I show you–you all remember this pom pom chandelier in my daughter’s room, right? Well, wait until you see how great the curtains look with it!
I should also say that I think part of the reason I didn’t get curtains as part of the One Room Challenge room makeover is that I wasn’t able to find something I loved, so I just couldn’t pull the trigger earlier. Custom curtains are pricey, and the cute fabric I was considering below just didn’t feel quiet perfect for the space, so I waited. I am so excited I did wait, as I saved a ton of money by getting these pre-made curtains at HomeGoods, and they are way better for the space! I do adore this fabric, but think perhaps it would be better as a pillow in this room.
Just one more thing before I show you the curtains! Before I could hang them, I of course needed hardware, and I knew exactly what would do the trick! Lisa and I had recently recommend this hardware to a friend, and I wanted these for my daughter’s room too. The hardware ties in with the chandelier as well–white metal with some serious bling! I love when elements of a room tie together without being overly matchy-matchy. Now finally on to photos of the bedroom, new and improved with curtains!
Pretty, right?!?! I am writing this on a very dreary day, and these cheerful, colorful photos are making me happy. Here are a few more for your viewing pleasure!
Now this room feels complete! It’s the details of design elements such as curtains and hardware that can really tie a room together and help to create decor cohesion. This room is a wrap (again)! Thanks for stopping by today! Completion, yippee!
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