We are on week three of the One Room Challenge! I’m making over my little lady’s room with a fresh new Kids Bedroom Design. We have made big strides, including some incredible artwork from Minted… though it’s tough to show the progress in a few pics. White paint over white primer doesn’t make for the biggest visual change. Buuuuut — it’s going so good you guys! Kids Bedroom Design and Minted gallery wall. I assure you, that is actually paint. Lots of lovely “Simply White” from Benjamin Moore. It is super fresh and it’s a perfect shade of white. The house is so bright now, I can’t wait to see the whole place come together… but for now, I’m focused on my little lady’s room. So, we’ve seen the bed frames, we’ve seen the inspiration, and now I have art! It’s ordered and on its way, and I couldn’t be more excited. Let’s cross our fingers I get it in time. Take a peek at my choices… (This post may contain affiliate links. This means, should you end up making a purchase, advertisers give me a small percentage of that sale, at absolutely NO EXTRA COST to you. Click here for full disclosures).

minted-art-collection Pinks and purples… check! Inky colours… check! Flora and fauna… check! The Kiddo’s room will get a hit of personality with these pieces for sure. You can check out all of the Minted artwork, here. The choices are absolutely endless — you’ll have a tough time picking your fave.

MINTED ART (from top left)

And I also snagged this new chicken wire light from Lowe’s. So simple, rustic-modern, and I love that little bit of twine wrapped around the light stem. Kichler chicken wire, modern rustic, ceiling light. Perfect farmhouse style in this Kids Bedroom Design and Minted gallery wall. Some other odds and ends have made it home with me, like the second twin mattress from Ikea, some pretty purple throw blankets, and pillow forms… which means I need to get my butt in gear and start sewing some pillows! So much fabric… so little time!

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  1. That art is amazing – I am always impressed with watercolours because for some reason it’s the one paint style I cannot make look good. Hopefully you can get all your pillows sewed (another thing I cannot do!).

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