One Room Challenge – Kids Bedroom Design

April 7, 2016

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So in my current last-minute fashion, I’ve hastily signed up for the One Room Challenge. This is going to be full of unpredictable fun! Six weeks to fully transform a space. In my case, my little girls bedroom design.

If you have yet to hear about the One Room Challenge, it is hosted by Calling it Home, and has a ton of bloggers and designers taking part. Follow along and see how we all make out over the next six weeks. Gulp. Did I say six weeks? Did I mention we ripped our house down to the studs, and moved walls and currently have no floors or doors… And, we’re living in a cabin… going on 3 months now. Yeah. This should be good. (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).

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Let’s take a peek at what we’re dealing starting with…

Check out this transformation from the start! Take a girl's bedroom design from the exposed studs to the finished modern rustic design. Twin beds and fabrics perfect for girl sleepovers! Check out this transformation from the start! Take a girl's bedroom design from the exposed studs to the finished modern rustic design. Twin beds and fabrics perfect for girl sleepovers!

Yep. A bunch of unfinished drywall where we created a closet from what used to be a hallway — and, remnants of those super cute triangle decals we had in the most recent incarnation of this room. Already a total transformation, really. This used to be the “small” room of the house. Now we’ve punched through the wall to join up to the old 2-piece ensuite that used to belong to the master bedroom. It now belongs to this little room, and it’s also getting a new shower. Total bedroom design makeover in effect!

However, we’ll be focusing on just the bedroom portion of the room. (Wink Wink)… we don’t want me keeling over from the pressure now do we?!

Did you notice the lack of flooring, light fixture, and — oh ya, paint? Let’s add closet doors, trim, window treatments, and furniture to the list. Mm-hmm.

We’re going with a fun (because she’s fun), slightly modern, and slightly rustic look. You may of spotted my thrifted headboards in a previous post. Those babies are my jumping off point.

There are two of them. Perfect for little girl sleepovers, and double the giggles.

Check out this transformation from the start! Take a girl's bedroom design from the exposed studs to the finished modern rustic design. Twin beds, thrifted and painted frames with fabrics perfect for girl sleepovers! Check out this transformation from the start! Take a girl's bedroom design from the exposed studs to the finished modern rustic design. Twin beds, thrifted and painted frames with fabrics perfect for girl sleepovers!

We’ve got a ton of fabrics to work with (thank you fabric sale!), so I’m excited to see how it’ll all pan out. Add some fun pillows, and decor, and bedding, and we’ll be all set! Well, after all that building and painting nonsense.

Check out this transformation from the start! Take a girl's bedroom design from the exposed studs to the finished modern rustic design. Buffalo check, twin beds, thrifted and painted frames with fabrics perfect for girl sleepovers!

This is gonna be fun! See you next Thursday for my next progress update! Wish me luck! Eeek!

Follow along:
week 1 / week 2 / week 3 / week 4 / week 5 / week 6

20 thoughts on “One Room Challenge – Kids Bedroom Design

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  5. Stephanie @ Casa Watkins

    Yay Jen! I love the direction it’s heading already. Not too much to see yet, but I know it will look amazing!!!!! Love the fabric and the bed headboard is wonderful! I can’t wait to see what you do with it.

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    1. freshcrush Post author

      Kristi!! I’m glad I have some friends to follow along with.. like an online support group! Ditto on your room — can’t wait to see how they all turn out ;)

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  6. Lindi

    Look at all that fabric! I need a fabric sale, lol. I’m excited that you’re joining the ORC too! I did my little girl’s Big Girl Bedroom last year and it was SO fun. Can’t wait to see what you do :)

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