I don’t know about you, but in my house we have to keep everything “fair” amongst the girls. The “fair perception” from their young minds is so important, so that no one is feeling slighted. In the spirit of “fairness”, I had to create not one, BUT TWO uniquely decorated and fun bedrooms. For this daughter, I chose a “Garden” theme. Very similar to my other daughters room, yet just enough different.
I created a tree using a tree branch that fell from a neighbors tree. Believe me…when I told my husband what my plans were with the fallen branch, he thought I had “LOST MY MIND!!!” I have a tendency to “rope” him into my crazy ideas! I created the tree similarly to the other post I made about my other daughters “Garden” room. Once the branch was securely bolted to the wall, my husband drilled holes and I wood glued in the smaller branches to create the tree shape. I then hot glued on each leaf. It was a tedious task, but worth the effort. I even included a bird nest in the tree.
I mounted wisteria to a beam in the room that hangs lower than the ceiling. It created a fun effect!
I stapled white picket fence from Home Depot and fake flowers from The Dollar Tree and Walmart to the wall. I used an air compressor & pneumatic nail gun for the stapling. I added green ivy crawling up the trim and across the baseboard.
…and topped off the room with a personalization.
I painted wood letters from Michaels Crafts and nailed them to the wall.
“Wonder what I will come up with next”…