Chevron Chic {Hello Teen}

This has been a blast designing this new teen sanctuary for my daughter. I wanted to include her in the design process to ensure she had a space that reflected her personality and style. She didn't enjoy the entire process but she loves her new pad!

We kept the room the same cool blue as before. She chose a fun teal chevron quilt set to adorn her new bed. She wanted to add another pop of color that complimented teal and we thought coral would do the trick.
One of the things my daughter wanted in her room was some pig art. She picked two of her favorite pictures from a calender she received for Christmas. I was going to make some mats for a couple of old frames myself but wasn't happy with my DIY attempt and had to have them made at a local frame shop.
The top pig pic says "Life is far too important to be taken seriously" and the bottom pic says "It's so exhausting being fabulous!"
From this view you can see a set of watercolors she painted in fourth grade. I love looking at my children's artwork and these are a couple of my favorites that she has done. According to her her new curtains are more her style.
We still have a lot of things yet to accomplish. We have to add some shelving to build her a library, make a gallery wall, add another nightstand that has some drawers and create a comfortable sitting for her to practice her violin.

If you missed any of the design process, here are the links:
Hello Teen Room Inspiration
Choosing a Bed
Before Pictures
Pig Art Update

Sources: Bed: Leirvik from Ikea | Bedding: City Chic from HomeGoods | Flower wall art: Target | Curtains: HomeGoods | Decorative pillow: Target | Nightstand: HomeGoods | Lamp: Target | Pig art: In The Pink! 16-Month 2013 Calendar | Wall color: Wave Crest 540E-1 Behr

See ya soon!
Kids' Spaces link up party on www.emilyaclark.com
Linking up with: Remodelaholic!

10 comments:

  1. Its looking so good! I'm in love with her pig artwork & those curtains, YES!! So sweet she plays the violin! I played too when I was younger :) & Still have my violin :)

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  2. looks really good I know she's going to love it

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  3. The colors are awesome and the flowers on the wall are super cute. I really like the space. Such a grown up but still a teen room. Keep up the good work and ideas...

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  4. What a pretty big girl room! You did a lovely job. Your daughter is lucky to grow up in this room and have to have you as her mom!

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  5. Fabulous room Darnetha!!! Love the wall arts you placed including the pigs!!! Your daughter has excellent taste too! Wonder where she picks up after?! ;-) hehehe!

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  6. The room turn out so beautiful! I see both you and L in that room and it came together so well. Love that touch of color.

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  7. Loved that you used some calendar pictures for art - cute! Thanks for linking up.

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  8. This Teen better be so happy to have such an artistic mom! Living the room & loving how she wanted "pig art", such a cute, playful, and youthful touch! Funny enough I have to little piggies in my room too! And a couple of mini-cows. Didn't really even realize it until you mentioned it. Lol! Great post + thanks for sharing!

    XO | KIMBERLYLUXE

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    1. Why thank you Kimberly! She loves her room and we are looking forward to adding the finishing touches to it together. She thinks it is awesome that you have piggies in your room too!

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