Week 6. It seemed so far away six weeks ago! But here we are at the final week of the One Room Challenge.

I have to say that my room isn’t truly completed.  It may LOOK finished. There actually happens to be a headboard and footboard in the room! But if you look closely, you will notice there are no side rails.  They were strategically propped up for the pictures.  {And I didn’t exactly win mom of the year award when the footboard fell over on Emmie’s foot!}.  But it’s 90% complete. So for today, that’s good enough!

As a refresher, let’s take a look at some before shots….

girls room 3 {athomeinthenorthwest}

girls room at home in the northwest

And here was my inspiration board…

girls room mood board {athomeinthenorthwestblog}

And alas, some shots for you to get a final look at the {mostly completed} girls room.


During this process, I realized her side table is too small.  The side table on the right side of her room isn’t balanced with the chair on the left.  I purchased the Rast chest of drawers from Ikea, but due to lack of time, I haven’t quite gotten to that project yet.

The polka dots are from urban walls.  They were so simple to attach to the wall! And really reasonably priced too.  I love what they add to her focal wall.


GIRLS ROOM ONE ROOM CHALLENGE  at home in the northwest

If you look at the before pictures, you may notice that the chalkboard used to have a chocolate brown frame.  Thanks to some pink spray paint, it now brightens her desk area with it’s new frame!

Here is a closer look at the headboard.

COMPLETED ROOM 2 ORC  at home in the northwest

completed headboard orc  at home in the northwest

I am absolutely head over heals in love with how the headboard looks in the bedroom!  Sadly, I had to remove the beast though until I finish that darn project! But for my little ORC week 6 photo shoot, it sure looks great!

COMPLETED ROOM ORC  at home in the northwest

The windows need something.  I’m thinking a roman shade but can’t decide on a fabric.  So for now, it’ll stay as is until I find some inspiration.

COAT RACK  at home in the northwest

It always seems like we could use more room for coats and sweatshirts. So I made this cute little number above!  It’s behind her door and adds some great space for a girl with too many clothes!  Come back soon for an easy tutorial on making one of these coat hangers!

Even though there are still a few things left to do, I’m so happy with how it’s all turned out!

COMPLETED ROOM 2 ORC  at home in the northwest

Thanks for reading and following along for the past 6 weeks! Click here to read any of the weeks that you may have missed!

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  1. Great job Jen! The room looks beautiful! That mirror adds just the right punch. I love your fabric choices, and also the color scheme.

  2. Very cute room and love the walls! xo Nancy

  3. Looks great Jen! Great minds…I used that same mirror that I bought last year from Target and was hoarding! 14.00…..steal.

  4. Terrific! even with some details unfinished or not to you satisfaction, this is a delightful space, so happy and fun! What about an upholstered cornice board for the window? With a great shape and spiffy fabric, it could be just perfect!

  5. Looks done to me Jen! WHat a transformation – from store-box to magazine-worthy!!! You and your little girl should be mighty pleased! CHEERS!

  6. Such a sweet space!! The headboard looks amazing, as do your fabrics…well done!!

  7. It looks fantastic. I really love the fabric you used on the bed, too. So many sweet touches, your daughter will have many happy years in this space.

  8. Pink and green is one of my favorite color combos – I love your choices in fabrics, the polka dot wall, and the sunburst mirror. Such a fun space. I’m sure your daughter is loving it!

  9. It’s darling, Jen! I’m still smitten with those bright fun pillows, and the polka dots add the perfect backdrop! I’m sure she’s thrilled!

  10. So sweet and fun. Little girls are so fun. Love her name and her space 🙂 Great job!

  11. How adorable! I especially love the polka dots and the bedding. I bet she loves her beautiful new room.

  12. What an adorable bedroom! Your daughter must love it…she’s going to want to be “sent to her room”! Don’t worry about a few things being undone- sometimes you need to live with a space for awhile before deciding on window treatments and such…I’ve learned that I almost always regret decorating decisions that I rush. It’s just hard when you want the space done! Great job!

  13. So sweet, I love the combo of pink and green.

  14. What a sweet space! I love the bed frame & linens. I’m sure your daughter loves her new room!!

  15. It’s absolutely lovely. Her bed looks great on the polka dot wall. I think fabric on the windows will be great, especially since you have some fun patterns going on the bed. It will be fun to see what you add! I’m sure your daughter is so excited too!

  16. Adorable room! I love the colors and the fabrics! I wish I had that room when I was growing up! Lucky girl!

  17. What a great space! Love the color choices and the headboard is wonderful! I know your daughter will love the space! 🙂

  18. I know I mentioned this before put your pillow combo slays me — I mean? its absolute pink and green perfection. love it all — lucky gal your daughter!

  19. How sweet does that room look! Beautiful job!

  20. Great job Jen! Love these fun colors and am SO loving the polka dots! Super cute room.

  21. what a refreshing space! love the wall treatment and the pillows! you did a great job!

  22. What a lucky little girl! Her new room looks so fresh and pretty. Great job with the fabrics…but my favorite are the polka dots on the wall!

  23. Jen, your little girl’s room came out so beautifully. I just LOVE that floral fabric, it is so cheerful and pretty, and it takes center stage with the white walls. The bookcase, mirror over the bed, and hot pink chalkboard are all fabulous too!

  24. It looks great, Jen! I love how it turned out and I bet your daughter is really happy with how it looks, too. 🙂

  25. You did it! The bed is in the room! 🙂 And will be permanent soon!
    Seriously, this room is gorgeous! That bed is such a huge accomplishment and I love the polka dot wall and fabric s you used! Great job!

  26. Great job! The polka dots on the walls are adorable!

  27. So well done! I’m a sucker for polka dots and I love all of the special touches through out the room. Great work!


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