My oldest daughter is fun and spunky so I wanted her room to match her personality. I also wanted her to be involved with the planning. While we were building she picked out her light fixture. Which gave me the style for her room. A mid century modern bedroom with a touch of boho.
Here is the before
I wanted to create a fun accent wall in her room so we drew this up together and then got to work creating it. It didn’t turn out exactly as we drew it, but I definitely helped along the way.
For the moldings on the wall I used MDF boards that I cut down to size. As for the angles I stuck with 45 degree angles to make it easier on myself. So, in other words every angle on the wall is either 45 degrees or straight.
Once the molding was all up I filled all of the holes and caulked the seams. I can’t stress how important this step is, it will make the finish product look 100 times better.
To paint this wall we used our HomeRight sprayer and Benjamin Moore paint in Backwoods.
- Fantol Storage Shelf in Oak
- Gabriola Bench in Ivory Boucle
- Turoy Chair in Ivory Boucle
- Gira Floor Lamp in Matte Black
- Meron Mirror in Black
- Tana Stool
I wanted to change things up a little in her room. For a nightstand we used this beautiful Tana Stool. Since there is limited space we went with this Gira Floor Lamp in Matte Black to add a layered look.
To make the corner feel cozy I added the Meron Mirror in Black and a fig tree. Now let’s talk storage. I fell in love with this Fantol Storage Shelf in Oak. The style is perfect for the mid century modern look and adds lots of storage to her room.
I wanted to add a desk to her room as well. I found this fun mid century modern desk and chair at Target. Since she was using a stool for her nightstand I put the desk next to her bed to double as her nightstand.
I decided to DIY a lot of her accessories instead of buying as I knew I could save a lot of money.
For her wall decor instead of spending over $300 on baskets I found these placemats at target for $5 a piece. I then spiced them up with black and white yarn and some spray paint. I made all of these for under $40!
I used a wall hanging I found at TJ Maxx to split them up and help fill up the whole wall.