Our shared girls bedroom was featured on Project Nursery!
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It was about this time last year that I first shared Abigail’s ice cream bedroom and now here I am a year later sharing a bedroom update of the shared girls bedroom!
We have always planned for the girls to share a bedroom at some point, but wasn’t quite sure when or how we would go about it. But, now that we are ready to get working on Finn’s nursery, it was time to get the space ready for the two girls!
And, I think we pulled it off!
I’m going to cite/link to everything that I can at the end of this post, but if you see something you’re curious about, don’t hesitate to ask in the comment section! I always reply to every comment I get 🙂
We absolutely adore these matching Ikea beds that we got for the girls- but man, they can be a PAIN to make! The cute little railings on the sides make it really tricky to tuck bedding neatly(particularly for a 6 year old!). So I was absolutely THRILLED when I discovered Beddy’s bedding. All you have to do to make the bed is zip it up!
I got the girls matching Goldie Dots sets and they are absolutely PERFECT for this space! Just the perfect amount of ruffle and detail while still staying light, bright, and subtle.
I unintentionally happened to choose super coordinating colors between Abigail and Mabel’s bedrooms, so it was incredibly easy to merge their things together! Mabel’s spice rack bookshelves, wall art, and banner all fit right in!
The gallery wall grew and we moved in her anywhere chair, but other than that and setting up her very own big girl bed, we didn’t have to do too much else to get her all moved in!
(P.S. Notice the ultrasound photo of Finn on the back of the door? Abigail wanted it to hang there so she could see it easily :))
The little mint table was a lucky $10 antique store find for Mabel’s nursery that I spray painted….well Abigail’s pink table was the same! I found it last week at a local antique store for $25 and spray painted it with spray chalk paint. It turned out absolutely adorable!! I have a new handle to replace the old one that I have yet to attach, but it’s going to be so cute! (Once I finally get around to it…)
I’m so happy to have discovered Beddy’s and know that the girls room is instantly going to look SO much tidier now that all Abigail has to do is zip up the covers and the beds are made for the day! So quick and easy.
I absolutely love their sweet and girly bedroom and am so happy with how it turned out! Now all we need to do is actually move Mabel in…..maybe next week 😉
I’ll be sure to keep you posted on how it goes….once it finally happens!
Here is a source list of everything in the girls shared bedroom. If I miss something that you’re wondering about, don’t hesitate to ask!
Wall Color- Benjamin Moore White Dove
Trim- Benjamin Moore Simply White
Door Color- Sherwin Williams Window Pane
Beds- Ikea Minnen
Spice Rack Bookshelves- Ikea
Ice Cream Pillow- Target
Mint Side Table- Thrifted
Pink Side Table- Thrifted
Blinds- Home Depot
Ice Cream Posters- Leo & Bella
Rug- Rugs USA
Cube Organizer- Target
Laundry Hamper- Target
Ice Cream Night Light- Leo & Bella
Ice Cream Lamp- Leo & Bella
I Love You More Than Ice Cream Sign- Amazon
Hello Love Sign- Hobby Lobby
Gold Heart Marquee Light- Target
Abigail’s Garland- Target
Be-You-Tiful Sign- Target
Dream A Little Bigger Darling Print- Mabel Tan Designs
Ice Cream Print- Wayfair
Mabel’s Garland- Homemade!
Suitcases- Land Of Nod
Personalized “More Beautiful” Sign- Minted
Ice Cream Wall Decals- Urban Wall Decals
Abigail’s Polka Dot Chair- Pottery Barn Kids
Mabel’s Ruffle Chair- Pottery Barn Kids
Stop Light Clock- Amazon
Octopus Nightlight- Amazon
Doll Diner- Target
Abigail’s Purple Ballerina Doll- Candy Kirby Designs
Mabel’s Coral Ballerina Doll- Candy Kirby Designs
You can also shop some of the items in the shared girls bedroom right here!