One Room Challenge Week Two: Mood Board/Projects

It’s the 2nd week of the One Room Challenge! First of all, I want to thank everyone who stopped by and commented on my Tween Bedroom post last week. As one of my friends said, we will be starting with a blank canvas and she is so right! However, today, I wanted to share the Mood Board/Projects for the room.

If you missed week one, we chose to makeover our tween daughter’s bedroom for this challenge. Since we’ve been mostly focused on simple curb appeal updates (and a few mechanical updates as well) at the Country House, this will be the first space we really tackle inside.

Here’s what we’ve come up with…

Elizabeth Joan Designs ORC Tween Bedroom Mood Board/Projects

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Headboard | Chandelier | Lamp | Paint Color |  Bedding

Pillow | Throw | Boxes | Rug

After we put our heads together, my daughter and I came up with a fun and girly mood board that fit the color and style she wanted on a budget we could afford. (She’s always loved pink and gray rooms, even though her favorite color is purple.)

Doesn’t this combo look so fun?! We’ve ordered most of the items and they should be delivered this week.

As far as projects go, we have several planned, including:

  • Remove old carpet and replace flooring
  • Paint walls, trim, & doors
  • Replace old electrical plates, outlets, and switches
  • Add new lighting
  • Install window coverings
  • Create a workspace that can also double as clothes storage
  • Bring in color and textures with accessories
  • Organize craft & art supplies, books, toys, and clothing

So far, we’ve pulled everything out of the room, including the carpet and started on some of the big projects. (I will be sharing those next week!) It is so fun to see this vision coming to life and my daughter is excited to have a fresh new space!

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