Thursday, February 25, 2010

1 project down, only 16,784 to go in this old farmhouse ...


3 little girl's bedroom redo

15 comments:

Happy Days said...

Pretty room for 3 little girls!...debbie

denimcowgirl said...

that looks really nice! love the bedspread :)

fullfreezer said...

I love the blue color.
Judy

Sherry and Russ Sutherby said...

Dreamy!! It's just what I pictured when I was a child, wishing I lived in the country on a farm...

Ann at eightacresofeden said...

Simply beautiful Ang!
Only 16,784? I think we have about the same number of projects to go on our home and gardens! I have not dared to count!

Beautifully Veiled said...

LOVE THE COLOR! We have 3 girls in a bedroom tucked under the eaves as well! You did a great job!

A Country Helpmeet said...

Oh that is very sweet! I bet the girls just love it too! :-)

HUGS!
Miss Carrie

slaterlife said...

It's beautiful! Did you paint the floor? We are in the middle of ripping up 5 layers of carpet and lanolium off of the original hardwood floor in our house and they look rough. I've seen a few articles about painting trashed wood floors. My hubby is skeptical, but I love the painted look. I love this room!

regina said...

This is beautiful!

Tamara said...

Simple & sweet & absolutely lovely! Good job!

Tamara (AK)
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Sherry in MI said...

Adorable room Ang! I wish I had the remodel bug, but alas I never have and likely never will. But what a great feeling of accomplishment you must have!

Dixie Trish said...

What a lovely job you have done! Yes, I love the blue (that shade in particular) as well. The bedspread is just gorgeous as well.
A friend of ours who also bought a farm, told us that farm is spelled
W O R K!
Well, even though you've got your work cut out for you, looks like you are great at getting things done.

Shell said...

Very pretty Angie. Did you paint the wood floor too? And, I see a chimney. Does the room have a fireplace?

I've been quietly enjoying your blog posts on you new journey in life with your family. As much as I'd love to visit and desperately learn what you have to share; I just can't afford to pay the price. I do enjoy "seeing" you learning experiences though.

May I encourage you to keep sharing.

Blessings,
Shell

Bluebell Country said...

Aww, beautiful! Love the blue and the simplicity of it.
Peace and Grace to you and yours.

Katy~The Country Blossom said...

Absolutely BEAUTIFUL!

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