The thing about sharing little progress here and there on a room is that it probably seems like I’ve been working on it forever. I have. And, I probably will be. But, that’s life. The beauty of decorating your home is being able to pick it apart if something doesn’t feel right—until it does. That’s pretty much what’s happening in the girls’ bedroom.
I had a cornice board made for their room last fall. I felt like the window needed something, but there aren’t many options when you have a bed pushed up next to it. Cornice board treatments are great solutions for kids’ rooms. They’re tailored, tough and out of reach. For this one, I went with a simple shape (that I’ll hopefully love forever) and neutral fabrics.
The white fabric has a subtle zig-zag pattern and is called “Orbit” from HGTV’s line. I paired it with a solid charcoal gray for the “banding.”
I’ve also made a few changes to their bedding, which I’m sharing on the Pottery Barn Kids Building Blocks blog today.
And, in case you’re looking for any of these. . .