Another Phase 1 in the books as we finish up Cash’s Casual Corner Nursery Makeover. We tackled Liv’s Corner of the Bedroom in August and it was such a game changer for her. She really felt like she had a place to call her own in this catastrophic home we’re currently renovating and living in.

You can see Liv’s Corner Bedroom Makeover here and how much can change with a little paint and decor. This is only Phase 1 for our kiddos shared bedroom and we’ve got a lot planned down the road, but paint and home decor can do absolute wonders!

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We partnered with Serena and Lily to add some finishing touches to Cash’s Corner of the kids shared bedroom. We decided to add more of a reading nook since we’re keeping the rocking chair for next baby. 

The Beachside Table Lamp was the perfect table lamp for story time and winding down in the evenings. It has a dimming switch automatically built in and the brushed brass is just my favorite finishing touch.

One of our favorite ways to finish a space is using pillows and throw blankets since they’re extremely versatile. I love styling with a blanket because it makes for a functional piece of decor that’s at a hands reach to cuddle up with a good book. We scooped up the Stratton Alpaca Throw which is the softest blanket ever! It’s cozy and the neutral colors are great to incorporate for Fall.

Oversized throw pillows are great for a kids room since our kids love doing activities on the floor, easy access to oversized pillows make for a great floor cushion for little ones. The Perennials Textured Loop Pillow Cover reminds me of the popular soft boucle fabric! We got the Sand color but it definitely reads more grey.

This room has come a long way since we bought the house in June a few months ago. This was a rental and there were lots of unnecessary things that weren’t going to serve our family. 

I mean it’s not perfect but wow, paint and home decor can really make a space feel like home quickly. We’re far from done and there’s quite a bit we have left to do, hence all the Phase 1’s.

Some things we’ve still got planned for the kids shared bedroom:

  • Replace tile with new flooring
  • Remove crown molding
  • Replace old window, door and closet trim
  • Make closet more functional
  • Replace drapes with roman shades
  • Paint Window
  • Figure out new bedding situation to create better flow and space usage
  • Repaint ceiling
  • Replace old ceiling fan

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Wall Color: Polar Bear by Behr Paint in Eggshell Finish

“You Can Sit With Me” Pennant is from Letters and Laurels.

We’re sharing more behind the scenes over on instagram stories today and what we’ve got planned for Phase 2 in the future!