Our house has six potential bedrooms. And three actual bedrooms. Chalk another one up to someday when the basement is finished... So for now we (happily) make our actual-in-reality bedrooms work, two of which can accurately be described with words such as small and/or tiny. After doing the math, you may have come to the conclusion that the four children split the two smallest rooms. And after perhaps a little more math, you conclude that one of the three boys- the smallest- shares with the one and only girl. Whew. That's a lot of math.
When my little Zoe was born, I had visions of over-the-top girly with pink, ruffles, dripping chandeliers, the works. Hmm, how to make that work with Asher and his Batman obsession. I decided to keep things reaaallly neutral and try to work with stuff I already had. Keep in mind that this is, as everything, a work in progress that has just begun.
Zozo's zone. Not much, but again, this room is pretty small. There's space for either a bed and dresser, or two beds and a dresser in the closet, which is the configuration we're going with at the moment.
I found this frame at a flea market a few years ago and had the mirror installed. I'm constantly hemming and hawing about painting it a brighter color. But I also really like the original vintage chippy paint. For now its sealed with poly. And a muslin wreath inspired by this linen wreath from Emily at Jone's Design Company-hers is way better. That's ok. Of course sporting the flat-ironed ribbon.
One more touch of pink for the girl. The corsage blanket chest from here. Love it. Have always loved it. I love a lot of things. That's also ok. Centered at the end of the crib to store blankies.
There you have it. His and Hers. It's a little plain, could totally use some more color, and there is a lot of blank wall to fill, but I'm hoping its a respectable start :)