1.18.2012

Happy, Colorful Bedrooms and Stella + Sadie

Isn't Debbie's daughter's room pretty?  
Debbie found the lamps in a consignment store and spray painted them white and
added the raffia shade.  Brilliant!
I love how Debbie trimmed the drapes.  This is something that you can do to store
bought curtains for a custom look.
Fun poster!

Speaking of colorful bedrooms, I was just at Room & Board and 
noticed these joyful colors for kids' rooms.





Lindsay and Lindsay at Stella + Sadie have a fun blog named after their cute dogs.
Please go visit them and check out 
"My Favorite Room" (at the moment since its warm and cosy).  
Here's a hint: 
Best wishes! 

Participating in

44 comments:

  1. Okay, you've GOT to do a post on her entire house so we can see it all together...beautiful! Happy Hump Day ;)

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  2. Wow!!! This is such a "happy" post! Love the colors chosen by her. Really sunny and fresh.

    I hope you're doing great today, my friend!

    xo

    Luciane at HomeBunch.com

    PS: I have an exciting giveaway today (Luxurious Bed Sheet). Drop by if you have a minute!

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  3. It is delightful and so happy. What a charming room to grow up in, very well done.
    Have as sweet day, Elizabeth

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  4. Ah! Love all the happy, pretty colors. My favorite is the drapery trim - nice!

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  5. I LOVE Debbie's daughter's room! The background of white with all those pops of pink are so pretty and balanced! Gorgeous.

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  6. I am hearing that some people cannot leave comments. This has been going on for a few days. No answer from Google. Anyone else having problems on your blog? Please email me at madamepickett@gmail.com if you cannot leave a comment or have a suggestion to correct this.
    Thanks.

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  7. So adorable! Reminds me of candy. I've been thinking lately of redoing my youngest son's bedroom in some bright fun colors. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  8. Absolutely adorable! I love how it's appropriate for a girl's room, but not over the top in-your-face pink. Super cool!

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  9. *** OK, "TESTING, TESTING"!!! Didja get THIS one, Mary Ann??? (This is frustrating, isn't it???
    XO, Linda ***

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  10. what a gorgeous room! I was always changing my mind when I was little, my poor mom was always redecorating/wallpapering my room!

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  11. This is such a beautiful room! The trim on the window fabric really puts me over the edge. How dreamy!

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  12. I love this room. Yes, I just read an e-mail about problems with comments on other blogs!

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  13. I love Debbie's daughters room...the pink, all the details, the art...is this the same Debbie that I love her entire house? I love those lamps too!

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  14. The bedroom is amazing. Love everything about it, Mary Ann!
    Headed over to look now.
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  15. Such an adorable bedroom! Love all the pink! And the lamps are fabulous!

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  16. What a truly great looking put together makes me smile bedroom. I love the colors, its so fresh and inviting! And I love their blog....they have great style! Enjoyed your guest post too:)

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  17. Debbie's daughter's room is beautiful! I love how it's not age-specific. It's perfect for a preteen right through to a college student.
    Thanks for sharing, Mary Ann!
    ~ Wendi ~

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  18. Cute! Love the pink fabrics and the trim on the curtains. Very pretty.

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  19. I spray painted a pair of lamps today. They were my sweet nannies( sentimental) . I will never cease to be amazed by lamp redos , it is all in the shape:)

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  20. Love how she decorated her daughters bedroom. I am going to have to check out her blog.

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  21. Debbie's daughter's room is adorable! I love the colors. Very cute room!

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  22. Ok, so who's Debbie? I've missed a couple of posts, traveling. Maybe I should know Debbie. Seriously, that drapery trim is gorgeous and probably cost as much as the boatload of fabric! But it's worth every penny. I love the entire room! I get so stuck in neutral colors and need to get out of my rut!
    Cheers!
    Barbara

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  23. Love the mix of pattern, the attention to detail and most of all that happy vibe.

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  24. Great design inspirations. Thanks for sharing, Blessings,

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  25. Such a great looking bedroom, my daughter would love it.I like it because its such a happy space and definitely could go young or old.

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  26. i love it.
    it looks like a candy store!!

    xx

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  27. What a fun and charming eclectic mix! It looks personal and youthful yet pulled together - the perfect combination!!

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  28. What a fun space. I love the attention to detail. My favorite thing has to be the trim on the panels.

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  29. lovely rooms.Great inspiration. Thank you for linking to the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop at Katherines Corner. Hugs and smooches and wishes for a wonderful weekend

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  30. Beautiful pink!

    My PINK is inviting you to come and see. Have a nice weekend!

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  31. Such lovely rooms! The colors are so pretty.

    Have a lovely weekend!

    Jessie
    www.mixandchic.com

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  32. It's fantastic! I love how cheerful and colorful it is!

    Keri

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  33. Love that room! The detail on the curtains totally make it. And what girl wouldn't want to feel cozy in a bed surrounded by drapes?

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  34. i love pink rooms, and what a pretty, sophisticated pink room this is!

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  35. Beautiful! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

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  36. I adore that room......so fun! Everything about it.

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  37. Precious room! Would you please tell me where the panels are from or what is the name of the fabric used? I am looking for something similar for my living room. Thank you!!

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  38. Precious room! Would you please tell me where the panels are from or what is the name of the fabric used? I am looking for something similar for my living room. Thank you!!

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  39. The panels were custom made with fabric from Raoul Textiles...good luck!

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  40. Mary Ann, is it possible to find out what color Debbie used on the walls in her daughter's room?

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