Like most little girls her age, my daughter LOVES Frozen. She loves Anna, Elsa, and Olaf. So when we moved here to our new home about a year ago, I decided that I'd give her new bedroom a Frozen theme, and I've been working on it ever since! Now, I think I'm DONE! I have been rearranging her furniture all week. I think I've done all I can do with this room. I've created a bed canopy, reading nook, painted a dresser, and made a Frozen puzzle gallery wall. In the process, I've put so many holes in the walls! But I have nail hole filler, so it should be okay.
Here's my daughter's Frozen Inspired Bed Canopy that I made using a trough planter, curtains, and my daughter's old PJs. I cut up her pink, purple, and blue pajamas and used the fabric to make rosettes which I glued to the planter. I also made her a new satin, Frozen Pillowcase (the pillow on the right).
Originally, I had embroidery hoops above the vanity in the reading nook, but my daughter was fascinated by them and kept taking them off the wall. She loosened the fabric in a couple of the hoops, so I decided to move them to another wall out of her reach.
I found this cute castle mirror while shopping, and the colors match my daughter's room perfectly, and it's a castle! So I put it above the vanity. The bookshelves are Ikea spice racks, and I originally painted them pink to match her old room's pink ladybug theme, so I repainted them blue. I've noticed that my daughter likes to sit in the vanity, so I made a cushion for her to sit on. Oh... and I painted the drawers with turquoise glitter paint. Surprisingly, the black paint is just regular black gloss paint, not my usual chalkboard paint.
Frozen Inspired Chalkboard Dresser with chalkboard paint, pink glitter paint, turquoise glitter paint, and purple glitter paint. I put some embroidery hoops with Frozen fabrics on the wall. These were above her reading nook, but I moved them.
Frozen Puzzle Gallery Wall. I used sticks we found at the playground to frame the puzzles. I've found even more Frozen puzzles, so I will add them to the gallery wall soon. I'll have to go hunting for more sticks!