Two Story Cottage

Update on Lacey’s Room

Today I’m being featured at Southern Hospitality.  I’m “jump up and down” excited. When Rhoda contacted me about Feature Friday I was THRILLED.  I’ve been reading her blog forever so it is such an honor. Thanks, Rhoda!

When I revealed Lacey’s toy nook I promised that I would share more pictures of her big girl room.  Well, it just isn’t quite there yet.  Instead of her whole room I’ll show you her window treatments.

Why have one when you can have three?  Plantation shutters, exteriorturnedinterior shutters, and a valance.   The plantation shutters came with the house when we bought it.  I purchased the exterior shutters online.  They are paintable and are composite (not real wood).  They were around $30. I just didn’t want wood shutters over her bed in case they came off the wall while she is jumping on her bed sleeping.  I painted them the same pink as her accent wall.  That pink is also in the valance which is from PB Kids.  A good tip for you –  If you like a certain”theme” from PB Kids you can save money by buying a less expensive item like the valance.  Pair it with a sham or pillow from the set instead of spending so much on the whole bedding ensemble.   You can keep the bedding simple and use PB Kids accents.   
TGIF! 🙂  
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Comments

  1. Hello, Erin!

    This is my first time here and I come from Rhoda’s blog too! 🙂

    I know how you’re feeling… last week I was featured on my friend’s blog and I felt so honored… it’s such a wonderful feeling, eh? Congratulations! Your blog and your house are amazing! I’ll be coming back for sure!

    In the meanwhile, if you have a minute, please, take a look at my blog. It would be a pleasure having you there!

    Thanks,

    xo

    Luciane at HomeBunch.com

  2. In from Rhoda’s
    Congrats on the feature. you home is lovely!!
    I am your newest follower!!

  3. I am popping in from Rhoda’s also! Your home is just stunning and I enjoyed the feature. I am loving your blog, too. The window treatments in this room are just so sweet! I love shutters!

    Have a great weekend, Erin!

    Xo,
    Jane

  4. Hi Erin! I’m visiting from Rhoda’s blog and I just must know about the taupe paint in your living room, i.e. maker, shade, etc.! Thanks. Gail D.

  5. HI Erin, I came over from Rhoda’s too and just wanted to say hi! I love what I ahve seen of your home, you have done such a wonderful job!!!! I have a brand new blog so please stop over and consider following me, I would love that I literally JUST entered bloland a few nights ago!!!! Have a WONDERFUL Thanksgiving!!! XO, Pinky

  6. Oooops, I popped on here to comment and the doorbell rang and after that I totally forgot about the computer, lol!

    I’m over from Rhoda’s blog as well and I can tell that I will totally love your blog so I just had to subscribe. I look forward to reading more.

    Have an awesome weekend!

    ~ Nan

  7. Hi Erin! Congrats on your Blog! Where in the world did you find plantation shutters for $30?

  8. The exterior shutters were $30 – the plantation shutters came with the house. 🙂

  9. Love your house! Found you via Rhoda as well! As others have posted, I would love to know the color & manuf. of your livingroom Taupe!!! I have been testing different Taupe/Greige paint colors and everything is either too dark, or too gray, never right and yours looks perfect! Fabulous find, please share! 🙂

  10. Congratulations on the feature! Rhoda’s readers are the best! Your home is so wonderful- I love what you’ve done!

  11. The paint is Surrey Beige by Glidden. Thanks for the comments. 🙂 🙂

  12. http://Anonymous says

    cute

  13. http://Anonymous says

    Hi, just found this room during a google search. Can you post (here in the comments section) where you purchased the shutters that you painted pink?

  14. http://Anonymous says

    Would you also mind posting how you attached the exterior shutters to the wall? I’m a DIY novice so I need tons of tips. Thanks!

    • The fact that they are composite makes them really lightweight! They really weigh less than a lot of framed pictures. I just used skinny nails that you would use for any artwork. However, I’d also consider Command adhesive strips! Hope that helps! 🙂

  15. This is just stunning…The window treatment in the room is pleasant….like the feature.

    window shutters clayton, ca

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