Norah's Girly Grey Abode

My Room

Name: Norah
Location: Chicago, IL

I wanted to make a room that was peaceful and girly (but not too girly) and also doubled as a playroom. I chose grey because I felt like it was a neutral color that I could add other brighter colors to and make the room pop.

As a former teacher I had a ton of books and didn't want to put them in boxes, so I decided to use the beautiful art covers as wall art and display them. The grey was a perfect backdrop for all of the different colors from the books.

My inspiration? PINTEREST! There were so many wonderful ideas out there it was hard to choose just one. I really like the contrast with grey and adding bits of pink, so I took that inspiration as the blue print for her room and also the book display at Barnes and Noble. I always thought that would be a cool idea to have a mini library in a child's room!

Source List:

Book shelves/photo ledges: IKEA
Photo frames: IKEA
Dresser: IKEA
White rocking bird: West Elm
Tassel garland: Handmade
Cardboard buck head: Safari cardboard on Etsy
Teepee: Houseinhabitat on Etsy
Animal rug: IKEA
Silhouette: Silhouettes by Erik

Thanks, Monique! Readers, you can see more of Monique by visiting her blog Project 52.

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(Image credits: Monique Farren)

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Lauren is a writer, DIYer, and Etsy addict living with her family in her tiny work-in-progress home in Pennsylvania. When not blogging, she can usually be found chasing around one very spirited little three-year-old and snuggling her new baby girl.

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