I tried REALLY hard to create a gender neutral room. That was one of the hardest parts about getting married — getting rid of my girly decorations and embracing an entire NC State room. No, really. We’ve had an unbelievably easy first year of marriage, so I mean that when I say it!
So what did that result in? Eight months of sleeping without a comforter, purchasing six (yes, SIX) different bedspreads, and not being able to decide on how to decorate our room. The bedroom suite we have is hard to decorate around, because anything with patterns just didn’t look right.
So here we are, a bedroom with ruffles. And I LOVE it. And husband can deal with it 😉
Ooooh, I love just looking at it! So here is how I did it:
This picture is one of the things that inspired me to start a blog. I posted it in my wedding album on my Pinterest account, and as of this week it had 9.9k Pins. Crazy! I love crafting and creating unique things, so I figure why not share them! When I was wedding planning, I did A LOT of Pinteresting and put my own spin on things.
Also, I LOVE Amazon Prime, I can order something and have it in a few days. I’ve linked Amazon links to each of the items below. Some are Prime, some can be found cheaper, but this is just a general idea of the items you’ll need to complete this look.
Goodness, I wish I had taken better pictures! But here is the future sister-in-law box. I made similar ones for the other girls.
As you can see, some of the boxes were white, some were gold. I changed up the crinkle paper inside to match accordingly!
Here are the items you’ll need: