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It's been a long time coming, but I finally put the finishing touches on my little one's big girl bedroom and am super excited to share with you how it all came together!
company in the past, and once again they pulled out all the great stuff for this bedroom! This canopy bed is compliments of DHP Furniture. I was looking from something obviously a little girly and one with some rails in hopes that it would detour some amount of occurrences of falling off the bed. This bed fit all the criteria, and most of all, my little girl LOVED it. I would show pictures to her, telling her that this was the bed she was going to get and she just couldn't stop talking about it.
Signature Sleep, the Memoire 8. We have the Memoire 12 on our bed and love it! So, I figured it would be a great bed for our girl too. You can check out the video at the bottom of the post for how it comes shipped in a box and my unboxing of it :)
DHP Furniture. They are the Fusion Metal Dining Chairs in white. I have great plans for them when it gets warmer outside too! But, until then, they look so cute in here :) and they are her perfect little height.
The pillow fabric is from Hobby Lobby also.
Bedding: $50ishCurtains: $16
Once again, here's the link to purchase this adorable bed frame from Amazon :)
Want a crazy before picture? This is before the nursery and when I used it as a guest room. Like the first month we moved into the house :)
You can find more information and inspiration about DHP at these links:DHP Facebook
Signature Sleep Facebook
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