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Ivie’s Bedroom Source List

Hello!! Lets dive right into the sources for Ivie’s room makeover shall we? (Psst there is still time to vote for it to win $5000 for The Children’s Miracle Network)

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I love when rooms are full of DIY projects, because then you guys have the chance to recreate the parts that you like, I especially love when there is a tight budget because that’s where creativity gets to take over.

My favorite project in the room is the canopy bed. Man I love that thing! The best part is that its made from $.89 lumber! Watch for the tutorial later this week!

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You can find the tutorial for the leather fringe pillow here and the Moroccan pillow is vintage from one of my favorite local stores Urban Renewal.

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The giant himmeli wreath kit is in the Vintage Revivals Shop and you can find the tutorial here!

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The shelves are a super simple DIY with basic treasures from Home Depot (tutorial coming next Monday!)

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Everything is thrifted or secondhand , with the exception of the geode string art, white canister, large geometric vase (found at Homegoods), white faceted bowl, dog painting and colored pencil holder.

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Camera | Vase | Clock | Art

After seeing a hanging rope chair at the HGTV Dream Home I absolutely 100% had to have one. After digging around the internet for a while, I found the best one here!

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The terracotta planter is from IKEA (they have THE BEST ones!) Tall mirror is from Target, and the rug is vintage from One Kings Lane.

Stay tuned for the tutorials!






Ivie’s Bedroom: dont miss any of this series

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About Ashraf Akkilah

Ashraf Akkilah

Architecture and design is my passion.
I’m an architect who is interested in building design and decor trends. I’m also interested in sculpture design and landscaping.
I’m “outdoor” architect who love to be involved in the project site and supervise finishing and final touches works. I had contributed to many construction and decor projects.

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