10.29.2008

Do not disturb...............

Welcome. This is Lola's room...














Here you have a sneak peek into Lola's room. Did i ever mention in my previous posts, that the house we live in is just about 100 years old? When we moved here 16 mo ago from Colorado, i told my hubby that i wanted old and quaint. Well, it's that for sure and a bit more.
Original hardwood floors throughout the entire house, base molding that is 16" and crown molding in every room.
And of course, there is always a downfall to old houses as well. 2 very small bathrooms, but they each have a pedestal sink and tub. Charming for sure, but no his and her sink, no whirlpool tub. The closets are minimal, except for ours in the master. Our closet used to be the "tandem" third bedroom upstairs, but now is my dream of a walk in closet (more pics later on that, as i am still in re-do mode).
I hope you enjoyed seeing Lola's room!
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{update.... for those of you that are asking about the framed letters above her bed, those are made of old molding turned frame, and then just the letter printed out via computer in the font of your choice. I loved using a different font for each letter.} k-






23 comments:

Margaret Cloud said...

What a beautiful bedroom, it might be samll but looks cozy, it is well furnished, thanks for sharing the pictures.

C Maisy said...

Wow..Lola's room is PERFECT!! Absolutley charming. Love it!! Can't wait to see pics of the rest of the house. Is her room always that picked up?? How do you do that?? :)

Kasey said...

Yes, the kids rooms are ALWAYS spotless, aren't yours??
If i showed pictures of what the room looks like on a daily basis, or my house for that matter, i probably wouldn't have any lookers:)
kasey

Suzann @ Lavender and Roses said...

Her bedroom is beautiful! I love it all and could stare at the details for hours. I surely hope that you will share photos of the rest of your house with us.

Jamie said...

Wow! So cute! I love the letters in the frames that spell out her name. I am going to have to do something like that. Your house looks really neat. I don't think there are any 100 year old houses here in Cali.

Preppy Mama said...

What a beautiful room! Simply elegant!

Leah C said...

Lola's room is so lovely! Great idea...framing each letter of her name:) Love old houses; they have such charm!

tracey said...

Wow Kasey, Lola's room looks so beautiful! You've changed it a bit since I saw it - I didn't think it could get any better, but it just looks even more lovely. Well girl you've got talent, that's for sure:)
T

Brenna LaPray said...

Love the room! The furniture is so darling. Hannah would have a ball at the tea table! The wood work is amazing for how old the house is. Beautiful work Kasey!

vicki archer said...

Lola's room is fit for princess - so pretty and feminine.

jen from wr said...

oh the is so gorgeous! lucky you with the 100 yr old house!

jen from wr said...

I'm starting over. Oh! That is SO gorgeous! Lucky you, with the 100 year old house!

Vintage Gal said...

Every Shabby Cottage Girl's dream come true! Love your blog! Thanks for all the inspiration design!

paige said...

tell miss lola her room is absolutley adorable
i love the frames above her bed. we have dryads dancing located here in atlanta...their frames look very similar. & every room needs a touch a red toile, right?:)

Brandie said...

Lola's room is soo sweet. I just love decorating little girl's rooms with a vintage feel. Lucky little lady:)

KarenHarveyCox said...

What a lovely room, so charming. I love that dress hanging up, and all the pretty things.
Karen

Meadowsweet Days said...

Hi Kasey,
Love your blog! I am moving my shop as well, though I will still be in my present location for the holidays! Thank God! I will enjoy following your journey! I am new to blogging and it is so nice to meet new friends!

Carol
Meadowsweet Days

Bristol said...

Oh what a beautiful room, it is perfect. I love the bed pillows.
Thanks for sharing~
Bristol

Alyssa said...

How charming - what a lucky little girl:) I'm with you on the old house thing - we should compare notes!

FARMHOUSE FANCY said...

Oh how pretty..I love the use of vintage items in a little girls room.. Thanks for sharing the lovely space ..Toni

Jen r. said...

WHat a cute and pretty room!

Mrs.French said...

wow! so gorgeous! I dreamed of a room like this when I was small...sigh....

vana chupp said...

Lola's room is so sweet and peaceful. I can only imagine your master:)