It’s been two years since we purchased our home and I feel as if I’m never finished when it comes to updating the rooms. One of the things on my to do list has been to update the lighting in the kids rooms. We have high ceilings and their light fixtures are small compared to the size of the room. This week I finally got down to business and started on my daughters room. The new lighting inspired me to give her room a mini makeover.
Last year we switched out my daughters espresso colored furniture to white furniture with a pink and purple theme. But the makeover came to a halt after the baby was born and it was time to pick up where I left off.
The wall decor is still a work in progress but I quickly made these dimensional butterflies using scrapbook paper and glue spots.
My daughter was really excited to see her room makeover. Her favorite part is no doubt the new lamp. Now the biggest concern is reminding her to turn off the light when she leaves the room. She has been playing with the lamp non-stop since we bought it, she even asked if she could sleep in her room with the lamp on tonight. Maybe just maybe the new lighting will make her feel comfortable sleeping in her room again.
I’m really happy with the mini makeover and I’m still asking myself what took me so long to update the lighting in her room. I even went on the GE website to use their savings calculator and found out that I’m going to save $108 during the life of the light bulbs by switching to 13 watt bulbs. You can calculate your savings too by visiting the GE website.
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