Playing Dress Up

I totally snortled when I read how Mckenzie described her old master bedroom: “Like a four-year-old trying to dress herself.” Oh, c’mon Mckenzie, it wasn’t that bad!  I have a four-year-old girl, and I can expect her to be wearing her stained and shrunken swimming suit, church shoes, and ballet tutu at any given moment, and that’s a good day.

But that wasn’t good enough for Mckenzie, who went with a decidedly grown-up vibe here.  Can you believe the only changes are new bedding and paint?  That’s it!  See more at Interiors By Kenz.



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  1. Lindsey! Thanks so much for the feature! Also… I’d love to see your daughter in that outfit, lol.

  2. Much more sophisticated! The chevron stripe things on tbe wall are messing with my eyes this morning and I like chevron stripes.

  3. Sorry, I prefer the before (if the comforter/spread was big enough). But then our entire home is done in vintage Eames, very minimalist and angular.
    That being said… you did a beautiful job on the makeover! It looks like you brought in a designer and crew of workers rather than DIY :)
    Happy New Year and To Each His Own with Respect

  4. LOVE IT!!!!! Beautiful work and fabulous vision to come up with the painted headboard.

  5. This dates it. Just like the chevron, the flower pillows and pops of orange in the before. I see a make over again in about 18 months. I’m not a fan of painted headboards either, who are we fooling?

    That said, I do respect the work and the color changes look great!

  6. They say paint can make all the difference, but this is a wow difference!

  7. “Snortled” ???
    HA HA HA HA!
    You. Are. Great. I don’t even read your blog to see the makeovers. I just love how you write.

  8. love love love this.

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