One Room Challenge Tween Queen Bedroom and Bath {The Sources}

Thank you for all the kind comments y’all left on the reveal of my One Room Challenge Tween Queen Bedroom and Bath. It was so nice to hear from each and every one of you! My daughter is loving her new space and I’m starting to get myself out from all the boxes and things that have been piling up around here. I haven’t gotten enough time to go through all of the 20 designers and over 200 guest participants who took part in this round of the One Room Challenge. But I am going to get to it asap and put together a list of my favorites. I’ve seen quite a few pictures of rooms on Instagram and there are some real beauties out there!!

I promised last week in my reveal that I would be back with a separate post on all the sources of items that I used in my room. The One Room Challenge is sponsored by some really great companies who team up to help us get the items we need to put together these amazing makeovers. And just so you know, we are not forced to use any of these companies and everything I picked was chosen based on the item being something that I knew would be perfect for the room. But as many of you reading this are home bloggers, I think it is always nice to know what companies value and support the blogging world. And these One Room Challenge sponsors are those companies. They have all been so great to work with and without them this room would never have crossed the finish line. So do me a solid and keep these companies in your arsenal when you’re looking for home decor items.

Farrow and Ball  | Annie Selke |  Bellacor |  Newwall |  Emtek |  Metrie |  Haiku |  Minted |  Fringe Market |  The Mine |  Parima Studio |  Crystorama |  All Modern |  Framebridge |  Ariana Belle |  Karastan |  Jill Rosenwald |  Varaluz |  The Shade Store |  Fabricut

| Poufs | Rug | Duvet Cover | Purple Quilt |

| Left Print | Right Print| Crown Molding | Wall Color is Farrow and Ball Pointing, Ceiling is Farrow and Ball Peignoir |

| Leaning Desk | Chair| Basket | LED Light Box | Beaded garland |

| Dresser |

| Lamp | Cactus Print |

| Hanging Chair | Pillow | Planter | Sheepskin |

| Cactus Mural | Agate Pillow Shams | Hello Beautiful Pillow | Roman Shades | Upholstered Bed

| Pencil Cup|

| Abstract Print| Frame |

| Ceiling Fan |

| Shower valve | Shower Head |

| Turkish towels | Cactus Print | Acrylic Frame | Tassel Garland | Wallpaper | Trash Can |

| Black and Gold Cup |

| Faucet | Wall Mirror | Light | Hand Towel |

I hope you have gotten a ton of inspiration from this round of the One Room Challenge. And if you’ve been inspired to get some new artwork or change up the framing of your current artwork, I’ve got a coupon for you to use at FramebridgeFramebridge was one of the outstanding sponsors for the One Room Challenge and I used them to frame the abstract canvas piece from Parima Studio. Framebridge has a great selection of frames that are on-trend and they make the whole process so easy by sending you a shipping label to get your artwork to them. If you want to give them a try use the code “Suburban15” to receive 15% off your order.

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4 Responses to One Room Challenge Tween Queen Bedroom and Bath {The Sources}

  1. Christine says:

    I have been waiting all week to learn about the rug! Can you tag that source?

    • Erin says:

      I didn’t tag it because I couldn’t find it online. But it is just from Target. Bought it two weeks ago.

  2. Christine says:

    Oh and I love ❤️ the bathroom!!!! So beautiful.

  3. Kim @graysattic says:

    Love it! Great transition from little girl to teen and it could carry over to young adult!!