My daughter, Poppie Ainsley's room was inspired by the board game Candy Land. We began the process by painting the room a great Tiffany blue color and then candy striped the ceiling pink, red and white (talk about a tough task at seven months pregnant!). I then painted the Candy Land mural on one wall. We kept the cost of the room low by using a floor model "Toys R Us" Amy Coe Crib and Target Furniture. Little accents like polka dotted knobs made the pieces look way more expensive than they actually were! I painted a clearance mirror frame bright red and balanced the color of the room with the round, white rug. Finally candy was placed in glass jars through out the room. We love it! I hope you do as well :)
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Where are you located? - Hi!! I am casting for a new web series on HGTV featuring creative children spaces and loved yours!! Are you in the Los Angeles area? If so, i would love to submit your space. Please let me know :)
Children are encouraged by color, probably more than adults. I can't think of anything in a child's room more thrilling than an amazing wall mural. This life-sized Candy Land game board brings much color and whimsy to this space, creating miles of smiles.