Michal's walls have been painted pink, or more accurately Benjamin Moore's Powder Blush. I love the color and so does she.
The girls' peasant paintings, purchased in China, have been hung above the chairs. (Since most of the things in their old room were in pairs we're trying to keep the pairs together but divide the things between their rooms.)
The paintings are all of the same riverside village during four different seasons. Since Kenna and Michal were born at the end of December, I hung Winter first since that's the season their lives began.
Their Joybucket dolls are seated on shelves on the wall. (We had lots of discussion about where the dolls were going to live. Since they match Michal's room they ended up in there with the stipulation that Kenna's doll gets to sit on the top shelf.)