Experience have taught me that sometimes in order to create a great and functional room, organization is always the key. I had the privilege of working with a lovely family who wanted to make a soft transition from a nursery to a younger looking room for their daughter. This little girl had the most beautiful fairy style decor but her mother’s desire was to create a contemporary space fit to her child’s age.
After sourcing through some furniture, we all agreed on a white classic style which will permit this room to change through time and grow with the girl. Gray and vintage rose were the basic colors used to generate a spacious feeling in this small room.
As a mom, I know sometimes toys and playtime can get out of hand. To resolve this dilemma I offer my client several organizational options. As you’ll see from the before photos, the shelves were full of plush toys. By using baskets I was able to provide a clean look without throwing away any of the toys.
The mirror behind the headboard helped this room feel more airy but at the same time carried the abstract flower them repeated in some of the elements used.
I really enjoyed designing this room, from the selection of each piece, to the styling process. Let me know what was your favorite part in this room. I always enjoy reading you!
Pillow and Duvet: Restoration Hardware
Pillow Sham: Target
Mirror: Pottery Barn
Rug: Pottery Barn
Chair: Pottery Barn
Writing Desk: Pottery Barn
Bed: Pottery Barn
Bunny Side Table Lamp: Target
Decorative Birdcage (for the hair accessories) and gray basket: HomeGoods
Paint: BellaMia in eggshell and the number is “MQ 3-5” from Behr
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