A Girl's Dream Room Reveal

Bluffdale Residence | December 18, 2013

I am so excited to share a fun room reveal with you today! 

When I was a little girl I always dreamed of having a room full of bright colors so creating this space for a client felt a little like a dream come true for me. Erin and I worked hard to create a playful space for a little 3-year old client who loved unicorns and pink! We wanted it to feel youthful but also be a space that she can grow with. I think we achieved a good balance of youth mixed with sophistication. Here is our colorful unicorn room reveal! 
We love how the Pink Upholstered Headboard brings a lot of color into the space to balance out the neutral walls. The pink lumbar pillow was made by Erin.  The green pillows are from T.J. Maxx and the duvet is Pottery Barn Teen as well as that glorious gold unicorn
Our client already had the yellow trellis rug and luckily it worked perfectly in the room. 

The shelf is from Home Decorator’s Collection and is only $116. The black and white bins are from Hobby Lobby as well as the teal geometric orb. The temple print is from Ashmae, The carnival art is from this etsy shop. Our client also mentioned loving puppies so we thought these puppy bookends would be perfect. I actually made the unicorn silhouette myself! 

Our client’s mom mentioned she might like a little vanity desk so we bought this one.

These dragonfly lights are from PB Teen. It doesn’t look like they are available anymore but we have an extra set if anyone wants them! 
The white lamp is from T.J. Maxx, the bird art is from Ashmae and the nightstand is originally from Williams Sonoma Home but we got it for a steal from an outlet store. 

We loved this little window seat in her room and we wanted to make it feel special so we made a custom cushion and added an amazing roman shade in Portobello Vase by Robert Allen. The yellow pillows are from T.J. Maxx and the unicorn pillow is from P.B. Teen. The Pouf is from T.J. Maxx. 

To find out more about our design services send an email to kirstenkrason@gmail.com 

Thanks to Samantha Kelly for all of these photographs!