Erin and I finished up girl’s room install a couple weeks ago and I’m excited to share the before and after with you today! Our client was a three year old little girl. This was her room when we came out to see it:
Their only request for the space was a bunk bed and the rest was up to us! Erin and I agreed that we needed a cushion on the window seat to make it cozier and some fun pillows. We also wanted to do an awesome roman shade since that window is the first thing you see when you walk in the room. The dresser and light fixture are the only thing that stayed. Here is the after!
When we came out to do the consult our client instantly loved Kravet’s XU Garden in teal. So we decided to make this our “wow” statement piece in the roman shade. We hung the roman shade much higher than the actual window to make the window appear bigger. The rug is from overstock.
Window cushions are not cheap to make so we wanted to save money with the fabric. Erin found this dark pink at a local remnant store. The gold heart pillow is from here. It looks like that one is sold out but you can find a similar pillow here. The floral print is made with this fabric.
The chartreuse pillows are from Anthropologie. That furry beast is also from Anthro. It’s super fun for a kid’s space and oh so fun to pet.
Our client kept her dresser but just gave it a fresh coat of paint. Good as new! We found the red mirror on clearance at Target.
This PB Teen pig night light is adorable.
The wall decals are from Land of Nod.
The white bunk bed is from here.
Our client actually made this light fixture by attaching coffee filters to an existing shade!
We made the lumbars with Caitlin Wilson’s fabric. The bedding is from PB Teen.
The color scheme for the entire room actually came from this quilt that our client had. It was fun to pull so many vibrant colors from this heirloom quilt.
I love imagining our little three year old client in her new room for years to come. I also love that this space can easily transition into a room for a tween or teen girl.
photography by Britta Anne Photography