Last week on the blog we revealed our stunning Knoll Drive project. Today, we want to share with you one last space that we thought was so darling that it deserved its own post.
The bedroom we designed for our client’s daughters is one of the rooms that we put a lot of thought into when designing the house. Because we all know how fast kids grow up, we wanted to create a space that they would love now and years to come. We knew we didn’t want to design anything too childish that they would have to swap out later and nothing too grown up that they wouldn’t love right now.
We decided to keep things bright, simple, feminine as well as preppy to keep in tone with the rest of the home. This was the perfect combination to create a room with longevity!
One thing that can often be a mistake when designing a girls room is thinking that it must be pink everything. And while we’re not against pink at all, we felt after getting to know our clients that this just wouldn’t suit their daughter. So, we chose to use a color palette of white, blues, and grays with just a subtle pop of pink.
If you’re looking to create a room like this for your little (or even more grown up!) girl, we made it easy for you to shop too our look! Click on the links below to see where we got all the pieces from this darling space.
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Additional credits: Photography by Spacecrafting.
. . .But WHERE IS THE TABLE FROM??
It's from Ballard Designs ;)
Are there blinds underneath the Roman shade or is the Roman lined and fully functional?
This has a functioning woven wood blind under the roman valance :)
Absolutely stunning!!! Could you share the lamp source?
I would love to know where to get the window treatments.
What color paint did you use ?
Hi Kaitlyn! It's White Dove by Benjamin Moore :) Thanks for following along!