A friend/client asked me to create a new room for her little girl because a little brother is on the way. They wanted to move her to a new room. To make the transition (of a new room and a baby brother) a little easier, we totally tricked it out. She wanted something fresh, current and something that could grow with her four year old. Because part of this little girl's heritage comes from India, we thought she needed a room that would reflect her family's culture as well as her four year old sense of style. And yes, she has one.
Our favorite part was working with this precious little "client" who had a lot of opinions of her own. For example and I quote:
"I would prefer purple lamps but I like pink". So with all that in mind..
She got the purple lamps and a custom mural by Ann, a dressing area, a reading nook and a vibrant sari inspired retreat.
Check it out!
How beautiful are these knobs from Hobby Lobby? Pretty great on their existing clean-lined dresser.
The paper star lantern is the perfect amount of light over the day bed.
We added a little sitting area for a tea party...
And a pretty trunk for books and a cozy throw.
Tons of fun storage accent the dress-up area...
Did I mention all windows are equipped with black out, custom Roman shades? Perfect for sleeping late (fingers crossed).
We added a little bling to the ceiling by replacing the dark wood ceiling fan with this glass drop chandelier from Lowes.
... and carried the bling over to the vanity table with a mirror from HomeGoods and a giant perfume bottle. How glam!