You may remember my post a couple weeks ago about a friend and colleague in Savannah who (with her husband) is in the process of adopting three little girls. I am honored to help my special “client” (I will call her that to sound more official!) deck her halls to welcome these three lucky little girls. In my last post, I shared with you my vision for the oldest girl’s room.
Below is my initial vision for the shared bedroom for the two little girls, aged 4 and 5. This initial vision has already been tweaked in collaboration with my client, but this will give you an idea of my starting inspiration.
I want to girl-ify the neutral walls with this feminine Rose Bedding from The Land of Nod. I love the depth that the appliqued roses provide, and the sweet ruffled shams and euro shams. Look how good it looks on a white iron bed!
I love this desk from Company Kids, which could double as a vanity with this glamorous mirror from PB Teen hung low on the wall above. This pairing would provide great nook for both playing dress-up and doing homework. .
I want the room to be symmetrical without being too matchy or sterile. I have been thinking about ways to showcase each child’s individuality. The 5 year old told my client that she loves ballet and dance, and I thought these whimsical Ballet Sheets from Garnet Hill would be perfect on her bed with the rose duvet.
And I found this great princess ballet wall decal on Etsy – I would order it the decal in white or light pink for soft contrast with the butter walls (below is an example of a black decal on pink walls):
The room is shaping up! Stay tuned as our decorating adventure unfolds. I will keep you posted on our selections for each of the rooms and hope to post “before” and “after” pictures when the rooms are finished. Happy Tuesday!