To plan a room that a little girl can grow up in can be sometimes difficult. These rooms do just that.
This isn't your typical girls bedroom, that is what is so captivating to me. The use of blues & greens is always a great combo. Lisa Martensen and Jan Jones designed it and although their site is under construction you should bookmark it to view later.
What a sweet window tea party. I've been seeing a lot of poufs around, especially in kids rooms. That will definitely be an option in Olivia's big girl room. They have so much use and add a great pop of colour.
Beautiful wall of desk space and storage. You can never have too much storage and in a kids room it's a great way to organize and have all those little items unified.
This room was put together by Amanda Nisbet Design. The light fixture could be any marriage of a good thrift find and a smart can of spray paint. The button tufting and sunshine yellow are sweet and feminine.
I love the collection of mismatched pillows and fabrics. Fun and fresh but still bold and youthful. Like Sarah says, a good number of fabrics to pull a room together is somewhere between 10-12. A rule I am hoping to use in the near future.
The desk is an element that has me wishing I was still in school, well almost.