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Pretty in Pink Girl's Room Design

January 12, 2015

Last week my sister's best friend sent me the link to some pretty heart bedding and asked me to build a room design around it for her little girl.  So fun!  I realized after getting started that I've been doing nothing but little boy rooms or living spaces for at least a year and a half now.  Wells' pink bedroom is my most favorite room of all and you can see I incorporated a few things from her space into this design as well.  Her room is perfect so I never bothered to explore a different version of a little girl's dream space.

I'm not sure if she's going to like the direction I've gone in or if she'll want to change it all up but I thought this pretty board was way too lovely not to share with all of you as well.  I can see this working for a really tiny baby girl just leaving her crib or a young lady well into elementary or middle school.  I'm such a fan of rooms that grow.  No sense investing in pieces that will only last a year or two.  Says the woman who had to buy two cribs in two years only to need none two years later.  Anything I buy for my kids or recommend to another better get a few more years of use.


pink dotted roman shade || capiz chandelier || Erin Gregory signs of summer art piece || stop and smell the roses framed print || calligraphy art || tufted bed || Heart Quilt || Sheets || color block sham || shimmer stripe basket || pink wall color || striped rug || pink and white pouf || Bulletin Board || Oh My Darlin wall hanging || red chair ||  campaign desk / full size campaign desk || flower lamp base || lamp shade || felt garland

There are actually a few fun DIY projects you could tackle from this board.  Like making the wall hanging or the colorful garland.  And the obvious, painting an old yard sale chair.  I wish I had more time to try more crafty projects lately.  It seems like the days get away from me lately and then it's dark.

I love the idea of mixing in some real art (prints) with a child's own creations.  It looks nice and creates some cohesiveness with color.  Also, why shouldn't children be influenced by true artists?  And it gives a strong validity to their own creations to be mixed in with real artists works!

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13 comments:

  1. I'm so not a pink person, but I really love this board. It's sweet and fun and not too frou frou. Awesome job!

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    1. This could be translated in so many color schemes right? I think a periwinkle blue would be lovely!

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  2. Adorable! Love the artwork and the pendant is amazing!!

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    1. thank you! I have my eye on those items as well. ha!

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  3. My daughters would love this room- thanks for sharing!

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    1. I had Wells come take a look half way through to make sure I was on the right track :)

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  4. Love the calligraphy art! I say that to my Glitter Girl all of the time to hopefully instill an appreciation for all of the freckles sprinkles on her little face.

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  5. I love it Julia and will definitely try and incorporate some of these elements. My favorites are the desk and bulletin board. It's a room that can grow with Lexi. Thank you.

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  6. Great desk. And that bedroom is such a fun jumping off point!

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  7. That bedding is such a stunner. I love this room - the basket is perfect. May have to add that to my little one's nursery.

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  8. I love the art and the bedding...so adorable!

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  9. I adore this room Julia! Every detail and what a pretty feminine pink wall color. I love pink and have a new little niece. So fun!

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  10. That bedding is so cute and I am also loving that red chair and campaign desk!

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