When we moved into this house we assigned bedrooms to the kids based on size and proximity to our room. We put Elle the furthest away because she can be a bit of a light sleeper and it seemed like the quietest spot in the house (click to see Elle's original room). What we didn't factor in was that her room was the hottest of the bunch. It's above our garage and three of the four walls are exposed to sun. In the 100 degree temps it heats up pretty quickly. She had been complaining it was too hot at night, so we decided to switch her to our upstairs guest room.
Though I loved her room the way it was her furniture worked perfectly with the pineapple wallpaper in the guest room. The pink flowers printed on the wall are the exact shade of pink as her duvet cover. And to my surprise, Elle loves this room even more than her previous one. She said it feels cozy. Music to my ears!
We hung up art work above her bed, kept her steamer trunks as a side table and used the marble and brass bookcase to store all of her books. I love how girly and feminine it looks together. It really is perfect for a little girl.
Art from The Land of Nod
Rug from The Land of Nod (discontinued)
Duvet from The Land of Nod
Bed from IKEA
Pillows from The Land of Nod
Steamer trunks, family heirloom
Wallpaper by Hygge & West
Chandelier from Living Spaces
Bookcase from Living Spaces
Unicorn from The Land of Nod
Pouf from Living Spaces
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