I am finally sharing one of my favourite projects to date! Here is the full reveal of the bright and playful little girl’s room I mentioned last week.
The drapery fabric was really the jumping-off point and inspiration for the rest of the room. It is a bold, colourful, and playful floral, perfect for a young girl but will be able to transition with her over the coming years. I then paired it with several other smaller geometric fabrics, to pull the room together.
Knowing my clients appreciate artwork, especially pieces with meaning for them, I suggested a few special pieces for their daughter’s space, including: a customized ABC name print; her first bikini framed (sooo cute!); and last but not least I painted a series of canvases (inspired by the drapery fabric) for over her bed.
Toronto-based photographer Nechama Laitman, did a newborn/family session in this room. The amazing light and bright colours provided a perfect backdrop. Here are a couple photos from that shoot:
I’m really happy with how this space turned out and I think the little resident is too!
I believe the room will grow with her over the years, with slight tweaks here and there. Maybe a bunk bed? Probably a desk. Time will tell. In any case, the bones of the room are solid. I love working with this family as they give me a lot of creative freedom and really welcome my expertise. Little sister’s room is in the works, stay tuned.
A few sources:
- Wall colour: Benjamin Moore Pink Cadillac (2002-70)
- Drapes and pillows: fabric and sewing by Tonic Living
- ABC custom name print: Made by Girl
- Bench: Target
- Pouf: Aletafae
- Lamp: Robert Abbey Delta
P.S. If you missed the first post about this project, click HERE to view the inspiration design board and “Before” photo.
Image credits: 1-11 Dayna McCarthy for Inspiration for Decor, 12 & 13 Nechama Laitman Photography