Project Update: Girl's Bedroom

No designing could be more fun than a little girl's bedroom!  This one was no different.  Designing for children can be more whimsical and creative.  And that's what what we went for in this room.  Isn't it a charmer with the unique and modern color scheme with still a touch of "princess"?  Even modern girls want to be a princess! 6044

The room was a blank slate with neutral walls.  The floor plan called for this double layout which functions great for sleepovers (or when baby sis grows up!) but it also makes for a more dramatic look of repetition.  And the blank ceiling called for.....something.  So we added the beams and tongue and groove ceiling.  And....remember last weeks posts on painted ceilings?  Well a color was a must to balance out the dark navy walls and pop against the beams.

The color scheme began with the headboard we had in the showroom.  We made a duplicate headboard and started pulling the scheme together from there.  It was by happenstance (the fabric was laying in the design studio from another project) that the bird fabric was found.  The color scheme was already mostly decided and this Robert Allen fabric pulled it all together.  How cute is this!

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And then for the chandelier.  To keep the room from going "shabby chic" we opted for coral pink color.  It keeps the room more modern and fun.

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Adding few DIY touches kept cost down on this room redo and added a personal touch.

We love this unique color scheme.  Do you like a more modern twist like this, or traditional girl's room schemes?

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