Girl’s Bedroom E-design

We recently finished a really fun e-design room for a little girl living in North Carolina! Our client, Sarah, wanted to create a bedroom for her one year old daughter that works now but that can also grow with her. She didn’t want it to feel “baby.” In her style questionnaire, she wanted the space to feel bright and cheerful, a little bit sophisticated, and lots of pattern play. Here are a few of the images she sent to us an inspiration for pattern and color (the walls in the room were already painted a pale green): pink and greenYou’ll see we created two different furniture plan options for Sarah to choose from and two different fabric and furniture schemes.  Edesign-GirlsBedroom-Page1

Everyone in the office fell in love with the Moroccan inspired shape of this Dwell headboard (below) and the unique animal print fabric.


Edesign-GirlsBedroom-Page12Our recommendation for the curtain fabric in this scheme is a grey cotton with little white polka dots from Schumacher. We love the texture of this fabric! WINDOWTREATMENTS-OPTION1

Edesign-GirlsBedroom-Page3Minaret bed, campaign nightstand, mini checkmate lamp, pom pom duvet set, cut circle sheet set, geo throw pillow. What’s great about these shopping lists is that all of the images in the PDF are hyperlinked so its super easy for the client to click and buy! Edesign-GirlsBedroom-Page4Teak step stool, jackson floor lamp, lark shelf, pandan bins, montara mirror, evelyn table lampEdesign-GirlsBedroom-Page5Climbing rose wall art, horton brasses, paint. Below is the second option for the furniture plan in this room. From the photos Sarah sent us, it looks like their house sits on the water, so we imagined it would be lovely to wake up in the morning facing the windows. Edesign-GirlsBedroom-Page6



Cortland bed, corbin side table, mini checkmate lamp, alexandra quilt set, scallop sheet set, woven tassle pillow.

Edesign-GirlsBedroom-Page10Teak step stool, mini newport lounger, dip top bin, book caddy, montara mirror, evelyn table lamp. We found this floral fabric below and thought it was the perfect way to tie in both pink and green and make the room feel timeless but still whimsical and girly. In this scheme a pale pink cotton from Dwell was suggested for the headboard. WINDOWTREATMENTS-OPTION2We have to say, we all had so much fun working on this room. Kid’s rooms are a great opportunity to let your imagination run wild and really have fun!

  • Jackie-York Avenue

    I love the designs you came up with, but I’m especially smitten with that gray and white dotted Schumacher fabric! Can I ask what the name of that is?