Welcome to the reveal of the "Toddler Room"! I love designing bedrooms for little ones because you can play with color in ways that might not work in other areas of a home.
Even though we didn't do anything extravagant in here, I wanted the room to showcase the impact that pink can have.
From HomeGoods to thrifted books, everything in this room is super affordable.
We picked out really cute furniture pieces that can be styled for a toddler but would look just as good in a teenager's bedroom. This way, the furniture can grow with them as they get older. And it's true - we could have easily changed the pillows and decor to make it a teenager's bedroom. The little accessories make all the difference.
THE PAINT COLOR
We painted the trim and casing around the doors and windows a shade of pink. Ironically, it is not the same pink as the GBOGH nursery (which a lot of people have thought), but it looks super similar.
We installed a really cool light fixture from Mitzi in the room; they have very affordable and unique lighting options that are perfect for kid’s spaces. We also used Mitzi for the lighting in the kids' bathroom, which was very reasonably priced (I believe it was under $300, or perhaps even less).
The Roman shades really tied the room together. We brought in a paint sample and worked with Budget Blinds to find the perfect match. Normally, I don't like patterned shades or draper, but when I saw how well it complemented the pink paint color, I knew it was meant to be. The shades are now the focal point of the entire room and it looks stunning.
I really, really love Roman shades. They're thick and were the perfect solution for this room because the casing is so close to the closet that traditional drapery wouldn’t have worked. The Roman shades were the perfect solution and added a classic touch that I love.
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