Thursday, June 6, 2013

Preteen Transitional Room, Project Sneak Peek

Good morning,

As promised from my previous post, I want to share with you the beginnings of an amazing and glamorous little girl's room. For this room, the idea is give her a more grown up space that can easily transition into her upcoming teenage years without being too childish but still keeping it fun.

Here is the design scheme for Daniella's room.

You see in the scheme that these basic elements can transition easily in to different colors and styles.I chose simple and clean pieces for her room mostly in white. The idea here is that it is still fit for a little girl, but as show grows up the simple change of bedding and color can change the feel of the entire space.

Clean White Upholstered Bed

White Laquered desk with lucite handles added for a higher end look.

 White night stands with glass drawers and trellis detail.
Glamerous chandelier to up the "wow" factor.

Here are a couple sneak peeks (taken at night) to give you a vague idea of the progress.

 I just love the moroccan pouf and the glamerous upholstered bed. So pretty, lucky little girl. I still have a gallery wall to create above the bed, and curtains to hang as well as the final staging, so the final images coming soon.

Oh, and just in case you wanted to see the shaping up of the second daughter's room. Remember the room scheme that I posted recently?

Here is a glimpse at her room as it's starting to come together.

Don't you just love that vivid zebra print rug! Amazing! The shelves aren't stages, the mirror isn't painted, and I don't even have a duvet cover on her bed!, but you get the idea.

I swear that one day I will actually bring AND use my nice camera to get you some non embarrassing photos, but in the mean time you get my iPhone pics;)

There is still allot left to do, and stage but these rooms are starting to come together and are looking great. It's always interesting to do 2 daughter's rooms at the same time. I should know, I have 2 girls and since I do this for a living my younger daughter is constantly worried that I will make some other little girl's room better than hers. She will understand one day, Ha!  Things can easily go wrong if one room is even slightly "cooler" than the other. In this case I'm working around what each girl wants as far as color and patter and keeping them as equally cool as possible as to save their father the headache of hearing about it later.

I'll start showing you more of the house this week. It's come a long way baby!

What do you think of the 2 girls rooms so far? Do you prefer one over the other?

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