The challenge in this room was to come up with a storage solution for the child’s clothing since there is no closet in his bedroom. We were able to pull off an exposed hanging section since, given his age, he doesn’t have many articles, so it will not look cluttered. We first mounted wooden shelves from V de V and then used a curtain rod from West Elm to create the pole.
His sister’s room is everything a 7-year-old would wish for. The headboard wall is accentuated using a Harlequin wallpaper that we love. It’s whimsical and fun, yet sophisticated enough for her to grow into.
Facing her bed, she has the perfect reading corner on her kid-size sectional, under her new pink canopy lit by tiny string lights. Since our little client had tons of family photos that meant so much to her, we installed a gallery wall over the sectional to display them along with some fun prints.
Fluffy pillows and ottomans create extra seating and add depth, while her workspace gives her a corner for her to do her homework.
Our clients shared a video of the reveal with us that almost made us cry. Seeing these children light up at the sight of their new rooms was probably our most rewarding reaction we’ve ever witnessed from our clients! Screams, squeals and all!