Ariah’s Bedroom Makeover

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Yesterday I showed you guys Aden’s newly redecorated bedroom, and now I am so excited to show you Ariah’s bedroom makeover! I worked with Oilo Studio to design this very special space for my daughter.

My daughter is a little lady who knows what she likes (watch out world!), and she adores anything pink. We wanted to create a room for her that she would automatically gravitate towards, and enjoy spending time in. This meant using her favorite color, and then offsetting it with lots of light and soft textures to create a calming space. Adding in the faux fur rug and stool were two ways that I could help to make the room feel safe and happy for her — She absolutely loves the plushness of these two pieces, and goes right to them every time she walks in her room.

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Designing Ariah’s room was different than Aden’s room because she is younger, and still sleeping in a crib. The big challenge was to create a beautiful space that was inviting for her, was functional for me and my husband and that could be easily updated. The room had to be designed around the idea that it would need to be updated from a nursery to a big kid room. For example, where the crib sits now, we have already measured out exactly where her first big girl bed will fit in a few years. We also know that she will need a book shelf and toy storage, and so we have already designated the space where the changing table currently sits for those items.

This room was all about creating some elements to stay for a long time, and creating other elements that are functional now, but that are temporary. One piece of this room that was designed to last is the wallpaper. I fell in love with the print, and it makes for a beautiful focal point that is bold, but not too busy. As Ariah gets older and her bedroom needs change, we plan on keeping the same look and feel to the room, and just updating a few things. Even the decorative crib pillows we selected are functional accents that can easily be placed on her big girl bed once we are ready for it. Designing her room was all about thinking ahead, and planning for change!

I loved designing this room for my daughter, and I can’t wait to see how she will continue to use it and make it her own as she grows up!

How have you guys transitioned a nursery into a big kid room? I would love to hear your tips!

Xo

Tamera

SHOP THE ROOM

Wallpaper by Anewalldecor | Crib by Newport Cottages | Sheepskin Rug (4×6) from Homegoods | Dresser from Wisteria | Glider by Oilo | Bedding by Oilo Studio | Light by Oilo Studio | La Mae Rug by Lulu & Georgia | Fur Stool by CB2 | End Table from wayfair | Mirror from Neiman Marcus | Window Treatments & Hardware by Q Design | Paint from Sherwin-Williams | Pillows by Oilo Studio | Blush Blanket by Oilo Studio

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  • xxdiscoxxheaven

    Where’s your jumpsuit from? So cute! Love the room. Such a classy take on a girl’s room

  • That wallpaper is so beautiful!

  • cliff goba

    i dont know…there’s too much white. She’s a kid, isn’t she messy? Dont take this the wrong way ..i’m not tryna be rude

  • Precious Khoza

    So inspired by you and your beauty translate to your style.
    Question: how do you keep your white clean especially for children?

  • SaL

    Cute but not practical. Seems like the room is about looking like a magazine photo than a room for a toddler to enjoy playing in!