Big Girl Room

>> Tuesday, July 28, 2015

I haven’t shown photos of Ada’s “new” room at our “new” house . . . and we’ve already lived here a year. And in the past year, we’ve transitioned from the crib to a bed to now to a lofted bed. Her room has been a space of transition, and I’m sure it will continue to change and evolve as she grows.

Here’s where we are now:

There’s really no rhyme or reason behind much of the decor. This room was pieced together over many months, so there really was no master plan. Nothing really matches, yet -- at least to me -- the space seems to flow together in an explosion of rainbow cheeriness.

She certainly agrees!


Bed: Ikea KURA. We had my brother pick it up for us last year because our closest store is almost 3 hours away. Here’s a very cute + inexpensive loft bed if you’re in a similar situation.

Duvet: Ikea UTELEK.

Princess art: Home Goods.

Wall hanging: Thrifted on our NYC trip.

Curtains: Eclipse Kids Blackout in purple.

Hanging sorter: Ikea PS FANGST.

Rug: Safavieh! I have had SO many questions about this rug and I finally found it again! And it’s cheaper than when I bought it several years ago. 6x9 foot.

Kid couch: Nod chair. I got ours on super sale years ago.

Baby crib: Bitty Baby by American Girl. Ours is an old version my MIL found at a yard sale.

Heart art: DIY -- here’s how.

Glow stars: Wonder Stars Super Kit.

Desk: Thrifted. Here’s a similar one -- it’s adorable and probably much sturdier than our antique version.

Knit animals: Blabla Dolls. Ada has Suzette the Fox and Mirabelle the Bunny.

Garland: Home Goods. Here are similar felted garlands.

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