Sisters’ bedroom redesign

I have 2 favorite parts about working in homes. First, the collaboration + teamwork necessary to make any project a success. And second, seeing transformations occur and the joy (and often relief) it brings to my clients.  In this case, a double salon was initially used as an office + living room space.  It was then converted into a bedroom for 2 sisters but lacked a cohesive sense of design + flow for the family.

girls bedroom

By dividing the room into 2 zones (sleeping + playing), we were able to create an inspiring space.  My client and I worked together to declutter the entire room, remove furniture and create a new plan for the space.  She and husband then followed through with all the elements, including building some of the furniture (including the white desk, and a pull-out bed for guests under the bunk bed).  Here’s to collaboration!

girls room


Bunkbed: Ikea
Bedside table: Ferm living
Blue oval rug: Vintage store
Grey + white rug: West Elm
Yellow basket: West Elm
Dollhouse on wall: Buk et Nola
Heart print: Banquet Atelier + Workshop
Frida Kahlo print: Cara Carmina
White chairs: Ikea
Bookcase: Ikea
Doll stroller: Haba


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