Like the rest of the home, I wanted to stick with a clean bright space in the girls room. The big windows bring in so much light, I didn’t want to take away from that with the design. I’ve always loved a clean and simple space, and didn’t want to invest a lot of money in a space I already had a design I loved. I carried pieces from the design from our old house over to this space, and worked with my amazing designer Ashley to freshen it up with new pillows and accessories.
We kept their old, inexpensive beds that still worked great for the space as the foundation for the room. In addition to those we used the “blank slate” the bedding gives, and spiced it up with pops of pink. I love how the art is soft but still brings a pop of color. The pink ties perfectly with the pillows and quilt. If we need a change, I can switch out pillows and a blanket and have a whole new look. So simple + a great way to save money!
Speaking of bedding, you’ll notice it is like the rest of the room, clean and simple. I didn’t want to add a lot of complicated accessories. Hayden is my most stubborn child, so I wanted making the bed to be quick and easy for her!! I also HAVE to tell you this little mom/design hack. To save a little money, for the white quilts on their beds, I actually bought a King instead of getting two twins! I just cut it in half and surged the end that I cut. It looks just like I bought two of the smaller size, but saved so much in the total cost!
I also wanted to make sure the room didn’t seem too girly or childish, since it is a space for both Hayden who is 6 and Hunter, who is 11. With the age gap I wanted it to fit both of their styles and grow with them. I love that the nightstands from Rove are so functional but still add such a simple modern touch to the space, tying it all together.
Not only is this a favorite space for myself and the girls, but it has quickly become a favorite for the babies thanks to the swing from AllModern. It has been such a fun touch for the room. They love it so much and could just sit and swing in it and look out the window all day.
I think that sums up the design and all the details of the space! I love the happy bright space it turned out to be! Let me know if I missed anything you have questions on!