It's been a year since I showed you how my toddler daughter's bedroom looks like. We moved to a different house a few months ago and it was a perfect excuse to redecorate the bedroom. Of course, I only need an excuse. In the last couple of years, I discovered my passion for decorating and I have so many ideas for kid's bedrooms that it was hard to settle on just one...
I feel I need a bunch of houses or at least a few more kids to get all the ideas out: =D My two daughters mostly play downstairs in the playroom and only go to their bedrooms when it is bedtime. I have always wanted their bedroom to be inspiring and inviting to read and create. And this became my project for some time and now it is by far one of my favorite rooms in the house. It's a calm, peaceful, and happy place and my daughters love spending time there. Let me take you on a little tour of the dreamy pastel little girl bedroom!
Montessori floor bed with Broklinen bedding
This Montessori floor bed that I made last year has been by far Sasha's favorite place in the house. She absolutely loves to hang out there during the day - sitting quietly with the book or jumping on it - it's always fun. Even Sia now loves to hang out on this bed when Sasha is in school. Her turn will come to use this bed, but don't you agree that it's absolutely amazing? Wouldn't you love a bed like this?
To take it to a whole new level of comfort and awesomeness we got the Brooklinen bed sheets. I was very excited when the company reached out after I heard from so many friends and read the reviews on how soft and comfortable they were. And I have been impressed, no less, when I saw for myself. I'm sure Sasha will be sleeping like a baby from now. Well, better than a baby, like a good kid 🙂
If you prefer visuals, I made a video of this room tour 🙂
You can find it HERE
What I also liked about Brooklinen was that I could mix and match the linens and pillowcases etc, which I found very cool since I was able to create a unique style that fits my taste and vision for the bedroom. We chose the core set in Chambray Dune, the duvet in Stripes on cream, and extra pillowcases in Petal color. It perfectly matches Sasha's bedroom decor. I'm so happy... Did you know that it also has absolutely no bad chemicals and is safe for children? As I said before, Sasha will be sleeping in this bed till she goes to college haha I feel the Brooklinen bedsheets will stay with her till then, it will be hard to switch to anything else. And I won't mind sleeping with Sasha when she calls for me at night.
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I made this felt cloud garland myself but I've seen them on Etsy if you are not a handy type. This one looks similar to mine.
Art Display with Paper air balloons
This was something that everyone in the house is super happy about. Sasha creates so much art that we didn't know where to put it. The solution came by itself when I saw that empty wall in her room and thought it would be perfect for a cute art display of her latest creations. I bought this cloud lamp from Ikea a long time ago and I think that gave me an idea to decorate all rooms with clouds and hot air balloons kinda came to mind also. It was super fun and easy to make this paper hot air balloon. You can literally finish it in one hour. I wrote a tutorial on how we made this art display, you can find it HERE.
I painted this dresser last year and it is still in great shape. I wanted to update the handles and it took me about a year to do so. Finally, I'm done. I've been eyeing this cute animal metal drawer knobs for so long but since I have 12 knobs it would come down to be too pricey. I came up with a solution and I absolutely love it. All you need is spray paint, clay, animal molds, crazy glue, and the old knobs. In an hour you can transform your old chest of drawers and give it a new look.
These adorable animal prints can be found in my Etsy store If Only April Prints and you can use coupon IFONLY20 to get 20% off. We have extensive animal and transport print collection.
We got this Hutch baby sound machine a few weeks ago and I couldn't be happier with it. Besides white noise (you can choose between 12 versions to be exact), the device also changes colors and wait for it... You can control it all from your phone! Brilliant! Basically you can set up the "rising time" and your sound machine will change color which means it is time to leave the room and have breakfast downstairs. And there so many customizations and options that I haven't figured all yet. Highly recommended for a toddler that likes to wake up super early and leave the room 😉
This painting was my mom's and I brought it from Russia. I love how the tones fit perfectly to the design of this room.
DIY Book Display
This is another item that we have since the last house. Toddlers and little kids have to see the front cover of the book to get interested. These picture ledgers have been perfect for our extensive children's book collection. We try to change it regularly and there is no day that goes by without Sasha reading (I mean asking me to read it; D) I talk more about what plans I used to make it HERE.
We got this chair in Home Goods when we lived in New York, which feels forever ago, but I still see them in stores. I made this board with hooks, using drawer knobs decorated with bees and butterflies in the same style as the dresser. Sasha keeps her hats and scarfs there.
In this post:
DIY Montessori floor bed (you can buy similar here) | Brooklinen bed sheets | IKEA dresser, cloud lamp | Etsy animal prints, cloud garland | DIY art display | Blackout Curtains | Etsy felt garland | Hutch baby sound machine | YI Camera | DIY Camera Shelf (similar) | Rug (similar) | DIY book display | Laundry hamper (similar) | Toys 1, 2, 3, 4
I hope you enjoyed this little girls bedroom tour and got inspired to include some of it to your kid's bedroom too 😉
Note: I got a complimentary bedsheet set from Brooklinen. All opinions are my own.
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