Toddler-size bunk beds are an excellent space-saving furniture option for children under the age of seven. Thinner and less wide than twin-size beds, toddler-size beds use up less space, thus allowing extra chairs or tables to fit into the room.
To create a touch of whimsy in the space, designers added some cute details, such as the doll chair and mirrored nightstand, to the space to create a personal, unique design that can grow up with its occupant.
In one corner of the space, designers created a reading nook for this little girl to curl up with her dolls and read her favorite fairy tale. With a cozy reading chair and black, wire baskets at the perfect height for a little girl, books are easily reachable, giving her open access to any book in her collection.
Upcycled Black Dresser with Pink Crystal Drawer Pulls
To create contrast and add storage to the space, designers upcycled the little girl's old dresser with a new coat of paint and some new pink, crystal drawer pulls. The dark color helps bring warmth to the room, while the pink crystal drawer pulls bring glamor to the new creation.
To add a personal touch to this toddler's room, designers showcased the little girl's first pair of ballet slippers and a photo of her at her first recital. For an elegant touch, these pieces are framed in gold, adding glitz and glamor to the space.
In this elegant little girl's room, natural light streams in through large windows, making the space feel bright and open, while pink curtains help to control the light in the space and add some privacy to the space