The owner of this house asked for a redesign that is classy and bright with lots of girly touches, so a sleek, white table was added to this space. The traditional chairs at each end of the table were covered with pink fabric to bring in the girly style that the homeowner was looking for, while the other, more traditional chairs were replaced with clear chairs. A classy, elegant chandelier hangs over the dining table for a special touch.
At the end of the space, a floor to ceiling window lets plenty of natural light into this sweet, girly space. The light can be controlled by a Roman shade so that the girls can have complete darkness during nap time.
The owner of this French Country home wanted to redesign her house to better fit her girly style, so she added some bold, stylish pieces to her living room. The milk-white deer head, the pink chair, animal hide rug and clear coffee table make a unique statement in the space, while the traditional fireplace, nude canvas chairs and elegant sconces keep the classy tradition of the French Country style alive in her home.
Designers wanted to create a glamorous space for this teen to hang out, so they added a white, modern dresser with gold accents to the space. Then, they used pink and gold details to make the space a bit more girly, and they brought in an elegant, white mirror to tie the design together.
Designers brought in a modern dresser with plenty of drawers that would give the couple space to store their girls' things. Though it currently serves as a changing table, the piece can simply be a dresser as they grow.
A daybed with trundle is a smart option for a small space girl's room since it takes up less room, but also provides an extra bed for sleepovers. A trio of artwork above the bed adds a punch of color to the light pink room.
The hallway of this beautiful French Country home are not left out of the renovation. The walls of this hallways have been outfitted with a lovely coat of yellow paint that reflects the natural light that enters the home through the large French window, making the space bright, warm and inviting.
The owner of this house was anxious for a space in which she could entertain, so an open concept kitchen was a must. While the kitchen design left her with an open feel, the homeowner needed more space to prepare food, so an oversized island with a prep sink was built in the middle of the space. The island has a breakfast bar which provides extra seating and a perfect place to entertain.