After hearing the story of a three year old girl who had been diagnosed with cancer, designers from Adams Interior Design wanted to help, so they designed a sophisticated, comfortable room for this little girls who had already gone through so much. Moving her room into the larger, unused guest bedroom, designers were able to create a room that was new, but still had all the things this little girl loved. The headboard in the room is an heirloom, passed down from the little girl's mother, and the furniture in the space is distressed antique furniture that lends to the softness of the design without matching too perfectly.
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
This sweet little girl's room was designed with her needs in mind. From the vintage furniture that gives the space a soft, elegant feel, to the built-in shelves and window seat that give a place for her to display her inspiration. "A project like this," designers said, "remind me of the impact successful design can have on people's lives to create a sense of happiness, even during life's most difficult times." That impact is evident in this picture.
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.
The younger daughter's room was designed to be age-appropriate, with warm neutral tones paired with shades of pink, her favorite color, for a vibrant and feminine space. To give the nightstand a sense of purpose, a delicate chandelier pendant hangs above. A small table provides a space for play and for doing homework.
Find a special outfit that your child can wear to parties and gatherings all season long. Department stores, boutiques and online handmade shops are filled with seasonal clothing, like this vintage-inspired dress, weeks before the holiday festivities begin.
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.
Usually, nurseries are only used for sleeping and storage, but designers wanted to add seating so that parents, grandparents and friends have plenty of space to watch the baby sleep and play. On one wall, a soft, velour beckons guests to take a load off, while in another corner, a comfortable sitting area provides the perfect place for soothing a baby back to sleep after a late night wake-up.
Designers added pieces of vintage furniture and repurposed them for use in this elegant little girl's room. This antique China cabinet was upcycled into a functional, sophisticated dresser with shelving for display and plenty of space for storage.
Perfect for a little girl, this playroom features all-white furnishings, including a small table, chairs and cubby storage. A purple and red dyed area rug provides a pop of color to the space while a picture of a white horse above the cubby storage area adds a touch of whimsy.
These homeowners were in need of a space for their two little girls to get creative, so designers Karen E. Laine and Mina Starsiak of HGTV's Good Bones transformed an unused attic space into the perfect playroom. An accent wall in the back of the space provides a focal point, while keeping the room fun and bright, while shelves give the girls a place to store their toys and display their artwork. A white rug adds comfort to the space, creating a great spot for the girls to play and draw together.
Designer Claire Paquin carefully designed this child's bedroom in shades of white, gray and hot pink with an eye on what she might like in years to come. She kept the main elements of the design in a neutral palette and added pops of pink in the pillows and other knickknacks that can change as tastes do. A built-in window seat and bookcases are perfect storage solutions for toys, books and games. And what little girl wouldn't love a crystal chandelier of her very own?