A swing chair is a fun addition to the room, with plenty of pillows for comfy reading. The cactus design and geometric prints give the corner southwestern flair, nodding to the landscape just outside the little girl's window.
This corner of the sitting room is all about the kiddos; they can curl up with a stuffed friend on the swing chair or use the pueblo-style bed as a play area. Buffalo check curtains tuck the latter out of sight when company's over.
On the other side of the room, a dresser keeps clothes neat and organized. By pushing the bed to the far wall, the designers were able to open the floor plan and make room for a super cute and comfortable swinging chair.
On the back porch, a pair of swinging daybeds topped with kilim pillows add a playful, laid-back feel to the space creating the perfect spot for relaxing. For additional seating, colorful butterfly-style chairs face the pool and make the space more functional.
A whimsical room features a swing chair and draperies of birds, butterflies, insects, and plants in Europe and China. The pattern was inspired by a book of etchings by French naturalist Pierre-Joseph Buchoz. The Buchoz Floral fabric is in a textile collection by the New York Botanical Garden and Vervain.
Because this room came with a permanent, pueblo-style bed, the designers decided to make the space work for the parents *and* their kids. A neutral sofa and two patterned armchairs create a sitting area for the adults, while the pueblo bed and swing chair give the kiddos a place to play.