I've been gearing up for a room redo for my daughter. We have switched our kids around rooms a couple of times in the last year trying to figure out which combination works best. So far, we've found she probably needs her own room, only sister problems. Anyway, I wanted to stop in and share the inspiration board for her space. If you want to know how to find the best home accessories, this is a great way to do it! I almost always throw one of these together when I'm redoing things, I always do them for design clients, but I find this visual aid board is quite helpful for me too. So here's the plan.
The way I approach redecorating is probably pretty normal, first I find one thing I really love, and use that as my inspiration. In this case, it was the Duvet from PBTeen, it is chambray, embroidered, gorgeous, and I think she will be able to grow with it. Then I always try to factor in what I already have and make a wish list as the very last step. One such step that is often overlooked when a bedroom is redesigned is door handles. Smaller objects such as those could make a large difference to the final look of the room, so you may want to ensure you change them to fit the room. If you're struggling with options you might want to read this page https://www.architekturzeitung.com/architektur/architektur-deutschland/2709-kaffeebar-von-dia-dittel-architekten.html or one similar to it, for potential advice. As a whole paying attention to small details can be important when redesigning any room in a house. I get a lot of comments about, "How do you redo your rooms so often?" And my secret for that is simple... I just slowly gather things over time for my own home. Of course, designing for myself is a little bit different than when I'm hired to help someone because there's rarely any time constraints on when things MUST be done. So that may be a luxury, but maybe something you can institute in your own home.
Could you just die over that removable wallpaper? I'm eager to fit that into her space. I think it'll make her space a total showstopper. I am so excited to get her headboard built in that beautiful shape, and provide a tutorial on how that all worked out for ya guys!