Every girl wants a princess room. They are only children for a little while, so why not give them a room that they love to show off to everyone who visits. Let their imagination run free, they will be faced with the bieges and greys , browns of everyday life soon enough. My theory is "Give them color" " Inspire them to love color and art"
Psycologists who study the effect of color in children's and infants rooms have found that pinks in particular tend to sooth a child as does soft blues. While neutral colors seem to have little effect one way or another.
My favorite part of this room is the book shelf because reading is so important in a child's life and the castle cutouts because dreams are just as important.
Princess and whimsical.
This project was created with many artisans. Some came from Etsy and some came from independant shops. The castle cutout and painting, drapes,chandelier, princess at the castle door,tissue box, switch plates and bed crown, all came from Etsy shops. The bedding came from Summers at the cottage. Bookshelves,table lamp and night stand from Pottery barn kids.
Sources: Drapes: http://www.etsy.com/shop/SLCdesignsHome
Tissue Box: http://www.etsy.com/shop/RoseChicFriends
Canopy Bed Crown: http://www.etsy.com/shop/PrincessCanopyShop
Castle cutout: http://www.etsy.com/shop/zzbob
Castle Painting: http://www.etsy.com/shop/pinkrose1611
Bookshelves lamp and night stand : Pottery Barn
Rose Knobs: http://www.angelheartdesigns.com
Quilt and bedding:http://www.summersatthecottage.com/home.html
Paint: Valspar Princess pink Creative Ideas 218