We have a special treat today because we get to revisit a family with a fun new room tour. Last time we peeked into Laura Godfrey’s home, we were admiring her daughter’s sweet nursery, and today we get to tour her older daughters’, Reese and Rowen, shared floral bedroom. It’s the sweetest space for sisters to talk and play, and we always love spotting that gorgeous Jolie wallpaper! You can see more of Laura’s home, family and fashion on her blog and instagram—a must follow for sure! Thanks, Laura, for sharing your home with us again!
What inspired your room design?
Reese and Rowen’s room design was inspired by this sweet floral wallpaper. I fell in love with it immediately and knew I wanted to incorporate it in my girls’ room.
What was your favorite part of the process?
My favorite part of the design process was seeing my girls get so excited as they watched it come together. Rather than waiting until it was finished, they got to see the room unfold with each step, and they got so excited along with me!
And what do you love the most about the finished design?
My favorite part is how much more space the room got once we incorporated the bunk beds. Our house doesn’t have a playroom, so achieving more room on the floor for play has been amazing.
Designing a big kid room is different than a nursery because you know your little resident’s personality better. Did your girls have any special requests?
My girls only request for their room was to have bunkbeds! They are pretty easy to please, but I love how much fun they have in their new beds. The funniest part to me is that they have two separate beds but still insist on sleeping together every night.
Dresser (handles painted gold)
Do you have any words of advice for other parents?
My advice for parents designing a big kid room would be to try to find the balance between fun and function. A room can meet all the needs of your kiddos and still be a space you enjoy being in!
Photography by Lindsey Powell