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Aria’s Princess Room


Aria’s dad contacted me even before she was born. He wanted a room that would be really special and very very pretty. He has a gorgeous new home and wished for a beautiful princess room that would perfectly match the rest of the house. And he wanted pink.

I started with choosing a beautiful bed and built the design from there. I absolutely love wallpaper and use it whenever I can so I suggested a soft dusty pink wallpaper with little gold stars and that set our mood and colours for the room. The room originally had grey walls and the decision was made to paint them pink. I colour matched them with the wallpaper and now the whole room feels nice and calm when you walk in.

Opposite the bed is a pretty bookshelf in the shape of a house decorated with lots of books, toys, personalised prints and decor. It’s positioned there to create balance in the room. I used the space under the window to create different play areas: a beautiful castle like dollhouse, a hanging rack with gorgeous little dresses, a mini white piano and a cute little vanity with little wooden nail polishes. 

Everything in this room is so lovely. From the gorgeous metal cornice canopy and pretty velvet bedding, to the adorable tulle ring with satin pointe shoes and glamorous paper flowers on the wall, everything is so girly and princessy. Just like dad wanted for his little girl. 



Conrad Taylor



Kristina Van Rooyen, All is pretty




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  1. avatar kayla swayngim says:

    hi! can you suggest the paint color that matched the wall paper?

  2. avatar Rachel A says:

    I would also love to know which paint color you used to match the wallpaper! It looks great!

  3. avatar Esha says:

    Lovely! What paint color did you use?

  4. Hi,
    The bed is from Pottery Barn Kids

  5. avatar bryanie jones says:

    where is this bed from please?

  6. avatar Lori says:

    Where did you get the bed from?

  7. avatar Beth says:

    Hi Krystle, this is a design trick for people who like to fold down their top sheet. They make the bed just as you said with the top sheet flipped upside down, so that when you fold it over the comforter the “good” side of the sheet shows.

  8. avatar Krystle says:

    Do you have the top sheet upside down and turned around? I just got mine and the ballerinas are upside down and it’s not reversible.

  9. avatar Kristina says:

    Hi Cynthia! The crown is from Pottery Barn Kids.

  10. avatar Cynthia says:

    Were did you got the crown from the wall please?