“big girl room” in pink

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We replicated our little girls pink & brown nursery into a sophisticated, comfy & fun "big girl" room

Design Inspiration

To work with the color theme we already had from the nursery but add a little more character and charm

Decorating Style

traditional in a fancy casual kind of way

Project Details

Headboard, bedding & drapes – RH Baby & Child
Hemnes Dresser, nightstand and step stool - Ikea
Mirror & decorative pillows – awesome HomeGoods find (on clearance..woo hoo)
Prints above bed – Sugar Fresh, framesPottery Barn Kids
“adeline” lettersPottery Barn Kids
Bookshelf – an older Pottery Barn bookshelf we used to have in our office
End Table Lamp – T.J.Maxx find
Toy basketTarget
closet hardwareJoann Fabrics (hardware for under $2!)

 **bed also has hidden guard rails by Regalo


check out more details on this room on my blog Simply P-Chee

Favorite Items

The wooden molding and all the sentimental elements. . .

Adeline’s chandelier used to be in my room growing up (I bribed my parents into letting me take it). The bunting hanging on the wall was my first attempt on a sewing machine, I made them for Adeline’s “pretty in pink” first birthday party. The canvas prints of Adeline as an infant were a gift from James on my first Mother’s Day. The “PRAY” print below them was created by me as a daily reminder that she is never alone, Philippians 4:6-7 is printed on it.  And that humongous, precious pink puppy is Penelope . . you can read all about her here.


This room was created with a whole lot of love for the first little girl that stole our hearts. And by the way, we had no problems transitioning to “big girl bed” at 2 years of age – she loved it! (but who wouldn’t with the plushest, comfiest bed in the house! :)


Create classic rooms that can grow with your little ones


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    Beautiful job! Congrats on being one of the picks of the week. Please remember to get spread the word and get as many Facebook “likes” as possible by Monday as we finalize the Readers’ Favorite.

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    stunning job. My daughter, aged 7 wants the same room. Can not fit a double bed in her small room. though.

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