1.13.2010

Fit for a Princess






As soon as I saw this room over on the Tracery Interiors blog I knew I would have to ask if I could repost it on my blog. Although this room is meant to be for a little girl I know if my little Ellie or I had it we would be equally as happy. Their children rooms air more on the sophisticated side and that is what I love. I personally love a room that can grow with a child and the only changes that need to be made is the toys of choice. The first two images are of a large hallway at the top of the stair's and is used as a playroom. I am so borrowing the peg idea to hang all of Ellie's little princess dresses. Doug and Paige did a fabulous job on this home to see the other daughter's bedroom and to get more information on this room be sure to go here.

30 comments:

Cassie said...

Oh Paula - this is definitely one of those 'print off and file away' posts - I wholeheartedly agree - isn't that bed just the most adorable thing ever! Wow gorgeous xx

Lavender and Lilies said...

I love this room. I will definitely be filing this away. So cute.

Deb Di Maggio said...

If I were single I'd have this as my room. It's lovely and a great choice of colours.

Melissa said...

I. Love. It. I am not a princess, nor or my sons, but that doesn't mean we don't want this room!

bluehydrangea said...

How perfect! and those pegs to hang dress up clothes...perfect!!!

Blueprint Bliss said...

I love this room and have saved it in my 'one day' file!

Geezees Custom Canvas Art said...

It's beautiful...love the way they hung the dresses up...so girly!!

Staley Mc said...

How cute! I love that bulletin board!

Federica said...

How lovely!

Design Esquire said...

I had the same reaction to these photos - just breathtaking. I filed these away in my inspiration file!

abigail said...

every little (or not so little) girl should have a room like that. gorgeous!

Joyce said...

WOW she is one very lucky princess! I love the room even for me. Thanks for sharing. xo

Londen @ Sixty-Fifth Avenue said...

This is a gorgeous room. I love the chalkboard wall and that molding!

Living It At Home said...

I love, love, love this room! Especially that bed!

~jamilyn

Things That Inspire said...

I loved this post by Tracery Interiors - as the mother to girls who will be getting new rooms next year, it was very inspirational!

Great to find your blog through Tracery's link to you on Facebook.

Laura Trevey said...

the pink piano is priceless!!

sarah said...

LOVE..off to check them out! xo

Haven and Home said...

There work is amazing!!!! I LOVE this room!

The Neo-Traditionalist said...

Darling!!! I love the girlishness of the floral euro shams on the bed contrasted with the black chalkboard wall. Thanks for sharing Paula!
XX Kate

CaraBella said...

Even though I'm approaching 30, I still dream of being a princess :) -- love these!

Michelle Parks McCourt said...

Adorable. I just did a post on my inspiration for our nursery.

The Southern Lady said...

There's nothing I don't love. The sophisticated dove grey with the soft pink, the french pieces, the dark floors...I need to have another little girl-eldest would never let me do something so utterly feminine for her.

Ms. Bright said...

It's perfect, isn't it? Those dressmaker details, oh my!

Jennifer said...

this is so darling! Momma would be jealous if this were my daughter's room!

Estelle said...

Love the hanging princess dresses and the gilded frame painted pink. Think I may be borrowing that idea soon.

carlee said...

I would have been so thrilled as a child to have this room. It's gorgeous. I love their work.

Blair said...

Oh so adorable! I cannot wait to design a kids room!

Hanako66 said...

oh it's just gorgeous!

Melissa said...

Lovely little girl's room. What a lucky girl, bet she feels like a princess!!

pennyrounds said...

I'm not a pink girl, but that is THE perfect color pink for a little girls room!