Girl’s Rooms

Since my home office is finally coming to a finish, I have mentally moved onto another project – my daughters room.  Now let me tell you designing for an 8 year old is proving to be a challenge – especially when she is the artsy, fancy free, drama queen kind.  After sorting through the entire rainbow of colors – she decided on Coral.  It “HAS” to be coral Mom – not pink, not orange but coral.  So my quest over the past few weeks has been to hunt down coral fabric.  After many “no’s”, “nope” and “uh-uhs” I showed her this:

Schumacher-Trina Turk Trellis

I dare not tell her the color-way of this fabric is called Watermelon, because in her mind, it’s the perfect coral.  So now we have our inspiration fabric and I plan on using this on an upholstered headboard.  We will also be adding turquoise and maybe a touch of yellow.

I thought I would share some more inspiration photos of little girl’s rooms I have found.  


3 thoughts on “Girl’s Rooms”

  1. Jessie says:

    Love all your gorgeous inspirations, Amanda! I am sure your daughter’s room will turned out beautifully. Looking forward to see the completed project!

    P/S: Come by and enter my giveaway for chance to win a stylish book by Kerrie Hess! Today is the last day to enter. :)


  2. Shannon says:

    I have a very opinionated 11 year old and I recenty re decorated her her room for her, so I feel your pain. These girls know what they like. I love the fabric she picked. At least she has great taste. I blogged about your office dresser it looks so beautiful!

  3. elizabeth@themustardceiling says:

    Gorgeous inspirations today Amanda!

    I know your daughter’s room will turn out beautiful, I love your “watermelon” fabric.

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