Sienna Rose turned 3 this month! It’s time for her big girl room! It is perfect timing since we have our next little one arriving in December, and we need to use her furniture for the new nursery.
It’s safe to say my taste has changed dramatically from when we first moved here! Originally, I loved the “modern farmhouse” style, but now my taste has gravitated towards timeless and traditional. Traditional design emphasizes the little details, authentic materials and layered patterns for an elegant, warm and interesting look!
BEFORE // The Nursery // Neutral Nursery with A Beverly Hills Hotel Twist!
AFTER // The Toddler Room // Traditional Feminine Pink Big Girls Room
The first thing we did was paint the barn door in Revere Pewter by Benjamin Moore and switch the hardware to aged brass. The barn door had an orange stain to it with black hardware which did not pair well with the new soft, calming vision I had for the room.
Next, we added the cutest floral wallpaper over the board and batten accent wall, which really warmed the room up! I used this palette to pull colors for the rest of the room, finding a vintage rug that paired perfectly!
I knew I needed to warm things up against the white walls, and I had my mind set on an upholstered minimally scalloped headboard, but I just could not find the perfect one in the right fabric! Instead, I went with this cane detail bed in the softest wood tone, bringing in the right amount of curvature to the room. Eventually, we’ll probably use this bed frame in the guest room and move the girls into the same room, so I knew the versatility of it made it a great purchase!
Sienna loves all things pink so I chose light pink and mauve patterns from Pottery Barn and Restoration Hardware against aged brass finishes. We completed it with a customized lumbar pillow from Monika Hibbs Home. I brought in layered florals and scallops for a feminine touch.
The last thing on our list was to add a closet for toy & clothes storage. Since the closet space did not have a header beam, I created the closets to be floor to ceiling. Stay tuned for the reveal next week or follow along on instagram for a sneak peek!
Shop the room below!