For Jessica’s room I wanted to focus on brightness and allowing the sun to shine in on her space. I am always a fan of white walls so I knew I could add pops of color here and there. I also wanted her room to be versatile so it could grow with her as she became older. I kept this in mind while purchasing items such as curtains, duvets, rugs and art.
While we still have the hardwood floor to put down, I’m happy with how her little room came together. To save space and give a feeling of openness I turned her walk-in closet into a play area. It’s a great place to tuck herself away and get lost in her own world of imagination. A simple kitchen set becomes a restaurant and a rack of shoes a street side boutique. This is exactly what I had in mind when planning this room. A whimsical space where the creative mind can let go. A place to play. A place to create.
Liz // Yellow Finch
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