The grandmother of the twins that were born a few months ago needed a room of her own for the girls to come and stay. And just like the girl's room at their house, this room needed to sleep not just the twins but their big, 3-year-old sister too.
My sister (who is the best assistant) and I went over yesterday to put up the artwork and bring in some accessories. I forgot to have my sister bring her camera which we could have really used since the lighting was tricky (a beautiful morning sun - but had to shoot right into it - yikes!). My little camera tried it's hardest ... and photographer I am not, but I think the room is cute enough that you will see through the not-so-great photos...
We used Sharon Montrose's animal prints and I was told the giraffe was the three-year-old's favorite.
The window treatments were already in the room and the full sized bed already had a color scheme (the quilt and the bedskirt) and that made an easy jumping off point. I added the rug and the wall color (Benjamin Moore's Fairest Pink), the white duvet cover and shams to brighten up the bed and the crib bedding from Serena and Lily tied it all together.
The nightstand was from ZGallerie and the accessories were from HomeGoods and Target.
I cannot resist a bla bla doll ...
What lucky little girls to get to spend the night at Grandma's house in a room like this!
I used that same Serena and Lily nursery bedding in my delicious granddaughter, Ella's room. Love how you combined it with the "big girl bed".
What a cute room...it looks great! Boy, could you imagine two at one time....
Lucky girls indeed! At one time many moons ago I had twin babies and a 3 year-old and I can tell you I would have loved a room like this for them. So adorable.
Oh my goodness...adorable! I love the pink and spring green...all the little details that make it so special...I'm not sure who is the luckiest...the little girls, the parent or the grandparents. How lovely in every way!
what a beautiful room! What lovely colors, love the green and pink. Just right to make 3 little ones happy and comfy!
Sherri! What a beautiful room. I've been studying the photos because I just love every detail. Great work!
I bet they don't want to leave.
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