As I mentioned yesterday, I am working with The Land of Nod to redesign Mazzy and Harlow’s bedroom (see “before” pictures here). Although, it’s important to note, The Land of Nod design services are FREE, so the level of expertise and involvement I experienced is available to anyone who is furnishing their room with Land of Nod products.
I also want to say— this is what can happen when you take a step back and just let a designer do their thing. I told Kim, my personally appointed design specialist, all our issues with the room and what we wanted the new decor to accomplish. I sent her pictures so she could see the current style and know a little bit more about Mazzy and Harlow’s preferences (i.e. Mazzy likes pink and Harlow likes hats). We emailed and spoke over the phone quite a bit, but Kim never saw the room in person.
Are you ready to see the new space??? TA-DA!!!
We’re all thrilled with it, especially the girls who are actually using their room for more than sleeping for the first time.
Let me give you a tour! I’ll talk about the new room in problem/solution— the issues I had with the old room and how Kim addressed them with her redesign.
PROBLEM: LACK OF SPACE
The old room had two beds, one dresser, a storage ottoman and a bookcase, which took up every bit of available wall space, without providing nearly enough storage for all their clothes and toys.
SOLUTION: BUNK BEDS
Bunk beds allowed us to maximize the space by gaining a huge piece of valuable wall real estate, allowing room for two dressers (instead of one), toy bins and desks.
Problem: losing the glider
I used the big cushy glider in the old room for reading bedtime stories with both kids on my lap. It was also the place I would sit (and often fall asleep in) if they ever needed my presence at night. It was a hard piece of furniture to give up.
Solution: Bunk bed with full bed on the bottom
I honestly would never have thought of using the Uptown Twin over Full Bunk if Kim hadn’t. The full bunk gives us all enough space to lie together and read books before bed and has tons of room for me to lie down if they need me at night. Plus, aesthetically, it lets you see more of the beautiful bedding. Practically, it lessens my concern that Harlow will fall out, although we did add a foam bumper to the edge just in case.
Problem: Bunk Beds don’t give my kids their own side of the room to make uniquely their own
As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, I was weary about bunk beds because I believed the girls needed a clear division of personal space. Kim assured me we could create lots of opportunities for them to express their individuality elsewhere.
Solution A: variation in bedding
Kim decorated each bunk with different bedding, pillows, reading lamps and accessories. She included hanging shelves so they could each go to bed with their own book selections. Harlow and Mazzy each got an illustrated pillow (Harlow got a little girl with pigtails and Mazzy got a girl with a pink hair and tiara), which they both fully think are illustrations of themselves.
They are not. They just happen to sell both throw pillows at The Land of Nod.
SOLUTION B: Giving them each their own desk area
Kim split the wall opposite the bunks into a Harlow side and a Mazzy side with each of them getting their own desk and shelves.
The three-tiered desks are hung from the wall, which is a huge space saver, and means you can hang it at any height you like. Originally, Kim had Harlow’s desk hung considerably lower than Mazzy’s, but we had a problem finding a beam in the wall to support it and ended up hanging the desks at the same height. Harlow stands on her chair when she does everything anyway.
I can’t tell you how thrilled the girls were to see these desks. Mazzy was initially jealous of Harlow’s pink chair but then I told her that her chair was crystal (lie) and all was okay. She was very excited to decorate her shelves and immediately got to work. She set up her Frozen dolls, two Amber figurines from Sofia the First (I had no idea how important Amber is to her until she chose to put them on display over all the other princesses) and her wood shop projects. Thank God those are no longer on display in our living room.
Kim also incorporated a few personalized items from their old room to reinforce the designated space— the Harlow bunting over Harlow’s desk and the framed Mazzy poster on Mazzy’s top shelf.
Problem: No space to craft
Every time the girls wanted to draw or do some kind of craft, we would spread out on the dining room table. This meant that crayons, paper, pipe cleaners, craft kits often had no home and would just remain on the table, which drove my husband crazy.
Solution: Paper organizer and a mobile craft cart
We put a “things” bin on Mazzy’s desk which I immediately stocked with crayons, colored pencils, markers, and pens. Harlow will get one when she is a bit older. Next to Mazzy’s desk is an Ikea caddy on wheels (recommended by Kim, even though it’s not Land of Nod) to store craft supplies and paper, that can easily be wheeled out to the dining room table if necessary. We also hung a Take Five Bin next to Mazzy’s desk so she has a place to store the plethora of art work and “VERY IMPORTANT PAPERS” she brings home from school.
Problem: NO Storage space for Toys
I wanted to get the toys out of my living room and into their bedroom, with a system for how things were stored correctly so I could implement clean-up time.
Solution: Stacked toy bins against the side of the bunk bed
One great thing about the bunk bed is that it has a solid wood side, which creates another wall to put furniture against. We stacked two paloozas, one with two bins and one with three. Then I designated each bin for dress-up accessories, princess stuff, Harlow’s plastic and wooden toys, building blocks and instruments. I also used the various wicker bins, both on top of the palooza and on the bookshelf for travel games, matchbox cars, jewelry and hair accessories.
The bottom shelf of the bookcase has a lip that makes it a great space for stuffed animal storage. We then had a family meeting where I told everyone (including Mike) what should be found in each bin. Let “Project Clean-up Time” commence!
Problem: TOO MUCH PRINCESS STUFF
I don’t think it’s a secret that Mazzy and Harlow love princess stuff. Beyond the dress-up clothes, they have a huge collection of dolls, figurines, little shoes, snap-on dresses, etc, etc. etc. In the old room, they were all a huge eye sore, so I would shove them in a plastic bin with a lid.
Solution: PRINCESS Knick Knack Shelf
In addition to dedicating an entire bin to princesses and their accessories in the palooza, Kim also picked the crown gold wall shelf, which is the perfect size for all the miniature figurines and trinkets my girls love so much.
Mazzy screamed, “Well, that is an unexpected and exciting view!” when she saw it. Those were her exact words, I swear. It’s at their eye level, so they both have treated it like a doll house for the last few days. Every time I enter the room, the princesses are arranged differently.
Problem: No space for all their clothes
In the old room, we had one big dresser where we shoved both girls’ clothes. We divided the dresser by child, so pants, shirts and pajamas were all in one drawer. Socks and shoes went under the bed in six tiny bins. It was maddening.
Solution: Two separate Dressers and a trundle
Probably the thing I am most excited about is giving the girls’ each their own dresser. Not only will it give them more space for clothes, it will make it easier for them to find their own clothes and dress themselves as they get older.
Kim put Harlow’s dresser on the left as you walk in and had the genius idea of putting Mazzy’s dresser behind the bunk bed. This means you don’t see a ton of big block-y furniture all together and it gives Mazzy her own private changing area.
We put a trundle under the bed for added storage. With the ladder bolted in for safety, you can pull it out just enough for one long row of shoes. If you unbolt the ladder, we can fill the trundle with off-season clothes, extra linens or personal mementos they don’t need to see every day.
Over Harlow’s dresser, we hung a bunch of adorable fruit hooks that can be used for numerous accessories, like hats and necklaces. One of my favorite moments of the room redesign was telling Harlow the hook was for her jewelry. Later that day, I overheard Mike asking about the hook and Harlow said, “For my necklaces.” Mike repeated, “You are going to hang all of your necklaces on the hook?” And Harlow responded sharply, “THAT’S THE PLAN.”
Lastly, we hung two gray canvas shoe storage hangers on the back of the closet door.
Problem: No overhead lights
Our ceiling is concrete so we have no recessed lighting. The room has always been dim and depends on practical lighting around the room.
Solution: Six sources of light
Kim outfitted the room with four lamps— a table lamp on the palooza, a mixed media desk lamp on Mazzy’s desk, a hemisphere floor lamp between Harlow’s desk and her dresser, and a hanging lamp above Mazzy’s dresser (which will be hung on Monday). She also put a clip-on reading lamp on the side of Mazzy’s bed and a heart nightlight in Harlow’s bunk (that one is back ordered and we are waiting for delivery).
Okay, now that I’ve dealt with all the practical stuff, can we talk for a second about how fabulous everything looks????
I just want to add a few notes about some items that might have been overlooked.
1) The rug.
It’s a color fusion rag rug so you can spill whatever the hell you want on it and nobody will know the difference.
2) The back of the closet doors.
How cool is that?
3) This odd creature in the upper right:
It might be my favorite thing on earth.
In addition to various framed art piece from The Land of Nod, Kim asked me ahead of time if there was any old wall art I wanted to incorporate into her new redesign. The most important was a portrait of me when I was in kindergarten painted by my late grandfather (see above).
I love seeing that it still holds such a special place in Mazzy and Harlow’s room.
For all links to the Land of Nod products in the room including art work, furniture, lighting and accessories, you can find them on Mazzy and Harlow’s Room Redesign board on Pinterest. It also includes paint colors and Kim’s initial drawings and mood boards.
Kim was absolutely fantastic throughout this process, as was Renee who scheduled all the delivery items and the white glove movers who made sure everything arrived in one piece and put together the bunk bed. I can’t thank The Land of Nod enough for giving my girls their dream room!
THEY ARE IN LOVE WITH IT.
In fact, the day we presented them with it, Mazzy ate dinner and then excused herself to go to her room. They have never ever used their room to play in before and now they can’t wait to sit at their desks.
Ahhhhhh… not only do we have a new room for the girls, I HAVE MY LIVING ROOM BACK!!!
Okay. Comments? Questions?
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This post was sponsored by The Land of Nod, but all thoughts, opinions and extreme love for the room are my own.
How is Harlow sleeping in the big girl bed? Do you worry about her and Mazzy falling out? Is Harlow getting out of bed at night to find you guys?
We got the bumper because the toddler railing for the bed was on back order, but it’s totally working and I think Harlow likes it, so we might just stick with it. The railing is pretty high on Mazzy’s bed so I don’t think there is any way she could fall out.
As for Harlow climbing up there, that’s another story. She mastered going up and down the ladder on the first day and doesn’t seem to have any desire to jump off. We’ll see. I’m trying to institute a rule that she can only go up if an adult is in the room.
Lol knock on wood! Btw why do you never show your face?
Do you recall what bumper you bought? I love the look of the bumper more than a rail but there are so many too choose from.
I don’t. But I am sure they are all the same. It’s just a yellow foam bumper.
Love love love it!!! So cool and I def want to try out the land of nod!!
This. Looks. AWESOME! I’ve never used the design service to this extent but I have had them help with little things. I didn’t realize they could or would do a whole room! I love it!!!
Looks GREAT, perfect room for two growing girls! Just wondering, where will Mazzy’s name quilt go(the one that used to hang on the wall)? Will you eventually put it on her bunk? I thought that was the cutest thing!
Kim asked me if I wanted to keep the quilt but one of things I love so much about Land of Nod is their bedding so I wanted to see what she would put together without it. I think we will probably move the quilt to the summer house and make it a main feature in their room there. That room is just blank wall space and beds at the moment. There are lots of possibilities…..
I love the room! Such great design and space savers. I was only sad to see Mazzy’s quilt missing. Will it make a reappearance somewhere?
Look for it in the summer house! I haven’t done anything with their room there yet.
This is really. cool. Both the Land of Nod service and these posts. The new room is so cute! I love hearing about how all the random space/organization issues got solved. When I was little one of my favorite things was rearranging the furniture in my room to make it feel like a whole new space (and a few times, actually redesigning it with my mom). My son is still in the nursery stage but I’m starting to plan ahead for what needs to change when he has more stuff, very inspirational!
What were the # x # dimensions of the unfurnished room?
It’s 14ft 3 1/2″ by 10ft 3″ wide. The air conditioner in the back always complicates things because juts out into the room about a foot and isn’t centered. You can fit a twin bed on the right side of the room, up against the wall in the corner but not the left. Moving the bunk to the middle of the wall and using that back corner for a dresser (sideways) was really inspired
This is amazing. We’re about to put our boys (same ages as Mazzy and Harlow) in a shared room and this gave me tons of great ideas. Land of Nod, any interest in doing this for 2 little boys?? 🙂
It looks so amazing! Sometimes you just need an outside eye to take a look and help out. I also have 2 kids in one room and I just love these ideas.
LOVE this room!! It’s crazy how different it looks from how it was setup before. I was also going to ask about Mazzy’s quilt, it is one of my favorite quilts I’ve ever seen (and my mom quilts, so I’ve seen a lot of them lol)
Okay… will be trying the Land of Nod out this weekend!!! You did prepare them for the MommyShorts effect, right???
I love the transformation! The room looks great, and I would love to use the service, but I hesitate because Land of Nod can be pricey… Did you feel pressured to buy everything new there vs. incorporate more of your existing items? I know you kept a few pieces, but it seems like the vast majority of items are new (which may have been the point for you!). Thanks for sharing!
Well, since this was a sponsored post, I did not pay for the Land of Nod products. But you can tell the design service team whatever you want to keep versus buy new. Someone commented above that they have used the Land of Nod design service team for small items and projects and didn’t realize they could do an entire room. I don’t think it’s an issue!
Hey Alexis – I can vouch for Land of Nod’s awesomeness. We bought a white bed, trundle, dresser, and nightstand from them, and they were worth every penny. It’s all from the Jenny Lind collection. I did a lot of comparison shopping and decided the slight price difference was worth it because of the quality — my other daughter’s furniture is from another store and it’s fine, but not holding up as well as the Land of Nod furniture. There’s so much more LON stuff I want… someday…!
Nod is the best! Love it all.
I kind of want this for MY room! It’s absolutely beautiful and so efficient! This is a bedroom most little girls would adore. Nice job!
Wow this is amazing! I love everything. I want to do this for my girls.I would love to know the dimensions too. Beautiful!
Wow love it! So beautiful and functional!
Peefect. Adorable. Stunning. Awesome. Shall I keep going?!
Love! Love! Love! this room!!! It makes me want to rush home and redesign my daughters’ room! It’s beautiful, fun and just perfect! I had no idea Land of Nod offered free design service. Might have to use that in the future. Also–so happy you have your living room back 🙂
Love!! This is exactly what I need for my 2 girls who also share a small room. Any way to get an estimate on all the furniture? We already have bedding and cute accents, but I’d love a desk for each of them and the shelving and toy bin….
It’s beautiful! And hopefully, totally worth the breakdown that ensued prior to putting it all together… Sometimes we just need a quick moment to fall apart! 🙂
Did you and Mike paint and put it all together according to the drawn up plans, or did the LOD team do it?
Mike and I were in charge of painting and hanging everything but Kim gave very specific instructions with paint colors, measurements of how high everything should be hung, where things should be placed in the room exactly, what art work went where, etc. The dressers were the last to arrive and I was so impressed when they both fit perfectly into their spaces!
I should also mention that it was her idea to do the pink blocks behind each dresser and the funky doors.
How did you decide who would get which bunk? Did the girls weigh in?
It looks beautiful, and very reminiscent of your house design!
Harlow is too young for the top and Mazzy was super excited about it, so that was easy. One other reason I like the full bed on the bottom is because I could see them wanting to switch in a few years. Harlow might want the top when she’s five and Mazzy might crave the larger bed.
What a beautiful transformation!!
It turned out so wonderful! I am so happy for your girls, they look thrilled. I absolutely love the crown/gold wall shelf for the figurines and what a great idea to hang it at a height for both girls. I love Nod for special pieces like this. I am a mid-westerner and am lucky that both my kids have their own spaces. I recently just finished upgrading my preschooler to a big boy bed and rearranging his room for efficiency. Now what to do with all the baby stuff?!?
Their room is amazing!!! We live in an apartment in Dallas, TX and the whole small space I totally get. My sons room is my least favorite because I have so many ideas and not enough room! I might have to check out Land of the Nod and see what they would do! I have seen them do a playroom and now your girls room! Wonder if I can find an awesome boy room to get ideas! Right now his room looks like someone just threw up toys everywhere! Plus we homeschool and I use his room for lessons somewhat too so I would love to find a way to incorporate that in his room!
It looks fantastic! She did a great job optimizing your space.
Omgosh. That rug is Amazing!!! Can I just go ahead and get my entire home covered with it please?!?
This gives me so much hope. I live in a small house in DC and have my 3 kids (4 yr old twins and 22 month old son) in 1 small room. I’ve been trying to design it to be functional and pretty but haven’t had much luck. Your space is so amazing.
Now off to look at that Pinterest board.
the room looks great! love seeing some of the solutions since I think we will always be destined to live in small spaces (I am more of a location vs space girl). I recently bought my girls (4 & 2) storage beds – they each have trundle drawers for their clothes and a shelving system along one long side. Neither of my kids are mature enough for bunk beds and I doubt they would be for several years so these beds were a good solution to reduce our needs for dressers. However, I love seeing the other solutions you have used – the desks are great! I think when we finally buy a house we will definitely implement something like that. I also love the Ikea cart for art supplies in case you want to do a bigger project at the dinning room table together.
Now I can’t wait to see what you do with the Summer house!
Does Mazzy have an issue with Harlow’s bed being bigger than hers? It looks like Harlow has a double and Mazzy has a twin up top. I am in the SAME boat as you with my two girls (who are about the same age as yours) in a shared room. My younger one now refuses to sleep in her bed so I have to figure something out, but I am so attached to their baby furniture (thats another issue.) I would also worry about someone falling off the top! But the room looks GREAT! I will have to mozy on over to Land of Nod!
The room looks great. I was wondering if you could tell me the dimensions of the room. I’m loving the bunk beds and hanging desks, but I’m curious to know how big the room is as I am working with a tiny room.
WOW, what a beautiful room to grow up in.
Beautiful space for beautiful girls! I too am reluctant to give up the recliner in my daughter’s room. I’ve kept her bed as a toddler bed (turned sideways) for space saving measure–do you know how much space a Barbie Dream House takes up! But this gives me hope 🙂
I love this! My girls share a smallish room with bunk beds right now but it feels like everything has just been thrown in there. I love this, great inspiration!
Love the girls’ room! Question – where did you get the adorable Harlow and Mazzy banners?? I was looking for them on the pinterest board and on the Land of Nod and couldn’t find them.
Looks amazing. One suggestion to help with clean up in the toy bins. I organized my 5 year old’s toy bins for each type of toy and then he plays and the clean up means he just throws everything in a bin where it will fit. I learned from a friend to put a picture of the items that belong in that bin…such as a picture of princesses in the princess bin, Car picture on the car bin and so on. It does make a difference but still be prepared for it to be a cluttered mess in no time. I am very impressed with the look of their new room looks very nice.
Wow – I am impressed! I love the layout and color scheme they chose.
Gorgeous! Now we just need an after of the decluttered living room!
Yay! Looks great and thank you for the coupon code! Our toy bins broke this week and I was talking to Land of Nod yesterday and about to order a new one! So excited I can save some money on it!
Wow! It looks amazing. Both spacious and cozy and so inviting. I love the rug — have been looking for something similarly forgiving for a former office we’re turning into a multi-purpose playroom/den/workspace. And I also love the mobile craft cart. We have a little table in our kitchen that I prefer the kids craft at, but they tend to make things there, on the dining table, and in the living room. Would be so handy to have something they could just wheel around (and would maybe cut down on finding crayons in the couch, pens on the floor, and glitter everywhere?!?).
It’s so beautiful, Ilana. You’re giving me some ideas for my older daughter’s room. It’s very small and we are not using the space efficiently. Great reveal!!!
LOVE the transformation! Great use of space and it gives both girls’ personalities room to shine! (And Harlow looks so cute on that big bed!)
I am amazed by this.
Can you add in some pix of the trundle? I’m having a hard time envisioning it. Also, LOVE that she recommended items that weren’t from the Land of Nod!
Here’s a link to the trundle: http://www.landofnod.com/simple-trundle-bed-white/f5261
It’s shown under a single bed but it fits exactly the same way under the bunk bed. You can put a mattress in there or use it for storage.
My son is getting to the age were he will soon be growing out of his nursery. I think I might use Land of Nod to do his big boy room because this room is just gorgeous.Can’t wait to see what happens in the summer house.
I went to LON earlier today and have already gotten a response back! Oh My!!! Love it!!! I can’t wait to see what kinds of ideas they come up for me. I was very upfront about being on a super tight budget and they’ve assured me that we can even do something in stages… so I’ll let you know how that goes! 🙂 And our room will be for boys Mazzy and Harlow’s ages!
Wow, Wow, Wow! I want to come live there!! I made the mistake of buying a queen size bed for my daughter and between that and the dressers, bookshelf, desk….the room that is really big, is too small to use.
What a great job on the room and congratulations on getting your space back!
Beautiful! I love all the space-saving ideas. We will be moving soon and our girls (4.5 yrs and 2 yrs) will share a room while we finish the basement. I’m going to look into the Land of Nod design services for sure!
I love this!!! I’m thinking of re-doing my girls room later this summer or fall (4.5 and 1.5 years old, so the youngest is still in her crib). We have a 2-bedroom in Queens–but still have space and storage issues. It’s a 1920s building, so we don’t have many outlets, but we do have lots of windows, and huge radiators to work around. I wonder if the design team could help us, although I’d need to save up for LON furniture. We have some curtains from them, though, that we all love.
It looks fabulous! I love it. As I’m sure the girls do too! It gives me so many ideas on what to do for my girls room, especially now that my 2 year old is moving to a big girl bed. The desk idea is genius. How great that they have their own space to color and play, and decorate however they want. And I adore Mazzy’s reaction to seeing the small shelves. That’s another great idea. We have so many little princesses and accessories. They end up getting lost in the bins (and everywhere else!)
Also I love Land of Nod! I spend way too much time in there when we go shopping.
Thanks so much for sharing with us and enjoy the newly redesigned space! I know it’s for the girls but it less stressful for you too, now that there’s room for everything.
Thanks for all the inspiration for my 2 little girls’ room in the future! I love how it is feminine but not too over the top girly and predictable. I am a huge pink fan but don’t want to have the overwhelming pink everything in their room. I need to find out how I can get a few of these items in Canada. Fav item is Harlow’s bedding!
I know you said that the whole redo wad sponsored, but do you have an idea what it would have cost if it hadn’t been sponsored?
It would take a while to calculate all of that out! But, for reference, I was interested in the bunk bed and the (attached to wall) desk things. For the bunk bed (no mattresses) and the 2 desks, you’re looking at $ 2300. That is not in my price range, but this is definitely a good post to get ideas.
My sons have more of an age separation, so we are not ready for bunk beds, but the IKEA Stuva loft bed is something we are looking at for the older child.
This room design is so beautiful! It’s an amazing transformation! Now I know where to get ideas from when we have to design a shared room!
It looks great! Can you add a link or tell me what kind of foam bumper you used for Harlow’s bed? We’ve been looking for one for our little girl and haven’t managed to find one that works for us. Thank you!
What a magical space!! I love all their products and order stuff form them time to time but I would be interested in what this room would cost for a family whose mom isn’t a blogger. My guess is that is is completely out of range for most working parents. When our daughter graduated to a big girl’s bed, we bought antique furniture, striped and painted it ourselves for a total of $100 which is about what we could afford. I remember looking at Land Of Nod’s Jenny Lind collection (which is what I wanted for her) and thought who in the world can afford this??
it looks so amazing!!! We live in Dallas with tons of space and just keep accumulating stuff so the creative use of minimal space really impresses me.
I have to ask – how has it been making Mazzy’s top bunk bed? To me that is always the most daunting part of bunk beds. Pulling sheets tight while standing on a ladder seems kind of impossible!
I love, love, love Mazzy’s reaction to the princess display. What a precocious girl!
and another question- what is that wrap that Mazzy wears on her head after the shower? And does it help? my girls have very thick and easily tangled hair as well
This looks incredible, I am inspired! Our clutter issues are more living room based – I was thinking of hiring some kind of personal organizer to help us arrange things. Is there anyone you can recommend who’s good with babyproofing as well?
So how are you going to (re)decorate your newly reclaimed living room?! 🙂
This is amazing! As a fellow New Yorker I am so inspired by this! We only have one kid, but he’s taken over the whole darn apartment.
Simply gorgeous! I love every inch of it.
I and my brother slept in a bunk bed growing up. We also got a bunk bed for our two kids to keep them in the same room when they were younger. Our set had stairs with drawers instead of a ladder. Two birds with one stone: less worry about going up and down (especially for night time bathroom visits) and utilize the drawers to store socks, underwear etc. It has a big under bed drawer where we keep their bed sheets and pajamas. Beds can be used separately as twin beds when they grow up and have their own rooms. We hope to use these beds until they move out 😉
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I love this redesign and would love to do something similar for my almost 3 year old daughter’s room. Can I ask how you’re feeling about it all now, nearly a year later? Anything you would have done differently? Are the girls still loving their desks, etc?
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I still love this so much. My girls will most likely be sharing a room in our next home and I am going to use this as my design inspiration.
Hi! Thank you so much for sharing your story! Your girls room is amazing! How is it over a year now with the redesign? I’m debating between a twin bunk and a twin over full bunk as my girls share a twin bed now but it’s time for that to end…do you have any qualms with the full size?
Very informative article. I highly suggest you check out this 5 Design Tricks on How to Make Small Bedrooms Look Spacious. With a few straightforward and practical design changes, you can create extra space or at least an illusion of it in your smaller living space.
So cute! So what do you store in their closet? More clothes and toys? Do you have a closet organizer?
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Do you have the dimensions of the wall desk shelves? I am in love but they are out of stock 🙁 wondering if I can find something similar??
How big is that room!! Me and my twin have chared a room with bunk beds and one dresser our whole live we teenagers now and there is no room there is barely room to walk much less privacy or personal space/storage we have tried thousands of way to get more space and privacy but it impossible how the heck can you fit two desks two dressers and two beds a bookshelf and still have room to walk. that room must be HUGE! I Beg for help.
This is such an amazing design for the space! I’m recently separated and getting ready to sell our lovely large family home and move into, possibly, a 2bdr with my two kiddos. I really appreciate this post for inspiration.
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Beautiful room! Could you please tell me where I could buy the little box with a handle and with daisy and butterfly on it? I think it is on Mazzy’s desk. I would like to buy one for my daughter. Thanks.