Name: Jane Age: 8 (she's Charlie's twin) Location: Los Angeles, CA Room Size: 15' x 15' When Jane moved into her brother's room (her brothers now share a room), she wanted to have a say about decorating her new bedroom. Interior designer, Kristin Panitch, helped her realize her dream space. The chalkboard wall was left over from when it was her brother's room. Like many girls, she wanted light pink walls and all the artwork in her room is her own.
Enter Jane's RoomChalkboard walls are great for kid's rooms, but the chalk dust can create quite a mess. From your experience, what are tips for keeping the room clean and free from dusty furniture and floors? Not a problem. We use dustless chalk and it never seems to be a mess. I was concerned about that too, but it has never been an issue. A wet rag wipes the wall and ledge clean. What are your dream resources for a girl's bedroom? Cotton rugs from Dash & Albert, Liberty of London Fabrics, Maine Cottage Furniture, Lost & Found in LA... Sources: Most of the furnishings are built-ins, vintage pieces or custom designs. Here is the info on the paint colors:
- Walls - Ralph Lauren GH-139 Honey Suckle Hedge
- Ceilings - Swiss Coffee Flat
- Trim Bookcases - 1014 Chelsey Red Gloss Oil
Thanks Jane! (Images: Bethany Nauert) • SUBMIT A BABY OR KID'S SPACE