Location: Brooklyn, NY
Getting creative with space is something all New York City parents are used to. We hit the jackpot with our first place and our daughter ended up with a big (HUGE) bedroom.
But as the saying goes, all good things must come to an end. We moved into a new apartment with a great location but considerably less space. With only one designated bedroom, we decided to convert our walk-in closet into our daughter's room. Yep, a closet room. Once we took care of the storage space dilemma (with some shelving, a hand-painted vintage armoire, and a couple of under-the-bed storage boxes) the rest came easy.
I wanted her room to be cheery, bright and beautiful - her own little oasis away from the chaos that is the city. It's a place for her to relax and create. Full of colorful patterns, paintings, and all of the art supplies a little girl could ever hope for. Her room may be itty bitty, but oh does it have character.
- Children's Table: IKEA (we added a little chalkboard paint to allow for extra creativity)
- Piano: Etsy
- We Belong in Brooklyn Print: Little Canoe on Etsy
- You Are My Sunshine Print: My Etsy shop - Rose Marie Kitty Lou
Thanks, Emily! Readers, you can see more of Emily by visiting her Etsy shop, Rose Marie Kitty Lou.
• MY ROOM ARCHIVE
• SUBMIT A BABY OR KID'S SPACE
(Image credits: Emily De Nicolais)