Romane’s Playful and Patterned Room Fits a Lot of Fun in Just 85 Square Feet

published Feb 3, 2016
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(Image credit: Lauren Kolyn)

Name: Romane, 7.5 years old
Location: Notre-Dame-de-Grâce; Montreal, Canada

Following a renovation of the entire home last year, which included the removal of a wall between the living room and (now) dining room, Marie-Claude moved her daughter’s room into what was the rarely used office.

(Image credit: Lauren Kolyn)

We saw Romane’s Romane’s first bedroom over four years ago, and it has been fun to follow along as her space matures with her. In a home that is constantly evolving, it’s no surprise to see a few additional updates to 7-and-a-half-year old Romane’s new bedroom (featured here last June).

Romane’s current bedroom reflects her love for patterns and the colors blue and green as well as her growing mind and curiosity for the world. She has a desk for homework and crafts and is surrounded by world maps and her favorite books.

Source List:

  • Paint: Benjamin Moore Ivory White
  • Loft bed: IKEA Stuva
  • Bedding: two Tommy Hilfiger sheets found on sale at HomeSense and sewn together
  • Extra pillow: sewn from fabric Romane chose on Fabric Spot
  • Desk: IKEA
  • Bookcase: IKEA
  • Curtains: sewn from fabric Romane chose on Fabric Spot
  • Armoire: IKEA
  • Lighted forest on windowsill: Zone
  • Animals in the forest: HomeSense
  • Pendant light: Zone
  • Table lamp: IKEA
  • Striped rug: HomeSense
  • Cloud shelf: Cirrus, bought on clearance and covered with wrapping paper as it was too white
  • Metal picture frames: HomeSense
  • Hooks with numbers on them: HomeSense
  • Lamp on cloud shelf: IKEA
  • String of lights: Zone
  • String of hearts: Folklore 1
  • Magnetic puzzle world map: Janod
  • Scratch-off world map: Amazon
  • Chest of drawers: given by Marie-Claude’s parents

Thanks, Romane & Marie-Claude!