Name: Elsa (3)
Location: United States
I am one of those annoying people who didn’t find out the gender of my children ahead of time. When I became pregnant with my second, I didn’t have much work to do because the nursery was already neutral. I did however need to start planning for a big girl room for my oldest daughter who would soon be evicted from the nursery.
I initially found the floral throw pillows at one of my favorite local shops. I was instantly obsessed and the color story was set (I have a tendency to design an entire room around a pillow). I love the coral, turquoise and taupe color combo and knew this could be a room she would not outgrow quickly, as long as I kept it sophisticated, yet fun.
I also have a love of flamingos and all things vintage. The bed belonged to my grandmother as a child and was mine growing up, which has extra special meaning to me. With a few repairs and some fresh paint it was the perfect centerpiece. I was also able use a few other family treasures like the dollhouse my father built when I was a kid and the framed fashion drawings done by my grandmother in the 1920s.
- bed: vintage (similar at land of Nod)
- desk: vintage (similar at RH Baby & Child)
- chair: vintage (similar at Land of Nod)
- armoire: Bratt Decor
- bedding, pillow shams and coverlet: Matouk
- dresser: vintage (similar at West Elm)
- throw pillows: Ryan Studio
- flamingo prints: Society 6
- frames: Pottery Barn
- lamps: Jonathan Adler JCP
- mirror: similar at Restoration Hardware
- curtains with added pom trim: PB Kids
- curtain rods: Pottery Barn
- light: PBKids
- storage carts: Serena & Lily
- giraffe: Melissa and Doug
- sheep skin throws: Home Goods
Thanks, Lindsey! Readers, visit Lindsey at Drape + Dapper.