23 August 2014

Grace's pretty pastel girl's bedroom

I don't know about you, but my girls are just drawn to pastel colours, pinks and yellows. I promise it's not forced on them - I'm always presenting them with cool grey, black, monotone and darker colours - but they just can't get enough of a candy-sweet palette. (also, they would have floral everything - yikes!)

Tara Chadwick's daughter also loves softer colours and this Mum has done an amazing job of curating a room full of lovely girly touches without being cloying. The pastel palette with bright yellow against a white/neutral background is a real winner. Tara kindly shares some of her advice on creating a lovely room just like this.

Room: Grace
Age: 6 years old
Designed by: Tara Chadwick (Grace's Mum)
Location: Bannockburn, VIC

Bed frame: Capt'n Snooze
Yellow throw: Adairs
Grey cushion: Cotton On Kids
Pom pom garland: Seed Heritage
Cardboard deer headTypo
House-shape box shelves: made by Tara (contact Tara on Instagram or by email for ordering details)
Ice cream lamp: Leo and Bella
Cloud pillow: Cotton On Kids

Dream catcher wall decal: Love Mae
Cardboard gemkikki.K
Yellow and Pink prints: Typo manila folder cut to use as artwork
Throw glitter print: Laura Blythman
Plant pot: Zin and Bert
Pom pomSeed Heritage
Wall hanging dots: IKEA
Poly clay necklace: made by Tara (contact Tara on Instagram or by email for ordering details)
Tassle necklace: Home In The Hamptons
Yellow dot storage bin: Cotton On Kids

Triangle Wall DecalsWall Effect

If money/time/space was no object, what would you love to include in this room?
I would love to have a whole section of the room a lounging library full of beautiful kids books and lovely throws and day bed to relax and read (we have a small scale one).

What is your daughter's favourite part of the room?
Gracie's favorite part of her room is the wall covered in aqua triangles from Wall Effect and hanging art some bought some we created and her desk were she loves to be creative.

Any tips or tricks that you can share for making a sweet girl's room?
My tips for creating a sweet room is have fun, and remember you don't have to spend a fortune to give a room style, be creative and use every day objects as art, make a room feel relaxing, yet fun and use plenty of colour - kids love colour!!

Thank you so much Tara for sharing Grace's room. I can't wait to see your son's room! For more great real Australian kids' rooms, head to this page on Bondville for heaps of gorgeous inspiration.

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Images: Tara Chadwick

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