Candice Olson's Princess-Perfect Little Girl's Room
See how to design a little girl's bedroom that is as enchanting as it is practical.
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Seven-year-old Charlotte is a fantasy writer in the making. Her wonderful imagination has been fueled by her mother Christine’s romantic stories of faraway places and her dad Norbert’s many creations, including a castle downstairs where Charlotte and her brother, Adrian, can play.
But Charlotte longed for a space that would be all her own for dreaming and writing her “happily ever after” stories. Charlotte couldn’t even imagine herself as the princess she’d like to become in her sparsely furnished bedroom with hand-me-down furniture, poor lighting and windows that cause the room to be too cold in the winter and too hot in the summer. How could she possibly create in a space so lacking imagination?
Christine and Norbert wanted their daughter to have a bright and inspiring space to enjoy so they asked me to play fairy godmother and create a princess-perfect space for Charlotte to play, sleep, imagine and do her homework! So I waved my magic design wand to make the perfect room for her.
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