I’m so incredibly excited to share this room with you today!!!
This post is sponsored by Spoonflower. They have an INCREDIBLE selection of wallpaper (both traditional and peel and stick), home goods like pillows and cloth napkins, and even bedding and curtains! One super unique part of the Spoonflower shopping experience is that sellers will often customize patterns or scale for you, and every purchase supports an independent artist. For example, I fell in love with this pattern for Nova’s bedroom, but I wanted to tweak it with more orange and pink to match some items I already had picked out (like her hot pink sconces). The seller was able to do that super quickly and the resulting wallpaper felt totally custom (although you can also now shop for it here).
Hello, beautiful! I am SO obsessed with how all the colors, textures and patterns mix together in this space.
OK … so let’s start at the beginning. This room has a lot of layers.
We used Prepasted Removable Smooth Wallpaper. Collin installed it and he says that it’s easier to work with than peel and stick because it does not stick to itself and has more flexibility to adjust it as it’s going on the wall (sometimes with peel and sticks you only have one chance to get the pattern just right). So, if you are already comfortable with installing a peel and stick, we recommend Prepasted Removable as an even better option.
We’ve used it another time in the past and did remove it and it removes SUPER easily—it’s a dream. It comes off in big pieces super quickly just by wetting it down.
One of the big DIY elements we did are the built-in shelves. We are going to go more into how to build those in a separate post, but we are really proud of the adjusted molding that makes them look like they have always been there as a part of the home. We also mounted some pink sconces from Etsy on the insides of the shelves and that is the super magical stuff for our 5-year-old girl.
We also made this vintage-inspired kiddo vanity with a light up mirror. It will be its own DIY post as well, but it was the first thing we created for this home and we’re super proud of how it turned out.
I’m so, so thrilled with how the wallpaper ties everything in this room together!
We used matching linens from Spoonflower and they are just so magical (all of their home decor is sewn in the USA)l!!! I love going with a strong theme and a lot of color in a kiddo room. Our daughter is smitten with how the space turned out and it’s been a popular play spot recently as well.
Source list: Prepasted Removable Smooth Wallpaper/Spoonflower, Floral Illustrated Sunny ’70s Queen Sheet Set/ Spoonflower, Euro Pillow Shams/Spoonflower, Retro Bolster Pillow/Spoonflower, Popcorn Coverlet/Schoolhouse Electric, Blackout Blinds/blinds.com, Bed Frame/Urban Outfitters, Campaign Dresser/Crate & Kids, Chandelier/Lucent Lightshop, Pink Sconces/Etsy. Thank you so much for reading! I know there are a lot of toys and small objects in these photos, so if you have other questions, just ask me in the comments!! 🙂
Thank you so much to Spoonflower for sponsoring this post—their wallpaper selection is out of this world. Just for fun, before we go, I will link to some of their other patterns that would make amazing bedrooms. If you like retro, really anything from More Candy Shop or Kate Gabrielle. I also love Peacoquette Designs. This bunny pattern is too cute and this colorful moth pattern is super fun. Have fun browsing!
Credits//Author: Elsie Larson. Project Assistant: Collin DuPree. Photography: Amber Kelly. Photos edited with A Color Story Desktop.