{home & garden} tiny oranges design reveal #2

So a few weeks ago I shared these BEFORE shots from 3 of the bedrooms of the fabulous {Tiny Oranges} home headquarters.  Then last week we shared the first of the room reveals for her 3 year old little girl.

This week it’s all about the Pink Palace as Jen’s 6 year old daughter has re-named her room.  Check out Jen’s post today for lots of before and after shots. As well as what Jen’s wishes for her daughter’s room were.

We had some similar requirements with toy storage, space for imaginary play, photos of friends and family, a love for dry erase board art, lots of headband storage, a MASSIVE Barbie dream house, and a love affair with pink.  Jen’s daughter loves the girlie things in life so we knew that was the direction this room would take.

Jen and her husband both also really wanted a bed with storage for their daughter.  They had been seriously considering a bed with under bed storage either with drawers, or cubbies & baskets, and were willing to make more of an investment for the long term. But one of the responsibilities I feel is to give a client options. I loved the bed they were considering, but also knew that is was an investment.  The option I gave was to use the same bed frame we used for their 3 year old’s room, but leave the under bed exposed and use basket suitcases instead.  The first option would be about $800, the second option was $175.  So a no brainer to me! That gave us a WHOLE lot more money to get these rooms completed.

Just like last week’s reveal both HERE and on TINY ORANGES, here’s the source list for this room.  Be sure to check out Jen’s BEFORE pics for this room on Tiny Oranges today too:


  • Bed Frame ~ LEIRVIK, Ikea {$99 for a Queen!!!}
  • Sheets ~ Client purchased
  • Pink Body Pillow ~ Fabric/Joann’s, Form/Target, Fabrication/Custom Workroom
  • White Bedspread & 3 Euro Shames ~ ALINA, Ikea (2 came with set, third came with the set for Jen’s 3yo’s room).
  • Bolster Pillow ~ EMMIE RUND, Ikea
  • Pink Throw ~ Ikea
  • Monogramming – Ann Pyke
  • Boxspring Cover ~ RENATE FLORA, Ikea (Queen Duvet set.  Pillowcases on the bed, duvet tucked over the boxspring)
  • Suitcase Baskets – TJ Maxx
  • Window Treatment Dot Curtains – GRONSKA PRICKAR, Ikea
  • Window Treatment Sheers ~ MATILDA, Ikea (Existing Black out Rollers hidden behind sheers.)
  • Window Treatment Rod, Finials, Brackets ~ Ikea
  • Lamp & Shade ~ Target
  • “E” print ~ Existing (and worked perfectly with the girly room!)
  • Bedside Dresser ~ MALM Drawers with glass top. Added “crystal” knobs from Target.
  • You Are My Sunshine print ~ Client purchased from Etsy (Source in Jen’s post today) / Frame, Aaron Bros 1 cent sale
  • Rug ~ Pink shag, Overstock

Accessory Wall:

  • Storage cubbies ~ EXPEDIT, Ikea
  • Cubbie Boxes ~ DRONA, Ikea
  • Dryerase board ~ KLUDD, Ikea
  • Shelves ~ High gloss shelves, Ikea
  • Brackets ~ EKBY K+NNA
  • Dress-up Box ~ Existing
  • “I love you to the moon and back” ~ Client purchased from Etsy
  • Clock ~ Target
  • Bulletin Board ~ DIYed, white frame, Joann fabric & ribbon, cork board sheet, mini clothes pin clips
  • Towel ~ Ikea

Closet Wall:

  • Vanity Desk ~ HEMNES, Ikea (with a glass top we were able to display lots of friend photos)
  • “Crystal knobs” on drawers ~ Target
  • “Pink Crystal” hooks ~ removed from an existing coat rack & re-used on the desk
  • Beads and Containers ~ Existing
  • Frames ~ Aaron Bros 1 cent sale
  • Vanity Stool ~ INGOLF, Ikea
  • Vanity Stool Cushion ~ Joann’s Fabric & custom workroom

Closet Wall:

  • Laundry Bags ~ Pillowcases made into laundry bags with Joann’s Fabric trim, and hooks for the wall. Jen had them monogrammed “Lights” and “Darks” for the kids to help sort their own laundry. Darling idea!!
  • Barbie Dream House ended up closet bound! I love using a closet super efficiently so you can have a “surprise” play area for your kids, but that you can also close when you want something out of site.

I can’t tell you how much fun doing these rooms for these sweet girls was :-)

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