May 18, 2011

"i can't even remember what it looked like before"

So says Anna, one of the two lucky sisters who got a new room yesterday. Sarah and Anna, of the competing blue and pink color preferences, share a bedroom, and they're super excited (phew!) about their new digs.




There's still plenty to do, and I'll give you all the complete rundown on the design when it's final, but I couldn't resist the sneak peek. And in case you want to know what it looked like before...



9 comments:

Rene said...

How cute are they??? This room is adorable and I cannot wait to see the rest. Must have been so much fun for you.

Karen@StrictlySimpleStyle said...

That is a seriously amazing mirror. I can only imagine how excited the girls must be to have a more sophisticated room-wish you had been around when my mom was decorating my sisters' and my bedroom, it was a pink, little girly nightmare.

Carrie @ Hazardous Design said...

Lucky girls indeed! I would have killed for a room like this as a tween. The black wall is genius!
(and yes, I totally needed your help. Just wait until you see my room. I have a whole list of things I need your opinion on, but I'll wait until you see the room in person before I overwhelm you :) )

The Vintique Object said...

Goodness, that was fast! I bet they are in heaven! It looks so pulled together and sophisticated, not little girl. A bittersweet moment for their mom, I'm sure.

Camille

Fran said...

So adorable, Casey. I love the dark accent wall - so unexpected but it really makes the room. Great work!! Oh, and thank your kind comment today - very thoughtful!

Project Shannon said...

I love how you framed the bunk bed with the curtain - it makes it look like a large build-in system. Nice thinking!

Jesse said...

Do you make those window shades? Or did you have them done somewhere? I need a solution for my 100-year-old house with odd-sized windows (and my pitifully small budget).

casey at loft and cottage said...

Jesse, I was going to write a post about this soon--I had the shade made by my sponsor Windows by Melissa. She does meticulous work and is a pleasure to do business with. You can click the link/image to her Etsy shop on the upper right of this page. Good luck! P.S. Would love to hear more about your 100-year-old house!

Erica @ Decorica said...

Those girls are so cute! Can't wait to see more of the room.

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