Yep. That is my girl Stacy's design and actual home. I told you! The girl has got the moves. In Design World that is. She might also have the moves like Jagger. I am not quite sure. What I am sure of, is Stacy's unbelievable talent and timeless spaces. I cannot wait for her to share her daughter's special space with you. Go Stacy!
Hello Sadie & Stella readers! I am Stacy from Conspicuous Style, and I am so happy to be a part of this Favorite Room Feature series. It's a true honor being here, and I want to thank Lindsay so much for asking me.
Today I want to show you my seven year old daughter's room. When we first moved into this house 9 years ago, we were trying for a baby. I painted the yellow stripes, not knowing if we'd have a boy or a girl. After finding out we were in fact expecting a girl, I added the blue flower border. It was made out of pre-cut wood flower shapes from Michael's that I put up with glue dots. I remember painting all of those flowers -- about 200 of them -- with my then 4 year old son to get ready for out baby girl. I then painted the vines in between to connect them. And I absolutely loved this room:
But when my little princess was 5, like so many girls her age, she absolutely had to have a pink room. I was against it, but wanted to give her what she wanted. So we went through lots of changes and stages trying to get it right.
I had the walls hot pink and green at one point:
And striped at another (and the bed moved to several different locations):
And different stripes at another (yes, if you haven't figured it out already, I'm crazy, and will paint over and over until I get it just right):
But finally ended up at the palest blue:
I also scored the find of a lifetime at our "Swap Shop" at the dump, getting this desk for free:
And changing the hardware and painting it hot pink:
I also made this bed canopy out of two 84" panels from Bed Bath & Beyond. It is simply two panels sewn back to back and put up with thumbtacks (yes, you heard me right!):I made the lamp by detaching the tops of these flowers from their stems and gluing them onto the shade:
And here it is, the cheeriest and most certainly the girliest room in our house:
I still need to cover the seat to her desk chair, which I had forgotten about but noticed in this photo!
Thank you SO much again for having me here today,