Client Me Myself And I Can’t Make Up My Mind // Gwyneth’s Room Pt. 7

Designing a room for a tween is a big deal. This is the room where my no-so-baby-Gwynnie will spend countless hours chatting on the phone with her girlfriends, doing sleepovers, and she will always remember this room as a place she did. souvenirs. So I decided to let G take the reins and make all the big decisions about exactly what she wanted for herself at eleven !! My mom let me do the same when I was only six, and I remember every decision I made, so I had to pass the tradition on. I have to say my G has quite the eye and I couldn’t be prouder of all her choices !!

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The biggest difference in this room from the rest of the house is pretty obvious – the wallpaper! Gwynnie chose this really cool blue and gray watercolor cloud wallpaper from Anewall Wallpaper which is such a ATMOSPHERE and just plain cool. She wanted her bedroom to be colorful and filled with patterns, but not too girly or too white and bright. So we layered the most gorgeous and subtly patterned curtains from our friends at Filling Spaces, which, against the moody wallpaper, was the perfect combination. She chose the Penny bed with the foam headboard, all the cool vintage pieces, and the Tera chair where she hits it before bed – all the pieces I’m proud to say … yes, that is. definitely my child with good taste !!!

And in G’s bathroom… well, it’s all time favorite little bathroom. We chose a fun herringbone pattern for the shower tile and brick floor, chose panels around the entire perimeter to add even more interest, and a super cool custom shower door. Add a vintage mirror, sconces and plumbing from Waterworks… and like I said, it all adds up to be my favorite little bathroom.

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Scroll down to see G’s bedroom and you know it…. Buy the look !!!

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Painting details
Gwynnie’s bedroom

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