Our Daughter’s Bedroom

Hi friends! We just cleaned out and organized Our Daughter’s bedroom in preparation for her Snow White inspired room makeover. I absolutely cannot wait for the vintage wallpaper I found online to arrive!

I thought I’d share the space as it is now because it really is a darling room! I’ll also take you all along on the Snow White transformation journey too!

I’ll link to as much as I can from her room at the bottom of the post.

Let’s dive in!

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Whimsical Pink Girls Bedroom

Our Daughter requested a “top bunk” for her 4th birthday and we went with this loft style bed that can be configured multiple ways. We decided to add a second mattress on the bottom because we love to use that space as a cozy reading nook but you could totally leave it without and put toys underneath!

The canopy is her FAVORITE! She calls this her princess bed and says it’s extra cozy to sleep in at night!

On the bottom bunk, Our Daughter likes to keep her special plushies. She loves squishmallows (I do too, they are like memory foam and literally the best to lounge on!).

And of course she has all of her fun Disney plush that she has collected over the years!

The kids both have tons and tons of books. We usually store them on the shelves in their closets and the bookshelf in the guest room, but I thought it would be fun to add some bookshelves to the end of Our Daughter’s bed so that we could keep books here that she likes to read at night.

You can find lots of our favorite books linked right here.

We tried to make this space at the end of her bed cozy with layered rugs for playing or reading.

Her dresser is a vintage thrift store find, I painted it years ago for her nursery. It is solid wood and such great quality. I’m a big fan of brass so I love the original hardware.

The gallery wall above Our Daughter’s dresser is a hodge podge of art including my very own watercolor masterpiece featured on the far right, haha!

The lamp is a fan favorite with Our Daughter because she can turn it on just by touching it. She likes to have her light on as soon as she wakes up in the morning. And her nightlight/okay-to-wake clock glows pink all night too.

Underneath the window is Our Daughter’s little table and chairs. She loves to create art here and it’s also a very popular tea party spot — I should know, I’ve been cordially invited to many tea parties here. 🙂

We’ve had this vintage hanging chair for years! It hung in the living room at our last house and was never hung at this house. I thought Our Daughter’s room would be the perfect spot for it! The kids are OBSESSED!

I have to imagine it feels really special as a 4 year old to have a swing in your room. That smile was worth the torture of locating the ceiling joists.

Our Daughter’s closet is still a work-in-progress but it’s overall very organized as of now!

I keep my kid’s clothing in their dressers. Mostly because I don’t like hanging things up and they don’t really have much that requires hanging anyways.

Their closets are used for toy storage, books, crafts, puzzles, dress-up clothes, etc. We installed these closets in each room when we moved in and they were a game changer from the wire shelving that existed prior.

I like to use lots of baskets and bins to keep things neat and organized. Everything has a place and that helps the kids to put things back after playing. We also clean up and put the current bin away before pulling out another one.

Most of the baskets don’t match but thats okay! They still do the trick.

Just for fun, here’s Our Daughter’s room when we moved in 3 years ago.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this peek into Our Daughter’s room! If you’re looking for sources for anything in her room, I’ve included what I was able to find online.

Shop the Room

Bed // Bookshelves // Table // Chairs // Rug // Curtains // Curtain Rod // Canopy // Be Kind art // Unicorn Wall Mount // Lamp // Castle // Nightlight // Tea set // Woven Baskets // Toy Storage Bins // Disney Plush // Books // Similar Hanging Chair // Our Daughter’s Wendy Dress // Our Son’s Peter Pan costume

Dresser Color: Benjamin Moore Spring Blossom

Thanks for spending time in Our Daughter’s room with me! Decorating our home brings me so much joy and I’m happy to share that with you all!

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59 thoughts on “Our Daughter’s Bedroom”

  1. Love this space! So perfect for a little lady. Funny how you don’t like to hang things I am the complete opposite. I hate to fold so I only use the closet for clothes storage. But dang, I would really like to use my daughters closet for toy storage the way that you did now 🤗

  2. Our Daughters room is darling! I love it! I can’t wait to see the Snow White makeover. I am a boy mama and would love to see Ollies room and all the boy things!!!💙💚

  3. The room rearrange/ makeover looks great! You did a nice job of giving her more room for play! Bonus if they only take one bin out at a time!

  4. Do you like the bunk beds? I have been trying to talk my hubby into IKEA bunk beds but he is worried they won’t last.
    Love the new room. Excited to see Snow White version!
    Also LOVE that swing. Wish I could find one. 😉

    • Yes we really like it! It’s solid wood (minus the more decorative white parts) and very sturdy! It’s also not very high off the floor so we feel like it’s a safe choice.

  5. Love the room, Disney ideas. You and your family are just the sweetest. Here’s a thought. I like how the today show gets you to go to their stories. You are techy and I think you could do that. I love that you added it to your stories this time.
    When they show a picture you get a link to the site. Just a thought to get people visiting your blog right away.
    Can’t wait to see the room transform. Enjoy the process with your sweet daughter.

  6. I love Our Daughter’s room!! It’s so fun and girlie…I wish I had a room like that growing up! Definitely saving this for the future 😉

  7. Our Daughter’s room is darling! I love the bookshelves at the end of her bed – so creative! Thanks for sharing the paint color for Our Daughter’s dresser. I love that shade of pink!

  8. I love her room ❤️
    We just bought a house and will be moving soon so I love seeing all the home decor and chaos control organization ideas for toys and such

  9. I’m so impressed with how cute and cozy you made this room! Our Daughter is going to love having that vintage swing in her room even when she grows up!

  10. This is so beautiful and perfectly whimsical. Please will you come and redesign some rooms in my house – we could do with some whimsical! Love the house posts almost as much as the Disney ones😉! Great job!

  11. What a dreamy space! I can see why Our Daughter loves it so much. You have great style. Thank you for sharing the links!

  12. What a darling room, Shannon! You truly have a gift to have a vision and execute. I would love to do a gallery wall in my girls’ room. Any tips on mounting? Nails or stickers? Haha

  13. Super cute room!! Absolutely love that dresser. And thanks for sharing the idea of using the closet for more toy storage and costumes! Thank you for sharing!

  14. I’m thinking of hanging a chair in my room as well. Do you think you could do a post on how you hung it and what you used to make sure it doesn’t fall out? Thanks!

  15. Love! The bed is my favorite. I’ve been eyeing this for my daughter since seeing it in Collettes room. I love that it can be flipped. My toddler is not quite ready for the bunk bed but I’m sure would love it one day. Also, those dress up dresses…swoon ❤️

  16. Thank you for sharing with us. I live your decorating style. Such a cute and cozy room! I’m inspired to do a few updates in my daughters room! Would love to get her a top bunk, that would be so fun!

  17. Such a sweet room, and you’ve inspired me to try and make our rather sad looking vintage table and chairs “pop” with some new paint I think! I have an almost 4 year old who would lose her adorable mind to have a couple of pink chairs to host tea parties at. As always, thanks for sharing!

  18. Aww!!! Such a lovely bedroom fit just for a little princess. She’s so blessed to have such a caring mom. Thanks for sharing, gave me plenty of ideas.

    Ps you’re such mom goals !!!!

  19. I love this blog post so much, it has given me so much inspiration for my daughters’ room! I recently purchased the bed frame and was wondering what type of mattress you have on the top. My daughter’s is too thick and passes the safety limit. Trying to decide which one to get her without compromising comfort. Thank you!


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