I have two daughters, ages seven and one-and-a-half. My older daughter is the biggest girly girl and loves anything pink, gold and frilly. This was difficult for me to come to terms with, because although I like to dress very feminine, my style of interior design is definitely more on the masculine side.

When we were renovating our 130-year-old, fixer-upper this past winter, I was determined to give Serafina the room of her dreams, while at the same time making sure it was something she could grow into AND I wouldn’t get sick of looking at after a couple of months. Muted pinky nude tones and a more mature floral pattern were the perfect “compromise” in this space, and we both couldn’t be happier with the outcome.

Muted Pinks & Mature Florals: A Kid’s Bedroom To Grow Into 

Muted pinks & nude tones + mature floral patterns are the perfect "compromise" in this kids' bedroom. Magic up a dreamy nook with these tips.

Make It Extra Dreamy With A Canopy Bed

I found this amazing Cole House platform bed on Restoration Hardware Baby & Child. Honestly it was worth every penny. Serafina has some anxiety issues and has always had a harder time sleeping on her own. She feels so safe and secure in this tent bed, I’d buy it a million times over! Amazon has some more affordable options here. And you can purchase the Cole Tassel Voile Canopy from RH separately. Pottery Barn also has a similar version of the bed here.

Muted pinks & nude tones + mature floral patterns are the perfect "compromise" in this kids' bedroom. Magic up a dreamy nook with these tips.Muted pinks & nude tones + mature floral patterns are the perfect "compromise" in this kids' bedroom. Magic up a dreamy nook with these tips.
Muted pinks & nude tones + mature floral patterns are the perfect "compromise" in this kids' bedroom. Magic up a dreamy nook with these tips.Add Velvet Curtains & White Sheers

The Cotton Luster Velvet Curtains are from west elm, and I absolutely love them! The white sheers are from Target, and the double white curtain rods and finials are from Bed Bath and Beyond… all of which were super-cheap.

Muted pinks & nude tones + mature floral patterns are the perfect "compromise" in this kids' bedroom. Magic up a dreamy nook with these tips.

Muted pinks & nude tones + mature floral patterns are the perfect "compromise" in this kids' bedroom. Magic up a dreamy nook with these tips.

Don’t Forget A Fun, Good Quality Area Rug

I have had this Safavieh Poppy Rug since Serafina was two. It’s so beautiful and such great quality, I will keep it until it’s completely worn down. Fortunately, they still sell it on multiple sites, so when I need to replace it I can. They also have some beautiful variations like these two below:

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A Gorgeous Light Fixture Goes A Long Way 

Funny enough, I had ordered this Grace Flower Chandelier from Pottery Barn over a year ago, before we even purchased our current home, and I had intentions of installing it in our old house. Needless to say, it sat in the box for about five months, and then moved it to the new house with us. I couldn’t love it more! I put these ceiling medallions in pretty much every room of the house because I think they add a beautiful architectural element and really work with the style of our old home. You can find some beautiful ones like this on Home Depot’s website.

Muted pinks & nude tones + mature floral patterns are the perfect "compromise" in this kids' bedroom. Magic up a dreamy nook with these tips.

Muted pinks & nude tones + mature floral patterns are the perfect "compromise" in this kids' bedroom. Magic up a dreamy nook with these tips.

Before Photo For Comparison
 
Muted pinks & nude tones + mature floral patterns are the perfect "compromise" in this kids' bedroom. Magic up a dreamy nook with these tips.

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Xo,
Tori

5 COMMENTS

  1. In Serafina’s room, where did you find the gold wreaths on the wall? I feel like “grow into” artwork is so hard to find and love the addition of the gold wreaths.

    Thanks!
    Mackenzie

    • These are actually from Target! They are Opalhouse but they were out with the holiday stuff. I purchased them for her room because I thought they were a great accent like you said, super pretty but not childish looking. I would have linked them but they don’t sell them anymore! I would recommend going on Art.com for some GREAT artwork that kids could grow into! They honestly have every type of print imaginable!

    • I actually bought these years ago they were photography “drop cloths” or back drops for the window display in my shop. The company still exits except now they have focused on home and charge a CRAZY amount for this fabric. I think I paid $200 each per panel ( and they were massive) and now they are charging $75 per yard of fabric! The company’s name is Drop it Mod.

  2. Love the room. I’m doing something similar in my 100 year old home for my granddaughters. What color are the walls? Perfect muted pink.

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