Botanical wallpaper, floral artwork, and a vintage inspired rug are the foundation for this neutral big girl room with blush accents.
Welcome friends! Today I’m finally sharing Ladybug’s vintage floral big girl room! A while back I did a post about the peel and stick botanical wallpaper. Since then, I have added new pillows, wall decor, bins for the cube organizer, and a cute rattan doll crib (Christmas gift!). I hope you enjoy this update. I will link everything I can below, or similar options! Let’s get started.
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Pretty Toy Storage
You may have noticed that I’m a fan of cube organizers for hiding toys! They are such a budget friendly option and there are a variety of baskets and bins available to fit your style. Here I used a white shelf (similar) and white fabric bins (similar) to keep the look soft and minimal. The lamp is one of my favorite affordable finds and the mirror was a Homegoods find.
Big Girl Room Bedding
Since I last shared this space, I also added the floral and patterned pillows for a touch of color and whimsy. These pieces were a bit more of an investment, but I think they really elevate the look (and I got them all on sale!). For the decor on the side table, I shopped my home and used a small vase, woven box, and a few of my mom’s childhood books for a special touch.
Oversized Art and Rattan Doll Crib
On the list of toys I have bought for my kids to meet my aesthetic: a rattan doll crib! Mine is not currently available, but this one is similar. I fully admit that it was just as much for me as for Ladybug 😉 But it is so fun for pretend play, and a good storage solution for all the dolls who need a place to sleep. Have you purchased anything for your kids that was also sort of for you? Tell me I’m not alone! As for the oversized art, you may remember it from our living room. I’m changing things up in that space, and the botanical artwork (top and bottom) felt like a perfect balance to the wallpaper on the opposite wall.
I hope you enjoyed seeing Ladybug’s vintage floral big girl room. I’m still slowly working on this space, mainly the wall with the dresser and the glider (not pictured). But I am so happy with the soft, minimal look, and Ladybug is enjoying her big girl bed. Now that I finally have this space wrapped up, I’m excited to share more blog posts soon as I refresh our living room and breakfast area! Sign up for my email list so you never miss a post, if you would like. And let me know, what spaces are you working on right now?