Taking a peek around a lovingly designed bedroom is one of our favourite pastimes, so when we discovered this little gem, we couldn’t wait to meet its maker. It turns out that visionary is Becca, a full-time mum of four, stylist and content creator from Brisbane Australian. She’s also a qualified make-up artist by trade.
This adorable hazy rose haven belongs to 17-month old Georgia, the youngest of Becca’s children. It’s hard to believe that this beautiful abode started life as a pandemic lockdown project, but it’s clear that the creator has vision and style aplenty. We love how Becca has fashioned a neutral bright and breezy room infused with warming splashes of peachy pink and ochre and the matchy-matchy mini house bed is just divine. The fact that it was handed down from Georgia’s 6-year old sister makes it all the more perfect.
Becca knew from the outset that she wanted to create a girlie space that felt airy and full of light. The smart addition of different textures balances that sunny disposition, keeping it cosy and grounded and the perfect place for a toddler to roam.
The single house style bed was a considered choice, selected to grow over time with Georgia. The draped voile accentuates the apex and coordinates well with the window coverings. Becca skipped the toddler bed stage altogether, knowing she would have to change it within a year or so. Her sound advice is to keep classic on the big items and to tweak the space over time with accessories, breathing new life into it as you go.
A dreamy, customised cloud nightlight from Love Lottie takes pride of place on a cylindrical beech side table.
Who doesn’t love an IKEA play kitchen hack? This particular creation takes customisation to another level. The rattan sheeting fitted to the doors is inspired, and the expert paint job complete with copper accessories and door furniture really ought to be made available for grown-up kitchens.
Becca incorporates her love of on-trend rattan furniture and even extends the theme to the doll’s wardrobe. “You’d be surprised how well cane and rattan fit into any style,” she says, and we couldn’t agree more. Timeless and classic, its natural properties are soothing and practical for a child’s room.
We couldn’t help but fall in love with the teeny-weeny attention to detail of the doll’s change of outfit and the mini bow-effect cushion.
Less is oh so much more when the styling is as on-point as this. There’s beautiful intention in the way the rattan flower mirror captures the antiquey-floral bunting, and the blush dresser positively pops from the soft white delicately-adorned flower wallpaper.
Dusky pink velvet cases by Petit Luxe Bebe double up as clever, aesthetically pleasing storage. The rose gold hardware on the vintage-style suitcases is a perfect match for the sequined-rose on the handmade, whimsical, peony-skirted pixie’s legs.
We love how the gorgeous Fleur, the Peony Pixie flits from one room shot into another. Poised prettily on the bronze rainbow, Becca’s styling next to the vase of faux florals is no happy coincidence.
A child’s room is never complete without a bookshelf. Keep it simple like Becca with book shelves by Wood You Buy and let the accessories do the talking. We love the subtle way the books have been styled with a delicate flower press, wooden pom-pom beads and the dress-up blush crown from Little Connoisseur.
Who wouldn’t want to lay claim to a room this inviting? Molossi Designs make certain that this room belongs to Georgia with a customised name sign. What a lucky girl.
We asked Becca what she loved most about the finished article, and like us, she was hard-pushed to choose. “I honestly love all of it”, she says, and we can see why.
Georgia’s room makeover was completed in a little under six weeks, and Becca is already dreaming up her next home renovation project. She’s always had a passion for styling and interior design, and we wouldn’t be at all surprised if she realised her dreams and made it her full-time job one day. For now, she’s happy to admire her handiwork and impart her top tips. “Scour Instagram, Pinterest and the internet for inspiration and always choose timeless for more significant pieces. Styling is where you can have the real fun with colour and trends, and you can always swap out for the new season’s colours/Pantone’s too.“
Thank you Becca! @keeping_up-with_our-sweet_life
Housebed : Catch I Pink flower selfadhesive wallpaper : The Kids Interiors Store I Daisies removable fabric wall decals : Ivy and Eade I Bow and heart cushion : Peppermint Tree Creations I ABC print : Elyse Howlett I Pixie doll ‘Cinnamon Rose’ : Peony Pixies I Personalised cloud night light Love Lottie I ‘Sweet Dreams’ wooden plaque : Little Dreamers Interiors I Name plaque for play kitchen : Hello Sonny I Bedding: 7pmlinen I Velvet toy suitcase boxes : Petit Luxe Bebe I Saffia pink diamonds plush boho rug : The Rug Lady I Wooden name plaque : Molossi Designs I Book shelves : Woodyoubuy
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