This is the bookcase, and I love how it turned out. Having a large piece like this (actually two bookcases attached together to look like one) means that there is ample space to house everything from books and jewelry to stuffed animals and CDs. My daughter's favorite slippers even have a home!
The beadboard back on the Liatorp Bookcase won me over. It's a charming detail that I love, and painting it in a vibrant color only adds to its charm.
I bought two of these boxes to house my daughter's CDs and odds and ends. I love the indigo color and that they come with labels.
I made the linen bulletin board leaning on top of the bookcase, but you can save time by purchasing one like this. I find that a neutral background is best for displaying art, photos, etc.
These shoebox-size tin containers with labels are sturdy and charming.
I'm a sucker for handmade porcelain bowls. Even though this one may be meant to hold food, I think it would be ideal for storing hair clips, elastics, etc.
This jewelry holder is so unique! I love the gold tone, and the birds are so sweet.
This photograph of pink balloons forming hearts would look pretty in a frame leaning on the back of a bookcase.
I love Jonathan Adler's pottery for its quirkiness, and these gold bird bowls are no exception. The finish has a hammered detail that will add sparkle and glam to any room.
I love motivational sayings, and this one would be perfect in a young girl's room; it's a good reminder.
This hand-screenprinted fabric bucket is the perfect size to perch on a shelf. The leather handles and the linen/cotton treehouse fabric are a striking combination.
These magazine holders in a coral color are functional and stylish.