Guest Picks: A Little Girl's Room With a Nod to School Days
These chambray curtains are such a beautiful neutral, and the colorful stripes have a youthful feel. They’re kind of reminiscent of those old pages with the three lines to practice your letters, right?
Drawing inspiration from scientific illustrations, Brooklyn-based artist Brian Farrell created this kaleidoscope-esque round rug. The imperfections and asymmetry in the drawing are so childlike and fun.
What’s a school-inspired bedroom without a pretty vintage chair? This one is the perfect height for kids.
Ikea has a good selection of kid-appropriate desks and work tables at prices that make them not too precious.
I’m nervous about adding a table lamp to my 4-year-old’s room. I see her knocking it over a hundred times in my head. So I’m going for this sweet wall-mounted light instead.
I love this globe and the message it portrays. It could be a fun DIY too.
A bookcase for housing books (obviously) and also toys and collectibles was specifically requested, and this one fits the bill (and the room) perfectly.
Kids’ rooms can often get cluttered with all those toys and small trinkets lying around. This striped bin will hold it all and fit perfectly in the bookcase above.
I love these happy hooks (they come in yellow and this pretty coral red). They would be perfect lined up, ready to collect little bags and jackets in her room.
It’s never too early for an upholstered bed, right? I love the classic lines of this one in a warm dove gray.
Schoolhouse Electric’s Imperfect Plus sheets feel, well, perfect for a nod-to-school-days room.
I love the vintage charm of this duvet from Schoolhouse Electric.
These pillows are customizable and adorable!
I haven’t done it personally, but I’ve heard that chalkboard walls are pretty tough to paint over, so I’m opting for a framed chalkboard instead. Something nice and big, with a chunky wood frame for bonus points.
I’m on the hunt for a perfect dusty gray-pink paint color. Ralph Lauren’s Society Pink has me intrigued.
My girl is too little to hold any actual university’s pennant in her room, but I love this one and its nod to Disney. Gaston would be so proud.
I love the schoolhouse industrial vibe of this ceiling fixture.
Chris and I got one of these Hudson Bay blankets for Christmas last year, and I can’t wait to incorporate it into our daughter’s room.
This shop is stocked with great school-inspired posters mounted in wooden framers.
These fun string lights are so colorful, and you can even customize them to match your room!Next: 11 Ways to Give Your Home Schoolhouse Charm