pink girls roomTraditional Kids, New York

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Elegant girl carpeted kids' room photo in New York with pink walls —  Houzz
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sunshi1276 wrote:Jan 16, 2013
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    Kathleen Walsh Interiors, LLC
    The entire bed linen set was custom made and by now, I believe all the bed fabrics are now discontinued. The window treatments were custom- the toile is also discontinued but any beautiful pink toile will work as well.
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    Crane & Canopy
    That bedding is really pretty. Here are some other ideas for pink bedding that could be cute for your daughter's room too:
    The Ashbury Pink Duvet Set · More Info

    The Mariposa Pink Duvet Set · More Info

    Embroidered Duvet Cover, The Lafayette Pink · More Info
Mai wrote:Aug 19, 2013
  • 2pinkprincess
    Hi! I'm doing a playroom/study area for my two girls who are 3 and 6 . They both love pink. I'm looking for a day bed . I have been looking for something like this one. Any suggestions? Thanks
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    Kathleen Walsh Interiors, LLC
    You can find this at Art for Kids which is available at many retailers and through the trade. They have a variety of finishes, including this lovely pink. For other options, any white daybed that you see can easily be painted by you or any housepainter. Benjamin Moore's "Shell Pink" #883 is a beautiful soft pink to use.
wi168755 wrote:Mar 28, 2014
ldempsey98 wrote:Jan 11, 2014
rosie2 wrote:Jun 19, 2012
kristensullivan15 wrote:Nov 21, 2012
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    Kathleen Walsh Interiors, LLC
    We bought the fabric and had it all custom made. A local upholsterer should be able to help you find fabrics with a similar look and can make all the items. If you get stuck, we do have an hourly design service that can source similar fabrics for you, just contact us. Good luck!
alba2231 wrote:Jan 24, 2016
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      amazinggrace511 wrote:Oct 12, 2012

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Lawrence Karol added this to Expert Talk: Dreaming of a DaybedJul 19, 2012

        Think pink. Here's a room designed for a toddler who was moving into her first big-girl room as she transitioned from a crib to a bed."Daybeds are great for younger kids, as they feel more secure being against a wall on one side," says designer Kathleen Walsh. "The key to choosing the right bed is to pick one where the 'head' and 'foot' boards are low enough to not feel like you're in a cave, but high enough to support the pillow heights and the ability for someone to sit up against it."She adds, "This little girl was in a very sweet stage and liked pink very much. So we decided to go all out and make the room all pink, ivory and beige, but in a very edited, tasteful way."

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        Caitlin Grigg added this to Madeline BedroomNov 15, 2018

        Walpaper and the lights on the wall

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