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A Tour Of Sophie's New Toddler Bedroom


After moving into our new home earlier in this year, I couldn't wait to get started on Sophie's new bedroom! It's very similar to her old bedroom, although I have made a few changes. It's finally complete and I just couldn't wait to show you all!

I love how bright this room is, compared to her old bedroom. I have tried to keep it quite minimal with the white furniture and pink accessories and I've kept the walls magnolia, as I got pretty fed up of the pink walls in the last house. We're also renting, so I didn't see the point in painting the walls again, to then have to put repaint again before we move out (which hopefully won't be for a while!). I wanted the room to grow with her and you will probably notice there are a lot of floral patterns, gingham and polkadots but I think these patterns are suitable for a child as well.


COTBED
This is the same cotbed which we had in our old house, which was bought a few years ago now. The wooden bed rail was great for when we made the transition from cot to toddler bed and it matches her bed perfectly. If you're considering transitioning from a cot to toddler bed, I have written a separate post about it here.


BEDDING
The cushions, bunny and bed linen are all from The Little White Company. I bought the 'little dancer' cushion a while ago now, so unfortunately it's no longer available but you can buy a similar one here. The cot bedding is still available as well as the sheepskin heart, which you can purchase here.



STORAGE BAG
I love this pretty storage tub which currently holds all of her soft toys (which is rather a lot!) You can find a similar one here.


NAME LETTERS
I absolutely love these name letters which I ordered from The Lovely Letter Company. They're so beautifully made and the fabrics I chose match the room perfectly. We also have the matching bunting on the opposite wall. You can now order letters through their Etsy shop.

BOOK SHELVES
You've probably already seen these before, but they're the Ikea picture ledges. I love switching Sophie's books around to suit the current season.


FRAMES
The one on the left is Sophie's birth print which we received when Sophie was born and the one on the right I bought from a random shop when I was pregnant.




ACCESSORIES
The pink gingham lamp and floral suitcases are both from Laura Ashley and the little bunny lights are from Next. The jewellery box was also from Next, which currently stores her hair accessories.

What do you think of Sophie's new bedroom?


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* This post was originally published in September 2015, but I have since updated it.
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25 comments

  1. What a lovely bedroom - love that it is so light and delicate. Looks perfect for a little girl :)

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  2. Lovely bedroom! The letters are my favourite I think they are fab. I love little girls rooms that are nice and bright with cute accessories and pops of colour!

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    1. Thank you Alice! I love Amelia's bedroom too! x

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  3. What a beautiful bedroom fit for a princess. Ive been looking for a woodern bed rail for ages! Looks amazing! #Love2Blog

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    1. Thank you! The bed rail is great and it fits in with the room too :) xx

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  4. Oh what a beautiful room Emma - pink, girly, pretty and so bright! Sophie's a lucky girl! xx

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  5. This is a beautiful bedroom. I'm trying to do something like this for the new babies nursery at the moment. White furniture and then floral fabrics to bring some colour into the room so it can grow as the baby grows.

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    1. Thank you Lisa! Yeah definitely, it will grow with the child instead of having to change everything several times x

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  6. It is a gorgeous bedroom - perfect for a special little girl. I love the name letters. Kaz x

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    1. Thank you Kaz! The name letters are one of my favourite things in the room :) x

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  7. I really love this. Such a gorgeous, really subtle pink bedroom. I can't wait to own my own home and decorating.

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    1. Thanks for your lovely comment Jodie :) x

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  8. What a lovely bedroom. Love the white and pink. Very clean looking and very girlie.

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    1. Thank you! I'm glad it's finally finished! x

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  9. What a gorgeous girly room. I love that it is so simple but with so many little details too

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  10. awww it looks so cute! What a lucky little girl! x

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  11. What a fabulous looking room! I wish i had the styling skills to do something like this! SImple is good! I love the book shelves too and the books. Some of my favourites on their!

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  12. What a gorgeous bedroom it looks so light and spacious but cosy at the same time. I really love the book shelves =)

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  13. It's definitely a room that'll grow with her as she gets older. Lovely and light

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  14. Aw I love the room. Very bright and not too much pink in it. Exactly what I like. I painted chloes room a while ago but looking back at it it's too pinky I think. I already want to change it. Lol but I have Matthew's room to change still. He has a winnie pooh theme st the age of 3 still

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  15. Wow a beautiful room for a little girl. Love the crisp white with hints of pink.

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