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Fall/Winter 2006
Put any three girls in the same bedroom and you can expect territorial disputes, squabbles over toys, and identity crises. Wage peace with a pretty-in-pastel retreat that clearly gives each girl her domain.

For individuality each of these big, chunky beds is dressed slightly differently in a mix of florals, stripes, and ruffles. The look is unified with identical pink coverlets and floral shams.

Pink and flowers are certainly sweet, but this room is far from saccharine. The biggest jolt of color is the yellow that splashes the upper walls; pink plays only a supporting rolea cheerful solution for girls who are still growing and for busy parents who may lack the time to redo the room when the pink phase passes. Scallop-edged painted furnishings by Bratt D├ęcor, coupled with accessories unearthed at antiques stores also lend a more mature look.

Fuction is important too. Hatboxes provide storage with style, while the fabric-lined baskets on a shelving unit (Bratt Decor's Jane Book Case in Lavender) are easy to retrieve. The result is a room where three little girls can go for some quiet time, relaxation, fun, and enjoyment for many years to come.



 
 
 


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