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May 14, 2010

A happy Home Tour Friday to you!

Before we begin today, I need you to SIT DOWN and take several deep breaths.

Because this is incredible.

Friends, Kidtropolis has done it again.

Somewhere in Mississippi, there is a VERY lucky little girl who gets to sleep here every night:

Shall I send the paramedics – did you just faint?

Here’s another look at the gorgeousness.

This room took 4 months to create and 5 14-hour-long days to install.

I can see why!

This tree is the perfect touch.

With stones on the floor and mushrooms scattered about, this really is a fairy’s home.

Can you stand it??

Parker,you lucky little adorable.

These “tattered” curtains are just perfect, in my opinion.

Now we’ll take a closer look at the details…

Mossy flowers and grass,

A pinch-me-too-cute bookcase,

Petal lights (!),

And this door that can be half-open.

The details are just remarkable to me.

The motif even continues into her bathroom…

I know, I know…

A very special thank you to Kidtropolis for the chance to peek in on this project.

A merry weekend to you all!

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  1. Julie

      on May 14, 2010 7:49 am

    Amazing how much money people are able to spend. This must have cost a fortune At first I was thinking about how instead the money could be helping homeless kids that don’t have a bed of their own, etc. – but then I thought designers need good paying jobs too. I’m sure people in this town are waiting for the kid to grow up and get sick of a fairy theme bedroom,so the items could be listed on craigslist. =)
    (sorry, guess I’m a little cranky this morning listening to the news about school budget cuts and wonderful teachers getting laid-off)
    However, many things I do love about this room. Would have LOVED the tree in my son’s nature themed nursery, the petal lamp is cool, and I really like the birdhouse bookshelves.


  2. Marla

      on May 14, 2010 8:45 am



  3. Jenny Hout

      on May 14, 2010 11:42 am

    I’m glad I am looking at this at work and not home. My little girl would see this and want it! Oh my!


  4. Whitney Trujillo

      on May 14, 2010 11:55 am

    I love the petal lamp. But am wondering: how soon til that kid uses those handy stairs to break free?!! :)


  5. Heidi Farmer

      on May 14, 2010 11:59 am

    Ha! Yes, we’ve had to affix VERY secure crib tents for our younger adorable so we can sleep knowing he isn’t prowling around the house.


  6. Amy Sinclair

      on May 14, 2010 12:35 pm

    Holy cow! I look at the tree and think, how can we do something like that in the playroom and then the clean freak in me thinks, how much dust would that collect? :0) So cool though! Thinking the Ears playroom might need to add some of these touches as we have Fairy freaks!


  7. Jenny

      on May 14, 2010 1:21 pm

    Would love to know where she keeps all her knick-knacks, animals, clothes, books, etc that are usually all over my daughter’s floor!!!!
    Just found a link for your website today and I am thoroughly enjoying it!


  8. RLR

      on May 14, 2010 4:02 pm

    The bookcase is my favorite part of the room, with the petal lamps a close second. Wow – amazing!


  9. Rachel

      on May 15, 2010 12:39 pm

    Makes me want to be a little girl all over again! :)


  10. Jennifer

      on May 18, 2010 8:30 pm

    Where in MS are you? Im on the coast!

    This truly is quite the fairyland!!! I am SO inspired!!! What an amazing job you did and truly blessed little girl!!!! :) :)


  11. Chani

      on May 24, 2010 10:24 am

    Oh. My. God.



  12. Momof3

      on September 21, 2010 5:59 pm

    It is beautiful, I can imagine any little girl loving it.
    But not a crib??
    If a baby (or toddler) had a choice between a beautiful room or sleeping with or in the same room as mom and dad, it wouldn’t be the dream bedroom.


  13. JA

      on January 28, 2011 12:57 am

    Its a boy?? In a previous post the baby is referred to as a HE? please tell me that this is not a little boys room??!!


  14. Gabrielle

      on February 24, 2011 1:51 pm

    sooooooooooooo CUTE! I don’t think this is too much- the colors are subdued and the details are practical… bed, shelves, etc… I think they did a great job doing something different without being garish. KUDOS!!!


  15. Sarah A

      on March 8, 2011 12:44 pm

    And what would it matter if it was a boys room? He would magically become gay? or what? Like the color pink god forbid a boy liking pink <- its just a color we are like bees attracted to colors so us saying one is for a one sex or another. (pink was not even always a girl color it was in the 1800s it started getting known as a girl color. Baby boys and girls were dresses as newborns and white was not traditional at weddings until 1840 when a queen wear it. Ashley was a boys name until 1900's.


  16. jo

      on March 10, 2011 9:13 am

    i think the room is lovely, but i am always highly disturbed by ultra-themed rooms. i get crazy angry every time i see extreme makeover home edition for this very reason. i mean, last year my daughter would have been wild over an icarly room, and this year she is completely over it. what happens to this fairy room when parker decides she loves elmo, and not tinkerbell? i imagine this design reflects more her mommy’s love of fairies.
    for the record, my kids’ rooms do have themes – them! their rooms are filled with pictures and art and things they love, and it’s perfect!


  17. Janeen Kainz

      on April 5, 2011 11:28 am

    I agree with Jo. I have four children and I made the mistake of making a themed bedroom one to many times. I finally settled on our Pittsburgh Steelers. My boys will never tire of that. And for my girls it’s just all different sorts of flowers. Although it’s a beautiful room, it could hardly be considered practical. It should be a showroom to advertise the wonderful work, not an actual room. I hope this little girl isn’t one of those kids that are raised to not know what it feels like to “want” or “need”. If so she will hard time fending for herself when she gets older…Just something to think about.


  18. Abbykarcher

      on July 1, 2011 12:12 pm

    Why does the bed have crib bars in the second picture but not the first? Can the bed actually change?!?


  19. TBeads

      on July 1, 2011 7:52 pm

    This is just lovely. What a lucky little girl! Its nice to see a parent really cherishing girlhood.


  20. Courtney Heath

      on July 10, 2011 2:26 pm

    What a FANTASTIC room…any little girls dream :)


  21. Marie

      on July 14, 2011 6:43 am

    Wow! I can’t believe some of the negative comments that people are posting. This room is beautiful and obviously for a baby, that will grow up for quite some years with this adorable room before she needs an update. I would have played in this room until I was at least 10.

    Yes, it’s a themed room, but it’s no different than setting up a babies room with a Winnie the Pooh theme, or the now overdone Zoo Animals theme. The only difference here is the amazing attention to detail! I say “Good job!!!” It’s a beautiful room, and I hope that she loves it as much as I do.

    Also, to Julie… Yes, I’m sure the money could have been spent on homeless kids, but do you own any lavish items? Big screen TVs? Cars? Do you go on vacations? Because I’m sure THAT money could have gone to homeless kids too!!!


  22. Aunt Cindy

      on July 30, 2011 10:03 am

    I want to see inside the doors on the tree! It looks like the upper doors are a cabinet, but the lower door could contain anything! What a gorgeous room!


  23. Jessica

      on July 30, 2011 12:17 pm

    Wow! The jealousy is just oozing out of these negative comments. If you don’t have anything nice to say why say anything at all?

    This looks like a truly amazing and beautiful room for a little girl.


  24. Audrey

      on July 31, 2011 7:45 pm

    I too am surprised to read all the negative comments. Julie, if you are so concerned about bed-less children around the world, why not sell your computer and cancel your internet to help them out? Jo, you don’t even know this girl’s mother, but you are judging her intentions? Get a life!


  25. Kay

      on July 9, 2012 11:00 am

    Oh my goodness! This is utter cuteness! Wish I had a litle girl!


  26. Faaastcash

      on January 31, 2013 7:05 am

    Hey that’s an amazing theme to have for a kid’s room. The petal lamp is my favorite and the birdhouse bookshelves come next… WOW! The kid must love her home! Truly a fairyland! the decorators have done a great job..


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