When it comes time to transition your little one’s nursery into a kids room, it’s undoubtedly emotional. Hold the tears, because we’re highlighting the silver lining of this process. Take a cue from Kourt and Penelope, and embark on this experience as a time to bond with your child, and poosh their creativity.
Kourt and Penelope worked with interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard to create P’s first big-girl room. They kept a handful of accents from her previous setup but updated the style for a more sleek and modern feel. Below, we’re walking you through how to recreate this vibe with a handful of helpful tips to consider.
To start, select a centerpiece that you can mound on the wall. Kourt passed down the “Love Me” neon light by artist Curtis Kulig that used to be in her bedroom to act as a playful statement piece.
A chic light fixture adds an elevated feature. This Serge Mouille ceiling lamp was previously in Kourt’s family room in her old house and now makes for a fresh lighting accent in P’s palace.
Arrange books by hue, and stack them in color-coded towers for an aesthetically pleasing bookshelf.