Emily Decorates Her Daughter's Room...(Via Made By Girl)

Blogger & Interior Designer Emily Clark sent us these few pics of her daughter's room. I thought it was so fun! It's great to have a mother who knows how to decorate & helps with the decor in a little girl's room right?! For me, I really thought the monogrammed pillows were a great touch as well as the cute HOT PINK lamp bases!

Oh & let's not forget that HUGE polka DOT wall....oh yea! It was sweet to see that Emily managed to find a place to hang my Love Candy print in a cluster of framed art on one side of her daughter's room! Thanks for sharing Emily! 







  -images via emily clark



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46 comments

  1. Emily did a beautiful job, love all the colors and how grown up but still young looks!

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  2. I would have killed for that room as a little girl! So cute. :o) The monogram pillows must are so sweet.

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  3. Love this "little girls room"...but what age is her daughter because that room is WAY TOO FUN for someone so young...ha! And what is the fabric on the windows...were you able to tell what print was on them? Love catching up on all your house picture posts you've been doing...very inspiring!

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  4. I l-o-v-e that polka dotted wall!

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  5. what a beautiful room! i absolutely love the red wall with the white polka dots. it really adds character. :)

    nice job!

    XO,
    SSDS

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  6. Those lamps are so cute and I love the pillows... What a lucky girl!

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  7. Jen, you are so sweet to post this. And, can you tell what a bad photo editor I am? The room is actually hot pink :) Someday, I'll learn the art of taking good interior photographs!

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  8. Would love to see that dresser in a different photo. It looks gorgeous. Did she re-purpose it herself or was it a new purchase? Same thing re: those adorable pink lamps. Gorgeous!!

    I just started following your blog. Thanks for the great posting!

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  9. Would love to see that dresser in a different photo. It looks gorgeous. Did she re-purpose it herself or was it a new purchase? Same thing re: those adorable pink lamps. Gorgeous!!

    I just started following your blog. Thanks for the great posting!

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  10. oh my gosh. i want everything! where are the pink lamps from?!

    www.SHINYUPSIDEDOWNCROSSES.BLOGSPOT.com

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  11. ummm swoon...i'm gonna show my daughter with hopes that she will want to clean her room so i can finish hers.

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  12. The colour combo is amazing. Love those red lamps. Want those.

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  13. Biggest polka dots I've ever seen.
    So huge in fact, that I'm not sure they qualify - as dots (of the polka variety) I mean.
    Oh what the heck.
    Like them anyway.
    :)

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  14. Jen,

    THANK YOU so much for dropping by my blog today! I've been so busy, painting crown molding everywhere in my house and when I took a break and saw your comment it made me feel really happy! :-)


    This bedroom is so vibrant, cheerful and young! Super cool!


    I hope you're having a great day so far!

    Take care,

    xo

    Luciane at HomeBunch.com

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  15. GORGEOUS!!! What a lucky little girl, I'd love to have that as my room :D

    Just might have to steal this idea for my little one's "big girl" room!

    Shelley

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  16. This room looks gorgeous! Emily's daughter is definitely lucky to have a mom which such talent!
    xx
    Joanna

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  17. What an amazing room. Thank you for sharing. I'm a new follower. I love your blog.

    What a great idea. I'm a new follower and I absolutely love your blog.

    http://diyhshp.blogspot.com/

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  18. Awesome, looks like something right out of a magazine.

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  19. This room is atypical for a girl, yet colorful and gorgeous. Happy Women's Day Jen! XoXo :)

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  20. This is so classy and adorable. I've never been a huge fan of pink, but I think that if my own mother created this room for me I would have been ecstatic. :)

    Lovely!

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  21. i am obsessed with those red lamps. what a great room for a young girl

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  22. How very beautiful...I absolutely love it when kids rooms don't have themes and are cool enough for them to grow up in...such rooms certainly have greater longevity...Hope to share my daughter's room with you real soon!! xx meenal

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  23. Your are so right Jen, Fun is the perfect word this room! Love it =)

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  24. Oh my gosh, the polka dot wall is to die for!

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  25. Holy ridiculously adorable!! Um, I want to live there now!

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  26. What an adorable little girl's room! The giant polka dot wall is UBER COOL!

    ~Meera @ firstsense

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  27. Lovely bold prints and colors! Thanks for dropping by my blog, Jen. :-)

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  28. this post has made me wish my mother was a decorator! so adorable :)

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  29. LOVE the huge polka dot wall. What a lucky girl she has! xo

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  30. Love this room! My daughter's room is hot pink too. Thanks for stopping by Appletree!

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  31. I wish I could sleep in that room!

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  32. Hi Jen!
    Hope you are doing great! Thanks for your comment about the house! :) There are some better photos on my site.
    Have a great Wednesday!
    xo
    edyta
    http://edytaandco.blogspot.com/

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  33. Love the giants polka dots! (I forgot to add to the previous comment) :)

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  34. So sweet for sure...Emily did a bang up job for sure!!!

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  35. Love Emily and her daughter's room!! :)

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  36. I'm a sucker for red and white dots, and that just looks amazing! xx

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  37. My favorite child's room, to date! I LOVE her use of color, and the pink lamps are amazing! =D

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  38. i never thought i would love polka dots so much! what a sweet idea for a kids bedroom!! i love the color....

    http://prettylittlethingsbymelissa.blogspot.com/

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  39. awesome!

    it's cute and girlie but def appropriate for any age. she won't have to worry about redecorating a few years ago. :)

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  40. what a great room! ( and a lucky girl!)

    thanks for the comment on BYOB, article link.
    and your continued support. it's such a balancing act to
    fend off the copycats - and stay positive & creative.

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  41. Oh my goodness this polka dot wall has me smitten!
    So much fun for any girl.
    Cheers!
    Anna

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  42. I found these exact same pineapple-ish lamps on ebay in orange. I'd probably spray paint it hot pink.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/PAIR-ORANGE-ARTICHOKE-TABLE-LAMPS-HOLLYWOOD-REGENCY-MOD-/250789444889?pt=Lamps_US&hash=item3a64373d19#ht_7054wt_1139

    Jenny over at LGN featured the green version for St Paddy's. http://littlegreennotebook.blogspot.com/2011/03/top-o-morning-to-you.html

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  43. BOBO: Oh i love those! Great find thanks!

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  44. Where did you get the polka dots

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