This wonderful pre-teen girl's room is bright, fun and fresh, don't you think? I love the bright combinations of hot pink and bright orange, accented with crisp whites and a mix of solid fabrics, patterned fabrics and custom embroidery, accented with beaded trim.
The custom padded and gathered headboard has a hot pink center panel with gathered orange fabric around the edges. Two different colorways of the same fabric are used on the quilted-on-design bedspread, with the bright orange colorway taking center stage. The wide expanse of windows on the side of the bed have existing shutters; pleated orange woven sheer panels hang underneath the valance with a shaped and corded hem. A solid hot pink fabric overlay features a custom embroidered initial as an accent and contrast.
Across the room on the angled wall is a set of working French doors. We added French-blackout lined working roman shades in a fun swirling fabric pattern, which are accented with beaded trim at the hem. The same type of pleated orange woven sheers flank the doors. Above is an operable door valance which allows the doors to be opened for access to the outdoors. Again, the pink fabric overlay features embroidery as an accent.
It is difficult to see in the photo, but there is a single orange bead sewn to the lower swirl of the "J" embroidery on the overlay. I love unexpected finishing touches on custom treatments. The same swirled fabric from the roman shades is used as microcording on the overlay.
A coordinating orange cheetah pattern fabric covers the two large shams at the head of the bed. These shams are accented with a gathered ruffle in the hot pink patterned fabric used on the bedspread. An additional neckroll accent pillow showcases more embroidery, microcording, contrast fabrics and ribbon ties.
The stitching-on-design pattern is clearly shown in the photo below.