Joss & Main Girl’s Bedroom Reveal

I couldn’t be more excited to share with you my daughter, Lily’s, new bedroom reveal with Joss & Main!

When my boy/girl twins were babies, I decided I would love for them to share a room until they were five or six, and then create unique spaces for each of them. Jack and Lily turned six last month, and the time had come to separate their bedrooms.

I was thrilled to partner with Joss & Main and my talented design-blogger friend, Joni of Lay Baby Lay, to create boy/girl rooms that are age appropriate now but will also grow up with them.

{sources for the above :: velvet bedduvet cover; pink and gold pillowgold sequin bow pillow; gold polka dot pillowfaux fur pillow; similar turquoise pillowsimilar lamps; nightstands; rug; gold flush mount light fixture; flower printanimal advice printpom throw blanketnightingale wall decor; leather poufs // Lily’s outfit :: tutu, leggings, top, headband, necklace}

This white velvet bed is super luxe and is a piece I envision taking Lily through high school! Her room doubles as a guest space, so this bed helps create an inviting and comforting spot for friends and family to land when they visit.

The gorgeous gold flush mount light fixture makes such a fun statement and casts the prettiest, magical-looking light across the room.

One of the elements Lily cared about most when we started the design process was mint walls, so we started there and pulled in lots of white and pops of fun, unexpected color! I love how the room looks so girly without the walls being pink! We custom mixed the perfect minty-blue hue with Sherwin Williams using their new Emerald Paint, which is super-durable for kid/family spaces. Edge2Edge Painting, who I highly recommend, did a fantastic job painting the room to perfection! {The color formula is 2041-70, which is a custom manual match for Irish Mint. Feel free to email me at lauren@editbylauren.com for a picture of the paint can label.}

{sources for above :: dresser, another similar dresser here; wall mirrorX O prints; similar lamp; nightingale wall decor; pineapple nightlight; puppy bookend, doubles as a headband/accessory holder; smart about sharks book; amelia earhart book}

This glam dresser is one of my favorite parts of the room. {If I am honest, I wish it was in my room!} It’s another piece that will stand the test of time as Lily grows up. In addition to being so gorgeous, it’s super sturdy and well built with felt-lined drawers. I love how the fun, colorful accessories on top makes the piece extra playful and girly.

{sources for the above :: rug, sneakers, leather pouf}

This blue rug pulls the room together and is simply beautiful! It’s a versatile rug that can be used in any space of a house, and I love how it pulls so many colors together. It’s super soft and luxe feeling under foot, and is another element that will help special guests feel extra cozy. 

The leather poufs provide a fun place to sit while reading and playing; and double as the spot where we lay Lily’s school clothes out each night.

{sources for the above :: velvet bed; nightstands; similar lamps; animal advice print; nightingale wall decor;}

The pop yellow lamps make such a whimsical, eye-catching statement. I love that the nightstands give plenty of storage space for books and treasures.

{sources for the above :: desk; pom pom curtains; curtain rodsbunny print; brass catssimilar pencil holderpolka dot notebook}

This desk has already endured countless hours of playtime, as it’s one of Lily’s favorite parts of her room. It’s just her size, has lots of spaces to organize her desk accessories and is complete with a working roll-top. It’s just the cutest!

Lily loves bunnies and we have been calling her “the bunny” since she has been a baby, so this bunny print was a perfect personal touch to her room.

This is such a happy space and I could not be more thrilled with how it turned out! For Lily, it’s a little girl’s dream come true. It’s obvious she’s so excited about her new bedroom and I cannot wait for all the fond memories that will made here!

Shop all these Joss & Main pieces on a limited-time sale here.

{Shop my sweater here and Joni’s top here.}

Stay tuned for Lily’s twin brother, Jack’s, bedroom reveal coming up tomorrow. Also, Joni and I are taking over the Joss & Main Instagram account tomorrow, so be sure to follow along with us there!

Stylishly yours,

A giant THANK YOU to Joss & Main for sponsoring this bedroom makeover and to Joni of Lay Baby Lay for designing the space. Thank you to Sherwin Williams for providing the paint and Edge2Edge for painting the room. All opinions are completely my own, and I am so grateful for all of these amazing partners who made this project happen!

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  • Sara

    I absolutely adore this! I have infant boy girl twins and have the same idea to separate their rooms in a few years. I can only hope my daughter’s room turns out this beautiful!

    • lauren@editbylauren.com

      Thank you, and congratulations on your boy/girl twins!! They are the best, and SO much fun when they get to around six! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Lindsay

    What a beautiful space for your adorable daughter! Can you post the custom paint formula? Love the color!

    • lauren@editbylauren.com

      Thank you, Lindsay! I added the custom color to this post. Or feel free to email me at lauren@editbylauren.com for it ๐Ÿ™‚

  • jmullen417@gmail.com

    I love this! I tried to email you for a copy of the paint formula, but it never came through. Could you post the custom formula on here? Thanks!

  • jmullen417@gmail.com

    I love this! I tried to email you for a copy of the paint formula, but it never came through. Could you post the custom formula on here? Thanks!

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