Apr20 Caitlin Wilson Design: Olivia’s Abode 2010

Designer Caitlin Wilson recently shared her daughter’s room on her blog, Style Files. I was so completely blown over by the absolute perfection of Olivia’s little room, that I felt it necessary, and rather urgent, that you see this loveliness immediately. Please enjoy!

Oh…and Caitlin has gone to the trouble of listing all of the resources for everything in the room. Check them all out here!

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  • Brancoprata on April 20, 2010

    Adorable, love it!!

  • Sandy on April 20, 2010

    oh my this room is soooo adorable!! perfect for a little girl!! i love the mirror and all the fun pillows!!!!

  • sharon on April 20, 2010

    lovely – i adore it all – especially the child of God print and the painting!

  • DrewB on April 20, 2010

    I need a little girl! Boys rooms just aren’t as fun to decorate.

    • Grey on April 20, 2010

      I know! Boys are so tough. But I’m on the hunt for some killer boy rooms, so stand by!

  • jodie on April 20, 2010

    Just came across your blog and LOVE it! It is so nice to see someone spot lighting newborn and family photographers! There are so many amazing wedding blogs out there this is just a breath of fresh air for those of us focusing on the younger crowd! That’s for all the inspiration and we will for sure be linking you!

  • Saundra Fowler on April 21, 2010

    I just found your blog and love it! Check out this blog for a “killer boys room”


  • beautyandthebeastfashion on September 17, 2010

    I love the beauty of this room. There is such an elegance and simplicity. When looking at all the pictures there is such a peace & calmness about them. Love it!!

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