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roving pink can be both girly and glamorous, five-year-
old Callie’s new bedroom is the perfect room to grow
up in. “Callie wanted a pink room when she moved
out of the nursery as a big girl into her own real room and we
needed a room that guests could also stay in. We also wanted
this room to grow with her,” explained mum, Nicola Lucas, the
talented seamstress who owns Aqua Designs.
To make sure she had a bed she could grow into, they pur-
chased an off-white queen-sized bed from Pottery Barn Teens.
The pink floral and butterfly duvet is from Pottery Barn and
the Roman shades were made in the UK. A seamstress by trade,
Lucas made the curtains herself and painted the walls in two
shades of pink.
The loft above the bed was also custom-made by Lucas and her
husband, Ben, to contain all Callie’s Lego, books and other toys.
“She spends many hours up there,” said Lucas. “Often I can’t find
the kids and they will be quietly playing in their lofts!”
Twinkling fairy lights below add to the magic of this very
girly-but-glam room that any little girl would surely to be proud
to call her own.
CALLIE’S PINK PALACE
Designed by Nicola Lucas
WRITTEN BY LAURA BELL
PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANN SPURLING
Local designers and
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