Princess Dressing Area (Little Girl’s Room Details)

Thank you so much for all of the sweet love on my daughter’s princess room! She {big puffy heart} loves her updated room!!

A lot of you have asked, so I wanted to share with you some of the details in the room. This is the first of two details posts.

~The Princess Dress Up Area~

This idea came from my desire to give my daughter a space where she could store all her princess dresses, jewelry, shoes, etc in one place.

Corner of a room with dresses and a mirror

Every princess needs a mirror. I was planning on scouring Craigslist and thrift stores for the perfect little ornate mirror, but remembered I had this one and thought that a full length mirror was more appropriate for a dressing area.

This happens to be an old mirror from IKEA, that I purchased about 10 years ago for about $75. It’s huge, and made a great full-length mirror for her. And what little princess doesn’t LOVE to look at herself in the mirror?

Little girl in princess dress in front of a mirror


Of course, every princess needs a place to hang her dresses.

Dress rack to hang dresses

This wall hanging serves also as a piece of art for the room.

This was one of those pieces I’d had a lightbulb moment with last year. We all know that I love using family pieces in my home decor, whether for it’s intended purpose, or re-purposed. Well, I had found this little table that my uncle made in high school about 50 years ago.

Here is the evolution:

Collage showing how to make a coat rack

The hooks are just drawer pulls from Home Depot. I added two more at about $3.50 a piece, and repainted the border a pretty pink color. I just bought a sample pot for about $3.

The crown images were printed on plain paper, and were found on The Graphics Fairy. The frames were already in the room.

A bedroom with a pink rug


More details to come in Friday’s post. Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Kristin Maxwell

Kristin Maxwell is the creator and main recipe developer, writer, and photographer of Yellow Bliss Road. A self-taught cook and self-appointed foodie, she specializes in easy, flavorful and approachable recipes for any home cook.

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  1. I would love to know where you got the silver frame that has the photo of your daughter is from. I LOVE it!! Beautiful room!