Project Little Miss | The Reveal!

Well, the day has finally come that Little Miss has agreed her room is ‘finished enough’ to share! I’d normally say the makeover is ‘complete,’ but nothing with my little creator is ever complete!

From the beginning, she was really firm with what she wanted, but the ideas just keep coming. That’s where I stepped in and helped guide her, and keep her mindful of budgets! It’s colorful, spunky, and full of personality…just like our Little Miss!

Duvet | Art | Happyland Pillow | Rug

artwork | garland | lumbar pillow

While the accessories are bold, we kept the core of the room classic so it will easily grow and transition with her. We stumbled on this Jonathan Adler fabric a few years ago, and knew the mix of colors would be so fun for pulling everything together. We had just enough for drapes, and had them made from a local tailor (they are much more affordable than custom upholstery and drapery companies!), using these RITVA panels as lining.

Curtain Rods | Curtain Liners

Kallax Shelves (see how we added wheels here)

Two years ago we created a study area in a nook just outside her room (see it here)…but she quickly outgrew that little desk, and needed more privacy…so now she has a larger, sturdier space for all her homework and creative sessions.

The gallery wall is a collection of her own artwork! Most pieces are just tacked up so she can swap them out as new masterpieces are created. I love the bright white walls to allow her artwork to pop, and the blue ceiling accents the tall pitched shaped.

Desk and Drawer Set | Desk Swivel Chair | Sheepskin Throw | Task Lamp with Charging Port

She feels very official in her tall desk chair, plus it’s comfy for long sessions at her desk. Middle School is serious, y’all! The HEKTAR task lamp also includes a USB port, so she can charge devices at her desk without extra outlets.

Desk Swivel Chair

Task Lamp with Charging Port | Wall Organizer Rail & Buckets

We scoured the internet for desks, and ultimately loved the flexibility of building our own. The LIMMNON comes in a variety of sizes and combinations, and is surprisingly sturdy! You can customize the top and legs, and even add drawers!

Desk and Drawer Set

Drawer Set

Her bathroom has the same white walls, and the cabinets mirror the blue of her ceiling.

She loves collecting treasures, and this little wall shelf from Target is perfect for keeping them corralled.

Oversized Shams & Pillow Inserts


‘love first’ tee | jean shorts

A happy space with room to create, learn, and grow for our precious Little Miss! See our son’s teen room here, and more of our house here.


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*Photos by the darling Audrey Dollins. I am a Brand Ambassadör for IKEA U.S. This is a sponsored post, but styles, ideas, and color-crushing are my own. Thank you for supporting Hi Sugarplum sponsors!*

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  1. I love the room! It’s so bright and colourful, what a great place for working! The drawings on the wall are the cutest. 🙂

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

    Posted 8.14.18 Reply
  2. Ani wrote:

    What an artist!! The room is great but the art work is amazing!! What a talent!!

    Posted 8.14.18 Reply
  3. Sandy wrote:

    It’s adorable, bright, and happy, just like Little Miss!
    The antique bed on caster/rollers=brilliant!

    Posted 8.14.18 Reply
  4. Shay Shull wrote:

    This is PERFECTION! My favorite part is the art!!!

    Posted 8.14.18 Reply
  5. Caroline wrote:

    Love how bright and colorful the room is. Can tell it totally reflects your daughter’s personality. Think I need that desk for my daughter’s room. Love it!!

    Posted 8.14.18 Reply
  6. The “HAPPYLAND” pillow makes me smile every single time I see it. I love her whole room. All of the bright colors and pom poms are totally her, and the personal art is awesome!

    Posted 8.14.18 Reply
  7. Christina wrote:

    It turned out so colorful and cute! I love the desk chair! I’ve been searching for an affordable chair and this might be it- with the rug on it, too, of course!!

    Posted 8.14.18 Reply
  8. Sevahn wrote:

    Sweetness everywhere! I also think the art work is fantastic! Your Little Miss is very talented. This is a happy place:)

    Posted 8.14.18 Reply
  9. Julie wrote:

    Great room! Where did the “Happyland” pillow come from?

    Posted 8.14.18 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      We found that at Decorator’s Best several years ago!

      Posted 8.15.18 Reply
  10. Stormie wrote:

    It came out so perfect!!

    Posted 8.14.18 Reply
  11. Love how it turned out! It’s so bright and happy! And Little Miss is quite the artist!

    Posted 8.14.18 Reply
  12. patti wrote:

    Your daughter’s artwork is FANTASTIC! Definitely the best part of a great room 🙂

    Posted 8.14.18 Reply
  13. sandi wrote:

    FanFreakenTastic!!!!!! I couldn’t love this room more. Is there a shower in her bathroom? Fabric curtain or glass door?

    Posted 8.14.18 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      Yes, she has a shower with a fabric curtain…a colorful one, of course! 😉

      Posted 8.15.18 Reply
  14. Janice wrote:

    What a happy space! Where is the gold, circular shelf from? There was no link provided.

    Posted 8.14.18 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      Thank you! The shelves are from Target!

      Posted 8.15.18 Reply
  15. Heidi Ferguson wrote:

    BRAVO Cassie! Sloan’s room is the SWEETEST! I love how you’ve incorporated her artwork and that she has the flexibility of removing/adding new stuff! What a great idea to use a local laylor to hem your drapes! AND the gold circular wall shelf is genius for holding all of her “treasures” ! I know she loves coming home to her colorful yet calm room & new “big girl” desk!!

    Posted 8.14.18 Reply
  16. Lynn Thow wrote:

    This is truly a happy space. Her art wall is the most fun. She is so talented in so many ways.💕

    Posted 8.14.18 Reply
  17. Rebecca wrote:

    What color and brand of white paint did you use? I’m looking for a good, true, simple white without lots of undertones.

    Posted 8.15.18 Reply
  18. Nikki wrote:

    It looks great! But, I’ve got to ask…we’re you able to pick up your large items from IKEA or did you have them shipped to you? We’ve ordered several large storage-type items and a love seat from ikea to use in classrooms at school this year. Their delivery service has been terrible. Items received long (two weeks) after their promised delivery date, hard to find tracking and order numbers, etc. It has been super frustrating…and school started yesterday.

    Posted 8.16.18 Reply
    • Nikki wrote:

      *were, not we’re🤪

      Posted 8.16.18 Reply
  19. Debbie wrote:

    Love this room! What color blue paint did you use on the ceiling?

    Posted 8.18.18 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      Thank you! It’s Sherwin Williams ‘Raindrop’

      Posted 8.21.18 Reply
  20. Elizabeth wrote:

    Oh wow! What a fun, happy room! Her artwork is the best part! I especially love the tree frog!
    Do you have a link to the pompom garland?

    Posted 8.19.18 Reply
  21. I love her room so much!!!!! Such a happy, inspiring place! My favorite parts might be the yellow dresser and her blue vanity. Whenever I see your gorgeous color filled home it makes me question my neutral one!

    Posted 8.20.18 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      Ha! Your gorgeous neutral home makes me question my colorful one!!

      Posted 8.20.18 Reply
  22. Kitty Stoeppelwerth wrote:

    Very fun yellow color and upside down hardware dresser.
    Love that you are surrounding her with her art

    Posted 8.26.18 Reply
  23. Sonu wrote:

    Such a pretty room! Where is the yellow chest from?

    Posted 6.2.20 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      Hi there! It belonged to my grandparents, and we painted it! xo, C

      Posted 6.3.20 Reply