A warm, modern toddler girl’s room from Mercie Ghimire Photography
The thing we love most about how Mercie Ghimire decorated her daughter’s room, aside from how beautifully she captured it, is how she described the inspiration behind it; saying, We wanted the room to reflect who she is: a free spirit who loves imaginative play and exploring her environment. That’s why it’s not overflowing with toys or bold walls, but rather with pieces that hold a personal significance to them as a family.
We decided before Harper was born that we would foster her creativity and imagination while teaching her to value what she had, by not filling her room (or life) with toys. Her puzzles, trains, play food & cookware, and instruments are organized and easily accessible.
Los Angeles based families, take note! Mercie Ghimire is offering Holiday Mini Sessions 11/15 + 11/16 and 11/22 + 11/23.
More details on her website!
Dresser, bookshelf, bed, table & chairs, and lamps: Ikea
Cross stitch quilt: Little Auggie
Star pillow, Harper’s baby blanket, and Little Love banner: Made by Mercie
Commissioned Giraffe painting: Halle Cisco
Totem print: Pancake & Franks
Little Chicks embroidered art, star garland, and framed loop crewel work: Made by Mercie’s sister
Framed family photography: Mercie Ghimire Photography
New York City blocks: MOMA store
Bird, peacock, and cat melamine plates: Ingela P Arrhenius
Rug: Armadillo & Co
Framed Los Angeles card, sombrero, and wool Lion pencil cover (used as decor): FireFly Kids
Vintage gilded alphabet blocks: Cabin7
Wood tops: The Wood Wagon
Fire and Cave colored stacking blocks: Grimm’s Toys
Wall mounted coat rack: All Modern
Acrylic window covers and bookshelf backing: Designed and made by Mercie’s husband
Wall frames and clear desk frames: Ikea, Crate & Barrel, Pottery Barn, West Elm
Baskets for toys: Target and thrifting