I got that Ikea table and chairs set and she doesn't use it as much as I thought she would but when we're playing in here before bedtime she and I have serious coffee talk with the adorable coffee set I bought her. Yeah, it should be a tea set though... I see your point. The gold A hook and Alice dress were later additions, aren't they adorable?
This bookcase we removed the glass doors on so she wouldn't keep banging or breaking the glass.
The bookcase stayed pretty much the same.
Someday my bald child will be able to wear these bows.
And we have some larger puzzles and such underneath it.
I love hooks as you know and we use them a lot in her room because they will grow with her. We'll just as easily hang her 1 year old jersey and baby hat as will her school backpack.
I have a very specific system for the way I hang the clothes in there and Matt is wise to leave them piled so I can put them away. Dresses, then long sleeved shirts, then t-shirts, then blouses, then tanks, then coats, and then cardigans. Type not color.
I've done a decent job at not being a yuppy parent but doing the honest company diaper bundle thing with cute patterns... I could not resist that!
And another large basket with more overflow toys.
And for her poppa, her tiny Ramones onesie.
It really does evolve over time your child's bedroom as they grow and their needs change.
But it's such a happy, beautiful space. Just like my girl.