Millie Mackintosh has given a glimpse of her “big girl’s room” for her eldest daughter Sienna in her gorgeous new London home.
The 32-year-old, who recently shared a look inside the bedroom for her three-month-old daughter Aurelia, has now posted a tour of the chic pink space for her two-year-old.
Millie, who shares daughters Aurelia and Sienna with husband Hugo, 35, described how she wanted ‘something whimsical and feminine’ for the space and enlisted the help of the children’s interior designer based in London, Joanna Landais, who also designed for Binky Felstead.
The mum-of-two opted for a gorgeous tree mural with the leaves and branches printed in a delicate shade of pink on a white background.
Millie placed the white wooden cradle in the corner of the bedroom and draped a beautiful pink princess canopy over the top to create a cozy space for Sienna to get a good night’s sleep.
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The former Made in Chelsea star also added a £669 Mamas and Papas Hilston chair and ottoman in a pink hue to the corner of the room which has been accessorized with a soft white cushion and an embroidered ‘ S».
Adding a warm glow, Millie added a feather floor lamp next to the chair which is the perfect spot for bedtime stories.
Elsewhere, we can see that Sienna has a library full of novels, including Disney Princesses, the That’s Not My series, and Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit.
Sienna also has a huge dollhouse in the bedroom with her fairy wings on her wardrobe handle that are perfect for dressing up.
Captioning the clip, Millie wrote, “Introducing Sienna’s Big Girl’s Bedroom Thinking of Sienna’s new bedroom, I wanted something whimsical and feminine but also a little fun!
“I worked with children’s interior designer @joannalandaisinteriors on both girls’ bedrooms, she was amazing at bringing my ideas to life!
“Joanna created digital designs so I could imagine what the space would look like, designing a room can be a bit overwhelming, but Joanna understood my vision and made the process super simple.
“I wanted Sienna’s room to be something that worked for her now but would also grow with her (not something we would need to redecorate in a few years!) and I think we really struck the balance, from @sianzeng’s beautiful dollhouse mural that Sienna is obsessed with!
“I love the different shades of pink around the room which make it look a little sophisticated when paired with a mix of textures, from the lamp to the cushions and the beautiful canopy over her bed. When I walk in in Sienna’s room, I feel instantly happy and I think she likes it too.”