When Ree Drummond-or as you may know her, the Pioneer Woman-set out to transform her family's attic into a bedroom for daughters Alex, 14, and Paige, 12, the girls had one rebellious request: no cowgirl themes. So Drummond sought an urban counterpoint in Manhattan designers Cortney and Robert Novogratz, who fashioned a retreat that's a little bit country, a little bit rock 'n' roll.
The room was previously an unused storage space in the attic.
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1. Move over, monograms! Instead of relying on embroidered initials, the Novogratzes personalized the girls' room with full-fledged portraits by artist Linda Mason.
3. Get into the swing of things with a hanging bed. TheRead More »from Inside the Pioneer Woman's Bedroom Makeover