This weekend, Flora Furst is having a 10-girl sleepover in her fairy-tale pink bedroom—and every attendee gets to sleep in a bunk bed. "Cross your fingers for me," says her mom, Estee Stanley, who as principal at Hancock Design is no stranger to making dream rooms a reality. When her family moved into the Los Angeles residence in 2007, Flora's room was an upstairs kitchen. A full remodel ensued, and the brightly lit space was transformed into a dining room, then a little boy's room for Flora's brother, and finally this pale pink wonderland equipped with six beds (two sets of these brilliant trundles) for instances such as this weekend. "She loves having friends over and dies for sleepovers, so it was natural to have all of these bunk beds installed," says Mom.
Indulging her daughter's every whim was clearly a priority—pan right to the wall mural of a whimsical tree, which bends over an A-frame tent for Flora to play in—but Estee succeeded in making the room feel totally sophisticated at the same time. Here's how she did it.