The Deans have become unglued. Upon reading Friday's article "Princess Bedrooms That Rule" the Deans were introduced to a horror they could never have dreamt up. Apparently, people are creating princess bedrooms for their little girls and think nothing of dropping $60,000 for a Murano glass chandelier and $35,000 for beds in the shape of carriages. Where to even begin to discuss how much we despise this trend?
Mothers and interior designers believe they are fulfilling little girls' dreams, but these schemes are the stuff of nightmares, beginning with the fact that the rooms are hideously ugly. Move on to the sense of entitlement that these rooms create for their occupants, not to not mention the value system such rooms perpetuate. Children innately believe the world revolves around them and this myth does not need to be reinforced. A child's sense of wonder is crushed beneath the weight of so much tastelessness. A bedroom that screams fantasy so loudly stifles the imagination.
Take a look at Kate Middleton's childhood bedroom and Dolly Parton's below: