Ann Lowengart Interiors Presents Smoll's Room Redux


Inspired by Principal Designer Annie Lowengart’s sister’s childhood bedroom, Smoll’s Room Redux is a chic take on a classic color combination. Reimagined with today’s girl in mind, this hip, Bohemian space—envisioned in pink and orange—captures the joy of girlhood. Playful patterns, organic artwork, and unexpected accent colors honor Smoll’s incredible joie de vivre. This warm, inviting bedroom is perfect for the little girl who will one day live out her dreams as a strong, sophisticated woman.

Collaborating with local design-tech disruptors, Annie selected home decor pieces and accessories from online vintage marketplace Chairish and turned to furniture revitalization atelier, Revitaliste, to transform a chair, nightstand, side table and headboards to complete the look. The space introduces innovative approaches to wallpaper application—from the Flavor Paper geometric print on the ceiling to the Osborne & Little wallpaper covering on the nightstand. Using Robert Allen Design fabric throughout, Annie infused the room with color and pattern for a fresh feel. 

As seen in Elle DecorCurbed SFLonny and the San Francisco Chronicle



Anthem - Hide Benches

Chairish - Chair, nightstand, side table, headboard

Dian Jones - Wallcovering Installation

Flavor Paper - Wallpaper (used on ceiling)

Floortex Design - Floor Refinishing

HEWN - Floor Lamp from Aesthetic Décor

Jerry Wong - Painter

Jonathan Adler - Puzzle Chandelier

Kneedler-Fauchère - Wallpaper from Nobilis

Madeline Weinrib - Carpet

Osborne & Little - Wallcovering (used on nightstand)

Pottery Barn - Bedshams

Quintus - Table lamp, dresser

Revitaliste - Drapery, upholstery, bed skirt, furniture lacquer

Robert Allen Design - Fabric

Serena & Lily - Bedding

Simon Breitbard Fine Arts - Artwork by Jeremy Holmes and Terry Romero Paul