How an 18-Year-Old Equestrian Worked With an Interior Designer for Her Dream Room

For many of us, redecorating our room or dorm means a few trips to Target, Ikea, and Bed Bath and Beyond and hoping we can put together something that resembles what we’ve been saving on our Pinterest boards.
In Tenafly, New Jersey, though, one 18-year-old’s redecoration came with the help of a seasoned decorator who helped her channel her longtime equestrian passion into her bedroom decor. Caroline Adler worked with Charles Pavarini III, president of Pavarini Design inc. to turn her vision (inspired by a store in the Hamptons) into a bedroom reality for the ultimate sleeping, studying, and hanging out space — the design even won an award from the American Society of Interior Designers for Excellence in Design.
Though soon Caroline will only get to visit her dream room (she’s starting as a freshman at Syracuse this fall), we guarantee there’s nothing more appealing than coming home on school breaks to home-cooked food, loving family, and a room that feels just like you. Read on to see more of Caroline’s room; find out about her design process and working with Charles; and how she’s preparing to decorate her dorm room.


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