MOST little girls' bedrooms are just decorated with a lick of pink paint.
But it's a different story when you are the latest addition to MADONNA's brood.
The singer is pulling out all the stops to give new adopted daughter MERCY the most glamorous pad she could wish for.
And she has called on pal and fellow mumGWYNETH PALTROW to supervise.
Madge was finally given permission to adopt four-year-old Mercy last week, and the Malawian tot is expected to join the family in New York in the next few days.
Madge is currently renovating her £20million New York townhouse and has a huge shopping wishlist to fill the youngster's new room.
It includes porcelain dolls, antique teddy bears, a library of leather-bound children's books and ancient maps of Africa to adorn the walls.
Madonna already has an adopted three-year-old son from Malawi, DAVID BANDA, whom she took on in 2006.
A source revealed: "Madge wants Mercy to feel like a little princess when she arrives.
"Gwyneth has a home in the Hamptons area of New York and Madonna was so impressed with her daughter APPLE
"As well as all the items inside, she's also commissioned a mini Georgian-style treehouse for Mercy and David in her garden.
"She's been filling Mercy's wardrobe at the same time.
"She's stocked up on cashmere sweaters, dresses and silk tunics and has had a new charm bracelet made for her.
"It features a miniature bell, a Statue of Liberty, a map of Africa and lockets with photos of everyone in her new family."
And it is not just Madonna who is planning to spoil Mercy.
Madge's eldest girl, Lourdes, has been on a spree, too.
The source added: "Lourdes is beside herself with excitement about her new sister.
"She's really looking forward to having a little girl in the house she can care for. She's bought piles of leggings, hipster T-shirts, tutus and trainers for the new arrival."source