Decorate a little girl's room
Here are a few ideas to illustrate that decorating a bedroom for a little girl can be fun.
Use your imagination and look for unique and creative ways to add colour, dress up the room and incorporate accessories to create a room that is comfortable and pretty.
A favourite movie or book can inspire the design for a young girl's bedroom. The fanciful headboard add to the fairy-tale feel of the room. Dressed in pink, green, white and orange the room is colourful without being to bold.
When decorating a bedroom for a youngster always bear in mind that the walls need to be easy to clean. Choose a paint that is scrubbable just in case they decide to practice their talents on the walls! Paint is available in a variety of sheens and finishes ranging from flat or matt to glossy. Be aware, however, that while brighter sheens are easier to wipe clean, they don't hide imperfections in the walls as well. In addition, various manufacturers offer paints specifically formulated for easy cleaning.
A tangy trio of watermelon pink, lime green, and lemon yellow brings out the glow in this garden party bedroom. Walls decorated with images of flowers, watering cans, and bugs supplied the inspiration for the hand-painted images. The designs were first drawn and then painted using fine-tipped artist brushes. A coronet above the bed and decorative valance finish off the room.
Flower Power Room
Inventive colours and perky accents combine to create an irresistible preteen scheme in this bedroom. A practical, multicolour quilt, with its purple, green, and yellow squares, provided the palette. Whimsical flowers sprout from boxes under framed mirror "windows" and at the tops of curtain panels and giant dragonflies hold back the curtains.
Space and Function
This little girl's room puts every bit of space to good use. A built-in bed with a handy trundle is the focal point of this gender-neutral space. Inexpensive kitchen cabinets used as nightstands flank the bed. Decorative drawer fronts attached to the trundle bed tie the custom look together. The sleeping nook is topped off with a bright yellow and white awning.
To leave ample floor space for play, consider adding a Murphy bed. Out of sight when not in use, the Murphy bed allows plenty of space for activities.