Décor Solutions: Girl’s Bedroom

Simple design ideas for a girl’s bedroom…

Transform your little girl’s bedroom into her very own chic, playful retreat. With a few simple steps you can achieve a fresh, clean feminine space for her to rest, sleep and play. Fit for a princess (and her teenage self a few years down the line!) finding bedroom décor to suit both your needs and taste couldn’t be easier…

 

Pick a Theme

Girl Bedroom Decor

Kitten’s Bedset / Kitten’s Wallpaper / Kitty Soft Toy 

Choosing a key theme or colour palette is central to the success of starting your project. Whether that be washes of girly pastel tones, vibrant floral bloom prints or retelling a whimsical fairytale story of it’s own, play to your little one’s interests with unique, personal touches. Push the boat out with a focal wall; a bold colour or eye-catching print keeps décor looking modern with a funky twist. Invest in well-made cream furniture pieces that can remain through all stages of childhood. These can always be revamped with a lick of paint and fancy hooks later on in teen years for a more sophisticated look.

 

Sleepy Head

Sleepy head

Clementine Patchwork Bedspread / Emily Ivory Bed / Esme Pink Storage Boxes

Ensure she has the perfect night’s sleep with our Emily Ivory Bed, its classic style will work with any chosen theme, providing a soft haven to lay her head. With girly sleepovers in full flow, simply pull out the under-bed mattress and let the fun begin! When choosing bedlinen, go full steam ahead mix and matching different prints, colours and textures – for an extra pop add a colourful throw to create a den like feel!

 

Stylish Storage

Stylish Storage

Ruby White CabinetEsme Pink Storage Boxes / Cream Heart Shelf

Keep bedroom space clutter-free with clever storage solutions. Bookcases are a trusty favourite of ours, let it showcase her favourite toys, collectables and bed-time stories. It will soon become an eye-catching feature of the room! Get clever with space, whether that be girly storage boxes or adorning walls with hooks and shelves – savvy storage spells the end of messy rooms!

 

Make Space 

Make space 3

Butterfly Cushion / Pink Bean Bag Bella Butterfly Rug

Bedrooms are not just for sleep, let her imagination run wild by creating a chill-out play space, scatter cushions and bean bags to make way for hours of fun. Find space for quiet time, when school rolls around and homework starts, a fuss free desk is a must to help keep focus.

 

Added Accessories

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Three Hanging Frames / Heart Bunting / Felt Butterfly Stickers / Medium Glass Jar /  Butterfly Wall Mirror

Here are a few of our top decorative touches:

-  Frame the room with our Heart Shaped Buntings. This super easy touch adds a playful element.

-  Get personal by adding favourite family photos or hand-made drawings to funky frames

-  Wall art stickers are a budget friendly way of jazzing up a plain wall, creating a visual impact in minutes.

-  Be creative with glass jars – add memories, mementoes and keepsakes of special occasions neatly stored in these cool see-through jars.

-  Light up her room with these cute fairy lights, woven around a bed frame they provide a soothing atmosphere when winding down for bed-time.

 

What is your favourite theme for a little girl’s room? We LOVE the pastel pink shades… Do you have any top tips for styling up a girl’s room?

2 Comments

This post offers great stylish suggestions for a girl’s bedroom. There are many different DIY and craft ideas that will help create the desired theme for the bedroom all while staying within budget. Taking your own ideas and turning them into artwork for the room can be fun. Tying all of the ideas together and staying within a certain theme will help the whole bedroom flow. You can also add a Laura Ashley mattress!

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