Sunday, May 1, 2011

Children's Room For Girl

Girl's pink bedroom

Apply one shade of paint to a single wall, a section or the whole room, this will help in the selection of co-ordinating bed linen and soft furnishings, such as this canopy fabric from Osborne & Little. Add further colour accents with a rug from Aspace and a Laura Ashley chandelier.

 

Multifunctional girl's bedroom

Young adults are hard to please so give them lots of input. Provide plenty of storage so there's no excuse for mess, and make sure they have a good study area. Invest in a trundle bed for those sleepover parties, and a dedicate a space in the bedroom for studying.


 

Pop art-inspired child's bedroom

The graphic orange and pink wallpaper on the walls and ceiling of this bedroom give it a colourful pop art-style feel. An abundance of cushions and throws in mismatched patterns create an eclectic look where clashing is encouraged.

 

Girl's vibrant bedroom

Bright and colourful cushions, bed linen and curtains provide colourful accents in this girl's bedroom. White walls mean the scheme can easily be updated, and large windows mean the scheme is constantly light and airy.


 

Girl's bedroom storage

This glass-panelled New England wardrobe is ideal for storing children's clothing. A tiny chair, wellingtons and basket in acid colours are set against a brightly-painted wall, while paintings are pinned to a line above.

 

Little girl's bedroom

This child's bedroom has been cleverly decorated so that it is easily adaptable as the child grows up. A pretty duvet cover and other feminine touches, such as fabric hearts hanging from the drawer handles add a personal touch.

 Modern girl's bedroom

Green and white paintwork, combined with pink accessories and floral motifs, gives this girl's bedroom a stylish edge.

 

 Teen bedroom

The brick walls have been painted a soft pink to create a girly feel in this bedroom. Sparkle is added to the mirror by gluing beads to the frame. Retro wall art adds personal touches, and the bedside trunk is useful for storing away bits and pieces.

 

Girl’s playful pink bedroom

For a girly look, choose heart bedding and pretty curtains to match. A pink table lamp continues the theme, while furniture in a light-coloured wood is more subtle and won’t overpower the girly furnishings and colour scheme.

 

Girl's bedroom storage

Create a cosy reading area for bedtime stories with a comfortable armchair and reading light. Keep furniture neutral so it can be updated with accessories and wall pattern as the child starts to grow.


 Small girl's bedroom

A day bed is a quirky alternative to a regular bed. A pink quilt, which can easily be changed as they grow, is the best way to add a shot of colour to a child's room.

 

Little girl's bedroom

Palest pink on the walls in this room creates a feminine feel without dominating the scheme. Rustic wooden furniture has a relaxed feel, and won't show scratches or marks - ideal for a child's bedroom. White tongue-and-groove, cream carpet and a blue rug all help to balance the look so that the pink is subtle and not overpowering.

 

Children's bedroom for a girl

Pink is the obvious choise for a girl, but to prevent it becoming too sugary use a mix of patterns in vibrant shades of raspberry, red and orange. Temper them with white walls and furniture to keep the look fresh and contemporary for girls aged 8 to 12.

 

 

 Girly pink bedroom

White painted furniture is brightened up with patterned bedding, curtains and accessories, giving this bedroom a distinctive girly feel, while a classic dressing table is a charming addition.


Personalised child's room

Use letters to spell your child’s name and hang up treasured items on hooks, such as baby bootees, special outfits and school medals. 

2 comments:

  1. Such cute rooms. I love bloging about children's rooms

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