Has your daughter outgrown her room décor? I know it’s fun to decorate your little girl’s room with Disney or cartoon characters, but as your daughter gets closer to her pre-teen or teenage years cartoons and princesses just don’t work for her anymore.
Here is how you can create a décor that suits your daughter and allows her to grow into her own space.
Bright colors in combination – Don’t be a afraid to experiment with colors – greens, blues, purples, oranges, and yellow. Consider painting stripes or alternating walls. Keep the furniture simple – plain white, and add color with a brown and cream zebra striped satin duvet set.
Go Parisian – What’s more sophisticated than a Parisian bedroom. Use alternating stripes of white and pink paint on the wall, with lots of pictures of French landmarks. Add ruffled pillow shams and split corner bedskirt with lots of extra throw pillows – in a variety of colors.
Trendy Toile – Toile is an incredibly popular fabric. Toile is a repeating scene of one color against a white background. These fabrics are a little busy, but are great accents when used with plain white sheets or comforters. Add embroidered or eyelet bedskirts for an elegant look.
It’s time to give your daughter a space that lets her feel a little bit grown up, while still letting her be a kid. These styles make for a great girls bedroom.