Today, with so many design options on the market, styling and decorating a little girl’s room has never been more exciting and fun! Regardless of your budget, there are patterned bedspreads and brightly coloured paint available that will bring a layer of optimism and innocence to any little princess’s room. Here are some classic design elements your little darling is sure to love.
Location, Location, Location!
Contrary to popular belief, girls who want cool and contemporary beds don’t need slides, bunk beds or a canopy. Sometimes where a bed is situated in the room has a greater impact than the actual style of the bed. For example, if your room has a cute little alcove or a fun ceiling slant, consider putting the bed under there. This will add a fun element to the room and make the area stand out from the rest.
Show Her the World
Does your little girl have the travel bug? Why not show her the world through fun decor and artwork. Some great and cost-effective options for this include”
- A map bedspread
- Black and white photos of her favourite cities
- A large mural of her favourite landmark
- A globe
- Stuffed animals from around the world
- An Eiffel tower jewellery holder
- Travel themed wallpaper
Make a Statement with the Headboard
If you are looking for a stand out accent piece consider purchasing (or even making if you are an avid do-it-yourselfer) a textured, vibrant headboard. There are a wide variety of options when it comes to these, including a mix of patterns, solid colours or a one made with a combination of materials that will surely make any girl’s room ultra personal. These can be designed or purchased in a variety of shapes and sizes, which makes it a great choice for any style of room.
Choose a Timeless and Colour Scheme
Although some might find it tempting, choosing to go with a soft colour and an elegant, classic style will keep your girl’s room timeless and relevant as she grows up. Neutral walls and furniture have the ability to create a feeling of sophistication and unity which allow for fun patterned window treatments, area rugs, and bedding to be the centre of attention.