Kids’ Room Design – Girls!

Making a girl’s room into a fun, playful environment that she’ll love can be a perplexing task. Believe me, I’ve been through it with two of my own. And I wish I went with some of these design options, like this room with fairy-tale quality to it.  The massive crib of course can be easy changed to a day bed, of twin bed. Love the color choices in this room, subtle yet bright.

So letting your kids go this far may be difficult but consider how easy it is to be creative using wall stickers.  Your child’s favorite cartoon characters can be the crazy and fun way to allow her to express herself.  These stickers are affordable and easy to place and remover.

Don’t forger color is a child’s room. This stylish kid’s room features an unusual palette of green and sherbet orange…quite unique.

The pink girl’s room is a thing of the past, well, maybe not completely, but this subtle color palette of pink, pale green, and white give this space a fresh and stylish feel, so beyond the pink comforter and curtains.

But if you must think pink, this room creation in light red painted walls and furniture is a perfect tween expression.  Love the modern feel and the built in look of the desk and drawers which make this small space pretty as well as functional.

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2 responses to “Kids’ Room Design – Girls!

  1. I love these! Having the doll house on top of a small drawer storage unit is a perfect idea! Makes sense for storing furniture or dollies they aren’t playing with! I’ve been looking for more DIY ideas to keep me busy during my husband’s deployment. I think I’m gonna have to redo the kids rooms now 🙂

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