Could this girls bedroom decor get any cuter! I absolutely love the awesome tent like effect that the created on the ceiling of the canopy bed and carried through to the gorgeous custom drapes. When I found this design while searching for teenage girl bedroom ideas for my daughter, I knew that I wanted to replicate something like this for her. Her chosen colors are blush pink, soft aqua and a muted gold, which I think would all look beautiful within this design. The more elegant and grown up shades will also prevent it from looking like kids room decor, and instead give a very palatial look. Now I just need to find some sort of tutorial online for how to actually make a bed like this.
Girls bedroom decor is one of my favorite things to research (for clients) because it is often so whimsical and fun. I love this boho chic teen room decor done in muted pinks and beautiful natural wood tones. I would have been thrilled to have a space like this when I was growing up, and certainly home that I have a daughter one day that I can make a room like this for. The best part about this space is definitely the vintage bed. The cool tile design on the back is such a great contrast to the more geometric footboard and coordinates perfectly with the accent furniture. The room even features a whimsical beaded chandelier that you see in many girls bedroom ideas, and is the perfect size to work in either a child or adult's room.
For my daughter's birthday she asked to redesign her room, and since I love DIY projects I said yes. We searched through many options for girls bedroom decor, finding many popular princess and floral themes, but she wanted something else. Her favorite color is green so she chose an outdoor camping theme with bright green paint on the walls. Bright shades of paint are becoming increasingly popular in kids bedroom ideas, especially the neon shades. These tones can brighten up the room and give it a fun and playful feel for your child's room. To add something unique, we surrounded her bed with a tent to add to the camping feel. Over the bed canopies are very popular in little girl room decor, and can be added to any design plan.
How cute is this purple-themed girls bedroom decor. I just love picking out bedroom color schemes for kids because they are so excited to play around with bold shades that adults would often shy away from. The deep purple accent wall is such a fantastic choice to pair with the plush velvet drapes and cute paisley comforter set. The combination is youthful yet grown-up enough to stay relevant into her teen and college years. I especially like the girls bedroom furniture they chose because again, it has classic yet youthful lines. She could easily use it in her first apartment or home with some updated bed linens and a different color palette (or the same depending on her decor preferences).
This is such a fun twist on your typical all-pink girls bedroom decor. I love how the bedroom decor ideas that they used focus around this pretty bright Kelly green color that is both painted on the walls as well as carried throughout the decorative light fixtures and cute trinkets on the bookshelf. It was smart of them to keep the rest of the textiles quite neutral in these beige tones so as not to overwhelm the room with even more color. Besides all that, my absolute favorite element of their cute room decor is the awesome tent installed over the bed. What a fantastic way to make a cozy play area as well as make going to bed at night fun.
I love playing around with girls bedroom decor because you can have so much fun with whimsical touches and unconventional decorative elements that (most) adults would never dream to use in their room. This girls room decor was one of my favorite spaces that I have ever worked on because the romantic fairytale theme is something that I certainly wish I could have had as a child. Between the princess-style canopy bed and the adorable cottage playhouse, it has every detail that a little girl would love. Even better, as you can see, they were able to transition from their baby girl room decor (although they are still using the canopy crib) into a more toddler oriented space because of the versatility of the pieces we chose.