As a designer, I love unique projects that allow me to have fun and move away from the more standard jobs we take on like kitchens and main living areas. I have such a good time playing around with teenage girl bedroom ideas because they are often funky and girly and experiment with color and pattern way more than an adult would want. This lovely space is one that I recently designed for a young client that wanted an unconventional yellow and blue color palette for her bedroom and on suite bath. She prefers feminine detailing like ruffles and floral patterns but wanted me to use bedroom decor ideas that made the space feel very elegant and grown up.
Ever since I got pregnant with my first daughter I have been on the hunt for girls room ideas that could grow and mature with her. I don't want to decorate a nursery, then completly redo it to a toddler room just a few years later, then a little girls space, and then finally a teenage bedroom. I would prefer to have a base design that can be updated and tweaked to conform to her changing decor tastes and interests. This beautiful space is a great example of bedroom decoration that is not too juvenile, yet sweet enough that a crib and some plush textiles could be added to suit a newborn. I think the key to the design is the soft taupe color palette, accented by very classic neutral furniture pieces, and subtle pops of purple and pink.
Ever since the day I found out that we are pregnant with a baby girl, I have been hunting all over for the perfect nursery decor for her little room. I always thought that I would want all pink everything for a girl but, as I have been looking at designs, my favorite rooms are actually those that feature slightly unconventional color palettes like grey, greens, and blues. This sweet space is actually my favorite photo that I have found and the one that will inspire my future baby girl room decor. I love the muted color palette of subtle teal, grey and touches of pink. It is a very soothing combination and one that I think can grow with her over the years.
I love it when one of our clients adds on one of their kid's bedrooms to our remodel projects because it is such a welcome change to play around with teen room ideas as opposed to the usual kitchen and bath designs we are used to. This elegant space is my all time favorite bedroom I have ever worked on because it is so chic, yet playful and whimsical at the same time. My client's middle school aged daughter wanted a space that was very grown-up yet reminiscent of the fairytales she loved as a child. We chose the ultimate girls wall decor, a lovely golden brocade wallpaper that just screams elegance and looks like something out of Cinderella's castle. To accent this showpiece, I found a fancy upholstered bed and topped it with luxurious mauve and rose bedding.
With so many kids room ideas and different styling options available, it can be difficult when deciding on a design for your child’s room. White furniture in both the bedroom and adjoined bathroom compliments the fresh, clean look of the pastel walls and curtains, while also keeping the room youthful for our daughter. For our little girl room decor, we decided to keep it sweet and simple using accent colors of pastel pinks and mint greens. In the bathroom, we used a dark salmon colored granite on both the countertops and the accent tiles on the floor and in the shower to bring just a touch of modern to the space.
Finding teen bedroom ideas that inspire and help maximize space is no easy task. I had the perfect bright, spacious room in mind, and I wanted to design a bedroom that made the most of those features. When looking through examples of girls bedroom decor, I was especially drawn to simplified designs, hushed tones, and interesting patterns used in moderation. I came up with this bedroom design that ticks all of the boxes. Simple patterns, clean geometric, and delicate floral come together to create a minimalist yet powerful design. All the best girls room decor follows these neutral color palette enhancing the room’s natural brightness, while a refined use of decoration combats clutter and keeps the room feeling open.