Dream Bedroom Ideas for Girls
We work with many different clients for their interior design and décor needs, but one of my most important clients is my daughter. Not too long ago, I had the opportunity to redesign my daughter’s room – and as much as I was sad to transition her out of her nursery, I was excited to design a room she would love and grow into. Here’s a glimpse into what I did.
We started off by painting the walls in Benjamin Moore's Gray Owl.
This colour was a perfect choice to brighten up the space. I chose this colour because we had white furniture that I wanted to pop in the room.
To add a little personality to the walls, I found some decals from Urban Walls. It brought me back to Tulum, so naturally I bought it – and with its neutral tones with a of touch blush, it was perfect for the look I was going for. The decals were easy to install, and we were able to create our own design. The oversized palm leaves really made a statement. almost a work of art.
I searched high and low for a bed frame and headboard. Since it was going to be the main piece in the room, I wanted it to be perfect. I finally found a cute house like bed frame. It is unique and also functional – with the pull-out bed below, it is perfect for sleepovers with her friends.
To add some excitement, you can easily wrap twinkle lights or foliage around the frame . The bedding we picked out was from Urban Outfitter. The duvet cover is simple yet playful with the dotted fringe patterns.
To coordinate with the Tulum vibe brought in with the wall decals, I incorporated woven textures, and natural wood such as her rug from Restoration Hardware, her side table from Simons Home, and a cute light dream catcher.
Both her shelf and mirror are from Bouclair home, and the curved objects helped soften the space.
The Reading Nook
My daughter’s room has a cute little nook in the corner, so I thought it would be fun maximize that space and have a spot for us to read her bedtime stories. I decided to not go with a built-in bench, in case we decide to put a desk in the area for when she is a little older. Instead I found a a bench that fit perfectly in the space – but we had a problem - it was black.
So, my husband and I found some chalk paint from Behr and painted it to match the room. It was a quick and easy fix. We also added a custom bench cushion and threw some boho type pillow from H&M. to finish the space.
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