If you have little girl, then sooner or later your going to be looking for ideas for decorating a girls bedroom because every little girl wants her room to be a special place that she loves to be in. Here some tips that might help you out.
One thing you might consider is going with a decorating theme. This is usually a character or certain type of thing your little girl likes. It could be something like Dora the Explorer, Hello Kitty or even a more general theme like ballerinas or animals.
Luckily, you can get girls bedding sets with these themes on them which will help pull the room together. What you want to do if this is the direction you’re going in, is find a bedding set that you really like and then paint the room one of the colors from the set. Now you don’t want to use the predominant color because I’ll be too much but pick one of the accent colors and use that on the walls. Look for accessories that match the scheme or the colors in the bedding to round out the room.
Color Focused Bedrooms
Another thing you might want to consider is opting for a particular color scheme that you can personalize for most any theme with accent pieces. This is a great idea if you don’t want to redecorate the room every year because you can just switch out the bedding and accent pieces and give it a totally different look.
If you are going to go with color, make sure that you choose a palette that your daughter will like well into her teens. You could paint all four walls the same color, or add a little interest by painting one wall a different color or even adding wallpaper. If you do go with wallpaper though you want to be sure you don’t add anything to specific that will box you into a certain theme.
Make sure that the rug is not the exact same color as the walls as this will be too monochromatic. Usually a darker colored rug is a good way to go especially in a kid’s room.
If you are like most parents, you’re probably on a budget which is why this is one of the most popular ideas for decorating a girls bedroom. Of course, like anything that saves money this method involves some leg work and elbow grease. First you’ll want to choose a color scheme for the room.
Getting furniture and artwork for the walls can be expensive but if you shop at secondhand stores you can get some really great stuff for pennies on the dollar. You’ll probably want to paint the furniture to match the color palette in the room and this way you can get mismatched pieces but make them seem like they match because they will all be the same color. Tie them together and add interest by replacing the knobs and handles with colorful interesting knobs.