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Girls bedroom design ideas.



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We had so much fun designing our 5 year old’s bedroom.  It’s just awesome.  This is our lovely girl’s bedroom design ideas gallery.

Girl’s Bedroom Photo Gallery

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There's also a kids bedroom featuring colorful furniture and a classy rug along with a desk and built-in shelf.Trulia



The girls bedroom has a shade of purple with its purple rug, bed and curtains perfectly fits the classy wall. Photo credit: Sean LitchfieldKNOF design


The girls bedroom also has its own dressing area. Photo credit: Sean LitchfieldKNOF design


Another look of the girls bedroom featuring its classy walls and comfortable bed along with a side table topped by a beautiful lamp. Photo credit: Sean LitchfieldKNOF design


Another look of the girls bedroom focusing on its huge bed, side table and wall decors. Photo Credit: Raquel LangworthyChango & Co.


The bedroom offers a sitting space surrounded by stylish walls. Photo Credit: Raquel LangworthyChango & Co.


The girls bedroom also boasts stylish walls and elegant side table. Photo Credit: Raquel LangworthyChango & Co.


A pink background with beautiful, varied butterflies is the perfect decoration for a little girl’s room. CEILTRIM


Kids bedroom with bunk bed, green walls and cool tree mural.


Girls bedroom with wood floor, desk and a Scandinavian style lamp.


Serena Williams' house: This pink bedroom creates an undeniable feminine atmosphere complete with a settee and chandelier.Source: Trulia


A heavy red bedroom for young girls.Photo by Jessica C - Browse kids' room photos


A small simple young girls' bedroom.Photo by ADF Interiors - Browse bedroom photos


A small simple young girls' bedroom.Photo by Whimsy Interiors - Search kids' room pictures


White and red young girls' small bedroom.Photo by Ethan Allen Design Team of WNY - Browse home design photos


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Mid-sized classic pink bedroom for young girls.Photo by Chambers Interiors & Associates, Inc. - Look for kids' room design inspiration


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White and red bedroom for young girls.Photo by Karen B Wolf Interiors, Associate ASID - Browse kids' room photos

Types of Girls Bedrooms

Most potential homeowners want extra bedrooms for multiple generations, according to the 2017 American Institute of Architects Home Design Trends Survey. Parents often feel compelled to have separate rooms for their children. They recognize that it’s an important part of growing up and finding their way.

That’s why you’ll see that new homes have three or more bedrooms. Planning and decorating a kid’s room involves extra attention to details unique to this type. Their space, after all, is part of their identity. There are also special considerations you need to take into account no matter if it is a boy or a girl’s bedroom. Let’s review some design ideas.

A. Preliminary Bedroom Planning

The planning process for the types of girls bedrooms differs from that of the master bedroom. First, it’s likely smaller which can present some design challenges. Second, your child will often use this space for other things than sleep. It may act as a playroom or study area. And finally, it’s likely to be a work in progress that will change as your kid ages.

The basics of building permits and interior design still apply. Rather than following a particular style, you may find that a theme is more appropriate. You’ll need to set a budget that you can live with right from the start.

B. Bedroom Costs

Remodeling isn’t cheap especially if you’re planning on making big changes to the structure. The building permit alone could set you back upward of $1,237, according to Home Advisor. Since the room’s decor will change, you can keep your costs in check with focusing on wall color changes rather than installing anything new.

Furniture, such as a bed (consider a bunk bed) and a dresser will likely be your biggest expense. Plan on $1,000 or more for good quality pieces that will handle the rough treatment they probably receive. Secondhand or antique stores are excellent places to find a used piece that you can refurbish into something brand new. You can get your daughter involved with the project to make it a learning experience.

C. Types of Girls Bedrooms

The types of bedrooms are as varied as the children themselves. It boils down to a unique combination of style, theme, and color. The goal is to create a space where a child feels comfortable with just enough privacy and individuality thrown into the mix.

1. Single versus a Shared Room

One of the first decisions you may need to make is whether a child gets their own room or if they share with a sibling. As a parent, you’d probably prefer each kid has their personal space. It’s an excellent way to teach them to take proper care of their things. It also fosters independence. But sharing isn’t a bad thing either.

Your daughter will get valuable lessons in cooperation. It can also make that move out of Mom and Dad’s room easier and less scary. It works best if the children are close in age. Make sure each child has their own space. Let’s consider next the different types.

2. Loft Style Bedrooms

A loft style bedroom isn’t a common style and only found in less than 3 percent of homes. But you can still get that look with a bed that mirrors this design. It will sit higher above the floor than a standard one. Like a bunk bed, it’ll have some type of access whether it’s stairs or a ladder. But the area underneath it isn’t wasted.

They’ll often include features like a chest of drawers or wardrobe to optimize the use of space. It’s an excellent option for small bedrooms or if you have a limited budget.

3. Bunk Bed Style

A bunk bed can accommodate one to three children, depending on the style. Many are a far cry from the standard unit you may have shared with your sibling. Like the loft style, they are great space savers. They will also have extra storage area for clothes and toys. Many will include other features such as desks for creating a study room.

Some take on the characteristics of a loft style by placing the bed above the desk and drawers. You’ll also see specialized features like canopies and princess-style designs that are perfect for a girl’s bedroom. Just keep in mind that these types have a shorter lifespan than more functional ones.

4. Multifunctional Bedrooms

It’s essential to remember that these rooms will serve multiple functions which can influence how you decorate it and what furniture you choose. They’ll likely be a playroom and study area too. That can make the arrangement tricky in a small space.

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D. Features

The design elements and principles of design that help you decorate a master bedroom may not rank as high with the types of girls bedrooms. It’s all about pleasing your daughter. There are two things to remember. First, adequate space is essential. Leave at least three feet of space around the bed if room allows. Second, comfort is king. The room should help your child sleep.

1. Lighting

Proper lighting will make a bedroom more sleep-friendly. Overhead lighting will make playtime more fun and give the room a cheery feel. Flush or semi-flush mounts offer good options for ambient light. You can also include a table lamp to help make the transition to sleep easier at night.

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If there’s a desk in the room, add a study light. And, of course, a nightlight is essential, especially for younger children. Make sure the light is dim so that it doesn’t interfere with sleep. You’ll find lighting that is both gender and age-specific. But remember to keep the lifespan in mind. That cute princess light might become dated. A more economical option is to swap out lampshades instead.

2. Flooring Options

Carpeting is the go-to choice in over 40 percent of bedrooms. It offers a softer landing in case someone falls than a surface like hardwood. The drawback for a girl’s bedroom is the risk of spills. Nylon fibers are the most popular material. While highly resilient to traffic, they’re also the most susceptible to stains.

Polyester is another option you can consider. It’s easy to clean, but it doesn’t handle the wear as well as nylon. You can add a rug to areas that may get a lot of use such as under a desk or near a play table.

3. Furnishings

The bed will occupy most of the room especially if it’s multifunctional. That’ll save on space for a dresser. You should consider adding a desk if there isn’t one. It’s not unlike having your work area at your job. It’s a place where your child can focus on completing their lessons. With their own personal touches, you may find that it encourages them to study.

4. Shelves, Bookcases, and Storage

Storage will likely make up most of the other furniture in your child’s bedroom. They’ll need space to store toys and other playthings. You might want to consider adding a dual-function piece like a reading nook if there’s room. It’s a subtle but effective way to encourage your daughter to explore books and other educational materials.

These additions will help teach your children organizational skills. As adults, they’ll appreciate the lesson in reducing clutter.

5. Window Treatments

Window treatments help create an environment conducive to sleep. You can choose room-darkening curtains or shades to block out outside lights that may disturb your child’s slumber. If you live in an urban area, noise-reducing curtains are another option you might consider. These choices offer excellent ways to control the light and outside sounds.

You can use whatever option you pick to add color or to create a focal point for her room. After all, switching out curtains is a lot easier—and cheaper—than redoing an entire room.

E. Style and Themes

The chances are that your child’s room will be a combination of a style and theme. It may break the design rules, but that’s okay. You may find that a distinct one isn’t evident at all. The bedroom may be more eclectic than anything else. Some popular themes for girl bedrooms include:

  • Color-Based Rooms
  • Princess Style
  • Storybook
  • Favorite Animals
  • Cartoon Characters
  • Movies

Style is less well-defined. Let’s face it. Your child isn’t asking for a contemporary room. You’re creating it with the furniture you select. Decors that lean toward a minimalist look work well in these cases. Modern and Scandinavian are fine options. You can also opt for something with a cozy feel like traditional or cottage.

Beach is another possibility which can add a bit of whimsy to a bedroom. It’s safe to say that the design rules in any case are less stringent and more relaxed. However, try to keep a sense of harmony and balance to create a pleasant atmosphere whether your daughter is playing with friends or taking an afternoon nap.

F. Size

Your girl’s bedroom is most likely on the smaller size and not near as big as your master bedroom. You can make the room seem larger by painting the walls or even just the ceiling white. Resist the temptation to fill the entire room even if your child wants to fill it with toys. Remember the rule for creating a comfortable space.

G. Color

Bold colors are common features in all kid rooms. But shades that are too loud can make it difficult for a child to settle down at night. The psychology of color isn’t lost on them. You can limit brighter hues to an accent wall while keeping the rest of the room neutral. White offers an excellent option that will act as an ideal backdrop no matter what the style or additions.

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You can also incorporate color with accent pieces such as posters or other wall hangings. Stencils and wall decals offer other ways to create an inviting atmosphere that your child will enjoy. The advantage of the latter is the quick and easy removal when it falls out of favor. You can add a unique occasional chair to create a fun focal point.

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If your child participates in an activity, consider hanging something that speaks to their interest such as a tennis racket or letters which speak out the word or phrase like “DANCE” or “DRAWING.” It’s a great way for a parent to encourage a child and give her a sense of pride in what she does.

H. Special Considerations

There are other things to consider no matter if it’s a girl or boy’s bedroom. These factors can influence your choice of furniture and other features. They will also play a role in your budget. The rules are different when you’re dealing with a child. Most often a bedroom will function more as a place for storing personal items than making a design statement.

1. Lifespan of a Theme

The bedroom’s theme will have a limited lifespan. The pink-colored walls your daughter adored as a youngster may seem childish as she grows older. Be prepared to make changes in the design. Sticking with neutral-colored walls can help the transition to a new look or must-have. Keep the same consideration in mind when choosing a gender or age-specific bed.

You may find it a better option to keep theme pieces to items that you can replace easily such as a lampshade, comforter, or wall hangings. Don’t underestimate the impact of these simple changes.

2. Routine Maintenance

New parents learn the lesson of stain-resistant materials quickly. The same guideline applies to a bedroom’s decor and features. Check the cleaning instructions for everything you add to the room from bedding to rugs to curtains. Stick with items you can wash at home rather than have to take out for dry-cleaning.

Consider the resilience and durability of things like carpeting and furnishings. A girl’s room will probably see more traffic and use than your bedroom. A similar precaution pertains to the walls. Paint the room in a finish that is easy to clean. A satin or eggshell strikes the right balance between durability and stain resistance.

Speaking of paint, don’t worry if your daughter has chosen a wild color like hot pink or electric blue. New self-priming paints can cover them in one coat with less hassle and downtime. Let your child’s imagination go wherever it wants to take her.