Today our children room decor tips it’s all about girly looks, who’s ready?
A girls’ bedroom needs to be a flexible space, accommodating their changing needs from babyhood through to teenage years. So it makes sense to ensure that big-ticket items such as beds, wardrobes, and chests of drawers will stand the test of time. So it’s time to have your children room decor on point for your girls!
Written by Andreia Alves
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This shared loft room has areas for sleeping, reading, and art. Grey walls are easy to update with colorful accessories when your little girl wants a change. However, the crowning glory of this children room decor is the hanging canopy, which makes a great den for bedtime stories. Add a rug and cushions to cuddle into. The perfect cute room for your children.
She may have grown out of the pink fairy look, but that doesn’t mean your daughter is ready for boring beige. Give her scheme a touch of grown-up glamour with weathered wood furniture, Scandi-style accessories and creative lighting design.
The bold, easy-on-easy-off stickers neatly tie this scheme together. But they’re also a great no-effort way of adding a point of interest to a children room decor – particularly if your daughter is likely to keep changing her mind.
Imaginative play can help bring a sense of fun and fantasy to a children room decor. Keep some role-play toys, such as mini-kitchens and shops, within reach, so children can spontaneously decide when to use them.
Girls come with a lot of stuff, so fitting as much storage into space as you can is essential. Build shelves in alcoves with flat, sliding doors to conceal what lurks behind. Shelves behind the bed double as a bedside table and provide room for books and CDs. If it’s time for a new bed, buy a divan with storage drawers under it.
Pick up a simple untreated chest of drawers – if you’re buying new, try Ikea’s TARVA range, otherwise check out local furniture shops and flea markets. Then pick out some tester pots, but stick to a palette or no more than four or five shades. Paint freehand – or make life easier by creating a stencil from the stiff card in simple geometric patterns.
Go for budget accessories that you won’t mind giving to charity shops when she wants a new theme for the room. Keep the look classy by sticking to a simple color palette, such as greys and blush pinks, so the room exudes city chic, not tourist tat.
Diana is a vintage table lamp inspired by some of the greatest design classics of the mid-century era. It is a handmade lamp built with materials such as brass and aluminum. Brass was used on the body, whilst aluminum was chosen for the shade. The aluminum shade is lacquered a glossy red on the outside and matte white on the inside, while for the body a nickel-plated finish was chosen. However, both these colors and finishes can be customized according to your needs. This small lamp is easily the perfect reading light, having a movable and adjustable shade, that casts light to where it is needed. It best fits more minimalist or industrial environments. The perfect study table lamp.
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