Oftentimes, girls like their bedrooms to be cool and pretty. In applying furnishings and decorations to a girl’s room, one must take into account several factors such as her age and her preferences. Valuable ideas on selecting girl’s bedroom sets will be discussed in this article.
Furniture & Theme
Furnishing a room for a girl less than 10 years of age requires you to choose from a variety of cute ideas. One of which is by trying to use the softer shades of pink. For the rooms of the teenage girls, you must take into consideration her likes and dislikes. Theme designs can also be chosen to make the room looks lively. There are lots of theme designs available to choose from. You can make use of the butterflies, flowers, and other abstract designs to decorate a girl’s cabin. You can adorn the walls with stickers and princess themes. Also, you can try for the beach-style theme or the ballerina theme.
In selecting the girls’ bedroom set, make sure that the set matches with the theme of the room. If the theme of the room is ballerina-inspired, then you can use the different types of ballerina furniture, adorable lamps, and tutu-wall art.
Consider the age
Age is not the only thing to consider when decorating a girl’s bedroom, but the fact that she will grow fast into new and have a more mature sense of taste. In that case, it is necessary to make permanent things in her room such as floor, walls, bed, furniture adjustable or can easily be changed, and leave the “theme” to items like pictures, appliqués, throw rugs, bed linens, curtains, etc. Her tastes are going to change anyway. Therefore, have all those ideas in mind at all times when planning your decorations.
So, your little girl wishes to be a princess. Why not buy some of those fancy, detachable appliqués and apply them to her headboard, the toy box in her play corner and the cornice above her window. Posters can be a wonderful decoration on her walls to carry out the theme. A small coronet or tiara attached to the ceiling at the head of her bed with a little pastel tulle draped to her headboard, a matching light-colored dust ruffle, a princess doll laying on her bed sheet and your daughter will believe her room is her magical kingdom!
As your precious adolescent enters her teen’s stage, surely there will be a change in attitude. Now, she thinks she is a real princess and wants that to reveal in her room. Since you were so intuitive in your decorating, these things can be done easily.
First is to take down those childish posters, remove those appliqués, and the play table in the toy corner. Change the fairy princess clothes from her canopy and dust ruffle. Substitute them with lace or whatever style she likes now. For her canopy, she might be into simple mosquito netting and a feathery quilt on her bed.
The toy box if painted can be used as storage at the bottom of her bed. For the room’s furnishing, go to a flea market and pick up a chair, a small table, and a framed mirror. Let her select the color she loves at the moment and spray paint the table and frame of her color chosen. A comfy cushion or throw pillow on the chair and your princess has a dressing table already.