Whether you opt for a room full of flowers
or go with a garden or tea party theme your daughter’s room – it’s easy to create the room of her dreams with a few creative touches.
Following is a collection of garden and butterfly related theme ideas. I hope the following ideas inspire some girl room ideas of your own.
For a cool retro look think bright oranges, sunny yellows, lime greens, and watermelon pinks. Look for vibrant wall borders and fabrics with simple flower shapes.
Team girl room colors up with solid colored bedding and window treatments. Use flower
prints again on throw cushions and in an area rug.
Go one step further and trace some of the flower shapes from the border or fabric and create random floral patterns on your child’s wall and then paint to match the colors elsewhere in her kid room. Or you could display the tops of some bright and colorful flowers
in simple frames and use to bring her girl room theme together.
When it comes to girl rooms - butterflies
are big! Since butterflies
are a popular theme room idea for girls, the kid room decorating market offers many fun fabrics and accessories that will easily bring a butterfly
A kid room mural featuring a garden and butterflies
is a great place to start or you could opt for summery pink or yellow painted walls and make a butterfly comforter or quilt the focal point of the room instead.
Other girl room theme ideas include painting butterflies or using reusable stickers
on furniture and accenting a lampshade, curtain, thin picture frame or bulletin board with butterfly hair clips.
For another take on a feminine girl room consider soft pinks, gentle violets and mellow yellows to create a garden party theme your daughter will cherish for years to come.
Consider airy curtains and soft floral or thin striped fabrics.
For a custom look hang your child’s curtains from a wooden dowel (painted white) to which the ends of dollar store hand tools have been affixed (remove the handles first).
What about a garden trellis, a picket fence or lattice headboard? Hanging artificial flowers and butterflies from the ceiling (use fishing line and a screw eye) is also a great idea.
Or how about using white lattice on the bottom half of your child’s wall and painting the top part of her walls blue and sponging on some white fluffy clouds?
Alternatively you could try your hand at painting a wall mural or simply put up a ready-made one. Reusable wall stickers and a decorative wall border would also be a good way of bringing her garden party theme together.
Creative storage ideas that tie in well with this girl room theme include using three extra large terra-cotta-looking plastic pots to throw toys into and a variety of individual white painted wooden pegs or peg racks for storing items in mesh bags.
White painted furniture and a child’s table and chair set in a corner would be the ideal spot for a tea party with friends.
Above information provided courtesy of decorating-kids-rooms.net
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