10 More Stunning Room Ideas For Girls

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room ideas for girls

Does your daughter’s bedroom need a makeover? Are you looking for girls room ideas? Here are 10 more stunning room ideas for girls to help give you some inspiration:

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#1. Have a Feature Mural

Make a feature mural on one wall. We love this tree mural idea and you can get the full tutorial from Justagirl who spent a few hours creating this lovely mural.

mural tree

Image credit Justagirl

Or you will find tons of wall mural sticker sets available to buy online, e.g. we have seen lots of nice ones on Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com

#2. Use Light Strings

This idea from Decozilla using sheers with strings of LED lights hanging down around the bed is really pretty. They have used a 3 stage curtain rail attached to the ceiling to hang the sheers from.

light strings

Image credit Decozilla

Or this idea from Lovethispic has draped two curtains with lights at the end of the bed.

diy light curtains

Image credit Lovethispic

#3. Try Polka Dots

Use a big polka dot design to incorporate colour into your girl’s bedroom either two-tone like this red and white one from Decoracion y Consejos

big polka dots

Image credit Decoracionyconsejos

#4. Create a Vertical Bookshelf

If the room is small, follow this idea from Domino Debi who has created a vertical bookshelf with a long piece of wood and shelves attached horizontally, painted a pretty colour.

vertical bookshelf idea

Image credit Dominodebi

#5. Use the Vertical

Another idea, if space is at a premium, is to use the vertical space, to help keep things neat and tidy. This idea from Effortless Style uses floating shelves then below those rods that you can hang buckets and baskets off to store those little things.

go vertical

Image credit Effortless Style Interiors

#6. Try Citrus Colours

This girl’s room idea we found on Instagram makes use of a citrus theme with orange, pink and white, with purple accents.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BJtbcCmgqRd/

Very fresh and modern.

#7. Feature wall

Make a feature wall using different sizes and styles of picture frames like the one from Deavita painted in different colours to match the colour scheme. Some have photos, some have nice quotes in them.

feature wall

Image credit Deavita

#8. Create a Seating Area

If you have space in her room, make a seating area in one corner, with extra bean bags for friends who come round. We love the colour scheme on this one too.

bean bags

Image found on Pinterest 

#9. Use Wallpaper for Feature Areas

You could have one whole wall with wallpaper, or I like this idea of using wall paper in different sections of the room as a feature, as in this tween bedroom on House of Turquoise, designed by Jessica Ahnert Davis, of Nest Studio.

Pick a paper to match a colour scheme for the room. The turquoise on this one matches the window seat fabric as well as the rug and blinds.

wall paper features

Image credit House of Turquoise

#10. Go Blue

Blue isn’t just for boys. This colour scheme from Lotus Blue incorporates blue with shades of pink and red.

Paint an old table for a night stand in a vibrant pink to go with the baby blue wall colour, then choose cushions in bright designs and colours to coordinate in. The final touch is a quirky print in a frame.

blue room

Image credit Lotus Blue

Over to you now. Do you have any tips you want to share for girls room ideas? Share them with us in the comments below.

room ideas for girls