There is a stereotype that the girl’s room interior must be designed in pink colors, like for Barbie doll or little princess. However, not every girl will feel comfortable in such room.
Of course, the girl’s room interior will differ from that of the boy’s room. But don’t use too many ruches, ribbons and pastes. Let the interior be restrained- if you daughter wishes, she’ll ask you to complete it with the accessories.
The girl’s room interior must match her age. So, while the pictures of Tinker Bell are suitable for the room of the girl under school age, they will look odd in the room of the teen girl. If you have no opportunity to redesign the girl’s room, as your daughter grows up, try to decorate it so that the “children’s” elements of decoration are easy to remove. For example, instead of wallpaper or wall painting with the images of cartoon characters, use the removable posters and vinyl stickers.
The girl’s room interior is usually designed in light pastel colors. And pink isn’t the only option. The subdued shades of white, beige, light shades of lilac, green and blue will look well. It’s inadvisable to use the bright colors, as too bright room will depress your daughter. However, you can add some bright color accents so that the room doesn’t look too boring and monotonous.
The curtains, cushions or floor carpet can act as the bright accents- they will dilute the one-color walls, bedding, etc.
The wooden furniture also has a possibility to vary the monotone of the room. But make sure that it is made of natural wood, and not of wood particle board.
By the way, the furniture must be comfortable and functional. One of the most important items in the girl’s room is a large wardrobe, where a small fan of fashion will keep all of her clothes. It is well, if the full-length mirror is built into one of the wardrobe doors. Such mirror is an indispensable thing for any girl. You’ll also need to equip the work area with a separate light source. Another pinhole source of light can be placed next to the bed.
And the main thing- planning the girl’s room interior, remember that you design not a doll’s house but your daughter’s room. First of all, take into account the wishes of your daughter, and not yours. Don’t be afraid to deviate from the rules of standard “girlish” room design.