The homeowner wanted a retreat for the couple's eight year old whose room needed a "big girl" upgrade, so designers created a space where an eight year old would be perfectly comfortable, but could easily transition for an older girl with only a few minor tweaks. To achieve this, designers created a focal wall with watercolor floral wallpaper, then, they mixed fun, unexpected bedding and fabrics to add visual interest to help the room feel as if it has been collected over time.
To create a space that would grow with its owner, designers chose furniture pieces that were both classic and fun. Each piece of furniture adds a vintage touch to the space that is sweet enough for a little girl, but also mature enough for a young woman.
HGTV fan BrunetteMommy added a sweet detail to her nursery without lifting a paintbrush. The tree with tiny pink birds is actually a handmade wall decal from Etsy.com. Affordable and easy to apply, the decal can be removed when the nursery later transitions to a big girl room.
This pretty, neutral toned girl's bedroom is filled with bright pops of color and for a fun and contemporary look. Lovely, imaginative touches like a lotus flower light fixture and big stuffed animals create a whimsical space for young, growing minds.
Katy Mimari of Caden Lane designed this pink-and-blue girl's room for former "Dancing with the Stars" host Samantha Harris. A balloon border lends a youthful feel to the space, while polka-dot and zebra print accents add a big-girl touch.
This teen girl's room made small changes for a big impact. By using the day bed for sleeping and sitting, it's an easy place to have friends over. Adding a yellow chevron rug, woven pink pouf ottomans, and feminine feather lamp ties all of her bedding together while adding texture to the room.
This adorable bedroom was created for a three-year-old little girl who was ready to transition to a big kid's room. The designer's goal was to make a space that was fun and imaginative and could grow along with its owner.
This girl's bedroom uses color and pattern to make a bright room for hanging out, homework and sleepovers. Any kid would love the bunk beds tucked behind curtains in the wall. And a large sitting area is perfect for lounging with a big sofa, chairs and poufs.
The couple is expecting their second child, so they knew it was time to make some changed to the layout of their home. They had a new "big girl" room designed for their first child, and created this beautiful, modern nursery for their soon-to-arrive second child. The space is calming and has nothing extra-only the simple, elegant necessities. The crib and changing table are white with wood trim, an ode to the simple elegance of nature. The curtains, with their heavy texture, help to block light from the space and extend floor to ceiling to help make this small nursery look larger. The chandelier is modern as well and gives the room a unique touch.