Sometimes antique furniture is hard to for younger kids to enjoy, but with the right color contributions even the pickiest girls will want this charming furniture for their room. This white ornate dresser comprised of intricate detail pairs nicely with the multi-color theme from the quilt to the dresser decor.
This contemporary and eclectic girls bedroom features an accent wall papered with multicolored butterflies, laying the groundwork for a fun space with boldly colored accents. White walls elsewhere in the room give the interplay of patterns added punch.
Traditional bunk beds are one thing, but taking sleeping arrangements to soaring new heights is another. This girls' bedroom features unique lofted beds, each with a staircase housing colorful concealed storage in shades of pink and orange.
This cool blue bedroom designed for one of two twin sisters features playful elements just right for a 10-year-old girl. Designer Alisha Gwen incorporated the girls’ own artwork into the rooms, as well as their favorite colors. A dusky purple lamp on this Bungalow 5 bedside table pops when set against blues ranging from Caribbean sea to cornflower and navy.
A gorgeous floral wallpaper in navy blue and pink is the style star in this girl's bedroom. The designer paired the pattern with a simple, gold canopy bed and textiles that continue the warm color scheme.
An ultra traditional girl's bedroom brings out all the femininity with floral fabrics, a painted ceiling and a pastel color palette. An animal print rug offsets the classic furniture and adds an unexpected element.
To add a personal touch to this toddler's room, designers showcased the little girl's first pair of ballet slippers and a photo of her at her first recital. For an elegant touch, these pieces are framed in gold, adding glitz and glamor to the space.
Blue hues ranging from brightest sky to deepest ocean turn this girl’s bedroom into a tranquil but playful retreat. Layered pattern varies from chevron to floral to Suzani, and the clients helped design the custom headboard’s shape.
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.
Designed for a teen who has lived in Europe for a few years, Jeune Et Sophistique, the girl's bedroom at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015, offers a youthful sophistication with its timeless furnishings and fun colors. The dress hung on the ceiling was found in Paris and served as the inspiration for the space.
A bright white base allows pops of color to bring this space to life. Multicolored fish swim the walls of this aquatic-themed girls' bedroom. A lime-green area rug and turquoise-blue dresser add bold color to the white wainscoting. Pulled from color in the fish-print wallpaper, an aqua border around the white Roman shades allows the window treatment to stand out from the colorful patterned walls.
In this New York bedroom, the designer's goal was to create a space well-suited for a young child but flexible enough to grow with her into her teens. Weitzner wallpaper is a fun yet subtle backdrop for lilac and fuchsia fabrics. Bold pillows atop the Rogers & Goffigon bedding tie in with a chevron-patterned pouf in the room's cozy sitting nook.
A great way to add a bold color to a room without overwhelming it is to keep the shade on only half the wall. In this girl's bedroom, peach is used above the chair rail, a rich backdrop for the cheery gallery wall.
This white-walled bedroom is filled with interesting angles, and a built-in desk and pair of window seats make maximum use of the space. Eskayel wallpaper creates a fun accent wall around a whimsical, hot pink door. A shag rug adds texture and a touch of luxe.