Designer Claire Paquin carefully designed this child's bedroom in shades of white, gray and hot pink with an eye on what she might like in years to come. She kept the main elements of the design in a neutral palette and added pops of pink in the pillows and other knickknacks that can change as tastes do. A built-in window seat and bookcases are perfect storage solutions for toys, books and games. And what little girl wouldn't love a crystal chandelier of her very own?
Pale pink brings the perfect sweet look to this girl's bedroom, but black details bring an unexpected pop of accent to the design. The wood shingle theme is tied in with scalloped awnings in the same style, bringing visual balance to the room.
In this girl’s bedroom, designer Nancy Snyder started with a favorite teal and purple duvet and a dark armoire and dresser set. Bright white furnishings are balanced with dark wood accents, and new carpet tiles complement the duvet and the wall art.
Mascarpone by Benjamin Moore is the perfect creamy white backdrop for the collection of vintage plates used in this little girl's bedroom. Designer Tip: Make a whole wall of art by using pictures, plates or anything else you collect to make a beautiful collage.
A decorative bed crown adds an elegant touch to this girl's bedroom. Designer Shoshana Gosselin covered a cornice board in white cotton fabric, complete with pink welting. She added floral and butterfly draperies with royal blue ribbon tiebacks to match the playful design of the bedroom.
This little girl's bedroom is designed by Nancy Twomey. It has a simple white color scheme and a small bed with a soft striped headboard. The white tree bookshelf and animal accents give the space a fun, natural feel.
"Just because it's a masculine room doesn't mean the bed has to be boring," says Genevieve Gorder, judge for HGTV Design Star commenting on the Girls' team bedroom design. "Add some dimension with a headboard so we don't feel like we're in college."
This girl's bedroom is designed to be elegant with a classic feel, yet very girly. Lots of textures give richness to the room, and the beautiful raspberry and blue tones create a space that is one of kind. The color of the built in unit is continued around the room in the baseboards and moldings. A thin-line patterned wallpaper creates an accent wall behind the crib wall while an upholstered desk bench and solid accent panel create a bolder color saturation on the opposite wall.
After hearing the story of a three year old girl who had been diagnosed with cancer, designers from Adams Interior Design wanted to help, so they designed a sophisticated, comfortable room for this little girls who had already gone through so much. Moving her room into the larger, unused guest bedroom, designers were able to create a room that was new, but still had all the things this little girl loved. The headboard in the room is an heirloom, passed down from the little girl's mother, and the furniture in the space is distressed antique furniture that lends to the softness of the design without matching too perfectly.