A beautiful coral dresser separates the twin beds in this shared girl's bedroom. Floral throw pillows add a mix of great colors and echo the pink border of the bright bed linens. A light aqua accent wall with sunburst decoration brings life and light to the design.
Designed for an artistic teen girl, this bedroom features fun pops of turquoise, orange and lime green against sophisticated gray walls. The art theme is carried from the splatters of paint across the ceiling to a desk and desk lamp that appear to be dripping paint.
A pair of window seats flanks a modern bookshelf in this girl's bedroom filled with fun and clever design ideas. The room, which belongs to Cooking Channel star Tiffani Thiessen's young daughter, features a chic white color palette punched up by swaths of bright pink and yellow. The design team made maximum use of the room's unique, angled layout.
To help make this little girl's large bedroom cozy instead of cavernous, the designer added a seating area with a window seat and a canopy to the bed. Vibrant colors and patterns bring whimsy and fun to the space.
The Kokeshi dolls in this girls' bedroom are from a local kid's shop and the designer framed an eclectic selection of art pieces (including from artist Saar Manche) to create a cohesive gallery. The unicorn lamp was a magical Target discovery!
Using whimsical fabrics and finishes, detailed accessories and feminine furnishings, designer Candice Olson created a posh girl's bedroom with a French twist (ooh la la!) that will see the occupant into her teenage years with a few minor tweaks.
Camping doesn't have to be outdoors when you have a loft bed like this! The navy blue paint, camp-style striped blanket, rustic "No girls allowed" sign, and cardboard moose head add modern whimsy to this big boy bedroom.
Turquoise birds fly overhead on the ceiling of this girl's bedroom. A pale green dresser adds an antique element to the design and compliments the tone of the birds' coloring. A white starburst mirror and white decorative elements keep the bright and white look of 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 bedroom positively glows with style. The mantel is a great area for display, featuring a variety of the girls’ favorite accessories and even a few plants beneath a bright, neon sign, spelling out the words, Say What! Most importantly, the room showcases the girls’ talents with their art and gymnastics medals on display, proof that you can highlight children's accomplishments and collections without sacrificing style.
A built-in, modern "dollhouse" steals the show in this soft, dreamy girls bedroom with contemporary lines. Pale gray walls form the backdrop for a palette of neutrals accented by subtle hits of blue. A clean-lined desk is paired with a tufted, upholstered chair that adds softness to the overall design.
Designer Claire Paquin created a little girl's bedroom with room to grow by using a neutral color palette and adding pops of colors for fun. The design remains sophisticated enough to grow into teen years but still functions well for a 3-year-old child. The rug and walls are in soft gray tones, and upholstered armchairs are comfortable and inviting.
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.
Without picking up a paintbrush, interior designer Cathy Hobbs, ASID, added color and a nature-inspired theme to this girl’s bedroom. Removable stickers – more affordable and less messy than stencils – add interest to the walls and complement the pink and green hues in the floral bedding.
For a home that's set amongst trees, the designer's vision for this teen girl's bedroom was to mimic the surroundings; the yellow trim details were a subtle suggestion of peeking out a window into a forest. The monotone color palette helped keep the space simple and chic.
The bright colors continue on the other side of this bedroom where a long work table is perfect for art and homework projects and eye-popping electric yellow features lend attitude to the look. The overall effect is of a hip designer's atelier just right for sparking a young girl's creativity.
The textured headboard in this modern black-white-and-red-all-over bedroom was designed by Charles Pavarini for the 2012 Kips Bay Decorator Show House, which benefits the Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club. A mirrored wall behind the headboard dons butterfly details and echoes the look of the floating bedside shelves and mirrored ottoman at the foot of the bed.
The clients, 10-year-old twins, helped designer Alisha Gwen create the fun shape of this custom, blue velvet-clad headboard. In the space, the girls’ favorite hues of blue and purple inspired the palette. Layered patterns and fun furnishings mix to form a tranquil bedroom with equal parts whimsy, function and style.