The new movie “Tangled: the Story of Rapunzel” could have your little girl begging for a fairy tale room to call her own.
This princess bed is pretty stunning. But the room’s green walls and window treatments can still transition to another style as the little girl grows up.
This room combines traditional pink with dreamy blue walls and ceiling. And that canopy! It’s a gorgeous addition to the design without being too overpowering. Painted flowers and clouds add to the make-believe feel of the space.
If the idea of painting something free-hand seems tough – so why not consider a mural or decal? You can check out catalogs at your neighborhood Hirshfield’s store to see what’s available, but here’s a sampling from Roommates and Wall Pops.
This space uses a rainbow of colors and a fun, whimsical cornice on the window to make its owner feel like a princess. Using greens and blues and purples to off-set an all-pink space is a great way to give a room a feeling of playfulness.
If you want to go all-pink for a really girly room consider your accessories and furniture. Bright white or black will really pop against pink walls and bedding.
Isn’t that chandelier a special touch? Look for ways to incorporate grown-up items in a way that will make the space feel extra-special without breaking the bank. What’s your favorite style for a child’s room? I’d love to hear what you have to say!