In This Article
- #1: White and Pink Minimal Bedroom for Girls of Any Age
- #2: Hello Kitty-themed Bedroom for Small Girls
- #3: Floral Blues Shine in this Fairytale-themed Bedroom for Tweens
- #4: Sweet and Summery Bedroom for Baby Girls
- #5: Festive Decor for Girl’s Bedroom in Red and Green
- #6: Den-style Bedroom for Teenage Girls
- #7: A Pastel Bedroom That Your Girl Won’t Outgrow
- #8: Travel-themed Bedroom for 5-10 yr-old Girls
- #9: Stylish Boho-chic Bedroom for Tween Girls
- #10: Charmingly Rustic Wooden Design for Girl’s Bedroom
Your daughter is your best friend, confidant and partner-in-crime. Your princess deserves the best of everything! So, her bedroom should be her little piece of heaven! Now, if you go on Google, and do a basic search for a bedroom design for girls, you’ll get hundreds of beautiful ideas. But the question is, how do you design a room like the ones in those gorgeous images? Is it expensive? What are the products used? To help you out, we curated 10 stunning girls’ bedroom designs from Livspace homes. But it doesn’t stop at that; we have also explained how you can recreate that exact look using our catalogue product (links provided here).
Now most of our kid’s rooms are designed with customised fittings by our experienced designers. However, we have scoured our catalogue and online to find the closest substitutes as you will see here.
Get the look: Choose one wall as the accent wall and get it stucco painted in dusty pink. You can either add a decal to the wall or get a local artist to paint a design. Since the theme of the bedroom is pink, choose duvets and cushions in the same shade. White makes the room look spacious, so add a white PU finish partition and wardrobe. Finish the look with a grey upholstered headboard.
Get the look: Who wants a cute Hello Kitty-themed bedroom design for girls? Use MDF to create the Hello Kitty face and moulding as borders to highlight the look. You can also choose the easier option and buy a Hello Kitty frame or decal online. Considering your daughter will be growing really fast, keep ample space for her. Choose a sofa-cum-bed if space is scarce and soft fabrics for the upholstery to keep it child-friendly. An L-shaped study table takes up minimal space if you can fit it into a corner.
Get the look: This bedroom design for girls is fit for a princess! The focus of the room is the gorgeous vintage wallpaper in a dainty floral pattern. The plush button-tufted headboard adds a curvy charm to the room. The furniture, like the side table and study unit, comes with subtle curves to match the white headboard. The use of blinds instead of curtains highlights the full-length windows in this room.
Get the look: If your daughter’s bedroom has big windows, then consider setting up a daybed. All you need is a floor mattress. Throw in some cushions and pillows to complete the look. Don’t forget to add curtains; use a combination of sheer and blackout curtains here. Also, add a small table or storage unit where your little one can keep her books and toys.
Get the look: If you are looking for a small bedroom design for girls, this room is a great inspiration! The bed is a tall trundle that comes with a pull-out bed and has storage underneath both. Would you believe that the quirky set of stairs beside the bed has hidden storage! Add to that the festive vibe created by reds and greens and it becomes the full package!
Get the look: The overarching vibe in this room is ‘cosy’ that can be attributed to the wooden flooring and cushioned bed. The showstopper is the bunk bed that comes with a tufted headboard and also has an attached bookshelf. The other pieces of furniture in this room are the study unit, dresser with mirror, and chairs making it perfect for teenage girls.
Get the look: The bed stands out for the L-shaped headboard that guarantees safety. The bed also has a pull-out feature that converts it into a queen bed. The swing wardrobe has been painted in ice-cream shades for a playful look that is not overtly girlish or childish. You can easily picture a college-going girl living this room with minor alterations to decor.
Get the look: If you are looking for a bedroom design for girls, this is probably the easiest to implement. The key thing that stands out is the quirky walls. While one has the image of an aeroplane, the other has a silhouette of the Manhattan skyline. These walls have been specially painted, but you can also use decals to get this effect.
Get the look: If your daughter’s room has high ceilings, add mirrors to accentuate the height. The ceiling has wooden rafters with spotlights. which is something you will have to ask your builder to install. The feature wall on the side boasts a chalkboard finish. Now, if you cannot change your walls, you can just as well add a chalkboard for your daughter to scribble on.
Get the look: The most noteworthy element of this bedroom design for girls is the distressed, yet colourful headboard. The rustic corner unit and the blue laminate finish wardrobe complete the look. You can aim for a look like this by picking furniture that has distressed and ruggeded finishes. Use rope lights to complete the industrial-inspired look. This room is perfect for the grunge phase that many girls go through.
At Livspace, our designs are a mix of high-quality modular units and expertly designed customised furniture. The above bedroom design for girls is amongst our favourites! While we have tried to provide you with alternatives that are easy to find, the complete look is only possible with the help of our expert designers.
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