Some time ago we associated an environment full of pink items immediately when thinking about a girl’s room. Although many girls still have pink as their favorite color, this type of association has been left behind, after all, a girl’s room should be exactly as a girl wants, regardless of color.
That’s why, in this post, we brought different types of girl’s rooms with many tips to help you when planning the layout and decoration of your little girl’s room, from the youngest, until the beginning of adolescence.
A type of setting for babies and younger children: Montessori bedroom
Created in 1907 by the Italian educator Maria Montessori, the Montessori room is a methodology that prioritizes the autonomy of the baby and the child in the environment in a safe and stimulating way.
This happens with the lowest configuration of the room, both of the bed that in general does not exceed the height of the mattress, the shelves with books and toys easily accessible to the little ones, as well as the closet with clothes.
With some more additional details such as protected sockets, rugs that create a favorable space for games, and rounding corners in the joinery project, the room becomes a safe environment for the child to move around and explore.
Girl’s room: her favorites!
A very general tip to create a girl’s room or even a boy’s room is to bet on the favorite colors, characters, and style of each one. You can also choose to mix references or invest in minimalist decor to keep the atmosphere more neutral and calm.
When they need to share the room you can sector the room and put a special touch of each of the girls in each space and paint the walls in different colors.
As they grow you can gradually transform the room, changing some furniture, changing cushions and decorative objects.
Innovate with even the simplest items
The common chandelier was replaced by a more striking and old-fashioned, giving a more country tone to the room.
Superdelicate baby room
The off white palette allows the contrast with a few colorful details to give a minimalist and delicate touch to the room.
Functional and super-stylish objects
The combination of the bed’s duvet, rug, and puff gives the room a different and cheerful color.
Fun pictures in the neutral environment
The neutrality of the environment allows this to be a transition room for girls: neither a child as young nor a teenager as well.
Large space for those who like to sleep well
A trend among teenagers that appears mainly in North American films and series is the double bed, which replaces the child’s single bed. It occupies twice space, so it is more suitable for those who have a room with larger dimensions.
Think also about the study area
Already present in the children’s room, in the teen’s room, it is essential: the study area. A space for a desk with a computer, some ornaments, and a mural will surely make this corner a space adored by the girls.
Mixing patterns of fabrics and tapestry
Coming in the same style, this combination of rugs, linen and bedding, and pillows forms a more cool environment with an internal harmony in the right measure.
Teenager in love with mermaids
The illustrations and plush are not children’s items, especially when it has to do with the main theme of the decoration of the teenager’s room.
Carpet on the carpet for extra texture and cuteness
For those who think that the carpet does not allow rugs on top, here is a super creative example that can rather overlay two layers of cuteness. In this room, the texture of the two still matches the different pillows on the bed.
Sleeping with the stars
For those who are thinking of creating an environment with a suspended bed, here is a very important reminder: the sleeping corner also deserves attention in the decor!
The basic structure of the neutral girl’s room
This is a way to please both girls in a practical and easy way. This is because it allows them to use their personal objects, in addition to bedding, as the main decoration of the room.
Variations of bunk beds
In the same style as the planned rooms with the elevated bed and a study or play area at the bottom, this configuration of two beds saves useful space in the room and can also be made with different materials and in a multitude of colors.
Beds on the wall
This other type of configuration is calling everyone’s attention for its practicality and the possibility of including shelves within the structure that imitates the wall. They can be made with both MDF and drywall plans.
Almost perfect symmetry
The configuration of the bed and the wall is the same, what changes are the images chosen by the children to decorate their part of the room.
The cozy and magical environment
Inspired by the wooden houses, this bed gains an extra charm with a tulle musketeer, which covers the roof along with flasher chains, which guarantee the magical atmosphere of this room.
Blackboard wall for fun
The wall painted with chalkboard paint is a good stimulus for children’s creativity, encouraging them to draw and paint. With the advantage of being able to delete later, of course!
Girl’s room fit for a princess
The light shades of pink, the exposed amount of fabric for the curtain, bed, and clothes rack, in addition to the luxurious chandelier will surely make any girl feel like she is in a castle.
Montessori style room for older children
This room is a good example of a Montessori room changing with the child’s age. The upstairs environment, a mezzanine in the children’s room is an extra charm and recommended only for older children.
Geometric and colorful
A very easy and practical way to put more colors in the children’s room is to apply wallpaper, even if it is on a single wall. It contrasts very well with more neutral decor and highlights the main wall.
Composition with pink and white
For those who love pink, here is an idea of a room with walls painted in hot pink paint.
Corner of the imagination
For children, it is very important to set up a different environment in the room where they can play, read and create their own stories. This camp-style cabin is a distinctive feature of the room and serves this purpose very well.
Closet designed with bed-niche
The cabinets planned with a niche for bed are already darling by the adults when setting up their room and here it gets a super creative and functional version also for a children’s room that serves for both boy and girl.
Adding with the decorative objects
Inside the dollhouse
One of the dreams of many girls is to have a dollhouse of their own in the backyard or in a tree (even better!). For those who do not have a yard, this room is a perfect example of how this idea can be thought of in another environment. The bed gets a perfect cover for sleeping and playing!
Monochrome with a few different touches
This room in shades of gray may seem very serious and sober to a child, but adding more colors in the right places becomes the perfect environment.
Mix items and themes in the decor
Make a mix with your little girl’s favorite characters and themes when composing the room decor. For sure she will love it even more!
Bed and wall decoration
The comic book wall forms an incredible composition also with the bed pillows!
Chic and neutral
This one is for those who prefer a more neutral style with straight lines.
Think about bed height
From the Montessori method to a completely different idea: the bed was raised here to take advantage of spaces in the creation of the closet.
Ceiling decoration to brighten up
Another way to draw attention to the ceiling is to hang ornaments, such as paper lamps and balloons.
A mix of vibrant and off-white colors
To make a counterpoint to the strong colors, off-white tones work very well.
Medium tone wood floor room with lots of colors
Traditional bedroom with metal bed