8 Girls Bedroom Ideas

This girls bedroom has a very fun and playful feel.

The room is filled with bright pink and green colors and the bed has a very unique look to it. The room also has a very cool walk in closet.

1. Create a space that will grow with her

Designer Nicole Newkirk’s daughter loves all things pink and princess,

so she wanted to give her a room that would make her happy but also one that could grow with her.

“I wanted to create a space that was playful but also sophisticated,” Newkirk says.

“I wanted the room to be a reflection of her personality and not just a reflection of her age.”

2. Start with a neutral color on the walls

When it comes to designing rooms for kids, I like to start with a neutral color on the walls and then add the color in with the accents and accessories.

This way, when they grow out of their love for pink, you can easily swap out the bedding, pillows, and décor with something else.

3. Choose colorful

What better way to make a statement in a room than with color?

This is a great example of how you can bring in a lot of different colors and it still feels cohesive.

The key is to stick to a few colors and use them throughout the space.

Here, the pink and orange are repeated in the bedding, the art, and the rug, and the green is repeated in the plants, the wall color, and the curtains.

patterned bedding

Instead of opting for a solid color, pick a fun pattern for your bedding. This polka dot set by PBteen is a fun way to add a pop of color to your room.

Plus, the reversible comforter gives you two looks in one.

4. Add a colorful rug to the floor

If you are decorating a girls bedroom, I think a rug is a great place to start when it comes to choosing a color scheme.

A rug can be the focal point of the room and you can choose colors from that to influence the rest of the decor.

It’s also a great way to add a pattern to the room without it being too overwhelming.

You can see in this girls bedroom design that we’ve used the colors from the rug in the bedding and cushions.

5. Create a designated homework area

No bedroom is complete without a designated homework station!

This is a great way to make sure your child has a comfortable place to do their homework that isn’t their bed.

We love how this one is built into the wall, making it feel like an extension of the room.

6. Add storage to a small kids’ bedroom

If you’re designing a small kids’ bedroom, it’s important to make the most of the space you have.

This bedroom by Hello Haus is a masterclass in small space design, with clever storage solutions like the under-bed baskets and floating shelves making the most of the room.

The color scheme is calming and gender-neutral, and the house-shaped bed is a fun touch that adds plenty of personality.

7. Display your child’s artwork

When it comes to decorating a child’s room, it’s important to get them involved in the process. One way to do this is by displaying their artwork.

Not only does this make them feel special, but it also adds a personal touch to the space.

In this girls bedroom design, we created a gallery wall to display our client’s daughter’s artwork.

We also added a cork board to the desk area so she can easily switch out her latest masterpieces.


This bedroom is a perfect example of a girly room that has perfectly balanced pink and blue. The blue is a soft and soothing color that evokes feelings of calmness and serenity. It’s often used in bedrooms because of its ability to help people sleep. The pink adds a little bit of excitement to the room, making it more stimulating and engaging. So, it’s the perfect balance of the two to create a bedroom that is both calming and exciting.

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