I’m sure as you know from all my Instagram posts that we are moving house. One of the first things I want to get sorted is baby girl’s bedroom. I want the move to go as easy as possible for her without too much disruption. So I’m on the look out for soft furnishings and lights to help her ease into a new house. Of course she will have her old toys and what not around her, but I want to make her bedroom her special place.
So I have come up with a list, well more of a mood board to help me come up with fresh ideas for decorating a girl’s bedroom. I love to brainstorm colours and textures when designing a moodboard.
I know it’s the typical girl’s bedroom, with all the pink and fluffy stuff, but she is my little princess after all. As she gets older and her own personality develops I’m sure she will tell me what she’s likes and doesn’t like! The colour pink is a favourite of younger and older girls for their bedroom.
I adore various types of lighting, Cox and Cox have some really pretty lights at the moment that would fit right in with what I have in mind for baby girl’s bedroom.
This Cloud and Star light, would be ever so pretty on her bedroom wall. Of course it would need to be strongly secured with no hanging wires for an inquisitive toddler!
What I like about these lights are that they are individually made from sustainable materials like recycled bottles, plus they give off a subtle glow perfect for bedtime stories.
There are many different ways to decorating a childs bedroom, and here are a few of my tips to help you long the way.
- As well as for sleeping, a childs bedroom is a place for them to learn and play. As they get older give them the option on how they want their bedroom designed. This will help them to establish their own identity.
- Ideas on designing your childs bedroom can be found from anywhere. For example, inspiration from their favourite comic or film. My nephew was Cars, mad when that first came out! Now he is more of a Batman Kid!
- By using soft furnishings and wall stickers you can transform the bedroom at very little cost. Then when they have grown out of that idea, it’s easy to move on to the next idea.
- Decorate in colours that stimulate the mind.
- Invest in good quality blackout curtains for those light Summer evenings.
- Only buy good quality furniture for their bedroom that will follow them over the years. You don’t want to be constantly buying new furniture, it’s not practical or affordable.
I hope these tips will help you out when you are decorating your childs bedroom. Do you have any decorating tips?
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