We scoured top design bloggers to find the best girls' rooms. These 10 clever designs range from funky to super traditional. Whether you're big into pink or wild colors are your thing, you'll find great ideas to steal from when you decorate your daughter's bedroom.
"For my daughter's 'big girl' room, I wanted to create a space that is perfect for now, as well as in 10 years," says Jenna of SAS Interiors. The bright accent wall, framed quotes and delicate chandelier are all delightful elements to borrow.
"I love that we were able to incorporate so many personal touches like Gigi's own artwork and organized storage for all her favorite books and toys," says Pam of Project Nursery. Borrow the striped ceiling and clean white elements.
"We were able to incorporate all the fun bright colors and patterns she wanted while still keeping a sense of calm with the aqua wall color," says Kelly of The Lily Pad Cottage.
"I love knowing that my daughter is surrounded by history, and yet the space still feels perfectly little girlish," says Vanessa of At the Picket Fence. Make it work at home with vintage pottery, delicate prints and antique details.
"I designed Harper's nursery using a color palette of soft light grays and creams, and added mint green as an accent color so that the space would have a calm and serene feel," says Veronika of Veronika's Blushing. Get the look with clean neutrals and a variety of textures.
"My favorite thing about my little girl's room is the little bookshelves. They are just the right height for her to grab books off of and look at before falling asleep," says Sarah from The Winthrop Chronicles. Borrow the little details, like colorful drawer pulls and window dressing accents.
"When designing my daughter's nursery, I knew that I wanted it to be obviously girly, but not babyish," says Leana of A Small Snippet. Mix modern textiles and bold metallics with antique furniture to achieve this look.
"The fabric line Marmalade from Moda Fabrics was the inspiration behind this nursery," says Ko from The Domestic Doozie. Draw inspiration from the handmade mobile and wall art.
"Painting the thrifted furniture was a breeze, and with the addition of chalkboard paint, it made it so fun!" says Jessica of Mom 4 Real. Use chalkboard paint to give vintage furniture added function.
"I love creating kid rooms, because you can think outside the box — a closet to book nook using gutters with a fun stenciled wall," says Megan of Balancing Home. Use a closet or a small nook in your daughter's room to create a space devoted to reading.
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