Wednesday, 26 April 2017

HOME: 55+ Decor Ideas for a 'Big Girl' Bedroom

In June Isabella won't be the only child on the block, there'll be another little girl to love, cherish and share things with. We are therefore planning on moving Isabella from the smallest bedroom she's currently in to the larger spare bedroom. I'm so excited to start doing all of the fun decorative aspects of her new bedroom, but there is a lot of work that has to be done before. The ceiling needs to be ripped down and put back up, the walls need wallpapering, new carpet needs putting down and the window needs repairing. Oh the joys of an old house!

Back to the fun part...the décor. I'm split between creating a pastel haven or colourful space. Below are just some of the ideas I've come across on Pinterest and love! To see all of the inspiration then head over to my 'Children's Bedroom Inspiration' board on Pinterest. You'll find all of the images below on the board, so please check them out for credits. I'm constantly adding to the board, so feel free to follow if you're also starting to decorate a child's bedroom.





Which is your favourite bedroom décor?

Feel free to leave a comment - I love reading every single one :)

Helen x
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18 comments

  1. We have a colourful one for our daughter but am absolutely in love with your pastel board!

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  2. What a lovely collection of ideas. The colourful boards are fab!
    I love how fresh the monochrome theme looks too :) x

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  3. Kids' rooms are so FUN, aren't they?! I love brainstorming ideas for Matilda's room (though I wish we'd painted it something other than pale yellow...). Personally, I love the bright colours but... what does Isabella think? If you ask her what she wants to wear in the morning, which colours does she tend towards? Or you could show her (acceptable) paint samples and see which ones she's most drawn to?

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    1. It really is so much fun! She's requesting pink, so I think we're going down that route, but not too much as we're not overly girly people. There's someone coming today to plaster the ceiling in her new room, then the fun begins :)

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  4. Oh wow I LOVE this post, I literally love every single item on there!! My girls will be due their rooms done soon and I can't wait to decorate and use some of these ideas!

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  5. I love all your ideas but the colourful ones are my favourites #bloggerclubuk

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  6. I love all your ideas but the colourful ones are my favourites #bloggerclubuk

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  8. I love the circular shelves :) we will be needing to think about this in a few years when Anya needs her own room

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  9. What did you use to create your boards? No wonder your torn, the boards are both beautiful but I think the pastel one catches my eye more x

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  10. We moved recently and we will be making a start on the children's room soon, as everywhere is just white at the moment. My teen is having a pink and pastle room and my two toddlers are having a bright unisex room x

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  11. These are all beautiful, if only Eliza didn't have to share with her brother

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  12. How cute are these darling inspiratins. I love the colourful side, esopecailly the Tippes. I have a toddler and was thinking of doing up her room and this have given me some food for thought.

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  13. All fantastic images, I'm in love with the pastel theme

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  14. I am in love with pastel rooms. I wish I had a room like this when I was growing up.

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  15. Sometimes I really wish I had a girl rather than two very active and boisterous boys as these are such cool and inspiring interior inspirations for girls rooms - love it

    Laura x

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  16. Brilliant blog post, I have just completed my twin girls bedroom and I had so much fun doing so!

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