Looking for inspiration for your girl’s bedroom Ideas? Here you will find the best ideas for your princess, young or already adolescent, to be the sea of happiness in her
70+ girl’s bedroom Ideas
STUCK TO THE WALL
Is your daughter’s girl’s bedroom small? Making the most of space is the solution. The interior designer Asun Antó achieved it in this bedroom with custom-made furniture: a loft bed with an extra one, drawers for storage and a bridge frame with shelves and an integrated bedside table. The desk was placed on the other side.
IN BLACK AND WHITE
Youth bedrooms accept more serious colors. The interior designer Paula Duarte did not hesitate to paint her daughter girl’s Clara’s bedroom black. A wise option as long as the furniture is white. A composition of paintings decorates the wall. The game of contrasts works.
A CHILDREN’S ROOM WITH VINTAGE TOUCHES
The evolutive beds adapt to the age of the girls, as they grow. The interior designer Lucía Mariñas placed two extendable white wrought iron beds in this shared room . The sisters also share a floor lamp with a shelf that serves as a bedside table and the table by the window, as a desk. Do you want to see more cheap, practical and beautiful children’s desks ?
A ROOM FOR THREE
In this children’s bedroom shared by three sisters, the interior designer Carla Catalán arranged a large desk, in front of the beds arranged in an inverted U, where the sisters do their homework. And in the attic? A place to play, hide or have privacy. It’s the good thing about loft bedrooms!
READY TO GROW
If you thought that upholstered headboards are only for adult bedrooms, you are very wrong. The interior designer Asun Antó has placed a tall quilted model in this children’s room and, the truth is, it looks great together with the trundle bed and the nightstand. The decorative garlands and the two-tone carpet reduce the apparent seriousness of the room. Discover other children’s rugs for très chic rooms .
WITH GOOD LIGHT
Place the desk as close to the window as possible so that it has plenty of natural light. The interior designer Marta Prats has done so in this children’s bedroom with a headboard integrated into the bed, as a bedside table. Above it a funny composition of photos in the form of a garland has been fixed on the wall.
YOUR PRIVATE HOUSE
Children’s rooms should be fun. In this image, Begoña Susaeta has chosen a bed frame and a bookcase in the shape of a house that will make you imagine a thousand and one adventures. In the center, a good mat to sit on and play on the floor.
A CHILDREN’S ROOM IN WHITE AND WOOD
Wood is a warm and welcoming material. Use it both on the bed frame and on the coverings, as the decorator Angie Escur Pujol has done here. The perpendicular bunk beds are phenomenal because they do not take away space or light for those who sleep below. In addition, the lower part can be used to place drawers or another extra bed.
WITH DIFFERENTIATED AREAS
Do you want the rest area to be separate from the study area? Rubén de Matea has solved this by placing a half partition with a glass enclosure that does not detract from the light in the space. A masonry headboard accommodates the parallel beds where the two sisters sleep.
DRESSED IN FASHION
Microcement is a material that is in full swing . The interior designer Silvia Aranda has used it in her daughters’ bedroom as many on the walls as on the built-in beds arranged in line. Good mattresses, high and soft, give them the replica and a delicate crochet garland runs along the wall, decorating it.
UP OR DOWN?
If you want to save space in your daughters’ room, bunk beds are the best solution. Let them choose which bed they sleep in, although they must take into account their age, if they get up at night and which of the two wakes up early. The decorator Elena Eyre has chosen this structure in white with a storage area above and below.
TO PLAY, READ OR REST
The interior designer Natalia Gómez Angelats has designed a perpendicular bunk bed that makes it possible to have a play area on top. It can also be used as an extra bed, if a friend comes to sleep. Some niches act as bedside tables and a net protects from possible falls. The free space underneath can be used as a reading corner.
A STYLISH YOUTH BEDROOM
It is true that, over time, their tastes change. And from pink or lilac they go to much more personalized designs. If you want to decorate your bedroom with a wallpaper as suggestive as this, make sure that the bedding and accessories are discreet.
FOR FOUR SISTERS
If you are a large family at home and you have four girls with little age difference, they will have a great time sleeping together in the same room. In this case, prioritizing space will be the main objective. The Milans del Bosch Studio custom designed these white bunk beds that illuminate the bedroom and leave the center free. A chest of drawers and a spacious walk-in closet answer storage problems.
DRESSED IN PINK
The stage of everything to pink is a classic but calm because everything passes. If they are in it, choose accessories in this color that are easier to replace over time. And the best furniture in a timeless white. The interior designer Ana Galofré chose a wooden paneling, as a wainscot, a very flirty floral print bedding and fiber accessories that give it warmth.
BETWEEN RUSTIC AND INDUSTRIAL
Some built-in bunk beds give a rustic touch to this shared room, designed by Natalia and Dulo Roma. White, gray and mint green are the colors chosen to decorate it. They and the natural fiber accessories provide a breath of fresh air that is very welcome.
WITH MULTIPLE CUSHIONS
Pay attention to their hobbies. Do you like robots, animals or airplanes? Decorate her room with accessories that refer to them and you will see how happy she is! Prints, deco objects, patterned cushions … anything goes! In this bedroom, the interior designer Esther Mercé has opted for a bed with drawers in white and a matching duvet with the floor cushions
A CHILDREN’S ROOM IN PASTEL COLORS
A simple white bunk bed with night rails included is the type of bed that interior designer Sylvia Preslar has chosen for this children’s bedroom. Pink bedding matches the curtains. Have you noticed the ladder? One of its steps is wider so that it can be used as a bedside table. What a good idea!
CHAIRED BY WOOD
There are bedrooms whose dimensions or distribution prevent placing a bedside table. See how the interior designer Jeanette Trensig has solved it here: she has brought the wood from the flooring to the window frame, creating a wall with a ledge. In this way, it has gained a surface area and has multiplied the warmth of the room thanks to the good use of wood. Material that is also repeated in the ceiling of beams, furniture and in certain decorative objects.
CREATE EXTRA STORAGE AREAS
If you are worried about where to keep books, bedding, toys … in the room that your daughters share, check out this bedroom designed by Sandra Dachs. Open shelves, shelves, drawers and baskets are in charge of putting order in it. They even have a bench – with drawers, of course – to sit or lie down to rest when they finish the task!
A CHILDREN’S ROOM WITH L-SHAPED BEDS
Have you moved to a single family home? Do not be surprised that your daughters want to sleep on the top floor, especially if it is attic, like this one in the image. For them it has a special charm! Take advantage of its meters and divide it into several areas: rest, play and study. This is what the interior designer Cuca Arraut has done. He has positioned the beds in an L, placed a tabletop, as a desk under the window and has left the center free, dressed with a large rug.
IN WHITE AND LILAC
If, after going through the pink fever, you are now in the lilac phase, leave your furniture in white and paint the headboard wall in that color. The interior designer Gloria Borrás has combined paint with a white wood paneling that acts as a headboard. In addition, it supports the running bench that reaches the desk and leads into the wardrobe.
THREE IN A ROW
Paula, Inés and María share games, dreams and tastes in their beautiful bedroom. That’s why they love to share their room, wide enough to accommodate the three parallel beds. Sandra Dachs has chosen them identical, separated by similar nightstands. Thus, discussions are avoided. A long shelf, which goes from wall to wall, is used to store pictures and pictures.
A CHILDREN’S ROOM WITH SWEDISH DESIGN
If you want the transition from crib to bed to be a pleasant one, have the two share space in the child’s bedroom. This way, your daughter will get used to seeing it and it will not be strange for her to wake up one day. She may even ask you to sleep in her grown-up bed! Choose an extensible model that will last you many years, as Pía Capdevila has done in her child’s bedroom. Do you want to see how to customize this model so you don’t get tired of it
WITH YOUR PERSONAL STAMP
From the age of 12 your daughter will ask you for changes in her room , and not just color! You will also want to remove those baby details for more girlish ones. You can customize your headboard, paint the chairs or substitute decorative objects for more stylish ones, such as wooden letters or light lamps. she may even ask you to keep an element of yesteryear, like that blackboard where he learned to add and subtract, for example.
YOUTHFUL AND SUPER FRESH
Another of the colors that has great acceptance among young tweens is mint green. If your daughter is passionate about it, choose it in the bedding as interior designer Daniel Lizarriturry has done here. Combine it with wood and fiber to give a super cool look to the room. Another trick? It integrates a design furniture, now that it begins to be more selective. By the way, have you noticed the poyets as window seats?
A “GROWING” ROOM
If your daughter is practical and likes simple things, white furniture is perfect and versatile for her to grow up with. You can add details that speak to your personality and give you “vibe.”.
A GIRL’S ROOM TO SIGH
If you want to fill your daughter’s room with tenderness , this bedroom will serve as inspiration. The wallpaper is always an easy and effective way to give personality to a bedroom. The hearts, the lamp and the bedside table are the perfect accessories to have sweet dreams.
A ROOM WITH A VIEW
This wooden bench by the window is ideal for lying down to read your stories and store your toys inside. A good way to keep order in your bedroom. And, at the end of the reading, let’s play kitchen!
TWO BEDS IN ONE
A rustic decoration is not incompatible with the tastes of your daughters. Natural fiber and wood stools harmonize with bedding and decorations. If your daughters are best friends, put the beds close to each other and enjoy an XXL space!Stools,
GROW IN FREEDOM
We bet on neutral spaces and evolving furniture that grows at the same time as your daughter does. Thus, you will only have to replace the accessories, as your tastes vary.
I HAVE SEEN YOU!
An exposed brick wall is enough to attract the attention of any room and this one also has pallets that serve as a table and pouf. More versatile, impossible.
Who said that many elements are necessary to furnish a children’s room? Start with the basics: the bed, details related to your tastes and, yes, ample space to play.
AND NOW THE TABLE OF THREE
Because being a large family is not an easy task, designing a girls’ bedroom to the millimeter can be key on a day-to-day basis. The youngest’s beds are in L, while the oldest has a flown bunk that is the envy of her sisters.
A loft room will give them a very cozy feeling. If they share a room, place their beds in L- like here-to free up space. The mattresses practically at ground level … you are going to love them.
WE’RE GOING TO THE ALPS!
These simple wooden bunk beds attached to the wall , leave all the prominence to the wallpaper of fir trees in black and white. The details in natural fiber and the pink fabrics give it that feminine touch.Wallpaper, in Fine Little Day.
GIRLS GROW UP
When they start to grow, they need a change of environment and natural wood will always be a good option. We love the originality of the bedside tables: a wooden bench and a pair of wicker trunks.
TRIO OF COLORS
Navy inspiration with white, red and blue as the protagonists, for this multiple bedroom where the priority is to leave a central area dedicated to free movement.
LET’S MULTIPLY BY TWO
These sisters share a spacious bedroom with a study area and plenty of storage space … Avoiding conflict is always important.
WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE
If your little one loves animals, make their space very, very personal. Although the gray color is serious, combined with the natural wood and the touches of red color, it makes for a super cool room .
MARK THE DIFFERENCE
Pink and purple are the colors that girls like the most, but if you combine them with gray, brown or green, you will get a totally different effect; because they are not all the same.
TAKE A LOOK AT THIS IDEA!
The bunk beds use ropes as support, thus avoiding the annoying bars and giving the set a lot of lightness. The bedding to match the wallpaper, add that fun point to the space.In the rain model wallpaper , in Ferm Living.
BLACK IS THE NEW PINK
If you think that black is not a color for a children’s room, see how well it looks. Combined with white furniture it is a success and will give you the possibility of giving it the personality you want, thanks to the accessories.
ONE FOR ALL
The two beds are separated by a desk and the walls are filled with joy with the polka dot wallpaper. The small mirrors and pictures match the textiles.
This bed keeps another one underneath, so that your daughter can invite her best friend and organize the best pajama parties.
IN WHITE AND GRAY
If you want a more neutral decoration and take advantage of the meters, take note. Position the bunk beds perpendicularly so that you can use the space under the bed with a chest of drawers, like the one you see here.
A TRAVEL IN THE TIME
This Provencal-style bedroom has a lot of romance. The light and the pink, green and gray colors take over the decoration and the antique details give it that personal touch that will delight the most tender girls.
EVERY INCH COUNTS
When there is not much space and the girls have to share a room, the best thing is to activate the imagination: cabinets under the bunk beds, drawers everywhere and a bookcase for stories in the back.
THINKING IN THE FUTURE
Adding a bed to the baby’s room for when he leaves the crib is a great idea. Until then you can use it … We assure you that you will use it more than you imagine.
A REFUGE FULL OF MAGIC
A loft is the perfect place for the little ones in the house to feel like a refuge. This bedroom is super versatile thanks to the beds that are used as sofas during the day —designed by Cristina Carbonell— and the cheerful cushions that flood it with color.
WHITE AND RADIANT
Time flies by and girls get older in no time. Your room should accompany you in that process, nothing better than changing the bed for a larger one and starting to opt for minimalism.
YOU HAVE TO SHARE
If you have little room at home and your children have to share a bedroom, you need to read this. These sisters make the most of their space by using the must-have furniture and adding lots of color to the bedding.
THREE COLORS FOR TWO SISTERS
These sisters share a room in shades of pink with white furniture and headboards upholstered in flower fabric. The gray details give the environment a more neutral touch and combine great with pink.
FOR VINTAGE GIRLS
At a certain age they can decorate their room themselves and fill it with everything they like, why not hang their favorite hats over a reclaimed door like this one?
ALL IN LINE!
For those adventure-loving girls, these train bunk beds are great, they allow you to have plenty of drawers and to them hours of fun getting on and off.
IN PETIT COMMITTEE
Everything is tailor-made for your world, with a nightstand and drawers under the bed for your comfort. Don’t you love how the grayish blue of the furniture looks with the pink textiles?
SUMMING UP TO THE MAXIMUM
The two beds and the stool, which doubles as a bedside table, is all the furniture you will see here. But thanks to the garlands and the dark wall, a room with a lot of charm is achieved .
TIME TO PAINT!
If the girls are still small, the most important thing for them is that they can have a play area where they can feel free. Putting up a chalkboard wall is a great idea for them to unleash their artistic talents.
SOLUTIONS UNDER THE PILLOW
The infant beds with storage are an ideal solution to store your things and find more inspiration here. This bedroom has a desk and shelves that can be transformed into a study area as it grows.
A classic bedroom full of ultra-feminine details, for the most dreamy girls. The bed is between the nightstand and the dresser, and the flowers and birds roam freely.
A HIT OF EFFECT
Don’t be fooled, the only headboard that covers the two beds is wallpaper that simulates colored wooden planks. What is super original? A creative solution for sloping ceilings and with little space.
WITH ITS OWN PERSONALITY
Let your daughter speak across her room, let her hobbies shine in every corner. Like here, where the taste for nature is evident.
ONE AFTER ANOTHER
These little ballerinas have their beds in a row against one wall and a long desk with three chairs on the other. In this way the center is available for its games and dances. Isn’t it a great idea to decorate the wall with your hobbies?
A DREAM COME TRUE
Everything in this shared bedroom is delicate and very romantic. The beds with the metal headboard, the textures of the fabrics, the ceiling lamp and the color pink, make any girl feel in the clouds.
A ROOM DIVIDED IN TWO
The beds have a wooden headboard with shelves to decorate with the most personal details and a half wall separates the study area. Green and pink make the perfect tandem.
Fortunately that of the colors “girl” and “boy”, is falling into disuse and blue is one of our favorites, if we talk about children’s and youth bedrooms. If you have a narrow and small room, try putting everything on one wall, like here, and opt for custom furniture.
DETAILS TO LET YOUR IMAGINATION RUN WILD
Sharing a room is not always easy, but if you choose neutral colors the task will be much easier. This wallpaper matches the cage lamp. Yes, open!
A PSYCHEDELIC TOUCH
If the furniture in the room is white, try adding a touch of color to the accessories. The fun-filled wallpaper is coordinated with the purple and lilac throws.
FOR THE DREAMERS
This special bedroom is suitable for romantic girls and lovers of details. The wallpaper, by Coordonné on the wainscot, and Laura Ashley on the ceiling, fills it with delicacy and the lamp takes us to other times, they will feel like in a story. Do you want to see the whole house ?
A RAY OF SUNSHINE
Light is one of the main ingredients that a children’s bedroom needs, and with this window that problem is solved. The table and shelves are adapted to their size, so they can enjoy their world.
FOR THE MOST CLASSIC
Here it smells of freshness, sweetness and peace. The shelves are essential because they can use them for their toys or, when they grow up, to keep their books close at hand. Wallpaper and bedding add extra energy to the environment.
EVERYTHING FITS IN A LITTLE HOLE
There is nothing more important than maintaining order if you live with children and here you will find many tips in this regard. Your little ones will have many spaces in which to store their things thanks to this bedroom full of drawers.
A WALK IN THE COUNTRYSIDE
Pink and green are a bright and very sweet combination for the bedroom of two girls. The flowers and the rest of the elements in the same smooth tones give it harmony.
WITH ITS OWN NAME
The typographic details with his name will make him feel in his own kingdom and the wooden boxes are a very successful option so that they can store their toys and have them always at hand.
YOUR FIRST BED
Forget worrying about them falling to the ground. This bed, in the shape of a small wooden house, is perfect for moving from crib to bed. Wallpaper in pink tones makes the room feminine and fun.
It is important to create a world in their bedroom where they can play, be self-sufficient and have their things in order. Sometimes you have to do magic to ensure that everything has a place and here you will find ideas to save space in the children’s bedroom.
You better than anyone know what your daughter likes the most , what her favorite colors are or what drives her crazy. That is why we wanted to fill you with inspiration, so that your little one has a perfect bedroom and grows up happy. May the smallest in the house have sweet dreams.
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