Children mature at different speeds, and their rooms should be designed to grow with them. Some girls like to hang onto their little girl rooms for as long as possible, while others can’t wait for grown-up decor that looks like it belongs with the rest of the house. If you want to design a room for an older girl that will last into her teen years, create a base with adult-size furniture, flexible storage, and quality decor such as lighting, decorative mirrors, art, or a good rug that will become signature pieces of her childhood room. This way you can make minor adjustments once her favorite color changes using wall paint and accessories without having to start from scratch.
Whether they feature a play on the usual pinks, a canopy bed, a whimsical or dramatic wallpaper mural, or Scandinavian-style neutral tones, these 27 girls bedrooms will help you design a beautiful haven where the girl in your life can relax, play, read, study, sleep, and dream.
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This light and airy girls room from interior designer Ginger Curtis of Urbanology Designs has a fort-like treehouse bed, a mounted wall desk/vanity with a teardrop-shaped mirror and a bow-backed chair, a colorful vintage rug, and a wooden swing hung from the tall ceilings for a whimsical touch.
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This girls room from interior designer Mel Bean of Mel Bean Interiors mixes powder blue walls, vintage-style furniture, and bright, fun textiles in shades of pink to create a cheerful little nest that will work for years to come, and can be updated with simple changes like bedding and accessories.Continue to 3 of 27 below.
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This neutral-toned kids room from interior designer Ginger Curtis of Urbanology Designs has Scandi-style vibes with its blacks, white, and pale wood tones. The light and airy room is dominated by a large window, and the modern bunk beds leave plenty of floor space for play.Continue to 4 of 27 below.
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Lavender and Green
Interior designer Naomi Alon Coe from Little Crown Interiors pulled the lavender-and-green color palette of this Newport Beach girls room from the Bellewood forest wall mural from Rebel Walls. In the corner, she built a custom tree bookshelf from a real trunk. Throughout the room, wood tones are mixed with white, black, metal, and gold finishes. A sheer bed canopy ring hung behind the vintage-style bed adds a classically soft touch.
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Bright and Cherry
London-based blogger Geraldine Tan of Little Big Bell redecorated her daughter's bedroom with vibrant cherry wallpaper in tones of pink, red, and blue. Tan suggests keeping ceiling and floors neutral to frame the bold wallpaper without overwhelming, and to maintain a clutter-free environment so that it doesn't look too busy.Continue to 6 of 27 below.
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Elsie Larson from A Beautiful Mess used retro-inspired removable floral print wallpaper in creamsicle colors for this cheerful girl's room. Built-in shelving displays books and toys that can be swapped out as she grows and her interests change. The full-size bed will last through her teen years, and beyond.
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Interior designer Lisa Gilmore of Lisa Gilmore Design anchored this polished girls room with a large, colorful Persian rug. The queen-size bed is upholstered in pastel pink and dressed with a coverlet and throw pillows with multi-colored pompom detailing. A pair of black lamps and matching side tables create symmetry, and a trio of charming animal-themed prints above the bed add a bit of whimsy.Continue to 9 of 27 below.
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This girls bedroom from interior designer Emily Henderson of Emily Henderson Design is lined with energizing multicolored wallpaper in a wildflower pattern. A scalloped purple bedframe that functions like a daybed during waking hours, a desk nook painted in shades of purple and pink for studying and making art, and plenty of white paint and a neutral toned floor rug add balance to the high-spirited design.Continue to 10 of 27 below.
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This cool-toned girls room from interior designer Maite Granda uses a play of blue and white geometric patterns on an accent wall, and contemporary bunk beds and shelving for a crisp modern look. Decor like a floral throw pillow and a framed image of a pink bike with a basket full of flowers add a sweet touch while maintaining an overall gender neutral feel.
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Interior designer Lisa Gilmore of Lisa Gilmore Design used shades of pink, lavender, and navy and a vintage-style brass bed to create this charming girls room that will stand the test of time.Continue to 12 of 27 below.
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The team at Calimia Home decorated this spacious girls room in a 1918 Colonial-style home in Savannah, Georgia with old world charm. An antique wood bedframe, a vintage overdyed rug in shades of pink and beige, white walls, a pretty chandelier, and a sitting area and reading corner complete the space.Continue to 13 of 27 below.
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Pink and Ethereal
Interior designer Naomi Alon Coe of Little Crown Interiors created an ethereal take on a classic pink girls room with oversized floral wallpaper, a tufted pink headboard, plush textiles, gilded touches, crystal chandelier lighting, and a mix of pink and white accessories. The Louis Ghost chair by Philippe Starck adds a note of kitsch and highlights the natural light that floods in from the room's large windows. Curtains and an off-center corner canopy hung from the ceiling makes it appear taller.
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Emma Chapman from A Beautiful Mess created an adorable girls bedroom by focusing on a statement canopy bed that she painted in a vivid shade of pink. Black and white patterned wallpaper creates contrast and adds a playful note.
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Room Within a Room
This charming girls room from interior designer Maite Granda is anchored by a house-shaped bedframe draped in a fabric cover with peekaboo windows. Set low to the ground and dressed with simple pink linens and a lovely moon-shaped pendant light, it creates a beautiful haven for sleeping and a cozy place to read and relax during waking hours.Continue to 17 of 27 below.
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This lovely girls room from interior designer Mel Bean of Mel Bean Interiors has a fun lofted treehouse bed, an under-bed hangout area with cushions and throw pillows, and a charming seating area with a low-slung tulip table and Moroocan-style poufs for tea parties, games, and spending time with friends and family.Continue to 18 of 27 below.
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Interior designers Erin Coren and Lina Galvao of Curated Nest Interiors designed this girls room with mood-lifting rainbow motif wallpaper. White and beige furniture and bedding keeps the room feeling neutral, pops of bright gold metallics and a neon name sign above the bed add brightness, and a navy blue rug with a rainbow border reinforces the feel-good vibes.Continue to 19 of 27 below.
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Interior designer Christina Kim of Christina Kim Interior Design designed this snug and cozy girls room in a palette of white, beige, and shades of pink. Matching pink bubble lamps and a queen-size bed give the design polish and longevity, while a hanging chair in the corner for reading and relaxing makes it feel special.Continue to 20 of 27 below.
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Tall and Grand
Interior designer Lisa Gilmore of Lisa Gilmore Design decorated this high-ceilinged girls room with a tall unadorned canopy bed in a natural wood tone. A vintage bedside table, tall lamp, long drapes, and a lovely vintage-inspired wallpaper with a colorful floral motif creates a classic design that will work for years to come. Sweet touches like a pink sheepskin pillow and frilly laser cut initials over the bed add youthful personality.Continue to 21 of 27 below.
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Canopy of Dreams
This airy pink-and-white girls room and ensuite bathroom from interior designer Ginger Curtis of Urbanology Designs has built-in bunkbeds that leave plenty of floor space and room for a dramatic canopied seating area for hanging out and reading that takes advantage of the room's high ceilings.Continue to 23 of 27 below.
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Elsie Larson from A Beautiful Mess created a whimsical boho design-inspired girls bedroom with an intricately scrolled vintage-style wicker headboard, a Moroccan pouf and wedding blanket throw, a tall wicker giraffe sculpture, and graphic neutral-toned wallpaper.
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Potomac, MD-based interior designer Jodi Berger of JLA Designs created a sophisticated girls room in pastel shades with vintage touches such as a curvy upholstered headboard and lighting. She painted the ceiling lavender to add interest.
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This dreamy girls room from interior designer Maite Granda uses classic girls elements like white and pink striped wallpaper, a pink-and-white canopy, a curvy black wire chandeliers and matching decorative bird cages, and a tree mural that takes advantage of the room's high vaulted exposed wood ceiling. The child-size furniture can be swapped out for a larger bed and desk when the time is right.Continue to 26 of 27 below.
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Pink and Curvy
Jenkintown, PA-based interior designer Rasheeda Gray of Gray Space Interiors used a play of lavenders and pinks, an adult-sized arched canopy bed, midcentury-style domed lighting, and plenty of texture on accessories like a faux fur bed covering to create a girls room with style and staying power.
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