Girls Aren’t Just Pink
Girls aren’t just pink anymore. Sometimes girls just need some blue, green, yellow, orange, violet, red, brown, black and any other color can still be girly, fun and exciting. It’s also true that when we think about decorating a girl’s room we imagine lots of pink, hearts, flowers, princesses and tea sets. You can achieve a beautiful feminine room without using lots of pink.
How can we create a feminine space without all that pink?
1. A canopy over the bed is a romantic gesture but can be fun for a girl if you use bright colors and a fun pattern. Keeping the walls in white or beige helps highlight the design of the canopy.
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2. Tree branches, feathers, plants, wood, and other natural accents are great decorative accessories that give any space a fresh air and lightness.
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3. A room painted in green shades is quite beautiful and peaceful. Add a little style to a monochromatic room with a fun muticolored quilt or one in a neutral tone that stands outs from the colorful walls, like in the image below:
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4. Patterns in black on white create stylized, feminine and elegant spaces with a nice modern look, just be careful to not overload the room with a lot of patterns. Add color in the room with cushions or lamps.
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5. Wooden walls look natural and go well with pastel elements but also help balance the room without making it look childish or overloaded with it’s neutrality. In the picture below there are some pink and white paper lamps but you can use any color or color scheme. I have seen these paper lanterns in all sorts of colors and with patterns in case you decide to decorate a more dynamic space.
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6. Combining colorful walls with white furniture will help to achieve a feminine space in a safe and easy way.
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7. Patterns on quilts, cushions and curtains provide movement, color and texture in a room. Some of my favorites patterns for a girl’s bedroom are flowers, birds and trees, a natural style without looking too cheesy. This is a great way to bring some exterior elements inside your home.
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8. Decorating a kids room is an excellent opportunity to try complementary colors. The constrasting colors scares many people but can also be fun and dynamic. Red and green, yellow and violet, blue and orange are examples of complementary colors.
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9. I always thought that yellow is a beautiful color for a girl, boy and even adults. Yellow transmits energy and happiness. It goes well with natural elements such as fiber, textile and wood earth tones. You can combine yellow walls with pink or purple accessories to add more some more feminine touches to a room.
Look at this yellow ceiling, what a great idea!
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