All of us wish that our children would just be happy with the way their room looks. Granted, Noah’s Ark or Winnie the Pooh doesn’t necessarily accommodate for a coming of age little girl, but in all of our minds, we wish it did. When that change happens, and your pink-loving pre-teen decides that she wants to redecorate, this article can help.
Parisian styled French Bedroom Furniture is an easy fix for any room. For your daughter’s room, it’s a perfect fit. You can also change the decorations for the room to match the furniture and transform a once child-like room into one that is filled with the colors and styles of Paris. If your daughter loves pink then there are countless ways to create a bedroom simply based on this color. This article will focus on one such design.
A wrought iron bed painted black is a great start for your French bedroom furniture. It’s simplistic, easy to paint or find already black, and minimalistic so it doesn’t draw away from the other parts of the room. Once the bed is in the room, cover it with pink and black mismatched linens such as: a pink and black floral bedspread with a pink and black striped bed skirt. These bold colors will brighten up the room and take any doubts of a minimalistic bed away immediately. The linens will bring the bed and the room to life.
If you can find a vintage bed side table, put that beside the bed, maybe lightly re-painted in a pink that doesn’t have to match the linens. Paint the walls pink and decorate them with pictures of Parisian sites or even just fashion sketches. The frames would look better black but any sort of frame will work.
If your floors are wood, add a throw rug that matches the colors within the bed linens. If you can, find a glassed-front armoire to place in front of a window. Paint it to match the walls and when the light shines through the window and releases itself out of the front of the armoire, you’ll be happy to see the effect in the room. If you’re feeling artsy, paint or apply vinyl applications to the walls that spell out French phrases. Paint or find a covering for the closet door that resembles a Paris street or market.