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How to Decorate a Girl’s Bedroom

One of the trickiest rooms to get exactly right on the decorating front is a child’s bedroom, specifically a girl’s room.</br></br>While we’re making great strides, the world is still a tough place for girls of all ages. Your daughter should feel inspired, supported and nurtured during her formative years, and memories of her <a title="Kids Bedroom Furniture" href="http://www.atgstores.com/furniture/bedroom-furniture/kids-bedroom-furniture/" target="_blank">childhood bedroom</a> will stick with her for a long time.</br></br>It’s so much pressure! Ah, just kidding. Don’t worry, Mom and Dad. You’re not expected to know what colors and themes will make your little girl feel free and creative, and we can provide some themed design ideas to help you get started.</br></br><strong>An Artist’s Treehouse</strong></br></br>A fanciful treehouse theme is a great way to inspire creativity in a young adventurer. Consider foliage-inspired wall decor and natural wood furnishings to transport her to the hundred-acre wood of Pooh Bear or the banyan tree of the Swiss Family Robinson. Soft pinks and greens for bedding and drapes could even feature characters (dolls, toys and animal prints) that serve as imaginative aides.</br></br>A treehouse theme can make your daughter feel like she’s removed from the world of the everyday and charmed with the freedom to daydream and create, and her new imaginary friends can keep her company during her journey through childhood.</br></br><strong>A Princess's Palace</strong></br></br>These days, pop psychology pegs the princess mentality as a way to reinforce stereotypical gender roles, but confidence and solid values can be fostered through the princess lens with a little guidance within a framework that breaks down stereotypes instead of encouraging them.</br></br>It doesn’t mean your little girl has to forgo the fun pink-and-white four-poster bed, <a href="http://www.atgstores.com/furniture/baby-kids-furniture/kids-furniture/kids-toy-chests/type/princess-chests/">princess chest</a>, <a href="http://www.atgstores.com/furniture/bedroom-furniture/bedroom-vanities/">vanity</a> and all the trimmings. After all, imagination is a big part of growing up and feeling like a princess has its roots in empowerment and special beauty. These are qualities that every little girl can appreciate and take lessons from, even if she’s a natural-born tomboy …</br></br><strong>A Tom-Girl’s Tropical Paradise</strong></br></br>If your daughter loves playing outside, learning with her hands and being in the thick of the action, a tropical-themed room can spur her appetite for discovery. Bright reds, blues and oranges are a great choice for carpets and walls. Nautical-themed wallpaper can also add a nice touch, with lots of beach-y plush pillows and toys to complete the look.</br></br>No matter what kind of gal you’re raising, we're sure you can create a room that will inspire her imagination and cater to her creativity.
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