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for a little girl's room. Aqua Attic diorama by Keera, via Flickr

cute bedroom for two girly girls I love the soft colors in this beautiful girls shared bedroom from Pottery Barn Kids. The bed canopy over each twin bed adds a nice feminine touch.

I was thinking about changing the "pictures" to how we can display our Christmas cards. But, not over our bed....

'Parisian Vintage Barbie Girls Room' Collection - Photo 1 "Inspired by my daughters love of Barbie and her dream of visiting Paris. We used a color palette of black, white, bright and soft pinks. The goal was to create a glamorous, yet functional space, fit for a five year old princess to grow with." - PrimPatriot #girlsroom #kidsrooms #kidsdecor

Cute way to hang up pictures! Love this.

As your children get into their teen years, it becomes more and more necessary for them to have a space to do homework in. Giving them a board to pin notes, etc. to will help them keep organized (as well as providing a space for them to express themselves without going crazy over your walls!). Make sure you talk to them about internet safety if they have a computer in their room though!

dorm [trends]. YOU CAN FIND THESE AT THE DOLLAR STORE OR 99CENTS STORE. THE OBJECT HERE IS TO SPEND LESS. AND SAVE MONEY. GREAT IDEA.

Teen Girl Bedroom Paint | Cute and Cool Teenage Girl Bedroom Ideas | Better Home and Garden

Tip of the day: Go to Target or Wal-Mart and buy one of these over-the-door shoe racks for about $20. Now, beautifully tie your favorite scarfs, tights, or beautiful fabrics onto each bar. Drape the excess into the middle, and hang over a door. You might actually wear all of your scarfs if you can see them properly.

Would be a great canopy idea for lexi's room

Yes! tank top organization - instead of wasting drawers and all of my hangers!

Makeup brush organization

check out the cable system to hang curtains in front of your bed. Kind of makes it feel like it is in it's own little alcove.

Ask for a black and white "engineering blueprint" of your photo from Staples/Office Depot and your pictures can be printed in large scale for around $5! Mount on insulation board or decoupage onto canvas.