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  • Nilufer ACAR

    Feminine Girls’ Bedroom Ideas with Some Aspects must Know: Wonderful Girls Bedroom Ideas With Floral Wallpaper Decoration And Vintage Bedding Style Combined With Traditional Ceiling Light Design Ideas ~ SFXit Design Bedroom Inspiration

  • Daniah Artist

    look at that ceiling! Little Girl Room Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 2

  • Charitie Romrell

    the ceiling is so cool - looks likes there are stars when it's dark! Would be so fun in a kid's room, or maybe mine :)

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Love everything about this room. It is small but there is so much texture and colour just from the fabric choices ( bedding, curtains, rug, pillows, bed head & floor cushion ).

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Original pinner said ... love the chevron wall for a girls room. It could be simple and cute enough to stay throughout her childhood and even teen years! I've been asking to paint my room very similar to this ! :)

LOVE this. My husband would say he would have to turn in his man card if he slept here.

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