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    • Lau Bhdz

      Little Girls Room - fun colors and wall decor

    • Laura d

      color combo - yellow bed! Little Girls Room

    • miss g photography

      Fun, eclectic, colorful little girl's room idea.

    • Keagan Hanny

      Kids room decor. Love the colors and the ruffle bedspread.

    • Liz Kerkusz

      So cute girl's bedroom. I really like the mix of color and frames in the wall art. Whimsical-maybe Henlee's big girl room

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    Mixing vintage and modern accessories for an interior lesson in cool.

    i have a couple vintage tennis rackets that i want to use on the wall. thought this was a cute idea.

    Polaroid walls. This could be part of a really cool teen's room. Each time they have a birthday party, give them a couple of Polaroid cameras & 10 packs of film.

    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 ! :)

    I think this would be an idea if someone had to share a room with sibling. Give a measure of privacy

    Reading Decorate Workshop by Holly Becker - photograph by jasna.janekovic, via Flickr

    Im in LOVE with the clean lines of this sofa! I'm all about transitional spaces because I change my mind daily!!

    What a great way to unify an eclectic mix of artwork and to keep the focus on the art by using fine black frames. The placement of the artwork (low and centred above the armchair) is also important in terms of the staggered edge in helping draw the eye into the room.