As your little girl grows older, her bedroom should grow up with her. And with all this extra time at home, now might be the perfect opportunity to tackle a bedroom design project! But it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. In fact, designing your daughter’s room can be quite fun! It’s even a project you can do together. Because how much more special will her room be if you tag-team it??

To help you get started, we’ve rounded up nine rooms full of fun decorating ideas to help you design a kids room for girls. And guess what? It’s not all pink and butterflies! (Though we love those.) We created rooms and decorating ideas to speak to a wide variety of interests and preferences. Keep reading for some of our best kids bedroom ideas and tips!

kids room for girlsIt’s a girl’s world!

Want design ideas for a girls bedroom that’s fun, classy and subtly sporty? We’ve got you covered.

The Key Elements:

The mix of patterns is energizing—but keeping everything in the same color family makes this girl bedroom feel cohesive. The bed, nightstand, desk and light fixture have very mid-century modern vibes, which will beautifully age as your girl does. The desk gives your daughter a place to do homework, read, and work on art projects, and the open space with the pouf is a great place to hang out with friends.

The Color Palette:

The pastel color palette with pops of bold blue and brass drive home the mid-century modern design vibe in this girl’s room, but the neutrals allow the decor to shine. Having decor front and center allows it to easily change over time, as the color palette can be customized to what your girl wants as she grows older.

Why We Love This Look:

This is one of our favorite bedroom ideas for an active and sporty girl who’s a little older (it has more of a mature, preteen vibe). It gives her enough space to work and play—with soft colors to promote relaxation and sporty decor to energize and inspire her.

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kids room for girlsEclectic Kid Rules

If your daughter is bold, imaginative, and full of personality, this modern eclectic room idea is just the thing—and with bunk beds, it’s perfect for when you have two girls sharing a room!

The Key Elements:

This room design is both stylish and functional. Modern wood bunk beds are perfect for a shared space with two kids if you don’t have two rooms, and the dresser and hamper add extra storage. Layered rugs add a fun and cozy element, while the colorful palette with loads of texture—seen in the hide rug, the leather pouf, and the gallery wall—adds to the eclectic look.

The Color Palette:

The bold green bedroom wall adds drama to the space and kicks the style up a notch. Mixing those jewel tones with pastel elements helps balance things out, as does the neutral white and wood furniture. The fun brass pendant adds a sculptural element to the space and builds on the modern eclectic look. Overall, the colors in this bedroom are youthful and bright and help create a happy space your girls will love!

Why We Love This Look:

It’s dramatic and bold, perfect for creative kids and a great shared room with space to explore and play. Plus, the bunk beds can turn into two twin beds, which we love for maximum versatility. It’s an ideal design for kids over the age of 5.

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kids room for girlsClassic Whimsy

If you’re looking for quintessential, classic girls bedroom ideas, this is it. It’s sweet, simple, and girly without being frilly.

The Key Elements:

This bedroom has a soft appearance, embodied by the lightly distressed rug, the ornate rose-carved mirror, and the brass lighting. Classic white furniture adds elegance and classiness to the design. The open space on the rug offers a place for your girl to play that’s free of extra clutter, with the bookcase offering stylish organization. Natural elements like jute baskets add the right amount of texture and nuance to the bedroom.

The Color Palette:

The color palette of this bedroom is neutral, soft, and serene with a majority of the color being whites and creams. But little pops of brass and blue make it soothing, not sterile.

Why We Love This Look:

It’s soft and sweet, a classic girl’s room. We love that it’s simple and not cluttered—everything has a place. The space feels sophisticated while still being young and fresh, great for kids ages 6+.

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Flower Power

A little bit traditional and a little bright and bold creates a room that’s fit for your flower power princesses!

The Key Elements:

The traditional furniture and layout of this bedroom gives it a classic foundation—but the look is updated with bright colors and patterns. The twin beds are parallel to each other, which is great for shared rooms with two kids. It adds an element of symmetry and order to a room that could start feeling full with two kids and their stuff! The sconces provide good reading light—and opting for those rather than table lamps frees the shared nightstand/chest of drawers from extra clutter. The layered rugs cozy up the room and add color and depth to the space.

The Color Palette:

White shiplap walls and bedding give a nod to traditional and rustic style. The beds and chest also have that traditional vibe, and the darker tones help ground this look. Meanwhile, the bright multicolor bouquet rug brings bold color into the space, and the art plays up the colorful flower theme found in this space.

Why We Love This Look:

It’s dramatic and bold but has a traditional foundation—which creates a very dynamic mix. The colors make this space feel fun and lively, great for girls 5+ who love flowers, the outdoors, and vibrant colors.

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Serene Sage

This bedroom is soft and serene—featuring colors and furniture with dainty features for a very demure daughter’s room.

The Key Elements:

We love the touches of innocence and girly personality in the animal art, the crystal pendant, and other soft touches throughout this bedroom. The white furniture with caning and beveled detailing has a classic feel, one of our favorite room ideas.

The Color Palette:

This girls bedroom features a soft, sweet color palette of sage green and pink pastels. It has a very springy feel but won’t be out of place year-round. The fresh colors are lovely for a little girl’s room, creating a space that feels happy and light.

Why We Love This Look:

It’s classic in style, yet still feels youthful. It features furniture that can grow with your child but doesn’t feel too mature for a young kiddo. It has a very sweet aesthetic and is perfect for girls ages 5+.

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A Double Rainbow

This is a youthful and playful room, with bright, colorful decor and art that makes it a very fun space.

The Key Elements:

The symmetrical arrangement of two twin beds is perfect for a two-kid space where your girls either want the same of everything or want everything to feel fair and equal. The chest between the beds acts as a nightstand while also offering hidden storage. And there’s a lot of open floor space in this girls bedroom—perfect for crafts and playing together.

The Color Palette:

This space features a bright, multicolor palette that features lots of pinks, purples, and soft blues. But the neutral bed frames and bedding help balance out the bright colors in the rest of the space.

Why We Love This Look:

It’s like a rainbow! But that’s not the only thing we love. It’s a good use of space for two kids and features furniture that can grow up with them. Lots of layers make for a fun kids room that feels eclectic but cohesive. It’s a great design for kids ages 5+.

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kids room for girlsMermaids Hangout Zone

A little coastal and a little boho create a space full of style and personality for your preteen daughter’s room.

The Key Elements:

While this is a smaller room, by floating the bed away from the wall you keep the space feeling more open. A large nightstand offers added storage, while the gallery wall adds personality. And the chair and pouf combo creates a cool hangout zone—perfect for hanging with friends or curling up with a good book.

The Color Palette:

Neutral, wooden furniture aids in creating a beachy/coastal feel in this space, as do the woven rattan and jute accents throughout the space. Pastels and bright colors are mixed in throughout the space, mostly pink and blue, to drive home that beachy vibe. The upholstery in this space features stripes and bohemian patterns, embodying that carefree feeling.

Why We Love This Look:

It’s the sweetest mix of beachy and boho. This girls bedroom has a light-hearted feel and a  coastal design aesthetic that creates a fresh and “cool” space for your preteen to hang out on their own or with friends. This decor has lots of personality and can be personalized by your daughter!

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kids room for girlsBohemian Princess

Want a room idea for your bohemian princess? This room is cozy and packed with personality. It has a Jungalow feel with plants, macrame, woven texture—but in a slightly more muted color palette.

The Key Elements:

The slatted bed and hanging chair have similar elements and both bring in natural materials—creating a sense of cohesion. This bedroom is very laid back, and we love that it has two “zones”: a hangout area on the left side and a sleeping zone on the right.

The Color Palette:

Natural materials like jute, rattan, and wood create a neutral base for this bedroom and help establish the boho vibe. The soft pinks and greens—found in both the patterned upholstery and the plants—give personality to the space and complement the natural materials. And don’t forget a few pops of brass throughout!

Why We Love This Look:

It’s unique and very free-spirited—just like your girl. It has a relaxed vibe, creating a cool hangout zone for girls ages 10+.

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Space Of Your Own

This bedroom design offers the perfect approach when you need to maximize both space and functionality, for the girl who needs a little extra space of her own.

The Key Elements:

By arranging the pillows along the length of the bed, the bed doubles as a lounge space during the day (great for reading, spreading out, or having friends over) and a regular bed at night. And the hidden storage under the bed—kept tidy with a handful of baskets—helps you utilize every square inch of this room! The desk/bookcase combo is also multifunctional, useful for homework, computer time, and some extra storage. And a modern and cool space gallery wall gives some personality to the bedroom.

The Color Palette:

The dark green wall lays the color foundation for this space. It adds drama and a modern feeling to the space. But that’s balanced out with yellow, pink, and green pastels throughout the space to soften the look.

Why We Love This Look:

It’s modern and cool, with the perfect blend of sleep space and working area. Plus, everything in this bedroom serves a double function without taking up much space. This bedroom feels a bit more mature—perfect for a preteen or teenage girl.

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