Summers spent at Grandma’s house is a special American tradition. They’re even more special when you decorate a guest bedroom to suit a little girl’s tastes.
Tips For Creating Coastal Girl Rooms With Cottage & Bungalow
Little girls want to be big girls, and the following items work for coastal girl rooms that are “grown-up” with just a hint of magic. Begin by painting the walls a soft pastel color, and add feminine window coverings and colorful area rugs to match. Once the paint dries, it’s time to place the furnishings.
Start with the Glen Cove Daybed with a trundle option, if you happen to have two granddaughters. Deck it out with a colorful Scramble Matelasse Coverlet in Fuchsia and a stylish Peacock Feathers accent pillow, and your granddaughter will be delighted with her new sleeping quarters. Our Bennett 6-Drawer Dresser has plenty of room for one or two children.
Add a hint of historical romance with an elegant side table. It’s reminiscent of an antique but modern lines and contemporary geometric cutouts at the bottom keep it rooted in contemporary style. It’s perfect for holding her gadgets and a journal for capturing dreamy summertime thoughts.
Finally, we mentioned adding a little magic, and that is exactly what you’ll do when you switch your current overhead fixture for our new Henry Chandelier, made with your choice of antique gold or silver and luminescent mother of pearl capiz shells.
Need more inspiration? Visit the Cottage & Bungalow blog for more ideas for personalized assistance decorating a little girl’s room.