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10 Year Old Girl Bedroom Ideas (28 Pro Designs to Steal)

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Designing a 10-year-old girl’s bedroom is one of the hardest tasks.

This is because they are at the age where in just a few years, they will likely grow out of the things that currently interest them and will often suddenly drop things like animal themes because they aren’t ‘cool’ anymore!

So what are the best bedroom decor ideas for a 10-year-old girl?

The best bedroom decor ideas for 10-year-old girls are ones where the design can grow with the child into their teenage years – so try implementing decor that can easily be removed or will evolve with the child; like string lights, play tents, wall decals, and neutral colors.

In the rest of this article, I have used my knowledge and experience working as a professional interior designer to provide you with 28 of the best designs for a 10-year-old girl’s bedroom.

You can either steal these ideas for yourself or just use them as inspiration that you can adapt to your own liking.

Related: try these 20 kids’ bedroom ideas for small rooms.

28 Designs for a 10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom

Here are 28 design ideas to inspire you when decorating a 10-year-old girl’s bedroom:

1: Use Chunky String Lights for a Dramatic Upgrade

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Chunky String Lights
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Chunky String Lights (#1: Bialasiewicz – Envato)

Lighting design plays such a pivotal role in our spatial experiences.

In a bedroom – especially one belonging to a developing child – it’s important to have a lighting option that is relaxing and unique from the rest of the home.

I love the simplicity of this room as a whole, with its soft and warm bedding, and use of raw wood furniture for a rustic accent.

How to Achieve this Look:

Find a bed frame or simple raw wood headboard that is desaturated in color.

To contrast this, find large format string lights that provide enough light for reading, as these will be used as a task light.

Choose light gray bedding, plush throws, and a dark gray rug to ground the design.

Then use raw wood accent furniture to further enforce the calming effect of the nature-inspired room.

Click here to see 31 of the best college dorm room decor ideas for girls.

2: Include a Play Tent to Display Toys

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Display Tent
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Display Tent (#2: Nathan Dumlao – Unsplash)

One thing I like to include in children’s rooms is a space for them to display their toys (in this case, birthday presents) that is flexible for future use.

In this photo, they have used a play tent that serves as a gift corner during a birthday party, but at other times could be used for toys, reading, or homework.

Creating a deliberate space for all of these activities can encourage organization and ownership of space.

How to Achieve this Look:

Play tents are incredible things.

They’re relatively inexpensive and easy to assemble.

Find one that fits your specific space, and create a backdrop of long curtains and bright walls.

Add a rug under the tent to further define the area, and have fun decorating it with your 10-year-old!

Use pom-pom garlands, string lights, or other decorative art projects!

Click here to see how to decorate a small bedroom in 8 steps.

3: Contrast Dramatic Black and White Geometric Patterns

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Geometric Patterns
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Geometric Patterns (#3: bialasiewicz – Envato).

I love this playful spin on a black and white room.

Balancing shapes, patterns and a few shades of similar colors is a recipe for perfect harmony.

I love the playfulness in the circles and the maturity in the geometric lines.

The space feels soft with the subdued yellows and oranges layered under the graph-patterned blanket.

This is also a great example of a room that a child can grow into.

How to Achieve this Look:

This style is pretty straightforward in that your walls should be white or off-white (depending on your chosen bedding colors), and the furniture and decor should be black or gray.

Define the space with a dark-colored rug, add a slightly lighter or larger patterned floor pillow, then top the bed with naturally dyed linens and pillows.

Finally, add your large format pattern in a graphic throw blanket.

Click here to see how to paint your bedroom black and white in 8 steps.

4: Personalize the Space with Expressive Shapes and Decals

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Expressive Shapes
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Expressive Shapes (#4: bialasiewicz – Envato)

In my experience, I’ve had kids obsess over unicorn-themed rooms, trucks, tractors, and sometimes shapes!

This is an example of a room that implies triangular patterns just about everywhere.

The cohesiveness of a theme and rhythm of a pattern like this is pleasing to the brain as it processes its surroundings.

How to Achieve this Look:

Think geometrically when choosing rugs, decals, furniture, and lighting.

For this room, they’ve chosen a triangle patterned rug that pairs well with the solid color bedding and chair.

Place the triangular decals onto the wall directly above the bed, and install bedside lighting that hints at the angled geometry of the decals.

Look for ways to incorporate more angled lines in the room, such as an angled bookcase or a framed string art piece.

Click here for 15 creative ideas for painting bookshelves.

5: Create a Mountain Mural for the Adventurous Soul

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Mountain Mural
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Mountain Mural (#5: bialasiewicz – Envato)

I always include my clients in the design process – especially kids – as they have bold ideas that can often be used to create a mature space with playful qualities.

For example, a mural wall with calming mountains that fade into the distance!

This space is incredibly calming to my eyes because of its cohesive color applications and soft textures throughout.

How to Achieve this Look:

Map out your mural and spend a fun weekend painting it (alternatively, there are wallcoverings for purchase online, too!).

Your bedding should be chosen based on your mural colors.

Choose a mid-tone for your base sheets, then darker colors for accent pillows.

Soften the room with abstract rugs and wood furniture and accents.

Click here to see the 5 most calming bedroom colors for autistic children.

6: Center the Bed and Add Clever Storage

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Storage
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Storage (#6: Prydumano Design – Unsplash)

If your 10-year-old is upgrading to a larger bed, this is a great layout and look to try.

In past projects, I’ve placed the bed in the center of the room to create a sense of purpose in the space, as well as allowing opportunities for storage and traffic flow in the room.

This layout holds a sense of boldness and maturity, and would be an exciting shift for a growing kid.

How to Achieve this Look:

This works best if the furniture is modern in style and simple in color.

To create a room similar to this example, keep walls light in color, and choose flooring (or a rug) that contrasts the light walls and grounds the space.

The bed can be a fun weekend project, or you can find one with already incorporated storage spaces for books, toys, games, or shoes!

Click here to see the best beds that don’t require a box spring.

7: Put a Workstation Behind the Headboard to Improve Focus

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Workstation
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Workstation (#7: Prydumano Design – Unsplash)

In conjunction with the previous image, I am very excited about this bedroom layout.

Placing a workstation behind a tall headboard is the single most effective way to separate the work and relaxation mindsets.

It’s important that a child keeps their sleeping space separate from their working space, and a visual barrier will do just that.

How to Achieve this Look:

If you can align a bed and desk in the center of your space and still have adequate walking room, then I highly recommend this layout for any 10-year-old.

Make or buy a headboard that comes up to roughly 48 inches in height to block sightlines while working.

For an even calmer space, keep the walls and desk light to reflect the sun throughout the room, and make the headboard dark for contrast.

Click here to see the best headboards to buy now.

8: Add Personality with Prints on Prints!

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Prints
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Prints (#8 bialasiewicz – Envato)

Some 10-year-olds love a bold, branded space.

One way to create this is to layer patterns in the room!

In this example, there is the bottom (wall) layer with a tree print, a second layer with a simple block pattern, and a plush, chunky-knit blanket on top.

The creative freedom and the playfulness of the room are found in the selection of these patterns!

How to Achieve this Look:

The best way to layer patterns like this is to use a wallcovering with an organic graphic, bedding that is geometric, and a throw blanket with a lot of texture.

A textured throw could be a chunky-knit as pictured, or a faux fur blanket.

Adhere to a naturally inspired color palette, from the headboard and the side tables to the accessories and lighting.

Click here to see the 7 best bedding colors that go with gray walls.

9: Create a Corner for Meditation and Relaxing

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Corner for Relaxing
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Corner for Relaxing (#9: bialasiewicz – Envato)

Whether they practice meditation or not, growing up is stressful and 10-year-olds need safe spaces to be alone.

In this room, a girl has a set up to allow her to journal if she feels like it, read, meditate, or listen to music.

The ground lighting helps to lower her eye level while she’s there, and gives the plants a unique and artful light.

How to Achieve this Look:

Choose a cozy corner of the bedroom that faces away from a window or door.

Define it with a small area rug, and place a floor cushion near a wall, and a low table in front of or beside it.

Add more softness to the space by including pillows, throw blankets, and a low-sitting, warm light.

This space shouldn’t be too rigid, and it should have flexible furnishings that adapt to whatever you need the space for.

Try these 20 relaxing bedroom decor ideas for small rooms.

10: Add a Crafty Work Table with Recycled Crates

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Crates
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Crates (#10: bialasiewicz – Envato)

Using low-cost, recycled crates in a kid’s room is not only environmentally friendly, but it also allows for a quick and easy change!

What I love about this particular desk is that the supporting crates are flexible enough to manipulate the layout for whatever the need!

For example, if you have friends over, you can pull an extra crate out, turn the tabletop to be perpendicular to the wall, then add a seat on the other side for a collaborative crafting setup.

How to Achieve this Look:

Ideally, the crates would be between 26”-30” high.

On top of two crates, place a work surface, then surround the desk with other crates in a way that makes them accessible when you need to adjust the setup.

Decorate with hexagonal wall shelves, posters, and natural materials around the rest of the space.

Click here for 4 ways to recycle a memory foam mattress.

11: Coordinate Woven Furniture for an Eclectic Room

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Woven Furniture
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Woven Furniture (#11: visualsofdana – Unsplash)

Throughout my design experience, my love for woven and bent furniture has grown so much.

It’s feminine, beautiful, and always has a unique back story!

This furniture creates an especially unique look through its consistent black and white theme.

The lines in the furniture and the throw pillow all reference each other and complete the look.

How to Achieve this Look:

Whether it’s black, white, or natural colors, find and collect your wicker furniture for this space.

DIY might be a good solution for this style as well.

Make sure that all of your woven furniture is matching in color, and add accent pillows that reference it.

Choose simple white bedding, and paint the room white with dark trim.

Click here to see the 9 colors that go with dark wood bedroom furniture.

12: Organize and Beautify the Closet Space!

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Closet Space
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Closet Space (#12: RossHelen – Envato)

10-year-olds are constantly looking for ways to be grown-ups.

One way to help with this transition is to provide a template for organized storage!

By this, I mean creating a space that is specifically designed for the child’s storage needs.

By taking inventory of their belongings, you and your 10-year-old can custom design a space for all of their things to go into.

How to Achieve this Look:

All closets look very different, and not always like the one pictured above.

But you can apply the design aspects of this closet to your own by applying the key elements to your unique space.

After deciding on a design that fits your space and needs, plan for construction with black hardware, white walls, and dark wood accents.

Keeping a closet light and bright creates a sense of cleanliness, and often improves motivation to clean – such a bonus!

Click here for a DIY plan for building your own wardrobe.

13: Add a Plush Headboard for Them to Love as They Grow

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Plush Headboard
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Plush Headboard (#13: bialasiewicz – Envato)

Plush headboards are incredibly effective when it comes to making a room feel comfortable.

This combination of colors, textures, and “plushness” is perfect for a relaxing, more feminine bedroom.

Using an upholstered headboard like this one, in combination with rich blues and purples, makes for a moody, mature, yet playful room that would age well with a young person.

How to Achieve this Look:

When choosing your color palette, find royal shades of blues and purples for the wall color and the bedding.

Elsewhere in the room, choose accent furniture that is wood, or brass finish for extra shine, and place a contrasting bench at the foot of the bed.

Adding flowers as artwork further makes the space feel beautiful, safe, and delicate.

Click here to find out how to attach a headboard to an adjustable bed.

14: Create a Shared Room that Respects the Space

Shared 10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom
Shared 10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom (#14: Trend – Unsplash)

I’ve had clients in the past who are at a loss for how to organize their kids’ shared room.

It’s often difficult to encourage independence when they grow up in a shared space.

Creating a visually unique sleeping space for each child in a shared room helps with the need for privacy.

Though it’s not a completely private space, the visual barriers in this room are created by the “treehouse” bed.

How to Achieve this Look:

DIY or find a ready-made treehouse bunk bed!

Choose a corner of the room to place the bed in, ideally not crossing in front of any windows.

A bed that is white, black, or neutral in color (as opposed to a bright color) will promote sleep and focus.

I tell my clients to allow some ways for each child to personalize their corner of the shared room.

This can be done by choosing and hanging garlands, pictures, drawings, or even choosing a throw blanket.

Click here to see how to build your own space-saving loft bed in 7 steps.

15: Create a Retreat with Calming Natural Materials

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Calming Natural Materials
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Calming Natural Materials (#15: bialasiewicz – Envato)

Some of the most beautiful and calming spaces I’ve seen or stayed in are ones that primarily have wood or grass furniture and decor.

Natural materials like wood and wicker help humans connect to nature while indoors.

These spaces are welcoming of daylight, and make for a calming, breathable room for retreat.

How to Achieve this Look:

This look is timeless, simple, and quite fun to recreate with your own flair.

My advice to clients who are attracted to this style is to start with your main furniture.

In this case, your bed, wardrobe, and drawers.

These items can be solid wood furniture, whereas your accessory furniture, such as a chair or pouf, as seen here, can add texture with woven materials.

Add simple geometric patterns to the bedding, and choose muted accent colors for rugs and pillows.

See the 6 best colors that go with cherry wood bedroom furniture here.

16: Create a Tropical Reading Nook with a Floor Sofa

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Tropical Reading Nook
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Tropical Reading Nook (#16: bialasiewicz – Envato)

Including a floor sofa in a 10-year-old’s room is a great way to give them an area to grow independently!

I often encourage clients to create a well-designed corner of their home or room that is dedicated to alone or reading time.

I like applying these corners in bedrooms or playrooms.

This image is a great example of a “grown-up” jungle theme, as it uses playful patterns but still communicates as mature!

How to Achieve this Look:

The key to this look is balancing bold patterns.

Start by painting the main walls a light, off-white.

To contrast, find a set of floor cushions or a sofa that is dark in color and will visually sit heavy in the room.

Use light wood accent furniture, and a mix of patterned and solid color pillows, and allow the floor sofa to be the main source of pattern in the room – for example, stick with a solid color rug!

Try these 8 small bedroom decorating ideas if you have a tight budget.

17: Paint a Forest Green Accent Wall for a Bold, Natural Look

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Bold Green Accent Wall
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Bold Green Accent Wall (#17: bialasiewicz – Envato)

This is a wonderful, mature, nature-themed space that was executed well.

I love the adherence to the color scheme – orange tones, deep green, and the black patterns in the bed and lighting.

With the dark accent wall, it allows more of a sense of maturity and safety within the space.

The fox-themed accents are within the same line of home goods, and can be easily switched out once outgrown!

How to Achieve this Look:

Find a forest green paint that works well with your orange (or other colored) accents!

For window treatments and bedding, choose a similar emerald green for visual fluency.

Use wood side tables and plants to further complete the nature theme!

Try these 8 designs to decorate the wall opposite your bed.

18: Create a Mature, Relaxing Space to Grow Into

Mature 10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom
Mature 10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom (#18: bialasiewicz – Envato)

This room is exactly what I would want for my pre-teen.

It has relaxing colors and curved accents, and has moved on from a childish style while still including playful elements.

The color palette in combination with the wood floor reminds me of a loft interior, and the DIY headboard is unique to the owner.

How to Achieve this Look:

Choose a soft beige main paint, and discover various methods of adding picture frame wall molding, as we see in this example.

It’s a great way to accent your walls and hint at the soft lines in the furniture within the space.

Create a unique plywood headboard for the room and paint it a coordinating pastel color.

Use brass or dark bronze accents to mature the atmosphere!

Discover how to decorate your bedroom for an Airbnb in 7 steps here.

19: Add Color with a Rainbow Headboard

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Rainbow Headboard
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Rainbow Headboard (#19: bialasiewicz – Envato)

One reason why I love this kid’s room design is because it uses color in such an intentional way!

All the walls, floors, and furniture frames are light or in wood tones.

And the color is shown in the obvious headboard, but also in unassuming places like the desk lamp cord, boxes, books, or textiles in the room.

How to Achieve this Look:

Here’s how to add all the colors without adding too much color: create a headboard with painted wood pieces attached vertically, side-by-side.

Choose white and wood for furniture items and white for the walls – allowing the colorful accent pieces to take center stage.

Add colors through bedding, artwork, and accessories.

If there is room for a workspace, define that area of the room with a section of chalkboard wall.

Try these 19 cool bedroom door designs.

20: Add a Window Shelf for Play or Storage

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With  Window Shelf
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Window Shelf (#20: Akira Deng – Unsplash)

Adding a shelf in front of a window isn’t often seen, but can be extremely effective when considering space efficiency.

In this photo, the window shelf is used as a secondary play table.

For a 10-year-old, it might also be a play space, or an art and homework table.

Another reason I love this idea is because of the constant daylight that the child has access to.

How to Achieve this Look:

Window sills vary in height, but for a low table height, try to mount your shelves at around 40-45cm against the windowsill.

This way it is easy to sit on the ground or on a cushion and use the table top.

Add decor to the shelves with plants, and use the space underneath for concealed storage by inserting baskets or boxes.

Click here for 12 inspirational indie bedroom design ideas.

21: Add Feminine Flair with a Canopy and Rope Swing

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Canopy and Rope Swing
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Canopy and Rope Swing (#21: Jelena Mirkovic – Unsplash)

For the princess-obsessed yet getting older, this space is perfect with its calming visual composition and its flowing canopy, and the storybook swing hanging in the corner.

This space is light, bright, clean, and unique with its flower paintings on the walls.

It’s a serene space, perfect for taking alone time while growing up.

How to Achieve this Look:

Choose a creamy off-white for the walls that closely matches the light bedding.

Use this color reference while choosing other furniture items and decor for the room.

Hang a simple canopy in one corner of the room, and place the bed up against it in the corner to create a dedicated daybed.

Paint flowers on the walls or purchase decals to highlight the sleeping space.

Choose a remaining spacious corner in the room to hang a swing or rope chair!

Center the room with a rug to complete the space.

Find out how to decorate your bedroom as a married couple in 5 steps here.

22: Add Clever Storage Behind the Bed with Bookshelves

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Storage Behind the Bed
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Storage Behind the Bed (#22: Pressmaster – Envato)

Storage is everything for kids and pre-teens.

This space adds extra storage by putting a bookshelf behind the head of the bed.

It also serves as a shelf where you can place photos, decor, lamps, or plants!

I also like the brick wall that adds a slightly more grown-up feel.

How to Achieve this Look:

Go simple with wall colors!

If you don’t already have a textured wall, find a wall covering that suits the theme.

Paint the main walls an off-white, and add color to the space with wood furniture, cushions, rugs, or artwork.

Place a cube bookshelf behind the bed, and find baskets for concealed storage.

I personally like the look of white shelving and woven brown baskets.

Click here to see the 7 best and worst places to put shelves in your bedroom.

23: Plan a Functional Storage, Sleeping, and Work Space

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Thought Out Planning
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Thought Out Planning (#23: Huy Nguyen – Unsplash)

We often focus on how our kids’ rooms will look, rather than function.

Ask yourself, what is my 10-year-old going to do in this space?

Do they read books?

Do they do homework here?

The room above isn’t large, but it includes 3 main functional areas for the space.

The storage is expansive, the dedicated work corner is included, and there is even room for a large bed!

How to Achieve this Look:

Ask your child (and yourself) what they want to achieve in this space.

How much storage do they need?

Find a storage system that fits their needs exactly.

Will they need a desk for homework?

Or a bean bag for a reading corner?

Finally, choose an accent color to include in your soft textures and artworks.

Map all of these key pieces out with tape or on paper, and plan for a space that is ultra-functional!

Click here to see the best mattresses that don’t contain fiberglass.

24: Use a Relaxing Light Powder Pink Palette

Powder Pink 10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom
Powder Pink 10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom (#24: SANDRA REI – Unsplash)

When a girl is growing up and coming into her own individual space in the world, she wants to feel confident in the space she takes up!

This often means creating a calming space to retreat to while not navigating the fast-paced world.

Using pastel or smoky colors in a space calms the mind, and therefore is a great choice for a young woman’s room!

How to Achieve this Look:

Choose a wall color that is a light neutral, which can work well with most colors.

Add light wood accents for warmth, and choose textiles (bedding, rugs, anything soft) all within the same pastel color range.

Choosing simpler color palettes and limited textures promotes less visual stimulation and distraction while in the space.

Click here to see the best space-saving Murphy beds.

25: Take the Plunge and Go Bold with Color

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Bold Colors
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Bold Colors (#25: Huy Nguyen – Unsplash)

I’m sure there are some strong-willed 10-year-olds out there who are committed to this idea of having a bright room!

If this is a project you’re up for in your home, then have fun with it!

Bold colored rooms can take us to a whole new state of mind.

If kids require a lot of alone time, a deeply personalized space such as this can give them a sense of individualism and focus.

How to Achieve this Look:

This specific room is broken up into measured color blocks to keep it uniform and proportional.

After choosing your color, choose a neutral to balance it.

This space has neutral warm gray and bright red.

Paint the ceiling the main color, and make sure to allow as much light in the space as possible.

Choose semi-opaque blinds that are easily operable, and stick closely to a monochromatic color scheme with only reds and neutrals.

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26: Create a Built-in Daybed in a Cozy Corner with Headboards

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Daybed
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Daybed (#26: Daria Shevtsova – Unsplash)

As kids grow they need a space that feels unique to them and their home experience.

One way to do this is to include them in the design process by intentionally incorporating DIY aspects, like a homemade daybed.

What do I mean by daybed?

A bed that has 2-3 sides backed by a headboard or barrier.

How to Achieve this Look:

To achieve this look, research DIY plywood headboards!

I would suggest adding cushioning and upholstering, and mounting the boards in a corner or a nook of the bedroom.

When you place the bed frame and mattress against this wall, add decorative pillows, lighting, and personal touches that make the space unique to your 10-year-old.

Find out what the difference between a futon and a sofa bed are here.

27: Bridge the Maturity Gap With Minimal Animal Decor

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Minimal Animal Decor
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Minimal Animal Decor (#27: bialasiewicz – Envato)

A lot of 10-year-olds that I know are still obsessed with at least one of their childhood stuffed animals, or they have an animal-themed room that they’ve grown up loving.

Sometimes the animal theme can be a bit busy and visually overwhelming.

But there’s a way to keep the animals and create a middle-ground design solution that offers a slightly more mature look.

How to Achieve this Look:

When designing themed rooms for kids, I always tell clients to keep the walls minimal.

Anything structural or “long-term” in the room should remain simple in color, in order to “grow up with the child”!

This means that with easy decor adjustments, the room can quickly be transformed into a space for a young adult when the animal obsession abruptly ends!

Adding colors through fabrics, minimal artwork, and a few select stuffed animals, creates a simplified theme that won’t expire with age.

Click here to discover how to decorate your bedroom with a minimal style.

28: Use Temporary Decals for a Raindrop Accent Wall

10 Year Old Girl's Bedroom With Raindrop Accent Wall
10 Year Old Girl’s Bedroom With Raindrop Accent Wall (#28: bialasiewicz – Envato)

As a professional interior designer, I often suggest decals for kids’ bedrooms.

When I was younger, my parents got me pink and orange decals to put on my wall.

As soon as I woke up at age 14 and thought, “I don’t like these walls anymore”, I just took them down, and I had a whole new atmosphere. 

I like the idea of this blue raindrop accent wall because of the calming colors, yet it still adds an interesting colored backdrop to the room.

How to Achieve this Look:

To achieve this look, think blue.

Then find the decals!

Do some research online to find the perfect size and color of raindrops for your space.

When choosing furniture like chairs, side tables, and rugs, look for some with similar blue colors incorporated.

Keeping the colors to a minimum will help keep the space open and inviting.

Click here for 13 bedroom wall design ideas.


Image Attribution and Licensing

Main image: ‘Pink and Violet Girl’s Bedroom by mihalis_a – used with permission under the terms of Canva’s One Design Use License Agreement.

Image #1: ‘Wooden bench in the foot of the bed with grey bedding and cozy blanket’ by bialasiewicz (Licensed via Envato Elements).

Image #2: Untitled – Nathan Dumlao (Licensed via Unsplash).

Image #3: ‘Stylish bedroom design with orange and yellow colors in modern apartment’ by bialasiewicz (Licensed via Envato Elements).

Image #4: ‘Spacious bedroom with cosy armchai’ by bialasiewicz (Licensed via Envato Elements).

Image #5: ‘Spacious warm bedroom interior’ by bialasiewicz (Licensed via Envato Elements).

Image #6: Untitled – Prydumano Design (Licensed via Unsplash).

Image #7: Untitled – Prydumano Design (Licensed via Unsplash).

Image #8: ‘Bedside tables with lamps’ by bialasiewicz (Licensed via Envato Elements).

Image #9: ‘Girl meditating in room’ by bialasiewicz (Licensed via Envato Elements).

Image #10: ‘Study area in kid’s room’ by bialasiewicz (Licensed via Envato Elements).

Image #11: Untitled – visualsofdana (Licensed via Unsplash).

Image #12: ‘Woman in the wardrobe at home’ – by RossHelen (Licensed via Envato Elements).

Image #13: ‘Tidy cozy hotel room’ – by bialasiewicz (Licensed via Envato Elements).

Image #14: Untitled – Trend (Licensed via Unsplash).

Image #15: ‘Peacock chair next to single bed with beige bedding and warm blanket’ – by bialasiewicz (Licensed via Envato Elements).

Image #16: ‘Botanical kid’s room’ – by bialasiewicz (Licensed via Envato Elements).

Image #17: ‘Black fancy chandelier in fashionable teenager bedroom with single bed’ – by bialasiewicz (Licensed via Envato Elements).

Image #18: ‘Golden lamp on modern nightstand table next to blue bed in grey bedroom interior’ – by bialasiewicz (Licensed via Envato Elements).

Image #19: ‘Golden lamp on modern nightstand tableColorful bedroom interior with king size bed and home office’ – by bialasiewicz (Licensed via Envato Elements).

Image #20: Untitled – Akira Deng (Licensed via Unsplash).

Image #21: Untitled – Jelena Mirkovic (Licensed via Unsplash).

Image #22: ‘Bed in bedroom’ – by Pressmaster (Licensed via Envato Elements).

Image #23: Untitled – Huy Nguyen (Licensed via Unsplash).

Image #24: Untitled – SANDRA REI (Licensed via Unsplash).

Image #25: Untitled – Huy Nguyen (Licensed via Unsplash).

Image #26: Untitled – Daria Shevtsova (Licensed via Unsplash).

Image #27: ‘Workspace with desk and chair in elegant teenager’s room with blue and orange design’ – by bialasiewicz (Licensed via Envato Elements).

Image #28: ‘Designer blue kid’s room’ – by bialasiewicz (Licensed via Envato Elements).

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