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Purple Bedrooms for Your Little Girl

By: Virginia Switzer
October 21, 2019

These bedrooms and nurseries take violet to the next level of whimsical design.

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Eclectic Girl's Bedroom is Playful, Serene

Whimsical Hygge & West wallpaper sets the scene for this serene girly bedroom. Different shades of lilac and purple are used throughout the space to create a cohesive design without being matchy-matchy. The classic Jenny Lind twin bed is dressed in a variety of patterns, and a hanging chair is a cozy yet playful reading spot.

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Fairy-Tale Reading Nook

Soft purple and lime green evoke a sense of growth and passion, making it a powerful combination in a girl's room. The curved windows create a cozy nook for reading fairy tales, and violet flower details on the chandelier lend a touch of magic. Designed by Jennifer Duneier

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Toddler's Dreamy Retreat

Blue purples are ideal for bedrooms because of their ability to make a room seem relaxing. Lavender carpeting and walls stand out against white beadboard to give this room a cottage feel. For a personalized touch, hang framed images of your little girl's favorite stuffed animals above the bed, and add custom pendant lighting designed to look like bouquets of roses. Designed by Brian Patrick Flynn

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Flirty Upstairs Bedroom

Lavenders and pinks are the essence of femininity. These blushing hues work in sync with other colors to give this bedroom a girly vibe without being over the top. To keep the eye entertained, a floral-print accent wall breaks up the mass of purple on the walls and ceiling. Designed by Tobi Fairley

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