Princess-Inspired Girls' Rooms
Little girls dream of being princesses, so why not give them their own tiny kingdom? Get inspired with these nine designer rooms.
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November 25, 2014
Photo By: Geza Darrah
Whimsical Bed Crown
Adding a regal touch to this girl's room, a bed crown featuring striped pink and solid green fabrics creates a stunning focal point behind the headboard. Ribbons drape across the chandelier for a grander effect and also mimic the ribbons on the bed skirt. Design by RMSer sljdesign.
Every princess castle should come complete with its own slide. Truly living in a castle of her own, a little girl finds everything she wants in this all-in-one piece of furniture that also features storage shelves, a bed and play loft. Design by RMSer NeverlandThemeBeds
Gold-leaf accents and silk fabrics outifit a little girl's nursery with whimsy and glamour. This European-inspired retreat fit for a princess was designed for Dr. Phil's first grand daughter, Avery Elizabeth. Photo courtesy of Petit Trésor
Pink and toile make for the perfect princess combination. Designer Sherri Blum of Jack and Jill Interiors uses furniture and accessories featuring curvy lines to bring a romantic, feminine quality to the nursery.
Never too early for a girl to feel like a princess. In this nursery designed by Charles Neal, a stunning canopy highlights the crib, while flowing draperies add drama to the space. Neal brings in furniture with elaborate carvings, a crystal chandelier and touches of gold to complete the grandeur.
Sweet and Whimsical
Over-the-top style isn't needed to create a princess retreat. Designer Sherri Blum of Jack and Jill Interiors uses a sweet color palette and antiqued furniture in this girl's room design. Whimsical artwork incorporates the fairy tale notions of "Once upon a time" and "Happily ever after."
Soft and cottage-inspired, this girl's room design by Jennifer Duneier of Duneier Design is simple in style but still fit for a princess. The four-poster bed is surrounded with silk curtains, and a pink crystal hangs from the custom-painted headboard for the perfect touch of elegance.
Designer Karin Haggard of Oopsy daisy creates a soft pink nursery fit for a little princess. The tiniest chandelier brings a touch of elegance to the room.
Disney princesses come to life in this girl's room. The princesses are kid-size paper dolls with multiple dresses for playing. Wall hooks above the bed allow the little girl to pick out her clothes for the school week and also act as decorations. See more of this of girl's room.
Room for Two
The shared room was designed to make two little girls feel like princesses. Matching custom beds bring balance to the space and also feature tons of storage underneath. A trio of chandeliers adds glamour to the space. Design by Jason Champion