Girl Bedroom Ideas

I love Style at Home’s ‘Which is High or Low?’ and House and Home’s ‘More or Less’ articles.  As I’ve been starting to think about decor ideas for a big girl room for Lainey (for the future), I thought I would put some ideas together.

girls bedroom 2_final

From Left to Right:
Pottery Barn Kids – White Lydia Chandelier;  Restoration Hardware Baby and Child – Appliqued Frame Cotton Canvas Roman Shade; Restoration Hardware Baby and Child – Vintage Hand-Carved Frames; Restoration Hardware Baby and Child – Braided Wool Baskets; Restoration Hardware Baby and Child – Knit Cotton Pouf; IKEA – Hensvik Cabinet with Shelf Unit; Restoration Hardware Baby and Child – Garment-Dyed Linen Bedding Collection; Pottery Barn Kids – Chevron Wool Rug
girls bedroom budget finalFrom Left to Right:
Target – Dream Big – Yellow; IKEA – Ung Drill Frame; Restoration Hardware Baby and Child – Braided Wool Baskets; Urban Outfitters – Stamped Scallop Rug; IKEA – Kristaller Chandelier; Urban Outfitters – Waterfall Ruffle Curtain (Cool Grey); Target – Threshold Upstate Pouf; Target – Room 365 Mandala 4-piece Toddler Bedding Set; IKEA – Hemnes Chest
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2 thoughts on “Girl Bedroom Ideas

  1. Whats the main difference between a baby carrier sling,
    and the baby wrap then? A couple of parents
    I know use the baby slings, I assume the wrap is just the non-connected version?

    • Hi, I’m not sure if you meant to post on my post or not. Just because I don’t recall posting on baby slings. If I did, then totally disregard my comment 🙂
      Anyway I totally don’t mind responding. A baby sling or wrap are kind of the same thing but there are different styles. Like the Moby wrap or ones with rings at the top. A carrier has straps and clips that you can adjust like that. Like the baby bjorn. The carriers are better for babies when they are a bit heavier. I found the wrap very helpful when my baby was smaller and couldn’t hold her head up yet. Hope that helps!

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