How can i design this room for a 6 yr. Old girl?

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The rolm is slanted,acoustic tile,trying to figure out what color to paint room,its a pinkish sand,paneling,also what color to paint furniture,its a antique yellowish color with flowers,i want tk freshen it up,has two dressers,desk,hutch.
q how can i design this room for a 6 yr old girl
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  • Luc5919702 Luc5919702 on Jul 31, 2017
    6 year old girls are fun, so I think injecting colour would be good. I'd just paint the furniture white so it will go with any future colours you choose. If you want to keep the bedding, I'd just tie long ribbons in pink, blue, white to a hoola-hoop. Attach the hoola-hoop to the ceiling above the pillows and drape the ribbons down and attach to the side of the headboard to make a canopy of sorts.
  • Christy Cartwright Reid Christy Cartwright Reid on Jul 31, 2017
    i agree that painting the furniture white would brighten any room. Next cover the ceiling in waist coating painted white, as well as the bottom half of one wall. Pick a soft blue or pink for walls.
    This basic plan allows bedding to be updated as she grows-good luck!
  • Robyn Garner Robyn Garner on Jul 31, 2017
    Agreed on white furniture and walls. I'd scrap the bedspread - it's quite dated and old-fashioned looking. The big chain stores sell "bed in a bag" sets made for kids at low prices! ASK her what her favorite colors are before making decisions.

    She will want a small table for crafts, etc. Maybe an indoor tent to play in. Give the drawers some fun, bright pulls (again, think Target for low cost). Bookshelves to get her started as a reader.

    The ceiling is a quandary as you ideally want to brighten and update that also but must make sure they won't come down. Consider faux tin tiles that merely glue on top. The carpet doesn't look floor sitting friendly. If you can't replace it, at least get an area rug that is fun and comfy for her.

    Most of all....have FUN and do it with her help!
  • William William on Jul 31, 2017
    Here is what some other hometalkers did.

    http://www.hometalk.com/search/posts?filter=girls%20bedroom
  • ROBYN ROBYN on Jul 31, 2017
    Thank you, so much for all the replies,They are a so helpful,if i can keep my Lila Bug a little girl,i use the hula hop canopy,and white furniture.Jm going to let lila pick her own bed set.Thank you all again.
  • Marcia Kay Hayes Norris Marcia Kay Hayes Norris on Aug 02, 2017
    First I would check the Habitat for Humanity stores to see if they have any paint to use on the furniture and walls. Sometimes the diy stores have discounted paint that people had mixed and didn't want. When my daughter was little, I painted a garden on her walls with paint from the craft store and she collected rocks and lined the floor boards with them, she said all gardens have rocks. Lol. If you cannot paint designs then you could always get some colorful card stock from the craft store and cut out designs and use double sided tape to stick them to the walls. The dollar tree stores have certain Birthday decorations that you can use to decorate with, you just have to modify them a little. I bought a bunch of flower and butterfly decorations for my granddaughters Birthday and now she can repurpose them to go with her garden them for her room. You can also get bird houses at the craft store and paint them with bright colors to go with a garden them. I hope this helps. Good luck.

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