I need a cute bedroom idea for my tween daughter

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Something crazy,cute, fun and inexpensive.
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  • Polly Zieper Polly Zieper on Feb 27, 2015
    Have you asked her? look at bed, bath and beyond for a bedding set( coupons!!)or online for ideas. Are you doing furniture and everything? or comforter, sheets, curtains?Think about her personality- is she into girlie things? sports?books?There are a lot of cute temp. wall decals and wallpaper borders you and she could hang to tie the room to a theme.
  • Pup1097977 Pup1097977 on Feb 27, 2015
    I need something not girly but not tomboy. She likes Doctor who, Harry Potter, and Paris.
  • ...I would also look on CL, theres often BRAND NEW bedding on there. ..and curtains, etc. I wouldnt go ' too themey' so you can change it out as needed, but WOULD include elements she likes. ...and narrow it down to something she can ' be around' without becoming bored of it. :) I had tweens ( seems many years ago..lol. ) and I did their shared room in neutral colors with one pretty accent color...i.e. Whites/ creams/ and shades of pink, because they liked pink. Comforters were white, drapes as well, and took the roller shade in their room, and stenciled design on it in the colors I mentioned Some ' fun' throw pillows that had sayings on them provided a less serious feel to their room. I didnt want it to be ' themed ' , because children grow...but I also wanted it to feel fun, pretty and calm. :)
  • Cindy Cindy on Feb 28, 2015
    Ask your daughter. I am sure she has lots of ideas. You don't have to do them all. Keep the backgrounds neutral and accent with the colors she loves right now. She may love purple this year and next year hate it.
  • Ms D Ms D on Mar 01, 2015
    I like beachy themes withh shells, and tropical fish, too.
  • Tracy Tracy on Mar 01, 2015
    I would think neutral on the wall with pops of her favorite colors in fabrics. JCPenney has a line of reversible comforters that are inexpensive and easy to accessorize with fun pillows etc... Believe me that "tween" age does not last long. I redid my daughters room with $2.99 brass lamps from goodwill that I spray painted, the shade with it was trashed but the wire shape was good and we wove blue jean strips around it. Another idea - frame out an area on the wall with trim and put painted cork squares inside or put cork in an big frame. Those big ugly pictures go cheap at garage sales! We also purchased a wooden chair at goodwill, painted it and redid the fabric on it. Unfortunately you can't see that much since it is covered with clothes! Have fun with your daughter - your sure to create a great room and great memories!