From tot to tween: Girls’ bedroom decor that will last her for years {Giveaway}

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Create a bedroom that will last her for years

Whether you’re just getting started creating a bedroom for your soon-to-arrive baby girl or if you’re giving your daughter’s current bedroom a makeover, thinking ahead about using girls’ bedroom decor that will last her for as many years as possible is a smart way to decorate.

These are some of our girls’ bedroom decor favorites that will work in a nursery, a toddler’s bedroom and even a tween’s room.

Our favorite girls’ bedroom decor picks

Girls Bedroom Decor

Pink Fancy Chandelier, Chandelier by NK, $129
Use one of these gorgeous chandeliers as the centerpiece of her room. They are the perfect balance of being bold and bright with being feminine and girly, which will help keep it in her room for her entire childhood. (Psst! We’re giving one away below!)

Tiffany Blue & Gold Triangle Quilt, Rad and Happy, $265
Handcrafted quilts are in right now. Sure, they’re expensive and you will likely have to wait a few weeks, at the least, for yours to be made, but they are worth the investment and wait. Plus, there’s nothing better than supporting a mom-owned business, like Rad and Happy, when you shop!

Bold Leaves Limited Edition Print, Kelly Ventura for Minted, $20 and up
If your daughter is still quite young, consider adding prints and art to her room that is a bit more mature than her age. Pieces such as this from the art collection at Minted will be her favorite girls’ bedroom decor at any age.

Big Heart Limited Edition Print, Jorey Hurley for Minted, $20 and up
Another fun piece of art that we love from Minted. We especially love order our prints through their collection because you can easily customize the frame, canvas, printing paper and size to make it the perfect fit for her room.

Woodshop Monogram Letters, Anthropologie, $22 each
Using letters in girls’ bedroom decor is a must and there are many options to choose from. These letters are a bit off of the beaten path for a girl’s bedroom, but they bring a natural element in to her room to balance the bright pops of color.

Island Shine Tissue Paper Tassel Garland, The Paper Jar on Etsy, $38
DIY it or buy it, tissue paper tassel garlands are fun and an easy way to add some charm to her room. You can easily customize the colors to match her room decor, then hang the garland across the top of her bedroom window or closet or even the front of her bunk beds!

Fade Up Rattan Floor Basket, Land of Nod, $59
Storage is a necessity, but it doesn’t have to be boring. A basket like this is a girls’ bedroom decor essential, giving her a spot to toss her laundry, to stash her beloved stuffed animals, or to, eventually, store her coveted shoe collection.

Chandelier by NK giveaway

Girls Room Decor- Pink Fancy Chandelier

One winner will win a Chandelier by NK Pink Fancy Chandelier. (Value $129)
Open to U.S. residents only.
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Giveaway ends 1/31/2015.
Chandelier may take 4-6 weeks for delivery

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Meet the Author | Katie Kavulla

Having just made the move from big city life to settle down in the town where she and her husband both grew up, Katie Kavulla is a mom of three who strives to slow life down a bit… as impossible as that is with three kids under the age of 10. A blogger turned writer, Katie has spent the past few years combining the things that she loves into a career, with a focus on helping other moms tell their story, because Katie truly believes that every mom has one to tell.

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  1. I think curtains make the biggest statement in a girls room.

  2. Right now wall art is the biggest eye catcher in my daughter’s room, but a chandelier would make a great statement!

  3. I feel every girl feels more special when their is betting of some sort over her bed, like a canopy. It also adds height to a child’s room when other items are typically lower and smaller.

  4. We are in the process of upgrading my three year old’s nursery into a princess big girl room (her choice). This chandelier would fit in perfectly! So far, my favorite thing in her room is the mirror. It is a big statement piece with a pretty frame that she will never outgrow.

  5. My Favorite Décor For A Girl’s Bedroom Is Wall Art!

  6. My favorite for a girls room is the wall décor, I love wall decals for a girls room.

  7. I love bold luxurious curtains!


  8. My favorite decor pieces are luxurious bedding and a fancy chandelier

  9. Anything for any little kids room. I like dragon stuff! I don’t think there should be a “gendered” approach to decorating kid’s stuff, they should choose when they reach the age that they start liking what they like. Girls rooms and boys rooms ought to be pretty much the same.

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