Kids rooms are always so much fun to decorate with stencils, especially if you are itching to experiment with bold colors that your growing kids would just love! Haneen, a stay at home mom of 3 girls and one baby boy did exactly that to decorate a transitional bedroom of her baby girl gone tween. She has an art degree, so while not working, she tends to pour all her creative energy into decorating her beautiful home for her family.
Using a dreamy color palette, Haneen created a bold and fun room that any tween girl would die for! Haneen’s daughter picked her current color “loves” of sea-green and bright pink for her mother to create with. We think it’s a great color combination for a tween girl’s room, as it seems to reflect both her childlike and preadolescent stage at the same time. Haneen added a touch of whimsy to the wall by stenciling a polka dot pattern in light green using Royal Design Studio’s Medium Polka Party Allover Stencil. The feature wall turned out quite stunning, don’t you think?
For furniture, she used the dresser that belonged to her husband as a child, and the desk that belonged to Haneen herself when she was a kid. She further accentuated the room by gathering knick knacks from Hobby Lobby, Etsy, Ebay, Pottery Barn, Ikea, Home Goods and Target, to create an ideal dream room for her little girl.
Haneen scouted a beautiful quote for the bathroom wall from etsy. It reads:
"If you have good thoughts they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely”
– Roald Dahl
Haneen’s big girl room was chosen as the reader’s favorite on Project Nursery and we are proud to be a part of this fabulous project through our beautiful Polka Party Stencil. This stencil is as versatile as it can get and can be used to decorate for kids and adults alike. Don’t believe us?
Take a look at this glamorous Gold Polka Dot Hat Boxes DIY by Polka Dot Chair.
Looking for more décor ideas for your little girl’s bedroom? Here are some other fun projects: