Pretty, scalloped furniture pieces are the stock in trade of juvenile bedroom groups for girls.
Layered lightweight cotton print fabrics give a blithe, countrified air to a charming
four-poster bed. Designer: Pamela DiCapo. Retailer: Lauren Alexandra.
But once you've found the necessary bed, dresser and desk, then what?
Details on a little desk are picked out in
paint, and a simple wood chair gets
comfy with cushions and cheerful bows.
This beguiling room shows just how much further you can take a look with the right mix of paint and fabrics. The effect is captivating, thanks to a wonderful color palette and loving attention to dressmaker details.
A scheme of chartreuse, pink, and white creates a lighthearted ambience. Bigger furniture is off-white with pretty lines; small accessories of knotty pine are enhanced with custom-painted treatments.
What's really special is the sprightly mix of simple cotton fabrics and trim. Small-, medium-, and large-scale prints are used lavishly, but they're balanced for visual harmony and united by a shared color scheme.
The result? Springtime, year-round.
To go from springtime to medieval times, check out the castle decorating idea on the next page.
Source : HowStuffWork
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