29 BEAUTIFUL DECOR TRENDS FOR A GIRL’S ROOM!

When it comes to designing and adorning the room of your little princess, let your creative juices flow! Involve her in the decision making and encourage ideas. Here are some trendy ideas that can help you…

Add life to the walls with pretty floral wall stickers. Check out our collection here: http://tinyurl.com/uberlyfe-floral-sticker

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Large mirrors make the room look big! Don’t miss the vintage clock in this room.

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Race car beds are not just for boys…this hot pink specimen is sure to steal your girl’s heart.

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Observe the vertical use of space with this bunk bed. There is enough space to store or play under the bed.

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This room has a funky doorway made in the shape of “Hello Kitty”!

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And here is the bedroom of a girl, who is clearly a huge fan of the famous kitty!

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The blue tree like structure in the corner of the room adds a surreal touch. Note how you can hang stuff on it too!

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Want to live the candy pink dream? Here is an idea for a fairy tale bedroom…

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Your little girl’s room doesn’t need to have pink all the time. This fresh shade of green can look great too. Note the utility of the futuristic bed.

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Adding a hint of indoor greens can perk up any room. Also use sheer curtains for a dainty look. You can also see: http://tinyurl.com/uberlyfe-tigerlily

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How about a blue and white decor? It’s soothing, calming and stylish. Infuse some ethnic or traditional prints to get a unique look.

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A uniquely painted wall can be interesting…

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Broad stripes in different shades or colors look super cool!

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And polka dots are so much fun…

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Does your little one love swimming? Then here is the ideal decor for her. The headboard of the bed is a storage unit but has a large space to display a magnified picture of your daughter, swimming! Don’t miss the funky bedding.

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Here again, is the room of two sisters who love the beach. Check out the slightly rustic decor and use of blue and earthy notes!

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There’s no harm in getting a little wild. The animal print of the beds in this room adds spice!

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Want to feel like stepping into a tropical forest, every time you enter the room? Choose large, colorful floral prints for the furnishing. Don’t miss the cool monochromatic rug in this room.

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The room below, combines blue and green to create a vibrant, off the beaten track appearance.

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Here is an example of how, oodles of natural light can make even the simplest rooms look amazing!

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There is room for getting ready, storing all possible stuff and to sleep in a cozy bed. Cool bedroom idea if you are short on space!

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If your little girl wants to identify her “territory” then see the clever idea below. Notice how the colors are brimming with life!

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Pastel shades of green coupled with white and pops of pink, look elegant and pretty.

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And well, pink and purple will never go out of fashion…observe the bird-like shelves too.

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If you have loads of space, then the idea below might be the one for you!

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Paisley print bedding jazzes up things in a primarily white based room…

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Like something out of the box? The multicolored paper lanterns in this room are pure fun!

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Beauty in diversity is the motto of this room. We just love the gorgeous colors and patterns of the cushions, bedspread and window shades!

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Opulence has no limit. So if, ultra luxury is your watch word, then this bed crafted like a carriage is the ultimate choice for your princess!

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Photo courtesies: Home Designing, Houzz, Digs Digs, Geelve, Kidroom Design Picture

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HOW TO TEACH YOUR KIDS ABOUT ORGANIZATION

Kids are super cute but they are usually mischievous mess-makers. So the earlier you start teaching them the value of organization, the more it will help them to succeed not only at school but everywhere else too.

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babbleStart with every day habits or routine like packing lunch box or school bag, getting dressed or even brushing teeth before going to bed. This will encourage them to remember and learn to do the essential things regularly.

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Designate a definite place and time of study. It should be a quiet place with least distractions. Encourage him or her to decide which assignments are priority. Sit with them to review the homework, things needed for school the next day or any special project work. You can install a pegboard near the study table to help organize papers, notes, art work, craft supplies etc. neatly.

3Use folders and files to sort and organize notes, assignments, completed work or work to do, separately. Make sure your child tries to do it himself gradually. Color code or label folders for ease if required.

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While choosing a school bag or locker or closet organizer to store all school supplies, make sure it has enough compartments to arrange different things easily. This is where toddlers start figuring out what fits in where and why they should separately stack things like books, notes, stationery, lunchbox etc.

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Teaching kids to clean up after play time or store their dirty laundry neatly is a cool way to teach them organization and also keeps the nursery clutter free. Will help you to breathe easy too! Use our incredibly cute toy organizers, storage sacks and multipurpose laundry bags to control playroom mess. The double flap organizers will help them separately store their toys, games, books, clothes and much more! http://tinyurl.com/uberlyfe-animalstorage 

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Use labels for bins if that makes finding stuff easier. Like for instance “Everyday toys”, “Favorite Toys”, “Old Toys”. Keep the bins for old toys or clothes higher up on the shelf and the more frequently used ones on the lower shelves so that kids are able to reach them easily. Teach them to donate toys he no longer plays with…he will learn to care for others 🙂

happyorganized life Use our colorful drawer dividers to arrange your children’s inner wear, delicate items or accessories. Motivate them to do the arranging themselves. You can also paint an old dresser with chalkboard paint and label each drawer for different items! http://tinyurl.com/uberlyfe-closetdivider 

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Get a funky, vibrant calendar for your little one’s room. Let them inculcate the habit of jotting down reminders like- things to do, household chores to help with or maybe something they need for school, exam dates, assignment submission dates and so on. Or encourage them to create check lists.

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When you go shopping, involve your kids while planning what things to get, which route to take. Even when you are planning a vacation, let them decide what clothes, games or essential items they want to take along.

ghk-kids-organizing-children-in-grocery-store-lgnAll these little ways can instill a sense of responsibility in your little munchkins and prepare them to evolve into sensible adults 🙂

Photo credits: Uberlyfe, Babble, Good Housekeeping, Elle-Design, A bowl full of Lemons, Freshome, Cgvector, Clutterbug, Happy Organized Life