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30+ Cute Designs for Little Girls Rooms

I’ve been doing a lot of client work lately, which means I’ve been searching a lot through my image archives, looking for bits of inspiration.

I have three little girls, so you’d think I might be a little sick of all things pink and frilly and sweet. Nope. Still love it all.

Want to see my very, very favorite girls rooms? Pure inspiration coming your way…

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  • Butterflies and stripes 1 of 38
    Butterflies and stripes
    That little chair (by LEE Industries) is perfection.
  • Sweet and sophisitcated 2 of 38
    Sweet and sophisitcated
    I love the blush pink walls with the simple white bedding. Such a grown up kids room!
  • Coral! 3 of 38
    Coral!
    What a punchy dresser! Fun!
  • Canopy love 4 of 38
    Canopy love
    This room is SO good. You'd think using the same pattern on the walls and on the canopy would be too much. Not at all though! I love it.
  • Chic, not so shabby 5 of 38
    Chic, not so shabby
    This room by Tia Zoldan represents a lot of the things I like about the Shabby Chic style - a comfortable, lived in look. It's charming and fun and perfect for a little girl.
  • Pink and green 6 of 38
    Pink and green
    Check out that cactus lamp. Need one! Side tables by Bungalow 5.
  • Mural 7 of 38
    Mural
    Love the over-sized chinoiserie murals here. So whimsical (can't believe I just used that word)
  • Clean and Busy at the same time 8 of 38
    Clean and Busy at the same time
    I like that this room is both spare and over the top. The people who live here are cool, I'll bet.
  • The mix! 9 of 38
    The mix!
    This room is down right genius. I love the mix of styles.
  • Hot pink headboards 10 of 38
    Hot pink headboards
    I could really go for a pair of hot pink headboards right about now. Love the Leontine Linens and the wallpaper too.
  • Pompoms!! 11 of 38
    Pompoms!!
    Look and the curtains too! Love the pompoms!
  • Oh Ruthie 12 of 38
    Oh Ruthie
    Ruthie Sommers can do no wrong in my book. This room is somehow both very pink and also very soothing.
  • Wall Puzzle 13 of 38
    Wall Puzzle
    Of note: Giant alphabet wall puzzle (wonder how quick the pieces would get lost?)
  • Barn doors? 14 of 38
    Barn doors?
    Chalkboard pain on sliding barn doors?! Genius!
  • Red 15 of 38
    Red
    This is a dang good-looking kids room. Plus, red is so fresh for a girls space. Love the tailored coverlets.
  • Another Shabby Chic space 16 of 38
    Another Shabby Chic space
    Love the stripes. LOVE the wall color.
  • Bunk Beds!! 17 of 38
    Bunk Beds!!
    Cynthia Rowley hot glued the designs on these bunk beds and then painted over it all with clean, crisp white. So scandinavian, right?
  • Pretty green and pink 18 of 38
    Pretty green and pink
    Must find more information on that mirror!
  • Jenny L 19 of 38
    Jenny L
    Jenny Lind cribs will always, always be my go-to crib style. Love the yellow here!
  • Frenchie 20 of 38
    Frenchie
    Forget the kids! I want this bed for me! Of course I love the canopy here too
  • Daybed! 21 of 38
    Daybed!
    Daybeds are so practical for kids rooms!
  • Mirror bhind the crib 22 of 38
    Mirror bhind the crib
    Big mirrors are a great idea in just about every space, including a nursery.
  • Pretty pink pom poms 23 of 38
    Pretty pink pom poms
    I love the tissue paper ceiling installation here. A pretty version of a mobile.
  • Magnet strips for kids art! 24 of 38
    Magnet strips for kids art!
    I love the coral paint, but the magnet strip idea is genius!
  • Another canopy 25 of 38
    Another canopy
    What little girl wouldn't love this? It's like sleeping in a princess tent every night!
  • Holy tufts!!! 26 of 38
    Holy tufts!!!
    I have never in all my life seen tufting like this. Amazing!!
  • Go Simple 27 of 38
    Go Simple
    This room is a great example of how making simple, classic choices will always look great and will also grow up with a child. This room could belong to a 4 year old or a 14 year old.
  • Matchy 28 of 38
    Matchy
    Matching the bed's upholstery with the chair's is so preppy. I love it combined with the pink wallpaper.
  • Sleeping in a cupboard! 29 of 38
    Sleeping in a cupboard!
    My daughter saw this photo today and asked if that could be her room. Winner in my book.
  • Oh my stars! 30 of 38
    Oh my stars!
    I wish I knew who made this star fabric. I just might have to make my own freezer paper version. I love it.
  • Modern meets Antiques 31 of 38
    Modern meets Antiques
    This kid is going to have serious taste. What a gorgeous nursery!
  • Another daybed 32 of 38
    Another daybed
    Love the orange velvet on the Jonathan Adler day bed.
  • Not Christmasy 33 of 38
    Not Christmasy
    Green and red together is so chic. Especially with the pops of black.
  • Blue is for girls too 34 of 38
    Blue is for girls too
    Love the blue walls here. Pink and blue are such a great combo!
  • Pink and orange 35 of 38
    Pink and orange
    Not loving the rug, crib skirt or art, but still a lovely room. That shade is killer.
  • Ethnic! 36 of 38
    Ethnic!
    Suzanis often have feminine colorways. Perfect for a little girls room with a well-traveled vibe. So bohemian!
  • PERFECT changing table 37 of 38
    PERFECT changing table
    I don't love changing tables - I never suggest buying a special changing table dresser or piece. Waste of space to me. But THIS! This is such a great idea and is executed so so well!!
  • French art 38 of 38
    French art
    Love these large French educational posters in a playroom. Also, my kids would sit in that tent and read for days on end. So sweet.

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