Bohemian trend for a girl's bedroom

Bohemian trend for a girl's bedroom

I have gathered here my favorites bohemian / hawaiian decor for a little girl's room. These trends are found a lot in Australian families. It is often difficult to arrange a girl's room and not fall into the stereotype of the baby's room. This decorative trend is perfect for girls' bedrooms between 6 and 10 years old. After 10 years you can still make it evolve without breaking your wallet. All you need to do is remove little girls' toys, such as soft toys and rattan strollers.

To make the bedroom more adorable, you can install a pretty rattan desk to stay in the "bohemian girl" spirit or add a wooden table. To achieve a decoration like this one you will absolutely need a strong piece of rattan, like the bed, a rattan shelf or a mirror. Don't hesitate to look at the images for inspiration.

Australian moms don't hesitate to boost this theme with beautiful wallpapers and wall decorations. Be careful once again to choose well so as not to fall into the baby's room. On the wall below we flashed on this pale pink wallpaper with large white palms. Nature has a great influence on decorating trends, and the rainbow is a beautiful element that brings color and cheerfulness to your children's room. I spotted this rainbow pattern double painting, the natural colors of the earth are beautiful. If we take a good look at the photo, the accessories are super well chosen for this somewhat boho theme, shell cushion, natural fiber chandelier and light wood shelves.

The color range for a successful "hawaian girl" bedroom is resolutely pink, beige and orange. Warm colors reminiscent of the sand and the beach. This trend is very inspired by the Australian surf and beach spirit. To reinforce the natural side of this theme, we decorate the bedroom with pretty linen sheets, wool blanket with pompoms and raffia rugs.

Color palette spotted at oaklynstudio.com

The style we are talking about here is really well represented in this Australian mom @ everyday.muse.

Raffaela is the mom of Indigo & Ollie and this happy family lives in Melbourne.

We find everything we talked about, the warm colors, the rainbow pattern, the natural materials and especially this magnificent rattan headboard.

photo @everyday.muse

photo @everyday.muse

Posted on 09/18/2020 Inspiration 560

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