Our transformation from a boy’s room to a girl’s tween/teen paradise is nearly complete and all things pink that my daughter once tolerated for her mom’s sake *wink* is now a thing of her past. This is now officially “her domain”! Hopefully you can find some inspiration with some ideas we were able to do and change it to suit the queen in your life.
Here’s what we did:
As I am working on my latest project, the tween room makeover, I found these neat little peel and stick wall art murals at Hobby Lobby. They have a variety of styles and designs. They retail for $19.99 but Hobby Lobby considers them “wall art” which placed them at 50% off during their weekly special.
Its a stick on vinyl, so all that you have to do is roll it smoothly over your wall. It comes with little jewels for embellishment that you can stick on as shown above.
The finished piece looks clean, crisp and very stylish. The best part? My daughter was able to do it by herself and we know how accomplishing something for yourself feels!
A Tween Girl’s Bedroom-Easy and inexpensive decorating ideas
I am blessed with a very quick witted and enjoyable tween daughter. With a college student moving on and another teen son taking over a bigger room, my daughter has an opportunity to also move to a bigger bedroom within our home which will leave behind her current room. Her current bedroom (above) is already decorated in a style that most TEEN girls would die for, so it pains me to disassemble it.
It may seem odd to give up her current room’s modern and trendy appeal, but there is a valid story and a certain amount of guilt behind it. When we first moved into our home, I painted her room the pink it is now. Florals, gingham check were the visions of “little girl” I once had for my daughter. Turning 7, she wanted something a little more hip and definitely anything BUT pink!
Not having the heart to repaint so quickly or do away with some decor pieces already in her space, I regrettably convinced her to “compromise”. So with a new comforter set and pillows priced at less than $200, along a few intentional decor pieces purchased on sale at Hobby Lobby for under $100 and a little creativity, we had a complete budget room makeover for less than $300.