Field of Flowers
By: H. Iacobacci-Miller
your little girl is no longer so little and she’s wanting
a room to call her own. Should you go pure pink or frilly lace?
A little girl’s bedroom doesn’t have to be all pink
with frills and laces. You can achieve a feminine looking bedroom
with all shades from pink to green or yellow.
This bedroom set is from HomeVisions.com
and is great for a little girl’s bedroom. By mixing and matching,
you can make it as frilly or unfrilly as you (or she) likes. This
set is ultra flexible with its reversible comforter. If the little
girl of the room loves her flowers, the yellow base provides a sunny
backdrop for a field of flowers in shades of pink with dark yellow
butterflies fluttering about.
To tone down the flowers, add solid colored pillow shams, throw
pillows and chenille throw. Not only will this tone down the flowers,
you can pull out another color from the comforter
if you want to tone down the yellow and throw in a dash of feminine
pink. The reverse of the comforter is a pink and yellow gingham.
Again, you can add solids to pull out more yellow or go with the
flow and add in more pink hues. The options are endless with this
type of comforter and can easily change with the mood of your little
This comforter set evokes as sense of being outdoors in spring.
To continue that feel, keep the window treatments light with sheer
panels or basic lace curtains. Let the little girl of the room accessorize
with her favorite stuffed animals. Keep your lamps simple and uncomplicated
so as not to overpower the room with a busy feel. Bulletin boards
trimmed in ribbon provide a refined place to display winning ribbons,
favorite best-friend photos, hair ribbons and more.
It can often be easy to go overboard with pinks and frills in a
little girls bedroom. Try to think of a simplified elegance instead.
Give her some of the frills, but with a touch of class. It’ll
be a room that you will both be proud of.
For more great bedding for kid's rooms, check out HomeVisions.com