Published at Monday, 21 September 2020. Bedroom Design. By paula margaret.
Everyone knows that a princess lives in luxury, so that's the look you need to go for, but hopefully not at a luxurious price! If you can sew, look for fabrics like velvet, satin, lace, and eyelet in your child's favorite colors. You can use these fabrics to make extra full curtains as well as pillows. If you don't sew, look for pre-made accessories in coordinating colors. Make sure to have lots of pillows in various fabrics, sizes and colors. Great princess curtains are thick and full, with lots of extra fabric to work with.
If you're feeling creative, you can paint a mural on one of the walls. The mural doesn't have to look like a fine art painting, a simplified picture of a castle with banners flying would go a long way to give the room a magical feeling. Take a look at your child's coloring or story books for pictures you could use. If painting isn't your thing, you may be able to find a wallpaper mural or border with a princess theme.
One way to give your child's bedroom a princess theme is to decorate it with purchased items showing popular fairy tale princesses. If you want a more original and less commercial look, there are endless possibilities available to you. TO get some ideas, take your little princess to your local fabric store to find out what kinds of fabrics and patterns she likes. It's important to get her input early on to make sure the finished product will be to her liking.
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