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    Default Toddler girl room ideas please (decor)

    Hello all, I'm in need of ideas of how to do a girls room up (no wall paper, or painting) ideas would be great, pictures would be awesome.

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    What about a rug, bed linen & some pictures? Maybe some shelves/bookcases too that you can put things on?
    You could also get curtains to compliment as well?

    Our DD picked out sheet sets & a doona set in colours/patterns she likes (at 2.5yrs old) & has her name in wooden letters on top of the bookcase.

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    Honestly, check out Kmart. They have some gorgeous things at the moment that I've fawned over, wishing I had a baby's room to decorate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    Honestly, check out Kmart. They have some gorgeous things at the moment that I've fawned over, wishing I had a baby's room to decorate.
    Exactly what I was going to suggest. Google Kmart hacks and look at the Facebook Kmart hacks websites. Loads of great ideas.

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    Get on Pinterest! And yes Kmart has amazing stuff. Also adairs

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    Or a website called Houzz. There's also an app.

    My number 1 tip is to try not to make the room too toddlerish, design something they can grow into. For example it doesn't need to have fairies and sparkles etc etc. You can still design a room that suits her personality without the typical young girly items. Eg

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    Instead of this ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1435197729.791370.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    Or a website called Houzz. There's also an app.

    My number 1 tip is to try not to make the room too toddlerish, design something they can grow into. For example it doesn't need to have fairies and sparkles etc etc. You can still design a room that suits her personality without the typical young girly items. Eg

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    Instead of this Attachment 71013
    LoL that's funny.

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    Great ideas, yes, I'm in love with Kmart the past 2 weeks, I used to hate it and never thought much of it.

    The room is not done yet or started. I have a book shelf where I'll keep in the original room. P

    So I google Kmart hacks?

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    What does your daughter like? It's probably best to write down her favourite things and see what they have in common (colour, object etc.) and go from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curby View Post
    What does your daughter like? It's probably best to write down her favourite things and see what they have in common (colour, object etc.) and go from there.
    She's 1years old. 😃


 

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