Pink Princess Theme Room

Most little girls absolutely love the color pink, and love to be the princess, too. Here are some ideas on how to transform your little girl’s room into a room fit for a princess, but leaving room to easily change the decor without major remodeling later on.

Walls

I strongly advice against painting the walls pink. They don’t stay little forever, and will most likely want a different color on their walls when they get over. Keep it white and use accents or murals. You’ll be glad you did later on. (When I was a kid, my room was painted pink at my dad’s house. I thought it was somewhat cool at the time, but absolutely HATED it it when I was a teen. Trust me on keeping it white!)

Example of Wall Decor:
Princess Castle Self-Stick Mini Wall Mural 36-Inch x 40-Inch

Window Treatments

Another very easy addition to your pink princess theme room is curtains and other window treatments. It’s not hard to find pink “frilly” curtains for a girl’s princess room. Plus these are easy to change as their tastes change. You can add something simple like the example linked below, or something a little more depending on your little one’s taste.

Example of Pink Princess Curtains:
Disney Tinkerbell “Flowing Butterflies” Window Valance

Lighting

Lamps can be fun and really “light up” the whole room. There are some really fun lamps to chose from now, so be sure to look around. While it’s simple to just choose a pink lamp, you can also pick up one that focuses on their favorite princess (or just princess in general).

Example of Pink Princess Lighting:
Children’s Cute Desk or Table Lamp for Girls

Bedding

This one is pretty easy, since you can find pink princess bedding just about anywhere. One of the most popular is the Disney princesses. They never seem to go out of style. Other pink bedding (maybe with some frills) would work as well.

Example of Princess Bedding:
Princess Rose Garden Comforter

Another option for the bed is a canopy. This idea stems back to the 16th century, when royalty had canopy beds and beautiful drapes over their bed. You can find the entire canopy and bed all together, or sometimes just buy the canopy. The canopy alone really isn’t all that expensive

Example of a Canopy:
Princess Canopy By Sid Trading

Additional Decor

Here’s where you can get really creative and pull the whole theme together. There is so many different types of princess decor out there, including a ‘general’ princess theme, Dora princess (great for little ones), and Disney princess. Decor would include not just wall decor, but furniture as well.

Example of Additional Princess Decor:
Disney Princess 3 Bin Organizer with Roll Out Toy Box in Pretty Pink

I hope these suggestions and examples give you some ideas on how to create a pink princess theme room for your little princess!

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7 thoughts on “Pink Princess Theme Room

  1. When I was three, my parents let me choose the carpet in my new bedroom, in the house they were building. I chose HOT PINK SHAG.

    That was 1973, and they just changed the carpet last year. Ugh.

    So, your advice about not doing things that are too permanent (wall colors, carpeting) is well taken!

    – Lea at Quick Serve Kids

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  2. Yes! I had pink carpet and walls to boot, so I can’t tell you how much I hate the color LOL. I’ve posted this before, but I remember as a teen my friends would comment “wow is this a pink room”. =(

    Ah yup, there will be no pink walls or carpet in this house!

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  3. Walls and floors. Making them anything but neutral is just asking for trouble. I sold real estate and saw some of the ugliest colors of carpeting and walls. Those were the homes that nobody wanted to buy.

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  4. I agree, paint adds so much to a room. Maybe even stencils on the walls would make a nice princess border as well. I have recently seen a princess shaped rug which would be perfect to cover up neutral flooring.

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  5. These are some great tips for room decorations. Many people don’t know how to do it and end up decorating as they go, leading to a bad design. I am really impressed with your tips and I hope that people will follow these advices the next time they think about redecorating their child’s room. Keep up the good work!

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  6. I had my dream room last year and then we had to move sucks!! I am seventeen and I loved my Pink Walls, and celing i had green trim!! with flower sponges we dipped in diff colored paint and put on wall! i was awesome so i dont see what you guys are talking bout some girls will love it forever!!

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