Colourful Cushions - The Easiest Way To Brighten Up Your Little Girl's Room
Decorating a little girl’s bedroom can be a lot of fun, and it's your chance to bring out the creative in you. The most simple yet effective (and non-budget breaking way!) to bring life and colour into the room is through cushions and pillows – but it can be tricky to know where to start. Read on for some tips on how to style colourful cushions in your little girl’s bedroom!
Let Her Choose the Colour Scheme
The most important thing when styling a room is that it reflects the personality of the person who will live in it - so start with letting your little one pick out her own colour scheme. Whether she wants a pastel paradise or a bold and bright rainbow-themed room, you can incorporate this into your cushion choices. Letting her make these decisions early on will ensure that she loves her finished bedroom!
Mix and Match Textures and Patterns
When picking out cushions for your daughter’s bedroom, don’t be afraid to mix and match different colours, textures and patterns. This adds more interest and depth to the overall look of the bedroom. Try combining a floral print with plain soft linen pillowcase, and then pair it with a textured and bold cord cushion. The options are endless!
Choose Complimentary Colours
When selecting colours for your cushion selection, if you want a calm and cohesive vibe then try sticking within two or three complimentary shades. A good rule of thumb is using shades within the same colour family – like blues, greens, or pinks – as this helps create cohesion throughout the room. But if your little one is a lover of all things bright and colourful why not mix and match and make it clash. Add a bright pattern, a soft pastel and then something textured to mix it all together and create a whole lotta interest. Colourful cushions can make as much.. or as little of an impact as you would like.
With these simple tips in mind, you'll have no trouble styling colourful cushions in your daughter's bedroom! Incorporating her own personal style while keeping things cohesive is key - so let her play around with different colours and textures until she finds something she loves. Have fun decorating!