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Need ideas and paint color's for girl's room 7 years old she's tired of tinkerbell? Any good websites?

.She's outgrowing her Tinkerbell room and were looking for colors and ideas for a different room that is smaller but her room now is too cold. I have checked HTV.com website and a couple of other websites but some want you to join for ideas I just want free stuff I already owe enough to different websites. Thanks Robin S


  1. Go to pbteen.com trust me there is bound to be something on there she will absolutely adore. Good Luck!!
  2. magazines are helpful...and your childs imagination and her opinion is a big decision as well. Go to the paint store and let her choose a color and take it from there, ask her interests and be creative from her ideas of what she would like.
  3. My suggestion is to ask her what she would like. What is a fave color of hers? Also, instead of going with a total theme and colors, you can eliminate the cost of re-decorating every 2-3 yrs. by going semi-neutral with the basics, and adding lots of extra cute things, especially with kids who's taste change along with their age. Have you ever decorated a bathroom/bedroom with everything matching? It looks gorgeous in a JCPenney's catalog, but you will quickly tire of the same busy look!
  4. Paint her room her favorite colors. We gave my daughter a room renovation as a birthday gift. We painted the walls brilliant green, Her bedspread and pillows were green pink and white. we painted her furniture and closet doors. The room looks amazing. We also found a corner lamp with the same colors. All her girl friends are jealous. we got the idea from the site mentioned below.
  5. I once did a project with a bunch of girls about her age - Using shoe boxes or similar size and the wallpaper sample books that a local store was giving away - along with the old fabric swatches - and magazines free from the library - the girls made their dream rooms in the boxes. Magazine pictures for the windows and furniture etc. I was surprised at the results. The girls had a wide range of tastes with some preferring the pink girl thing and others going for black walls. Why not let your daughter play the same way - give you both a chance to explore options.
  6. wE love to paint and decorate, I have a six year old almost seven. At this age I think your ideas should come right from her. Get her ideas and I like to make the walls something that could be used for other themes later on, cuz they never want the same thing for too long. Things like bed stuff make it colorful but no characters. :) You can always just a get a pillow or Sham in her fav. character...then do things here and there for the things she loves! We are going to be moving soon and my daughter has chosen to do an outside kinda theme. She wants a pastel rainbow, and grass, and blue sky on the ceiling. I have bought outsideish decor' like metal and paper giant flowers and butterflies and am going to hang those all over. If you look other than the decoration dept. you can find so many interesting things to use. But really I think you should just sit down with your daughter and ask her what she would have if she could have anything and go from there. have fun!
  7. If I had to choose it would be very PurpIey, Drapes hanging from the ceiling, sheer surrounding the bed. Kind of like a Moroccan Purple palace. Try to pick a wall color or colors that she will grow with. I would keep the room simple. Stay away from characters and themes.Pick out her favorite colors and paint the walls. Then you can choose some items that you know she adores and decorate the room around them. Pick out pretty things that have longevity.You can also provide her with some ways to organize or display some of those items that you have chosen, such as shelving units. You may want to purchase a mattress that she will have until she has graduate from HS or College. (Full size bed) By making simple changes, you can give her a big change while leaving her some freedom to continue the decorations to her liking as well! Good luck! http://www.landofnod.com/spill.aspx?c=6&pc=4 http://www.target.com/Simply-Wild-Lavender-Bed-Bag/dp/B000B79CQK/qid=1231873222/ref=br_1_8/183-1872246-9412139?ie=UTF8&node=369032011&frombrowse=1&rh=&page=1 http://www.potterybarnkids.com/shop/k/bedding/girls-quilts/index.cfm http://kidsthemebedrooms.com/
  8. I would ask her what colour that she would like and help her choose a colour from the paint store that both of you agree on.
  9. This is a cool site. http://www.colorblender.com/ Start with a color you like and it will generate a palette of colors that matches. You can use it as a base for everything in the room if you want.
  10. http://girlsthemebedrooms.com/
  11. play around with the Sherwin Williams color visualizer to help you imagine how the colors will look together. It is the best paint visualizer on the web, imho. I like how their color palette is laid out, I like that you can search by color family & color name, the "painted" rooms look the most realistic, and it suggests coordinating color schemes. You can literally spend hours: http://www.sherwin.com/visualizer/ I think "adrift" (# 7608) might be a good choice. You can take a photo of your house & upload it to the makeover gallery on this website: http://www.roomvues.com/ You can get color suggestions & for $5 they'll photoshop them onto your room so that you can get an idea of what it will look like.