What are some girly room ideas

In recent times, the interior design has increasingly appeared to be reminiscent of a fairytale doll's house: everything is playful, girlish and has many details. For women, the current furnishing style is a long-cherished dream made of pastel, for men it takes a bit of getting used to.

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Ever since the German interior decorators joined the trend towards girly girl rooms from America, you can see more and more pink wallpapers, flowered carpets and large four-poster beds in this country. Every woman who used to want to be a princess can fulfill this wish in a creative, original and, above all, feminine way. The extraordinary femininity has manifested itself in two trends in particular, which one now encounters relatively often in local rooms. Internet portals have also quickly recognized the development, for example new trends can be found on smatch style and other online shops.

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Shabby chic
Shabby chic is a mix of antique heirlooms, flea market inventory and homemade furniture. The colorfully mixed individual parts are processed in such a way that they appear glamorous and noble. Nevertheless, emphasis is also placed on their imperfection. This means that after the furnishings have been redesigned or painted, artificial signs of use are also created. For example, you deliberately let paint flake off or damage the wood with a few dents or scratches. When it comes to coloring the inventory, the focus is primarily on delicate and matt nuances, such as pink or beige. If you want to make a room in shabby chic style a little more modern, you can also use some wall stickers with flower or butterfly motifs. The special charm can be achieved through little things: pillows, photos and candles are an absolute must.

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Baroque style
Long before the revival of the baroque style, it was synonymous with pomp and luxury. The pompous style is now finding its way more and more into today's apartments. So that you can also implement the abundance and splendor, you should use large, extravagant furniture with plenty of decor and made of festive fabrics. Unusual chandeliers and wall decorations with baroque patterns make the vintage look perfect. Oversized pictures in massive, gold frames and purple carpets complete the picture. Modern accessories, on the other hand, should be avoided as the style break does not give the whole thing an individual touch, but rather leads to irritation.

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Alternative ideas
If the styles described seem too exaggerated, you can embellish your interior with simpler means. Curtains, bedspreads and rugs in beige, for example, look very feminine. In addition, fresh bouquets of flowers always serve as a splash of color and eye-catcher and also ensure a pleasant room fragrance.