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Friday, February 24, 2017

Update Her Nursery into a Big Girl's Room
She's growing fast and, unbelievably, it's time to update her nursery and make it into a room more suitable for a big girl. Here are a few ideas to inspire you (and her!) as you make the changes that will transform her space.
Use color for all it's worth–and it's worth a lot. It sets a whole different mood and gives you a lot of bang for your buck. What little girl wouldn't love a rainbow-like, color-filled room? But be sure to use a neutral tone (white, cream, tan) somewhere in the room to balance out the brightness.

Little girls and big girls love wall sayings and wall quotes. Let your daughter help you choose the wall decal that suits her perfectly–just click on our website! We have lots of wall stickers for baby girl nursery decor, plus amazing choices that will strike a non-baby mood as you update her space into a big girl bedroom. You might even want to pick more than one!

Is she ready for a little sophistication in her new girl's room? A pretty monogram wall sticker using her own initials is so easy to do–and the appeal is timeless. 
How about making a Chalkboard wall? These are a little more work, but worth it for the years of use it will get and the creative aspect it will add to your girl's room. When she's tiny, you can draw pictures or write on it for her. Then, as she grows, she'll have a ball making her own artistic creations, from a toddler's scribbles to a teen's drawings, poems, lists or goals, or even math equations. And, don't forget to include a bulletin board somewhere in your girl's room for all those special photos and keepsakes. 

Zebra Alphabet with Name
The perfect way to personalize your girl's room is a monogram sticker with her name. This is also a great idea if siblings share a room; it helps them each define their own space. You can even choose a zebra print monogram for some extra fun, or to go along with an animal theme.

Determined to use pink in your girl's room, but don't want it to be too sweet or too pastel-like? Try incorporating some richer tones like browns, charcoal grays, or even black to balance those sweet pink tones. That will add a welcome note of sophistication.

There are loads of ways to make your little girl's room into a big girl's dream come true! Let these ideas inspire you as you transform your baby girl's nursery into a big girl's room she is sure to enjoy for many years to come!
~ Sallianne

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