Gorgeous Monochrome Bedrooms for Girl
Scandinavian style is all about simplicity and minimalism. So, it makes sense that a monochromatic, black and white colour palette can create the perfect Scandi space. But using less colour in a room, especially when it’s a girl’s bedroom, can be a unique challenge.
There are plenty of inspiring ideas out there to help you achieve the perfect monochrome bedroom for your girl. Here, we’ve rounded up our favourites to get you started and added a few tips for recreating these interior designs in your own home.
Simple with Spots
When creating a monochrome girl’s bedroom, be sure to keep things light and bright to achieve an open and spacious feel. To do so, try using white as your primary colour and adding just a few hints of black for stylish contrast. The result will be a simple yet chic space with a serene feel.
When styling the space, opt for furniture and other large items in white or a light natural tone. Then, add small black elements, such as a Wall Effect Decal, or a black framed print, like the Eef Lillemor Pand Love Print.
By opting for such a simplistic style, you’ll also be creating an ageless aesthetic and a room that can easily grow with your girl.
Minimal and Pretty
To create a gorgeous Scandi style nursery for your little girl, you should aim to achieve a minimal and pretty aesthetic. A monochromatic colour scheme is a perfect way to do so.
Keeping things clean and simple with white-washed floors, white walls with simple black decals, and uncomplicated furniture will create a minimalistic aesthetic. Then, you can have fun adding pretty and feminine touches to complete the space, such as a rack of your daughter’s cute dresses or a Numero 74 Cotton Canopy Tent. But, be sure not to add too much colour, or you’ll ruin the room’s monochromatic appeal.
For more inspiration check out: Style Inspiration for a Scandi-Minimalist Kids Bedroom
Touches of Pink
While a monochrome bedroom should be predominantly black and white, you can still add a touch of colour to the space. In particular, a subtle dose of soft pink added to an otherwise neutral palette can instantly bring a girls’ room to life.
When adding colour to a monochrome space, just be careful not to overdo things. You only need a few small items in the hue to make a significant difference.
If you’re looking for a more subtle colour than pink, a touch of grey can work wonders. While still suiting the monochrome theme, grey can soften the contrast between black and white and create a chic Scandi feel.
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Black and White Accessories
When it comes to monochrome interiors, a plain white room can create the perfect blank canvas. When your walls, floor, and furniture are already white, it allows you to easily add monochromatic accessories, such as the Ooh Noo Little Village Baby Play Mat, to complete the space.
Toys, like the Peter Polar Bear by Lily & George, can also be a fantastic way to integrate a monochromatic colour scheme into your daughter’s bedroom. And, best of, if she forgets to put them away, it won’t matter!
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