Redesigning a bedroom interior can be a daunting task, especially when your daughter is growing up so fast. But make sure you make it fun by including your daughter's ideas and personality into the mix. As parents, we become distracted thinking of ourselves. Remember, making a bedroom practical is important as well as creating a place where a girl can unwind and be herself.
These days it's so easy to create customized furniture. All you need is to compile a set of ideas to redo your daughter's bedroom. Compile bedroom ideas by visiting furniture stores where they have a display bedroom. Sort through furniture and interior design magazines and pick your favorite interior design ideas. Browse the web and save the unlimited number of photos available for your book of bedroom ideas.
Once you have a set of bedroom ideas organized in a binder, discuss all choices with your daughter and let her guide you. Listen to everything she has to say before you begin choosing paint color schemes and furniture styles. You don't want to put in all that hard work without her approval. Agreeing with your daughter on practical bedroom interior design and "cool" bedroom interior design can be difficult. Key to redecorating your daughter's bedroom is patience.
When selecting the color scheme for your daughter's bedroom interior, research the bedroom colors. It is important that you create a warm and relaxing environment for your daughter because colors have an impact in her psyche. If your daughter wants the Barbie hot pink color, incorporate that hot pink color in an accent wall or certain furniture. Compromise between your daughter's likes and your preferences.
Buying secondhand furniture at your nearest thrift store is a worthwhile investment. I have found pieces of furniture that needed little retouching to look like new. Browse through Craigslist to snatch a great deal on quality furniture. Drive through your neighborhood to shop at yard sales. Yard sales have hidden treasures! You needn't spend thousands of dollars to redo your daughter's bedroom. Just a little elbow grease from your part will pay off in the long run.
If you have money to spend, consult with an interior designer. The interior designer will do all the hard work for you. Research their background and make sure you can communicate well with him or her.