Hello again! Dawn here, from AD Aesthetic, and I’m back with another mood board for your decoration inspiration. This time I thought it would be fun to get a bit colorful and design a moodboard for a girls playroom. Here’s what I came up with:
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For this space, I really wanted something fun and bright, with just a hint of a girly look to it. I imagine the walls in this room painted a very soft, neutral blue. Something like Sleepy Blue by Sherwin Williams. Soft textures, like the shag rug, curtain fabric, pouf and storage bin, add warmth and a homey feel to the mix, while bright plums, turquoise, and coral bring in a ton of color and unique personality! Decorating with very bright furniture is a bold move that you can totally get away with in a kid’s space, so live it up!
Finally, I added in some sparkly accents with the gold light and vinyl wall decals that pick up on the metal detailing of the campaign dresser. Overall, it creates a space that is inviting and put together, but not too formal. Perfect for a child’s play room.
If you like the moodboard I put together, feast your eyes on even more girly playroom inspiration that I’ve gathered up for you!
As always, thank you to Cassity and the Remodelaholic team for having me back each month. I’d love for you to visit me over on my site, ADaesthetic.com, or follow me on Facebook, Pinterest, or Instagram for more updates and inspiration. Have a great day, friends!
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Dawn is one half of the team behind the creative blog, AD Aesthetic. By day she works as the VP of Creative for a design and marketing company (getting paid to make things look good!), while by night she renovates her Midwest home, refinishes thrift-store furniture for fun, and works with her husband on raising two tiny humans. Dawn believes in the potential to design your surroundings and your life one day at a time, and lives by the motto, 'Make everything beautiful.' Get to know her better by visiting her blog, ADaesthetic.com, or following along on Facebook and Instagram.