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My twelve year old daughters room
January 11, 2013 in Design Dilemma
I need some help she likes this wallpaper but I need another opinion because she can't decide
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That's a pretty strong look and if your daughter is like most tweens, she will hate pink in a couple of years. Rather than wall paper I would suggest a wall color that you can both agree on and some peel and stick wall decals that can be easily changed.
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It looks like the lips from the Rocky Horror Picture Show! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:The_Rocky_Horror_Picture_Show.jpg
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I agree with going with something easily changed. Since my daughter was 12, I have redone her room 3 times in 5 years. Girls are fickle. I love the idea of a neutral wall color and decals and accessories to change up the colors and styles.
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Maybe compromise by doing just her headboard wall in wallpaper and painting the rest of the room a complementary colour.
0 Likes   January 11, 2013 at 6:51AM
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E Klo
What if you could convince her to paint one wall a dark grey or even black (you can just killz over it in a couple of years when she out grows this phase). Then go HERE - http://www.wallzaz.com/kids-wall-decals/ and make those lips into a wall decal. Same look - but way easier to get rid of then wall paper when she turns 15 and decides that neon owls are really more her thing. ;)
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Have your daughter start a bedroom Ideabook on Houzz. Ask her to note what she does and does not like about each room and why.

Sit down side by side with your daughter and a pad of good drawing paper. Ask her to sketch out and describe what she wants. Take notes.

These activities will help you both understand what is desired for her bedroom.
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Your daughters choice is quite bold, and quite dark! Perhaps using the pink for the majority of the paper, and doing an accent wall. Compliment the accent wall with a dark grey vs. a black. You will still get great contrast and achieve the look she is hoping for!
These wall papers are easy to install and have such a great wow factor to them.

Just a few of the vast assortment of product;
http://www.primewalls.com/products_residential/viewsku/949 http://www.primewalls.com/products_residential/viewsku/80 http://www.primewalls.com/products_residential/viewsku/466

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