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Going girly is all about striking the right balance, lest you end up with a space that is entirely too twee. Here are a few spaces that use femininity in just the right way.
Keep feminine accents to a minimum. A dress form here, a chandelier there.
Feminine pillows and a poof are tied together by art to add just enough girly to make an impact.
A feminine color used on a masculine shape, used here on the hairs, is a great marriage of style.
Wallpaper and pillows add a feminine punch but things are kept from going overboard by a simple color scheme.
Girly chairs are kept from becoming saccharine by a solid sofa and simple white walls.
Pink walls work because the room is otherwise grounded in stark shapes and colors.
Mirrored surfaces are feminine without being overtly girly. The feminine wallpaper isn't too fussy because of the large scale.
A few pops of soft color establish a feminine space.
Subtle shape in the mirror, wallpaper and chandelier speak to femininity but are kept simple to work effectively.
Fussy pattern in a simple, stark color works, once again, to create a feminine space that doesn't go overboard.
Texture can be feminine too. The soft rug and silky textiles are decidedly girly but subtle in color. Mirrored surfaces are also feminine.
Feminine chandelier + bold color = Toned down girly
Soft color in simple shapes to create a feminine space that doesn't overwhelm.
Pop of color here and there, soft curving shapes. It all works together to create a feminine space.