581 teenage girl room decoration Bath Design Photos

Cre8tive Interior Designs
3 Reviews
Eclectic Bathroom
Hi. Absolutely love the vanity for my girls! Could you please tell me where I can find the basin or brand? Thanks.
like the wording on the picture for kyra's room
For a girl's bthrm or mom cave...Girls bathroom...girls bath...Sasha's room...Just for girls!...Girl bath
“paint” — cranez
Martha O'Hara Interiors
104 Reviews
Parkwood Road Residence Bathroom
two different girl's bedroom, so we needed to get the perfect color - a statement-maker that would coordinate with both connecting rooms. Thanks for your
Interiors. Give us a call and let us know that you're inquiring about the girls' bathroom from the Fall 2011 Dream Home. 952.908.3150. Thanks! -Martha O'Hara
home and the overall look and feel you want to achieve in that particular room. Please contact us if you like to consult with one of our designers about
wallpaper first part of bathroom in girls shared bathroom
Love the crystal drawer knobs - for girls' J&J?
I'd have killed for this candy-striped bathroom as a little girl (and I wouldn't say no to it as a grown woman, either). The sophisticated lines keep it
“Kid bath” — cosgrove3
Cre8tive Interior Designs
3 Reviews
Modern Bathroom
I love the faboulous wall decor where did you purchase this?
Thank you so much my daughter will love one in her room!!!!!
Fuchsia is not just for tween and teen girls. Vibrant pinks bring a sense of fun and lightheartedness to any space.
Here is a ladies' room in a retro modern bowling alley. Technically, the wall color is hot pink, but it reads red, and you could certainly do this in
“Iridescent mirrored tile” — cobijackson
Holland Rogers Company, LLC
Young girls bathroom
elements in the space. But because the room has an otherwise restrained color palette and it's not overly decorated or cluttered, I think it looks fantastic
10. Colour saturation A teenage girl or a woman with a passion for pink is sure to appreciate the fun choice
bold color into a room instead. This would be less successful if there were competing colors or elements in the space. But because the room has an otherwise
otherwise restrained color palette and it's not overly decorated or cluttered, I think it looks fantastic. Don't be afraid of using your favorite eye-catching
“pink cabinet!” — janejohnstone
Colordrunk Designs
5 Reviews
Colorful and Cheery
Beautiful girls bathroom! Where can I find that wallpaper?
from??plss I need help ASAP.. Contractor is almost done with my daughters room.
The two girls — Lottie is just a year old — share a bathroom. “I was praying my second child would be a girl so the hot-pink vanity would work,” says Jenna
“Pink vanity!” — antaylor1205
Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
Copyright Chronicle Books. Room by Simon Doonan and Jonathan Adler. Photography by Debi Treloar
is not genuine , then is it water resistant ? otherwise it s just for decoration. thanks x
If you click on "more info" below the pic, you'll see who designed the room (Noonan/Adler) as well as a link to a fun looking book. As for the ceiling
Be adventurous. We’re used to thinking black painted ceilings belong in teenagers’ bedrooms, but this bathroom proves that the look can be pulled off with
is perfect for the traditional style of the decorative metalwork on the wall and other accents in the room.
Can you imagine this as a powder room...metallic picture rail wraps around room
“Horse” — Hiroko Ozaki
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
25 Reviews
Marina Home
What color is used in this room?
Pretty pendant for girls bathroom...Girls bathroom...Girls bath...Bathroom decor...lauren's room...Girls bath-cabinet...For my girls
“Hollywood Regency cabinetry” — kristend23
9 Reviews
Pink Bath
I plan on using this design for my girls bathroom.
Everything but pink. I'm more of a purple or light blue kinda girl.
color for a room where you will start your day — as this homeowner did in this great bathroom.More: Houzz guides to using pink in your home decor
be frightening, but if you love pink, it's best to use a vibrant tone in rooms with very little sunlight. Pairing pink with black and white creates a very
color and the fetching framed mirror are the eye-catching elements in this room. Keeping the ceiling, countertop, floors and lower part of the walls white
“paytyn” — molnoskey2009
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