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A princess decor with a four-poster bed
Goal ### In children's stories, the princesses sleep in large four-poster beds sublimated by elegant curtains falling on each side. Reason enough to adopt the same rule in your daughter's room!
A princess decor with a silver dressing table
Maisons du Monde ### Another must in a princess bedroom: the hairdresser! This piece of furniture reserved for jewelry, make-up and hair accessories is the center of attention during afternoon games where little girls improvise as princesses.
A princess decor with a giant crown
Fly ### Another possibility for the headboard? Adopt a crown shape… In the royal family, I call the princess!
A princess decor with a mosquito net
Goal ### Hanging above the bed, a simple mosquito net is enough to give a royal air to the bedroom… It's the detail that makes the difference!
A princess decor with a castle
Fly ### I want to live in a big castle! Your little bitch is asking for a lot, and yet, by choosing the right curtains hanging under the base of the bunk bed, it's easy to transform your sleeping area into a palace.
A princess decor thanks to an all-height arrangement
Maisons du Monde ### To be a real princess, you have to see life big! This is the choice of this room having opted for a four-poster bed and a majestic high-pitched mirror, all to give height to the decor. Chic!
A princess decor thanks to a padded headboard
Maisons du Monde ### When you are a princess, the headboard must be up to par. With a padded silver covering, it is worthy of small
A princess decor with a canopy
Vertbaudet ### Here, the "princess touch" is none other than a canopy! Composed of two poetic lilac sheer curtains arranged on either side of the bed, it completely envelops the sleeping corner of little dreamers.
A princess decor with a chandelier
Fly ### In terms of lighting, it's hard to make it more chic than a chandelier. So if the children's room is not a big fan of this bulky pendant light, we change our habits to quickly acquire one. Especially with poetic models like this, the "princess suite" effect is completely successful.