Looking for ideas for a Frozen theme room? This grown up little girl's bedroom is filled with easy and fun Frozen Bedroom Ideas!
Well, it was time. Our 8 year old had outgrown her “baby” room. And if I'm being honest, we didn't put a TON of time and effort into her room when we moved from Los Angeles to San Diego. We sort of….threw the furniture in, got fairly organized and moved on to the next room in the house. Fast forward three years, and we decided it was a good idea to get her room transitioned to more of a big kid's room.
Our first step was to figure out the best use of space for the entire room and then to decide on a theme. We decided that a loft bed with a desk was a great way to maximize the space. Since Lydia is getting older, we knew the desk was going to be increasingly important and we also knew that she's love a taller loft bed. After a TON of research, we decided to get a high loft bed with a desk and bookshelf from Max and Lily. It's sturdy, sustainable, and we are so impressed with the quality. We also got a large bench from them that we placed under her window as a reading nook (she loves it and often sits there to watch the sunset while she reads).
Frozen Bedroom Ideas
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Now onto the fun stuff. Lydia's room decor was inspired by our favorite characters from Frozen. So think, cool colors, ice, our favorite snow queen Elsa, Anna and Olaf. We didn't want this to be a nursery, or a little kid style room….so we didn't want giant wall decals. We were on the hunt for more mature Frozen bedroom decor. Our goal? To find a few Frozen inspired theme elements that complimented her new furniture.
First up? An icy area rug. Now, this rug we got from Zulily may not be Frozen themed….but's it is filled with icy colors and looked like a more mature rug. It's the perfect color palette and totally made the room feel like it's stuck in eternal winter. Plus it's the perfect size to fit under the bed (we ordered it in an 8 foot by 10 foot size).
Next? A Frozen bedding set. We found a stunning set from Pottery Barn that added the perfect elsa anna vibes. It's a really pretty icy blue color, and I love the details on the bed linen. It's a great way to add fun Frozen things to the room that can easily be switched out when she gets older and moves on from Frozen fever.
We also wanted to bring in a few elements and different colors to the room, so we decided to add some great wall art. This seemed like a great alternative to a mural and or wall stickers but still really tied the Frozen inspired bedroom all together. And the timing? Couldn't have been better. Right when we started planning this room redo, Minted launched a collection with some amazing Walt Disney art pieces including Frozen pieces. We decided to line the characters (Anna, Elsa, and Olaf) vertically in Lydia's reading nook, and I love that it really adds those Frozen vibes to the area in all the best ways possible.
When it comes to Frozen bedroom ideas, these aren't massive diy projects. These are simple elements you can add to any kid's room that have a huge impact.
Have you done anything like this in your child's room? I hope that these simple Frozen bedroom ideas inspire you to make your kid's room a place you all love!
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