Ideas for a Girl's Bedroom in Fuschia

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Ideas for a Girl's Bedroom in Fuschia
Fuchsia is a cross between pink and purple. (Design Pics/Valueline/Getty Images)

When decorating a girl's bedroom, taking into consideration her favourite colours, style and personality is vital. Whether she is vibrant and outgoing or more on the reserved side, her room can be decorated with style and still reflect her personality. If her favourite colour is fuchsia, you can incorporate this into different aspects of her room.

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Polka Dots

Polka dots are a pattern that is versatile with size and colour. When choosing fuchsia as the colour scheme, the polka dots can be all fuchsia, or they can have a variety of complementary colours along with fuchsia. These colours can include purple, pink, yellow, green or blue. If you choose to go with a variety of colours within the polka dots, do not choose more than four different colours as this will distract away from fuchsia.

The polka dots can be large or small, and they can also be a mixture of the two. The polka dots can be on the walls and the accessories throughout the room as well as on the throw pillows, throw blankets, rugs and lamps.


If the girl does not like polka dots, use stripes as the pattern of choice with the colour fuchsia. The stripes can be different hues of fuchsia or can be fuchsia with other colours, such as white, purple, pink or other complementary colours, such as green and blue.

The stripes can be on the wall as wallpaper as well as on accessories throughout the room including throw pillows, trim and handles on furniture. Picture frames and lamps can also have fuchsia stripes on them to match the rest of the room.

Alternate Solids

If you prefer to have solid colours instead of patterns, there are still several ways to accomplish this. All of the walls can be painted with fuchsia and the rest of her room can complement this colour within the same family, such as pink and purple. If you want solid colours, but a funky style, paint two sides of the wall fuchsia and the other two walls a different, complementary colour, such as blue, green or purple. Since the walls are a variety of colours, this gives her the option of choosing the same variety of colours to go throughout her room with her bed set and furniture instead of staying with such a monochromatic colour scheme.

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