Stylish Little Girl's Bedroom by Martensen Jones

Lisa Martensen and Jan Jones put together this little girl's room and in my opinion, it is one of the prettiest I've seen online! I looked through their portfolio several times and there was no shortage of beautiful interiors! This ISN'T YOUR  TYPICAL girls bedroom...and perhaps that is what is so captivating to me. The use of blues & greens is always a great combo....what do you think?? For more of their work, visit their site here.








Photography by manny rodriguez

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50 comments

  1. I like it, I think it's refreshing that it's not in pink! I don't have any daughters, though...

    So my question is: do you have any suggestions for boys' rooms? I would love to have some ideas because my son will be getting a new room soon.

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  2. Wow! I loved it! First of all, I love green + blue..Xoxo

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  3. Yep, this room is lovely! Blue & green make a totally energizing space. Thanks, Jen!

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  4. This is one of my all time favorites, lovely!!

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  5. What an amazing room! She gets a double bed at that age... that seriously makes me jealous haha. She is a very lucky girl to ave such a beautifully designed bedroom :)

    Sarah @http://www.inkandbelle.blogspot.com

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  6. LOVE IT!!! my favorites colors, it's so fresh!! And the pillows... I want them!!!!!

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  7. I hate to say it, but my little girls would have to fight mommy for this room!

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  8. Beautiful colours!
    So refreshing...and the pillows are stunning!
    Great post!
    Kisses:)

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  9. Wow, great space! I could not even imagine being a young girl and growin up in such a gorgeous well designed room! That would have been my dream, since I was always redoing my own bedroom as a little girl. :)

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  10. So perfect! Those white lanterns are so lovely.

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  11. Just wanted to say that Im soooo happy that you're featured in Real Living Magazine! Its my absolute favourite mag and I buy it every month. Yay!

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  12. she is one lucky girl!

    i'd take that hermes throw myself!

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  13. you're right, this room is lovely. i wouldn't mind it for myself! i love the pillows.

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  14. I have just discovered your blog, via Table Tonic and she is right! its absolutely fabulous cant wait to discover more x

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  15. beautiful!! i too like that it is not your typical little girls pink bedroom. those shades of blue and green are very calming and i'm in love with the side table lamps.

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  16. i totally agree with you this must be the prettiest room i have ever seen.the colors go so well together and the lamps ..love them xx

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  17. Just gorgeous! I love using blue in girls rooms.

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  18. This is gorgeous! I would have loved to have this room when I was growing up... I'm pretty inspired to finish up my step-daughter's room now, thanks!

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  19. I couldn't agree more! There are so nice colors for girls, their bedrooms didn't need to be just pink! Just loved the photos Jen, you as always finding the most beautiful spaces to share with us!!!

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  20. Wow, will be saving this for my 10 year old who is begging me to redo her girlie green and pink little girl room (sniff).

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  21. amazing room and clearly she loves it. and im dying over the hermes throw, so perfectly placed!!! gorgeous

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  22. When I looked at the first pic..of only the bed and side tables, I thought, "This can be a bedroom for me". I too love the green and blue combo against a white contrast.

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  23. Wow. What a beautiful room! That's one lucky girl and one talented designer. Love it!

    :)
    R

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  24. Little Girls Room?? I want that for my guest room! The colours are adorable! Blue and Green should ALWAYS be seen! :) Hazel

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  25. I LOVE that is ISN'T pink! Green and blue can be TOTALLY feminine and this is the proof!

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  26. What a lucky little girl to have such a fabulous space!

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  27. I love love love blue rooms for little girls. I think if I'm having a girl, I'll do the room in yellows and blues with pink accents...but not all pink.

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  28. What a beautiful room! She can grow-up in that room & it won't look dated.

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  29. I LOVE IT ... ME ENCANTA! Jen ... it has been so great to get to you, I think I will need a daily vist to your blgo, no question! I started my blog more than a year ago and I never thought it will be so fascinating!

    Congratullations ... you have a "fairy" inside as we say in Spain! I will follow you and link you in both my blogs! Kisses

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  30. I love this room, there are elements I want in my grown up girls room! Love the pouf, the chair and that headboard fabric is amazing...

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  31. I love that color combo, so fresh!! It's a very pretty room that's not too 'young', she can definately grow up in that room :)
    Nancy

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  32. Oh my, I think this is the prettiest girl's room I've ever seen! I'll have to save this post and share. Love the Hermes blanket in the color theme. Wow.

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  33. Ooh, I just did a post yesterday on blues and greens. I love this combo and how fun in a little girl's room!

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  34. Not my favorite colors, but this is stunning! Very well done.
    I'm not a mother yet but I would love to have a baby girl and then make her a stylish, colorful and creative room like this, were she can play, dream and express joy.
    But I would do same think if it were a boy!!! :)
    Any excuses are good for decorating just a bit more!

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  35. This is so gorgeous! What little girl wouldn't love a room as fabulous as this? Love at first sight. K xx

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  36. ooooh I will show this to my seven year old who wants a literal interpretation of an "under the sea" bedroom!

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  37. so beautiful colors.
    thank you.

    xoxo,
    raru

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  38. Absolutely Gorgeous! Fresh blue and green. I love the unexpected.

    ~Rachel~

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  39. I love little girl's rooms NOT done in PINK! So refreshing.

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  40. What an easy room for a little girl to grow with into a big girl. Smart and sassy and brilliant!
    Lisa & Alfie

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  41. I love that it's not in the traditional colors. The blue and green are so fun and cool - what a lucky girl :)!!

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  42. What a wonderful bedroom. Great color choices. It's happy and whimiscal, yet sophisticated. Lucky little girl.

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  43. really cool room. i think it's important to create a space that children will grow into instead of feeling tied down to a certain theme. the color palette is perfection — i use some of the same colors on my blog!

    thank you for commenting by the way :) i think it's really cool when established bloggers like you take the time to comment on beginners' like mine!

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  44. great photos and great blog...count me as one of your followers! verbena cottage

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  45. I luvs it!!! I would take it ANY day!! I love it cuz it works with all ages!!

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  46. Oh wow!!
    Thats just soo great - what lovely colours:)

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  47. Seriously fun colors in that room:-)

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  48. Pretty! I have almost the same shades in my colour palette of the month: http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_OioYI8ns0xc/S-Br6jLf-ZI/AAAAAAAAAPw/ikjt8B8ajMo/s1600/toukokuun+v%C3%A4ripaletti.jpg

    I've added a touch of grey though!

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  49. Hi, I love using blue for girls too. But I have a problem. We moved into a new house and my daughter has the attic bedroom. It is large. It has a has a royal blue rug of very good quality. I'm talking "NY Yankee" blue! She 8 and likes to be different but I just don't know what to do with this blue. If it were lighter I could go in a number of directions. I've even thought about rainbow but ever fabric I find has a different blue, not even close. Also, theres no place for shelve or pictures because of the dormer roof. Any suggestions? Kim in NJ

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  50. KIM:
    Perhaps you could try doing a primary colors theme?? Basically similar to the colors in one of our custom Kids print here: http://madebygirl.com/product.php?sku=PC-14


    I think that may work better...! :)
    Hope that helps!

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