Disney princesses have been a staple for decorating rooms for girls since Walt Disney first penned Snow White for the big screen. As womanhood evolved, so have the princesses. Pocahontas and Mulan addressed an age of young women who were planning more than just to catch the perfect prince. Frozen is a culmination of that move toward independent thinking and strength.
Elsa, the orphaned princess with a secret deadly power, tries to take care of her kingdom and her little sister. Not only is she trying to keep her superpower secret, she is also coping with counselors whose advice is less than stellar, a pending marriage to Hans, whose behavior is often less than princely, and an impromptu adventure spawned by trying to run away from it all.
For little princesses from the age of awareness to adult, the aura of being misunderstood, the search for friends – and she does find some, a peasant lad whose behavior is far more princely than that of Hans, a snowman, and a crazy reindeer as well as a whole tribe of very odd creatures, the intensity of trying to cope with an impossible world, all provide beautiful vignettes that are perfect for framed pictures or posters. Add a canopy bed, which just about every little princess in the world wants at one time or another, drapes and bedding with a Frozen theme and even a doll or two, and you have created the perfect room for your little princess.
White and gold are perfect for a room such as this, but you can also match up the Frozen theme with warm wood or even bright plastics. Be sure to include a poster or even a doll that shows Elsa in her full regalia as a princess of the snow. With this theme, you have an “in” even with your pre-teen or early teen-aged princess.