My daughter's room doesn't have the "shock and awe" value of my son's room, but it's still cute.
I was copying a room setup from a Pottery Barn catalog. They were selling an aqua butterfly comforter, but it was "dry clean only" and who the heck buys "dry clean only" for a child, anyway?? So I made her a comforter with appliqued butterflies. The "curtains" on her canopy bed are from IKEA, split in half vertically.
Her pink curtains are simply two panels with ties that I made, and then hung them up on drawer pulls screwed into the wall above her window.
Her ceiling has clouds painted on it, some in whimsical shapes, and her name is up there as well.
To make her dutch door, I ordered a prehung regular door, but told them not to drill for the knob. That way, I could move the knob location a little bit once the door was cut in two. Before I cut the door, I added a fourth hinge. After the door was cut, I needed to close off the cut edges (the door is hollow), so I used a thin wood strip and glued and nailed it on. Then I took a thicker wood strip and attached that to the top edge to cover the gap when the door is closed. I bought the dutch door latch online. The conversion was a serious PITA, it's not something I would recommend! ha ha! But it looks way cool.
While I'm at it, here's a little table I painted for her way back: