Before you go out and purchase the first one you see, do a little research. Is the dealer reputable? Are they known for quality products? The thing is, if you choose one made of quality, it can be used for many generations instead of just the few short years your own child will be in it.
You can use paintings or prints of lighthouses, sailboats and other typical nautical objects or scenes. Old photos of lighthouses and boats work well. Images can be taken from magazines or books, cut-out and framed to hang on the wall, or arranged in small groups on dressers. Framed sailing maps, such as antique maps that trace the routes of early explorers provide an interesting touch.
When it comes to those images your little girl finds prettiest, there's little doubt that her own adorable face is one of them (and if not, it should be). Help her to highlight that picture she finds prettiest - that of her own image - with the use of mirrors. A full-length mirror on her closet door is almost a necessity. As is a dressing table with an ample mirror before which she can sit and experiment with hair styles, fashion and jewelry combinations, and (eventually) make-up.
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