Let me start by saying that there is no law that says the kid's décor you use in a girl's room has to be pink and frilly. Truth is most girls want to express more of their natural selves in the décor in their rooms. If your daughter plays sports let her decorate with a sports theme it can be sporty and yet still be feminine. If she is into playing an instrument then by all means put scales on the walls.
An easier and perhaps less troublesome, alternative is a magnetic white board, which could be turned into a fun and constantly changing exhibition space. Galvanized metal can be bought at a home center and mounted onto a wall or closet door to create a super-sized magnet board. Because metal edges can be sharp, make sure the panel is set into the recesses of the door or has no edges exposed to little hands. You can use assorted fanciful, decorative magnets to attach artwork, photos and ephemera.
Shoji screens can also be used to define which space "belongs" to which child, without losing floor space or blocking light. Although traditional shoji screens can be difficult to find and expensive, any novice carpenter can build a sliding screen. Instead of rice paper, use canvas or cotton duck fabric if you have younger children; rice paper is too fragile to withstand abuse from curious toddlers.
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