Who says kids bedrooms can’t be stylish? Here is our list of our favorite ideas, schemes and tips for toddler bedrooms that look great while remaining practical. Whether you’re looking to create the perfect nursery, create a vibrant play zone or easy update for a teen, you’re bound to find something to fire up your imagination with our pick of the best kids bedroom ideas.
Whether you kids share a bedroom, or just have frequent friends to stay, consider investing in bunk beds rather than twin beds. They will take up a much smaller footprint so the room will seem more spacious and the space will be more flexible. That mean more space for your little ones to have adventures with there toys on the floor, which is essential if you don’t have enough space in your home for a playroom.
Add in a little extra storage that your kid will be able to reach even when they’re still little by using drawers under a cabin bed. It is perfect for a room that’s short on space and even has an exposed shelf for kids to tuck there books away on after story time. Add a vibrant colour scheme throughout the bedroom with a rainbow carpet and bright wall art, and it will see your child into their early teens.
Walls to textiles
For a cohesive look, extend the wall theme to the bedding, accessories, wall art and rugs. For instance, if room’s walls are blue and a nautical themed décor is present on the walls use our Nautical themed personalized pillow and nautical personalized throw blanket Keep in mind animal designs, stars and simple shapes in monochrome shades remain fairly unisex and should last them from tiny babies to toddler years and beyond.
Be bold with wall color choices
Traditional color palettes such as blues and reds are the classic option, but don’t be afraid of zingy yellows or calming pastel shades if you want something a little different. Dare to be bold by painting walls happy bright colors to make them a cheery focal point. Tone it down with a pastel color throw on a baby crib or a rocking chair.
Make the most of every inch of space with clever wall shelves, made even more smart by taking them into the corners. IKEA are a great choice for budget options. Use two different sizes side-by-side to create a V-shape. Alternatively, if you have matching sizes, cut the edges into a point to match them up in the corner seamlessly.
Feature walls with fun print children’s wallpaper or wall stickers are a great way to liven up a scheme (and are sure to be a hit with the kids). Take a theme and run with it in a child’s bedroom. A fun motif wallpaper is the starting point for a playful scheme with bold coordinating bed sheets, personalized throw pillow and a personalized throw blanket.