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20 Super Cool Kids Bedroom Ideas to Inspire You TodayMonday 3 September 2018
20 Super Cool Kids Bedroom Ideas to Inspire You Today ⇒ Whether you have a young brother and sister sharing a bedroom, have a child who prefers a gender-neutral bedroom theme, or simply want to avoid the stereotypical “blue for boys, pink for girls” decorating tradition, there are lots of ways to decorate a kids bedroom that any boy or girl would love. Throughout this post, you’ll find 20 incredibly creative and stylish ways to decorate a kids bedroom, perfect for every style and taste.
The Fantasy Air Balloon is a themed bed that invokes the romantic and whimsical ambience of a hot air balloon ride! Kids will relate this bed to the Disney movie “Up”, while parents will feel like being transported to the adventurous tale of Phileas Fogg. This kids bed helps to create a playful environment that triggers children’s curiosity and creativity.
This green, vintage-looking wallpaper goes super well with an industrial style decor. It accents the brick wall and the rusty-looking chair.
One of the keys to successful children’s bedroom design is clever storage. Make storage practical, accessible and easy to use, so that children have a place where everything goes. Encourage children to have an input into the colour scheme or theme, if they buy into the idea of the room from the start and have a hand in how it is planned and arranged, then they are more likely to take pride in keeping it organised and tidy.
But if you prefer lighter ambiences, then probably one with a white background is a better choice. It’s the perfect decor solution for a room with big windows.
This boys’ room in a Florida home is given a global perspective with the use of a world map as wallpaper.
The navy striped wall energizes this boy’s room but can be repurposed in a more refined way. The wall art and tiger rug are movable accents that add a youngness without feeling tacky.
This travel-inspired bedroom decor is perfect for any little explorers out there.
When your kid sees this, he’ll completely forget about that cheesy car bed he saw somewhere. I mean, who needs a car bed when you can get your very own airplane?
This super fun and the handy bunk bed is absolutely majestic. Mixing white with a touch of yellow for a childish touch. On the first floor, the bed behind the stairs and next to the wardrobe that has chalk doors, perfect for artistic kids. On top of it, it has a playroom with a balcony. This house-shaped bunk bed looks perfect with a jolly decor and a smooth wall pattern.
With a range variety of car-shaped beds for kids, there’s a suit for every child’s taste. Vintage shaped beds for antique collector kids, race shaped bed for kids that love car races, jeep shaped beds for kids that love adventure and sportscars for sophisticated little boys.
You can go with a bold approach and pick a wallpaper with big and conspicuous elements. We just love this floral one, which is perfect for any little princess out there. This wallpaper goes incredibly well with some rustic, Victorian furniture.
Another classic trend combining blue and white colours should be also taken into the consideration. The classic combo gives freshness to a room.
This warm, Dodgers-themed bedroom balances youthful accents with a mature foundation. While the plush toys and wall art are playful and young, the room itself maintains a sophistication that will be appropriate for years to come.
If you’re feeling extra crafty, a house-shaped bed could be an awesome idea. Hang some white Christmas lights around its edges and place a cloudy rug beneath its feet. Your kid will love the thought of having its own house!
If you want a gender-neutral bedroom, look for gender-neutral furniture. That means you’ll do best with natural wood tones, black or white. Match that simple, neutral furniture with lots of bold pattern and pops of colour, and you get a bedroom that grows from toddlerhood through the teens, and works perfectly for just about any boy or girl.
Castles have always been a source of inspiration, adventure, and fantasy in the magical world of children. This romantic fantasy theme is perfect for kids to live a real fairytale with a happy ending. With an inspiring design, the intention is making sleepy times increasingly wanted by little princes and princesses.
They’re a mainstay in kids’ bedrooms everywhere. And the trend for unicorns is going nowhere. ‘These mythical creatures evoke feelings of nostalgia and whimsy while offering up a vibrant colour palette that makes for gorgeous visuals,’ Kristy said. Alternatively, soft unicorn toys always look fabulous on nude bedding.
If you want to play safe when it comes to chose a colour palette, go with pastel pink. Pastel pink, or millennial pink (as you rather) is tremendously simple to pair with other tones, especially metallics. Add some silver and/or gold accents and we guarantee your girl will love it.
Sure, pink or blue nurseries are traditional. And yes, green and yellow are common substitutes when parents choose not to find out their baby’s sex ahead of time. But wow, go further and you’ll find there’s a wide world of fantastic colour schemes for nurseries out there, such as the brown, dark green and grey palette shown here. Not only is it stimulating and fun for a baby, it’s still going to work when that baby turns into a toddler, then an elementary-age child and even into the teen years.
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