7 Fun Ideas For Kids Bedrooms

7 Fun Ideas For Kids Bedrooms

These days there is no end to the cool, quirky and fun style parents can inject into their kids’ rooms. Designer and DIY parents alike are keen to add magic to their little ones’ special spaces and these hot trends are sure to inspire.

1. NEON COLOUR POPS

Neon is back in a big way. We love the fun way that these neon accents can add zing to any kids’ space. But beware! We recommend using this in moderation because even if we do love these funky favourites, they can overpower if used in excess. The new collaboration between Pottery Barn Kids and Margherita Missoni showcases some playful, bright prints and patterns, but we especially love the pom-pom throw with neon pink poms!

Images via Pottery Barn Kids and Petite And Small

2. SHARED SPACES

We all know space is at a premium these days and whether you have decided your little ones should share for that reason, or merely for the fun that sharing with your sibling can offer, shared spaces don’t have to be rigid in design. There are so many different ways you can make each child’s area personalised to them and a visually cohesive space at the same time. These spaces are a perfect example of how two individuals can live, love and laugh in one space.

Image via Cotton On Kids

3. GEOMETRIC PATTERN

The geometric trend isn’t going anywhere. We love how these bold graphic prints and patterns create a classic, yet playful, look to the space. They can easily be adapted to any gender and are well suited to shared spaces. This new removable wallpaper from Tiny Me is perfect. Yes, that’s right- removable, making it just as easy when you are ready to move or redesign.

Images via My Little Lovers on Instagram and Tiny Me

4. MONOCHROME

Monochrome is the new neutral. The combination of black, white and grey palette is cool and edgy while also remaining classic in style. Using bold prints, beloved icons- like our friend Miffy (available at Leo And Bella) or nordic/wilderness influences make this trend perfect for nurseries all the way up to teen rooms. One of the best things about this palette is pops of colour can easily be added to it. This trend has to be the most versatile of them all.

Images via Petite And Small and Made By Me on Instagram

5. BRING THE OUTSIDE IN

The spirit of adventure is strong for little people, so it is only natural they love spaces that reflect this. The use of versatile wallpapers makes it easy to create a magical space. Bold wallpapers can be limited to one wall so it doesn’t overwhelm the room. Smaller prints can be used to cover all the walls for a seamless look. Layer with texture and quirky furniture solutions like tree stump side tables. We love the inclusion of the swing in these spaces.

Images via Jujuzozo and Joe Monster

6. PLAYHOUSE BEDS

Forget dollhouses! We are loving playhouse and cubby beds almost as much as kids do. No matter if it’s for sleeping or as a reading nook, playhouse beds are fun for any child. We love the DIY version of this teepee bed by blogger and mummy Sarah of Hello Bowsers. If you loved this DIY bed be sure to check out our very own DIY IKEA playhouse bed hack {click on the link here}.

Image via Petite And Small

7. DESIGNER FURNITURE

When it comes to selecting furniture for any part of your home, well designed and functional is a must, so buying for your child’s room is no exception. For a long time, kids’ bedroom furniture was limited to one or the other. Pioneers like Lilly and Lolly changed that. Whilst no longer the new kid on the block, Incy Interiors does both beautiful and long lasting pieces. Make sure you check out both their collections.

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