When I look at shabby chic kids’ rooms, I wish I had a little daughter! Shabby chic style is one of the most popular for children’s spaces, to be precise, for girls’ rooms because such a cute and chic style is perfect for a little princess. Pink, blush, grey, white, pastels combined with ruffles and floral patterns will become a breathtaking base for such a room. Then you’ll need vintage and shabby chic furniture: a canopy bed, cute cabinets and open shelves, a table, a play kitchen and chairs. Crystal chandeliers, lamps, buntings, signs and flower decorations are right what you need, and if it’s possible, find shabby chic toys to continue the theme. Make your little princess happy!
If you designed the whole home in mid-century modern style, all the rooms should continue the idea, including the kids room. This roundup is full of idea to design a mid-century modern kids’ room and to make it look softer and cuter. Choose the colors your kids love and add mid-century modern furniture; go for chevron, stripes and geometrical patterns. Neutral colors will give the space a slight Scandinavian touch, bold colors will leave a boho feel. Don’t forget of mid-century modern textiles and furniture covers, they will help you to give a flavor to the space. Mid-century modern style is very cozy, so your kids are sure to love it!
A quick search through our most recent interior design collections is going to reveal two very new kids’ room collections which are full of designs that can give you great ideas.
After so many collections from the traditional interior design regarding the entire house, it is time to give some attention to the traditional kids room interior.
Good quality bed and mattress are important things that provide a healthy and comfortable sleep, regardless of the fact that children do not have a lot of weight and they don`t create a lot of pressure on the mattress. In all options it is good to set up a small commode next to the bed so the child can put a lamp, a book or beverage that is consumed at night.
When equipping be creative and when buying furniture, think whether you can adapt it to the age of the child over time. In choosing colors be creative and use warm colors that encourage the activity of the child. Here we present you some inspirational designs of modern kids room hopefully to help you to create one practical kids room!
A kids’ room doesn’t mean that it’s a cluttered space in a million of colors – a kids’ space can be stylish and tender in simple color combos. Design your children’s space in Scandinavian style, in black, grey and white but as it’s a kids’ space, add some colors that your little ones love – Nordic colors look awesome with lots of other colors. Natural or whitewashed wood will add charm and coziness to the room, and various patterns will make it more cheerful. Continue the décor with simple lamps and lights and furry rugs and pillows to make the space more inviting. Get inspired by the examples below and make your kids’ space super stylish!
And now it is time to present you a fresh winter collection of Rustic Kids Room Design Ideas That Your Kids Will Love That Your Kids Will Love in which we have gathered only the best rustic kids’ room designs which are featured in some of the best mountain retreats, log cabins or lake houses.
If your child is almost teenager you need to start thinking for creating a little more serious place which more closely resembles the one for adults than for children. Consult with your child and work together to specify what wants to have a set. Which old wants to keep and which ones you might want to re-paint or repurpose. In this case all the colorful items you need to change them with new ones in a single color that will give a more serious tones the room.
We’ve shared a lot of coastal, beach and sea-inspired room designs but we’ve totally forgotten about kids’ spaces, and today I’m going to correct that. Sea decor theme is more often chosen for boys rooms but girls’ spaces can be also decorated in a very cute coastal way or with Little Mermaid touches. Go for all shades of blue that your kid or kids like – navy, turquoise, baby blue, light blue and so on, and add grey, white, red, yellow, orange and so on. Look at super creative ship and boat-shaped kids beds, they are stunning! Make the room more cheerful and stylish with surfs, wicker chests for storage, fish and sea creatures decorations, oars and even pirate details. Get inspired!
For your children, the bedroom is more than just a room with a bed that is only to be used for sleeping. Their room is a spot to do schoolwork, play games, invite friends over to study or play together and stockpile their toys.