Kid's Bedroom Design Ideas

Kids room design may be the most exciting space there is to design. That’s because the options are endless, the style can change with each age group, and much of the design is driven by the individual kid(s) taste and needs! If you’re working on your child’s bedroom, it can be a wonderful experience and opportunity to involve them in some of the design decision making.  When gathering childrens room ideas, the first thing you’ll probably want to consider is what does your child need in their space? If your child is of school age, a place to do homework may be useful, or if they are a bit younger, a place to store toys would be important. Given that kids go through phases of interest, it’s also important to decide if you want a themed space that may possibly need to be changed out in a few years or if you want a more timeless look that can stand the test of time.  A great place to compromise on this front when working on your childrens room design is doing a little bit of both. This can be the most financially feasible option too. For instance painting the walls a neutral base or just doing one accent wall can be a great compromise to painting all walls a bold color. This also allows the decor in the room to stand out. Using furniture that is versatile and can grow with your child is also a great investment when working on your children's room design. There's no right or wrong way of picking furniture, as long as it works for you and your child and purpose of the space.  Letting your child have a say in their room design can be a fun way for them to add their own personality, and take ownership of their space. A few ways to do this would be letting them use their favorite colors, or displaying things that might mean a lot to them, like collections or stuffed animals. If you have a little Picasso on your hands, you could frame their art! There are many ways design a kid's room, and we've compiled a list of kids room design ideas to get creativity flowing and inspire both you and your child!

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Lunar Eclipse

Lunar Eclipse

This kid's room is a pure delight with fun colors from around the solar system! We love the colorful gallery wall; it ties all the colors together too!

Mid-Century-Modern Playroom Paradise

Mid-Century-Modern Playroom Paradise

This adorable play area is the perfect space for your little to play pretend. The minimal Mid-Century-Modern styling will make it a cinch for you to tidy, making it a paradise for both them and you.

Modern in Black and White

Modern in Black and White

Style your teen’s bedroom in a chic and current way using black and white as the palette. Focus on lines and shapes that are up to date and sharp. Finish the room with a big, bold piece of art for personality.

Sweet and Succinct Kids Room

Sweet and Succinct Kids Room

This kid's room has a wonderfully simple style- matching beds, a shared nightstand, and some personalized wall art for each tote. There is nothing more than what's needed, yet the space is super cute, thanks to a bright and cheery decor selection.

Classic And Elegant: A Child's Bedroom

Classic And Elegant: A Child's Bedroom

Classic and elegant; Two words we'd use to describe this kid bedroom. The neutral color scheme makes this space calm and cohesive, while the pops of blue add personality! We love the timeless use of brass in the light fixtures and all the open floor space in this sweet bedroom.

Girls Run The World

Girls Run The World

This sporty bedroom is hitting every level of style and function! With a full bed, open floor space, and a workstation, this is a pre-teens haven.

Small Space Storage

Small Space Storage

Finding storage solutions for small spaces can be challenging. Using cabinets and shelving to mimic built-in shelving is a great way to add storage without overwhelming the room. Since these pieces are not one large piece, they can be moved and rearranged as needed.

Minimal and Magical

Minimal and Magical

A minimal bedroom can create a unique and fun space for your teen. This design incorporates a neutral color palette to create a comfortable and warm space. The room has a simple layout to keep the layout open yet cozy.

Shoot For The Pastel Moon

Shoot For The Pastel Moon

This modern bedroom serves many functions! From a cool teenage hangout zone with the daybed to a workstation and reading nook with the desk and bookshelf..and of course, a place to snooze; it's got it all!

A Rustic Retreat: Little Adventurer

A Rustic Retreat: Little Adventurer

Does your kiddo love the outdoors and all things camp? This room shows just how stylish that can actually look! With rugged wood furniture that offers storage and adorable mountain decor, this space is sure to make your little adventurer smile!

Girly Green

Girly Green

When designing a little girl's room the main color that most people go to is pink, but what about green? The green used in this bedroom is soft and bright. Combining it with natural materials creates a room that will grow with her.

It's a (Cute) Zoo in Here!

It's a (Cute) Zoo in Here!

What can we say? When it comes to kid's areas, we love a theme. This zoo-themed space is just so cute but still manages to not be obnoxious thanks in part to the subtle pastel hues.

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