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5 Smart Ideas For A Stylish Kids Bedroom
Gone are the good old days when our parents simply put us in a room with our siblings and asked us to make the most of it. Today’s kids’ rooms need to act as a playroom, study area and much more.
Whether you live in an apartment or a bungalow, we've got kids' bedroom ideas to help you to transform their space into something pretty incredible that’s practical for learning, sleeping and endless hours of playing!
1. Get creative with storage
One thing is guaranteed with kids – their rooms tend to gather messy clutter. Make it easier for them to keep things tidy with an elevated bed that comes with built-in storage. It is excellent for keeping clutter off the floor and out of sight.
2. Decorate with fun 3D wall decals
Kids' rooms tend to be transitional, ever-changing spaces, so use decoration that is easy to put up and take down as their ages change. Take design cues from this playful bedroom that feature a fun 3D paper clouds that stick onto walls like decals. Meaning they look great on, but they can also come off easily. The designer further decorated the space with tropical and animal motif to conjure up a sense of adventure to the room.
3. Paint the walls with a fun but versatile colour
Want to get away from the draconian dictates of "Boy's room shall be blue; girl's room pink"? Here you go: This fun purple hue bedroom plays well with grey, white and even wood tones, making it the perfect accent colour for either a boy's bedroom or a girl's bedroom while the built-in bed creates a cosy sleeping nook in the room.
Interior Firm: Mil Design & Construction
4. Don’t forget the ceiling
You can decorate the ceiling in any bedroom, of course, but it’s an especially fun touch for a kids bedroom. This girl’s room is a pretty pink space filled with great touches, but the cloud wallpaper that mimics the sky and the green rugs that imitates real grass makes this room positively outdoorsy.
5. Use a large map to promote discovery and wonder
Every global citizen needs a map to inspire them. If you are a parent who wants to encourage their children to explore this world, decorating your kid’s bedroom with a large map not only enliven the walls, but it can also be an interactive piece for them to learn, imagine and play.
Interior Firm: Pocket Square
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