Kids bedroom are so much fun to design! There are no limits to the potential of the room and no rules to limit your imagination. This post features 80 inspiring design ideas for inspiration. All ideas are easily adaptable for rooms of any size and interests of your kids. There is something for youngsters of all ages, from toddlers to teens.
In a shared room bunk beds are a perfect way to maximize available space. It also serves as a storage for toys and books creating a clutter-free area. Bright walls inject a shot of color and unique personality.
Masculine and fun
Touches of bright orange in this white bedroom feel masculine but not too much. Bunk beds with the white ceiling is a safe solution, and you can keep toys in bright boxes.
Imagination of your little kid can run wild in this bedroom. Colorful patterns are layered on a white wall, while another wall is blue to offer a sense of whimsy.
White walls let the bright accents pop, making it instantly interesting for children.
Your kid’s personality
This room has everything a child may like: colorful sea pattern on the wall, plenty of space to run and play, accessible drawers with toys and a TV that he or she can watch laying on a bed.
Large patterns on walls spice up this space and unusual bed emphasize the unique architecture.
This neutral bedroom has been given a fun feeling with little details. Bright toys, pictures and boxes add quirky personality. White furniture keeps the room modern.
A sprinkle of whimsy and a drop of modern style seamlessly mixed into this beautiful kid’s room. Plenty of floor space let the kid move freely, and the unique bed frames and curtains create a space withing a space where dreams are made.
Kids are always are great joy, but it can be difficult to decorate a bedroom for a person who grows so quickly. This is a gender neutral design with bits of modern and Scandinavian design and a teepee. The teepee adds warm feeling even though the overall design is quite simple.
Modern blue bedroom
Enliven a shared buys’ room with an intense blue walls, stripes and splashes of green.
Colorful storage walls
Storage walls don’t have to be boring! Colorful yellow, purple, blue and brown cubbies can hold books, photos, toys and decorations for kids to appriciate.
This nurswry features everything you may need for ultimate functionality and style for your toddler. Pastel colors mixed with colorful wall stickers make it easy to achieve soothing yet fun design.
When you have a toddler, you know that one day you’ll have to upgrade the room. Designing something that would be able to grow with your kid is practical, but not boring. The basis of this bedrrom is classic walls and floor, which mean you can change accents to the taste of your child. Taking inspiration from sea and ships, the designer used blue as an accent color against neutral palette.
A bedroom filled with patterns
You can be bright and bold in your kid’s room. This cute scheme features big wall stickers and pulls green wall, which is easy to amend as your child grows and wants different things.
Calm and clean
We love the calming atmosphere of this room, which is really important for a toddler. This is a great balance ofcute elements with meutral wall that can easily be adapted as the kid grows up.
This wall has several interesting things painted in it: the color is bright blue, the large deer and trees…It will take long until the kid get bored of this room!
Pac Man lover
A neutral theme runs through this bedroom, but the pac man wall stickers make it much more interesting and add personality.
A perfect canvas
Gray walls are a perfect canvas for these pretty little animals and more colorful toys. Quirky details add fun, whilst unexpected accent piece adds punch to this comfy monochrome theme.
Vibrant pink room
Different shades of pink mixed with white have been used for a tonal, modern effect. Neutral floor and the white ruf soften the vibrancy of the main color.
Showcase the personality
if you’re in a school-kid phase, you may want to create a bedroom to showcase the personality and age. This bed with underneath drawer storage for clothes can be a perfect place if he or she has a sleepover.
Bold color can take a center stage, and this room is a perfect example. Blue walls is a centerpiece of this room, with cute pillows and white bed supporting the main theme.
Neutral but colorful
This room doesn;t have a strong theme, so that you child can grow with the room. Bright pastels are great for kids as they brighten the room and make it fiil clean but fun. The room on the picture is neutral but colorful – perfect for a boy or girls of any age.
What a pretty idea! You can easily turn any room into a scout camp by adding wooden tree houses above the bed.
Add blue color and a wall sticker to create a fresh, crisp look in the kid’s beedroom.
Give a neutral room an interesting style with the unique storage. This bedroom is given a twist with colorful shelves at various levels on the beige walls. The results are bright and handy, showing an assortment of toys.
Fancy and unique
This bunk bed designed as a giant ship mean your kids can have interesting dreams at night and a lot of fun during the daytime.
Flying has been one of many kids’ dreams and watching cartoons they may be wondering where their jet pack is. But if not flying, what about floating in the bedroom?
Unique furniture pieces
If you have plenty of space in your kid’s room, why not adding huge furniture pieces designed like carrots and homes? This is so fun to play with, and your kid will never get bored in this room.
If you have a little princess (or a knight), why not building a castle for her? This could be a picture for a fairy tale book, and your little child will have beautiful, vivid dreams when sleeping in this bedroom.
Airy and spacious
This is a perfect example of how you can turn a nursery into an airy, welcoming space that you can then change according to the need of your growing kid. There are no bright accents, nothing that can interrupt the calming feeling of this room.
Bedroom and office combined
Your kid can use this bedroom for multiple purposes: work or play on a computer, have fun with toys or invite friends for a sleepover. The green wall is a focal point of the room, with wooden accents that add depth.
Black and white
Who said black and white are a boring combination for a kid’s bedroom? On this picture, bright linnens, pillows and toys would feel too busy if black and white walls didn’t balance the space out.
White is a truly powerful color. If you have a teen, going all white will make a statement and can be a perfect backdrop for pictures, posters and anything your child may want have on the wall.
If you don’t have plenty of room for a kid’s bedroom, separate the space with this house-like idea. Black and white color scheme is a perfect, safe option for everybody who wants to adjust the room for changing need of the kid.
This is a truly awesome idea to have for a kid, who can play, read, and sleep in a camp-like bed surrounded by calm white walls and greens.
Many kids and one room
If you have for kids of different genres who live in one room, this picture is a perfect example of how to combine different styles to make the space look amazing. Kids will float in beds while dreaming and have a lot of space to play during day time.
if you don’t want to go for cartoon characters or princess-like design, you can choose this gender-free green idea for your kid. Massive toys will make him busy having fun while functional storage space will let you keep other toys hidden.
A fairy tale
This room reminds us of a fairy tale called “Thumbelina”. It’s like living in a fantastic world full of giant leaves and beautiful flowers. To make the room functional, add a wooden bed and comfy chairs.
Blend different patterns and textures into the rest of your scheme with smart color-coordination. This lamp pairs with the wall against the yellow ceiling and bright accents, Placing a bright wallpaper at the end of the room is a great way to make a statement of an otherwise busy space.
Teepee and bricks
This is a great example of how different textures can be present in one room and add depth and interest. Grey brick walls are a perfect backdrop for a tepee and bright accessories, that showcase the style and personality of the owner.
Gray is the new trend and you can see how different shades of gray can make a powerful statement. Gray is a perfect color to highlight different objects, like toys, pillows and wallpapers.
Unique walls’ design
Walls can also be a piece of art, so why not drawing something that matches your kid’s interests and makes a real focal point? Besides, this room will always how a “wow” effects on friends of your child.
If you choose a neutral palette for the room, you may add extra twinkling lights for a magic touch and who grows out of sleeping under stars?
Black and white can even work for child’s room – creating a background for toys and bright accessories. You can also go for deep shades of gray to provide warm, but modern feel.
This room of a young man features everything he likes, including hanging airplanes, a riding horse toy, and a gas station.
A Patterned ceiling
A patterned ceiling is not boring and it adds an unexpected element to any room.
Bright and practical
Colorful fabrics, bold accessories, and simple furniture liven up this kid’s bedroom.
For a boy and for a girl
If you have two kids of an opposite gender living in one room, you can easily separate the space by having any big piece of furniture in the middle of the room. Then you’ll have double fun creating designs for her and for him.
If your kids like spending time outdoors, you can create the same feeling indoors. Use neutral colors to paint the walls and add green color as a bright accent.
Bunk beds with a twist
If your kids are too old for having traditional, bright bulk beds you can design a unique piece of furniture that they would gladly show to their friends. White and gray are the main colors here, keeping the room welcoming and comfortable.
If you have a big ked’s bedroom, go for a traditional big bed and neutral palette. Bright curtains catch the attention without looking too busy.
Playful and fun
This is another option for a big room, and is perfect for parents with small kids. They will spend great time indoors when it’s raining outdoors and then have beautiful dreams in this bright room.
When it comes to the kid’s bedroom, the way you will storage all things is really important. Here, a wall storage that matches the color scheme of the entire room help keep the space clutter-free.
Chalkboard on the wall is a great way for your kid to express himself and add some playful feeling to the neutral design.
In the jungle
If you have a little kid, designing blue brick walls with painted jungle animals is a perfect way to keep the playful feeling of the room while creating an interesting focal point.
if you only have a corner for toys, maximize the space by using boxes, shelves and tables. White walls will tone down the area and keep the kid focused on toys.
Green and white
White can be paired with almost any color. In this example, walls are white to make the green really pop.
If your kid doesn’t like wall art, pictures and posters, you can make the room interesting by choosing his or her favorite color and make it the main theme of the design. Blue is a perfect pair for green, white, red, or black, so you can have fun playing with accessories and textures.
Traditional girl’s room
Pink is a traditional color for a little princess’ room, but mix it with neutral colors – consider painting walls beige and getting white wooden tables to keep the background modern rather than too sweet.
Bold and beautiful
This is one of the best examples of how you can make the dream of your kid come true. In this room, the child likes spending time outdoors, sitting in swings and sleeping under the sky. This room is everything he needs, with a perfect mix of blue, green, and brown.
If you have several kids, symmetry is a perfect choice for their room. use the same beds, chairs, rugs, lamps and accent objects to make the room stand out.
If you’re thinking about how to make your gray furniture interesting, add a red focal wall to make other things really pop. Red is a perfect backdrop for almost any color, and gray adds a modern touch to this room.
Cute and girly
If your little girl doesn’t want to have a traditional room, think of redesigning the whole area to fit her needs. She can sleep in a blue house, take beautiful clothes from the blue wardrobe and play sitting on a green grass rug.
In this example, a child really likes superheroes theme and parents took some time to find out how to recreate the main points of their kid’s dream. Black, white and gray can be a bit too peaceful for a boy, so adding bright posters is a good idea.
If you have a huge window, you can keep the room neutral and allow nature to be your designer. beautiful greens add personality to this room, being the main theme of the design.
If you have several boys, you can easily fit their need by adding several elements to have fun indoors and leaving a lot of space for games like football.
Evoke the feeling of nature by painting the wall green and adding neutral accents to your kid’s bedroom.
You can decorate your child’s room all white; just add fun prints and big toys to make it look interesting.
If your furniture is white, think of having bright walls to make the room more playful. Besides, blue color boosts imagination, which is perfect for a kid’s room.
Modern blue room
If you want to add personality to your kid’s room, think of stripes and sea accents (like cute fishes on curtains here).
Cute and bright
White furniture is a bright contrast to pink walls and pillows in this room, creating a fun look. To add even more depth, mix patterns and textures.
The cool hip vibe is softened with flower wallpapers and neutral furniture. Extra lights add magic to this room, because what kid doesn’t like magic, right?
Kid’s room is a perfect place to add large-scale patterns and you can infuse the playful feeling by getting fun wallpapers and matching toys.