Inspiring Kids' Rooms
Why shouldn't your minis have a room with the designer touch? Check out these personality-filled, inspiring kids rooms and kids furniture and decor products - where fun meets function!
Black and white makes for a very bold, contemporary kid's bedroom. And a monochrome palette is not only stylish, it won't be outgrown like the obvious pink or blue choices. And because your palette is pared back, you can really go nuts with pattern! We love the use of storage here (the stacking boxes and chalk-board painted vintage wardrobe) to keep clutter at a minimum.
Forget the kids - we'd be happy with this bedroom! If you're lucky enough to have the space, it's a wonderful idea to have a Creative Corner in their room - a place to read and craft and play. We love the designer chairs and table in that on-trend colour-dipped style, and the half-painted zig-zag wall is very cool. Picture ledges, available at hardware stores, make awesome mini libraries.
Investing in a designer wallpaper can really bring the wow-factor to your little one's space, and there are now a huge array of options to choose from online. We just adore this fun nursery - it is very simply and minimally furnished, but with that awesome wallpaper, very little else is needed! (Love this mural as much as us? Shop it here.)
There's a really exciting wave of designer bed linen happening at the moment - and a new duvet or pillowcase is an easy way to add more pattern and personality to their room. How cool is this tiger set! We also love the idea of a vintage chalkboard for both displaying and creating art, and a potted plant or two to add a fresh, grown-up touch to the space.
We're seeing a lot of house-shaped beds on design blogs and in interior magazines, and it's such a fun idea! Easy and affordable to construct, you can keep the timber natural for a more pared back look, or paint a vibrant shade. We love how they've wrapped and hung a pendant light on this one.
The perfect solution when space is scarce. This bunk bed is so stylish, we think it deserves a more sophisticated name... how about loft bed! It instantly creates a playroom-style area underneath, for a desk or table and chairs, toys etc.