Kids’ bedroom ideas – 12 smart looks for parents and children alike

Looking for stylish kids’ bedroom ideas that are fun yet sophisticated? Putting together a kids’ room is no easy feat. They need to be cohesive and functional – as well as fun and playful.
It’s time to shake up their room with some on-trend colors, stylish accessories, and super clever storage. We’ve ideas for tweens to teenagers, which will soon have them personalizing their own spaces with artwork, photos, and interesting prints for a room that’ll last them from childhood through to adolescence.

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Here are the perfect bedroom ideas – that you will love just as much as your children.

1. ADD VIBRANCY WITH WALLPAPER

Kids room with bunk bed and botanical wallpaper
(Image credit: Alexander James / Future)

Wallpaper is a wonderful way to add color, pattern, and interest to your interiors. Find a wallpaper that your child loves and go wild with it. As it’s likely to be a small space it’s also not the most expensive area to redecorate if their tastes change. This look would work well in both bedroom ideas for girls and bedroom ideas for boys.

Keep the rest of your interiors neutral and understand so as not to distract from the star of the show – the wallpaper.

Our peel and stick Wallpaper is easy to apply and take off, leaving no adhesive residue. Featuring sharp, vibrant images, Wallpaper patterns are ideal for accent walls, flat surfaces and temporary installations (like parties!). Available in three floor-to-ceiling sizes.

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2. WARM UP WITH YELLOW

Kids room with yellow bunk beds
(Image credit: Emma Lewis / Future)

Have you always lusted after yellow for a bedroom, but haven’t had the courage to decorate in this sunny color? Warm colors are having something of a revival – and there is no better room to decorate with this on-trend color palette than a child’s bedroom.

When you open the door, even if the room isn’t filled with sunlight, color can alter your mood dramatically and that should never be underestimated,’ says Kit Kemp, co-founder, Firmdale Hotels. ‘Sunshine isn’t always a guarantee, so I like to add a touch of yellow to brighten up our schemes.’

It’s easy to get lost in sleep in our warm yet lightweight natural cotton comforters. The natural fibers offer a breathable option to keep you cool in the summer and toasty in the winter. Plus, just like your favorite pair of jeans, our cotton bedding gets softer after each wash! Available in Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen and King sizes.

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3. BUILD IN STORAGE

Kids loft room with storage bed and shelving
(Image credit: Carolyn Barber / Future)

As the popular saying goes, there’s a place for everything and everything in its place, and it’s certainly true that most of us feel better when we are organized. ‘It helps us think clearly,’ says Mark Adam, MD of Vitsœ. And when it comes to tidy bedrooms ideas for teenagers, proper storage is your finest weapon in the battle to control clutter.

Here, an awkward corner has been transformed into a useful space with a boxed-out design. It allows any electrical wires to be hidden away safely while also creating a cleverly recessed shelf for bedside essentials.

Our customers tell us ALL the time how soft and warm our Throw Blankets are (the secret: Sherpa fleece). Even better, they get softer the more you wash them. They’re a perfect addition to any living room couch. Featuring a crisp, vivid design on the front with a reverse white side.

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4. KEEP IT SIMPLE – AND GENDER NEUTRAL

Kids room with gender neutral color scheme
(Image credit: Brent Darby / Future)

Going for a gender-neutral color scheme is a practical decorating choice for a child’s bedroom, or for when a boy and girl are sharing a room. Plus, a simple bedroom will grow and adapt to your child’s ever-changing tastes and style. 

Ditch the conventional baby pink and blue color palettes, and go for calm and grounding colors, such as neutral and green. Green bedroom ideas promise to renew your connection to nature and are said to evoke feelings of balance and serenity.

Add throw pillows to whatever room needs an extra dose of comfy. Filled with a fluffy faux-down insert, you don’t have to sacrifice comfort for style. Available in four sizes and all measurements are made without pillow insert.

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5. CARVE OUT A WORK – AND PLAY – SPACE

grey kids room with play area
(Image credit: Mark Bolton / Future)

Sometimes you’ve just got to give your children some space and creativity, and a spare room is a perfect place to express their imagination. 

Make sure your kids enjoy an inspiring, clean and practical desk to complete homework, draw and play. For an on-trend option, go for a desk that takes its inspiration and modern touches from much-loved Scandi design, or that has a slotted-together construction to keep it looking homemade and youthful, perfect for style-conscious kids.

Express your style all over your home with a feature-worthy rug. They’re made from a woven, polyester chenille for a soft and textured look. Plus, choosing from our wide array of designs, you’re sure to find just the rug to match your decor. Rugs are one of the best, attention-grabbing pieces to design a room around. Use the colors within the rug to help choose art prints, furniture fabric, and accent pillows.

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6. GO FOR AN ALL-WHITE SCHEME

kids room with white walls and handleless storage
(Image credit: Paul Massey / Future)

A white bedroom scheme will work regardless of your style of home. Evoking purity and cleanliness alongside confidence and sophistication, white is a wonderfully versatile color for a kid’s bedroom. It will also encourage them to keep their bedroom neat and tidy, all year round.

Square now means trendy and stylish. (We’ve updated Wikipedia and have word out to Merriam Webster… they’re getting back to us.) With our wood wall art’s multi-square design, you have the power to adjust the spacing between each section to form exactly the right look. Available in three sizes.

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7. DECORATE WITH ONE COLOR

Red kids bedroom with textured wallpaper and red lamp
(Image credit: Alexander James / Future)

Does your child have a favorite color? Use it with aplomb. However, if the thought of committing to one color scares you, stick to one bold accent instead. 

Red as a wall color can be difficult to get right, especially in small spaces, but bringing in accents of red couldn’t be simpler. When using an accent color try to stick to one – or two – shades. Choosing one large piece of furniture or accessory grounds your scheme and then pick out areas to highlight with the same color, a rug, a light, and a picture for example.

Our natural fiber cotton duvet covers feature your favorite artist’s design on the front. The lightweight cotton offers a more breathable option to keep you cool in the summer and toasty in the winter. Plus, just like your favorite pair of jeans, our cotton bedding gets softer after each wash! Available in Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen and King sizes. Duvet insert not included.

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8. SMARTEN UP WITH PRACTICAL FURNITURE 

Kids room with office and desk area
(Image credit: Davide Lovatti / Future)

Choose a color scheme and functional furniture that can be effortlessly adapted as they grow and have fun doing the decoration together. The feature wall adds interest and helps to define the desk area. It only takes one wall to give a room the wow factor. Generally, your feature wall will be the one you see first when entering a room but you could choose one behind a key piece of furniture such as a desk or bed.

Give your pillows the makeover they deserve. Whether it’s for your fancy new memory foam or your old go-to from back in the day, our pillow shams are sure to do your pillows proud. Whether you choose the natural fiber cotton or soft, premium microfiber—our pillows shams are soft and cozy with colors that really pop. Available in Standard or King sizes.

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9. ADD INTEREST AND INTRIGUE WITH COLOR

Pink kids bedroom with patterned wallpaper and twin beds
(Image credit: Alexander James / Future)

Introducing some fun elements into a simple scheme will ring the changes. ‘The zeitgeist is to avoid trends – instead, embrace your children’s passions and interests,’ advises Ashlyn Gibson from Olive Loves Alfie. Take a color they love, and use it to create a grown-up scheme that is as fun as it is sophisticated. This rather daring scheme is a work of art.

Invite the sun inside on your terms. Our blackout window curtains are a denser alternative to your standard window curtain, blocking out most light and proudly featuring your favorite designs. Whether you live in a busy apartment or a peaceful neighborhood, it’s always nice to have the option to shut out the sun and relax inside by the candlelight. Available in either single or double panel options.

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10. WALK ON THE WILD SIDE

Kid's bedroom with blue headboard and shelving
(Image credit: Davide Lovatti / Future)

Forget stereotypes of cheap fabric and tacky design. Used in the right way, animal motifs can add a real sense of sophistication to a scheme. A kids’ bedroom is an ideal setting for a strong print and an easy way to work animal motifs. This wallpaper is a modern take on the classic leopard print and used in a soft blue color, it really comes into its own.

Our natural fiber cotton duvet covers feature your favorite artist’s design on the front. The lightweight cotton offers a more breathable option to keep you cool in the summer and toasty in the winter. Plus, just like your favorite pair of jeans, our cotton bedding gets softer after each wash! Available in Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen and King sizes. Duvet insert not included.

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11. INTRODUCE MONOCHROME MAGIC

Kids bedroom with grey wallpaper and storage desks
(Image credit: Simon Brown / Future)

A black-and-white color scheme can work equally well in a kids’ bedroom. This space has a neat, tailored finish that is smart and practical. Break up the pops of black with as many colors as you like to create a striking look.

Add throw pillows to whatever room needs an extra dose of comfy. Filled with a fluffy faux-down insert, you don’t have to sacrifice comfort for style. Available in four sizes and all measurements are made without pillow insert.

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12. CREATE FUN PLAY SPACE 

kids room ideas with play room and grey wall
(Image credit: Davide Lovatti / Future)

Kids’ rooms are the perfect place to let your imagination go wild, especially when it comes to decoration. Bright colors, quirky furniture, and playful accessories will create a personalized space for your little (or not so little) one. Give them a playroom that is fun, interactive, and the perfect place to unwind after a ‘hard day at school.

Find somewhere soft to land. Our floor cushions are the super comfy and style-forward option for the boho side of us all. They’re UV coated to protect against fading and water-resistant so you can avoid scrambling to bring them inside whenever there’s a touch of weather. Grab a few to have on hand whenever seating is hard to come by or for a fun option for kids to use out in the yard.

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HOW DO YOU STYLE A CHILD’S BEDROOM?

A child’s bedroom needs to be a flexible space, accommodating their changing needs from babyhood through to teenage years. So it makes sense to ensure that big-ticket items such as beds, wardrobes, and chests of drawers will stand the test of time. Add color, pattern, and magical touches through the fabric, lighting, artwork, and quirky accessories.

It’s so easy to play around in a kid’s bedroom because there’s room for experimentation and fun, so make sure even shelving and storage is interesting enough to inspire and motivate, somewhere where books, magazines, and favorite possessions can be displayed and tucked away.

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