Thinking about redoing your kid’s bedroom? Then it’s time to roll up your sleeves and have a little fun. You might not feel as if you can cut loose in many of your home’s rooms, however your kid’s bedroom is a place that can be as inviting and comfortable as it is spunky, playful and creatively inspiring. Get your thoughts rolling with some of those pictures and thoughts, and then gear up to make a space where your kid can be a kid.
Michael Fullen Design Group
Boost the picture appeal. There could possibly be no TV watching in your child’s bedroom, but other than that, decor principles are slim, so get your pattern on. Choose funky, colorful prints and mix them together with neutral patterns to make a balanced look that screams delight.
Amy Lau Design
All hail the stripes. Bright and colorful horizontal stripes will make your kid’s bedroom appear larger and make an energetic background for his or her furnishings. Place off with vibrant fabrics and patterns in similar and complementary colours to make the most of the look.
Cary Bernstein Architect
Make space for a life-size chalkboard. It provides the perfect outlet for constant creative expression while also being easy to wash. Try finding a vintage chalkboard on wheels for an unexpected bedroom accessory, or paint a whole wall with chalkboard paint.
Jennifer Brouwer (Jennifer Brouwer Design Inc)
Proceed for the comfy canopy. Let your child’s imagination run wild beneath a dreamy canopy bed. For an extra style punch, select a bold color this like royal purple.
Grace Blu Designs, Inc..
Personalize the walls. Not every area can get away with colorful circles around the wall, but your kid’s bedroom can. This can be a simple DIY job you and your child do together: Use circular stencils to outline the form and fill them with whatever colour you select.
Watch how to use a pizza box for a wall stencil
Cristi Holcombe Interiors
Get the ceiling on the action. Give your kid something inspiring to look at while she is daydreaming her summer afternoons away. These yellowish stripes give the space a cabana feel that pops off the mattress shams that are magenta.
Get the ceilings AND the walls on the action. Why stop at the top? Amp both the ceiling and your walls with painted murals or colorful wallpaper. The space will feel like an imaginative escape.
Be”trendy” around storage. Your son or daughter will be the hippest kid on the block using repurposed lockers as storage. Perhaps it will even inspire him to wash up? An individual can hope!
Erika Ward – Erika Ward Interiors
Go for colorful pattern on the headboard. Headboards would be the perfect spot to bring an extra dose of vibrant style. A pattern similar to this one can easily evolve along with different looks as your child gets older.
Take the bed skirt to the next level. Texture is an important element in almost any space. Why don’t you slip it into your child’s space in an expressive way via a ruffled, magenta bed skirt? Its fun frills are a playful juxtaposition from the wrought iron bed.
Repurpose the closet. If storage is not an issue, wash out the closet for extra play space. Every kid likes his own little distinctive location he can call all his own.
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
Cover a wall using an oversize picture. Whether it is of a dreamy beach scene, a favorite sports team or Hannah Montana, a giant photo might provide inspirational vision your little one will love.
Go bold with all the walls. Pink walls? Why not! Balance it with furnishings that are neutral, and enhance the fun with wall stickers or painted details.
Get whimsical with a oversize valance. This window therapy makes the space feel like a princess fairyland. A escape!
Stephanie Lake, PhD
Get exceptional with chairs. Any area can come with a regular seat, but a swinging chair is sudden and fun, especially with green paint as an accent.
Alexander Johnson Photography
Make the most of the floor space. Looking for a spot to infuse some color? Sneak it in using a playful, color-blocked rug made of carpet tiles. It visually excite the space (and help hide the inevitable stains).
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