1,15,353 Kid's Room Design Ideas

For most children, their bedroom is a place to escape and daydream. A space dedicated to homework, games, books and toys. So it comes as no surprise that most kids’ room designs are fun, bright and have engaging decor. Because kids’ room themes are endless they pose a design challenge, as children's preferences change very often. The trick to a smart design for a playroom, teen or kids bedroom is choosing one that will go the distance with fun, growth and practicality. Get some inspiration by browsing through kids’ room ideas.

How do I design a kids’ bedroom?

It doesn’t matter if you are working on a boys’ or girls’ bedroom design, start by ensuring the layout of the room is fully optimised. A well-planned kids’ room design is functional yet creative enough to kindle imagination. Spend time thinking about the layout of space, you want to be sure there is enough room for all activities and hobbies. Neutral colour paint works as a great base for childrens’ room decor. While investing in multifunctional kids’ room furniture, opt for full-sized wardrobes and beds.Install hanging organisers, add another rod for clothing and put in accessible drawers. Strategically place baskets and toy chests around the space, and encourage your child to throw items in these containers after use to quickly clear space.

How do I decorate a kids’ bedroom?

The best experts in kids’ room decor are kids themselves, so try to involve them in the design process. Use your little one’s favourite activity or character as a theme. Incorporate it on the wall using decals or wallpaper and extend it to through bedding and soft furnishings. If a theme or character isn’t really for your child then explore colours and patterns. For example, a girls bedroom doesn’t have to rely on lashings of pink; instead use polka dot bedding and sheer canopies creatively. Looking for boys’ bedroom ideas that don’t involve car beds and sporting memorabilia? Liven up the walls by painting on racing stripes or keep it simple with a blue and white striped wallpaper.

How do I design and decorate a shared kids’ room?

If you have two or more kids at different ages, with varying styles, tastes and preferences, creating a shared childrens’ bedroom design can be difficult. Start by giving each one of them their dedicated space. If you are not constrained by space then split the room so that each kid has their own bed and dresser on “their” side of the room. If that isn’t possible, find an arrangement that feels fair and doesn’t cloister them too close together. Bunk beds are a popular choice and space saver for shared rooms. Remember keep the permanent pieces like the wall and furniture colour consistent and neutral throughout the room.

With the input of the children, this room can be a collaborative and fun design process.

the backdrop which can be used for the unit - ankur_kothari84

wall paper always play important role in interiors with huge designer collection - webuser_144924010

Designed by AAPL Studio
for kids cum guest room - mayureesaikiaali

Upasana Jain Photography
Design - suman_adak52

Ricken Desai
side desk, pink color contrast - ankita_choudhary72

Designed by - Milind Bargal and Associates Photographed by - Ravi Chouhan, Sapna Jain
The two single bed separation and the wall idea behind the beds - webuser_827867326

Subhash Patil / Hemant Patil
space and lighting - mitali_bhola

very cute and lovely - shalini_shekar65

Mom dad headboard - avneet_manchanda15

colour combination with parrot colour - yadnesh004

Netra bed room - krishna_dumpala

Deepak aggarwal photography
In the background...of bed u can give space to your children to do some creative activities..like they can put colours in their hand and make patches on this white wall...this will give very beautiful look to your kid's room... - webuser_73555769493

the sliding door is great from the point of view of safety - rashpreet_alang

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yellow shade for shreeya room - webuser_549454108

Mirror wall - nupur_shukla

Photography by Bruce Damonte
If we plan to make a single bed we can keep a sliding bed below it as shown - punam_33

Child's Bedroom with a jolly seaside theme. Colin Cadle Photography, Photo Styling Jan Cadle
settie wooden design - vipasha_trivedi

bay window - webuser_636968995