Fancy getting creative with your child’s bedroom? Take a look at these wonderful designs from all over the world that will inspire you!
This wonderfully dreamy, fantasy-inspired decor will make any child feel as though they have been transported into a magical wonderland. Alas, clouds are tricky to draw, let alone paint, so here’s a tutorial so that you can create a cloudy, majestic ceiling just like this one:
2. Circus Tent Ceiling
Whilst we’re discussing ceilings, why not try this interesting design? Placing draping fabric on your child’s ceiling will add dimension to the room whilst adding softness and a cozy atmosphere. Ensure the fabric is light, but besides that you can try any pattern you like!
3. Creating A Larger Space
As far as themes go for children’s rooms, space is incredibly popular. Planet’s are surprisingly easy to make – you could simply use a lantern lampshade like this one – then all you need to is paint the walls shades of blue and add some stars!
4. A Slide
Having trouble getting your kids up for school every morning? Add a slide onto their bed and they’ll be out of bed in no time!
5. Mad About Soccer
There are few sports more popular than soccer, and if your child is one of it’s billion supporters than chances are they’d love a soccer-themed bedroom.
6. The Outdoorsy Type
As children, my brother and I had a small pop-up tent beside our bunk bed that we absolutely loved to play in. Kids are always building dens and tents to hide away and play in, so why not give them their own inside-outside world?
7. Bed + Storage
Particularly useful if your child has a smaller bedroom, there are hundreds of bed designs that incorporate storage and intelligent space-saving designs. Often, these are actually more fun and way more interesting than your usual children’s, beds so chances are they’ll be more than happy with this idea.
You don’t have to spend hundreds or get the builders in, you could even make a smaller castle out of cardboard!
For over fifty years, LEGO has inspired children all around the world: so why not incorporate it into your kids’ rooms?
10. Ahoy There Captain!
Encouraging them to study can be tiresome, but your child is probably going to love sitting at a themed desk! Above is a fantastic idea and addition to a pirate themed room! Houzz has hundreds of ideas you can use to get your kids to their desks.
11. A Treehouse
There are few children who do not aspire to have a treehouse. Below is a time-lapse on one father’s inspired indoor treehouse for his kid:
12. Books! Books! Books!
Although this particular design is not fundamentally a bedroom, it is an incredible idea to aspire to! Perhaps you could place bookshelves under your child’s bunk bed so it looks as though they are sleeping in a Beauty And The Beast-esque library!
If you have the space, why not put a swing somewhere in your kids room? Make sure it’s securely attached to the ceiling though!
With superhero movies being released almost constantly, kids love a comic book theme. Although the above idea centre’s on Marvel’s Spiderman, there’s no reason why you couldn’t build an entirely original decor on your child’s favourite hero.
15. Into The Woods
This room combines elements of fairytale, adventure and everything cozy in a wonderfully simple design that requires little more than a natural color pallet and a couple branches.
16. Home Maker
If you ever had a doll house or a Wendy house as a child, then you will instantly recognize the appeal of this design!
17. A Rock Climbing Wall
Fancy a more interesting or challenging way to get into the attic or top bed of a bunk bed? BAM! Rock climbing wall!
18. Themed Headboards
Headboards may seem like minuscule and unimportant parts of a bedroom, especially to kids, but the right one can pull the whole room together!
19. Secret Places
Chances are you’ve heard of Narnia. Well, how would you like your kids to have their very own secret world of play! If you’re lucky enough to have a small closet that shares a wall with a bedroom or living space, then this is perfect!
Featured photo credit: amy.giziensk via flickr.com