With so many creative storage solutions, furniture pieces and decorating possibilities, you can have all sorts of fun creating or updating your child’s bedroom. If your children’s room design is looking a bit uninspiring and in need of an interior design update, consider these space-saving bedroom furniture and decorating tips that will ensure your child’s bedroom remains a stimulating space.
We understand that decorating a child’s bedroom can sometimes feel like a challenge as they grow up so fast. This is why all of our designs are adaptable, so they can be a fun space for years to come.
If you’re looking to make the most of the interior design for your child’s bedroom, it’s important to consider storage. As they grow up, it’s probable that they will accumulate much more belongings, and pre-planning with extra storage will ensure that there is room to grow. Allow for plenty of storage for your child’s treasured belongings, books, toys and games. But make it fun with some of our favourite children bedrooms designs and ideas!
As a space-saving single bed idea, a trundle bed is perfect for sleepovers and ideal in bedrooms that are tight on space as they provide additional storage space – simply keep it tucked in whenever you don’t need it or roll it out at night when it’s time to sleep.
The pink trundle bed in the girl’s bedroom of our Richmond family home has been designed bespoke as a trundle bed for sleepovers and has a soft sheer canopy draped from the ceiling and twisted around gentle tiebacks.
The design of the twin’s bedroom in our St John’s Wood family home considers areas of storage specifically for each child. Aside from the space saving single beds for the two girls, plenty of built-in shelving keeps the play area clear while a space-saving desk is another space where children can enjoy drawing or reading for hours.
Incorporate a ladder into joinery to climb up and over the piece or design the joinery to include a swing or climbing wall. Geometric shelving is a great choice to add individuality, colour and encourage a tidy room. If the space you are creating is for more than one child, allow for designated areas or storage specifically allocated to each child. This will allow for a sense of ownership and independence in the development of your children’s individual personalities.
A fun boy’s bedroom in our Broad Walk family home with geometric shelving and plenty of storage space for books and games. The blue and grey boys bedroom will easily mature as the child grows up, but the pops of colour still add a youthful and fun touch.
Create a multi-functional environment that is both stimulating and entertaining by making space for your child to learn and play. Create a built-in desk or homework area with purpose-built shelving for books and equipment to save space and keep the floor as free as possible.
The desk in the boy’s bedroom of our Richmond family home extends the full width of the room and is positioned under the window to take full advantage of the natural light. Shelves and pigeon hole storage keep the room clutter-free.
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A children’s bedroom decoration idea that is changeable and that can adapt to your child as he or she grows will save you time and money in the long run. Our approach is to keep the palette balanced and neutral with softer shades of colour. Neutral colours will open up a small room and the furniture can be adapted as your child gets older. Likewise, accessories such as wall stickers or Velcro shapes can be used for a themed space that can be easily changed.
The boy’s bedroom in our Broad Walk family home features colourful boys bedroom wallpaper in a grey patterned design and a colour palette that focuses on blues and greys. Decorating a boys bedroom is a fun project to incorporate their favourite gadgets and toys, which is why we used bespoke joinery in the shelves to provide plenty of storage space for toys, books and technology.
The children’s playroom in our Holland Park period property cleverly factors in the British weather with an indoor climbing wall built onto a background of chalkboard paint and recessed circular seating in bright red, ensuring the children can play in this room all year round, come rain or shine.
Although you’re developing a space for growing and inquisitive minds, it’s also important to keep in mind the fun element! Here are some of our favourite discoveries that will delight your child and their friends:
Inspired by Disney movie “Planes”, we love the playful and creative design of this SKY desk – perfect for an aviator inspired bedroom design. Plus the decorative suitcases provide plenty of additional storage that can suit any child’s bedroom design. Available from Circu Magical Furniture. (circu.net)
Combine fun and practicality with Tiramolla – the young design system from Tumidei. We discovered Tumidei at Milan Design Week in April and loved their colourful, creative and adaptable designs that suit children of all ages. (tumidei.it)
Remember there are no rules when creating an inspiring and imaginative space for your child – explore your creativity and develop an area in which your child can flourish and grow. You don’t need to feel restricted or confined by trends or even try to match everything. Have fun!
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