We were delighted to collaborate with children’s furniture experts Babios for their fantastic feature on Kid’s bedroom interior design ideas: in the eyes of the experts.
With so many creative furniture pieces, storage solutions and decorating possibilities, you can have all sorts of fun designing or updating your child’s bedroom. The key is to create a space that encourages your child’s hobbies and interests, reflects their personality and remains a stimulating, adaptable and fun space for years to come.
For the luxury kids bedroom design of the children’s rooms in our Broad Walk family home, we chatted to each of the boys at the beginning of the design process to find out their favourite colours and what excited them most about having their own creative space to get an idea of where to begin with the luxury bedroom for boys.
Both boys loved the colour blue, which we highlighted in different shades in both bedrooms, for a boys navy bedroom interior design. We also injected pops of colour through décor and accessories in each room such as the table lamps and ottoman chairs. Patterned wallpaper always adds a bit of fun and individuality to an interior scheme and can be easily updated as the children get older.
A crucial consideration in the design of each bedroom was plenty of storage space. The bespoke joinery in each room includes a desk area as well as storage for books, toys and gadgets. Geometric shelving is another fun component and is not only perfectly practical but adds a unique element to the kids bedroom design.
We took a similar approach to the luxury children’s bedroom design in our Richmond family home however we also carefully considered the distinctive architectural style of the beautiful 1920s mock-Tudor property with its dark oak panelling and exposed beams for this dark grey boys bedroom. The design for both child room interior designs started with a large desk that extended across the full width of the room beneath the window to allow for good lighting, together with wardrobes and storage on either side of the desk.
We are inspired by a diversity of styles and have produced an array of luxurious interior architecture and interior design projects. Whatever the project, whatever the brief, we analyse the requirements, assess the scope of works, and deliver a successful and distinctive result on every occasion.
For the kids bedroom design for girls, the bespoke joinery was sprayed in a soft lacquer with shaker style doors in a contrasting pastel teal and soft lavender. We designed a trundle bed, which is perfect for friends’ sleepovers and ideal for children’s bedroom ideas for girls that are tight on space. The sheer canopy draped from the ceiling and twisted around gentle tiebacks is an elegant feature in the room, while a striking geometric rug fills the floor to connect the desk area and bed. The palette of soft teal and lavender form a perfect backdrop for the textures and gentle floral fabrics making it a delightful bedroom interior design for a young girl to feel just like a princess.
The boy’s bedroom design features a palette of navy and grey hues. The luxury bedroom for boys has a double aspect with one window forming a beautiful bay area. In this area, we placed a single sofa bed in a navy check fabric for friends to lounge on or when playing computer games. The bespoke desk has also been placed under the window to take advantage of the natural light, with shelves and pigeon-hole storage fitted to the wall adjacent to the desk. The joinery has been finished in satin grey lacquer with dark yellow accents, while the walls in a soft, warm grey complement the timber exposed beams to provide a rustic take on the contemporary design for this luxury bedroom for boys.
With years of experience designing luxury bedroom interior designs in family homes, at Roselind Wilson Design we’re experts in bespoke children’s bedroom interior designs. Find luxury kids bedroom ideas and inspiration in our portfolio which includes an array of modern, contemporary and traditional family home luxury interior designs.
Photography by Richard Waite
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