While we can't always avoid the dreaded "naughty" look, there are some ways to give your children a room that isn't quite so much about them as about us. Here are some ideas to keep in mind when designing your child’s room. A feature wall is an excellent way to display your child's collection, and it looks stylish too! Consider a Moroccan-inspired look for a room with a lot of toy storage.
A kid's room based on the sea or a tropical island is another fun theme. For a room reminiscent of tropical beaches, blue and teal paint colours work well. You can even incorporate a palm tree design. And if your child is into sports, a room featuring a team's logo is a must. If you can't afford a full-blown sports theme, don't forget to incorporate a few accessories that represent the sport.
A fun playroom can be a space that is inspiring, colorful, and full of energy. A chalkboard wall can help kids create masterpieces, while brightly coloured textiles can promote a happy mood. A playroom should be designed to encourage your child's interests, whether it's reading nooks or swings, or a place to play. Of course, a playroom should be multifunctional, too. Be sure to incorporate a desk and a work table for completing homework.
Green has become a color trend in the last few years. Pantone's Back to Nature, a rich saturated green, is the color for 2020. Both pale and dark greens look great in kids rooms. You can combine greens with natural wood and gadgets relating to nature to create a room that feels like a secret garden. And if you're worried about your child's room's size, use peg rails, clothes rails, and baskets to help minimise the impact on the room.
A trilevel bunk bed will accommodate three young children in a room, and their low profile means they can fit in any size room. The middle bunk can be staggered to create enough headroom and free up space for an upcycled filing cabinet for storage. A trilevel bunk bed can also be arranged dormitory-style, where one level is higher than the other. For added storage, use matching headboards and horizontal striped bedding.
Storage is another key feature of any kid's room. Make use of space beneath the beds and under bunk beds to store out-of-season clothes. Use attractive storage baskets to store toys and other objects. If you're short on space, consider installing a pegboard for art supplies, small caddies, and colored bins to hold clothing and accessories. A craft station will help the creative juices flow. And don't forget the mini fridge and microwave! Storage is key, so don't forget to think ahead!
Paint effects can be easy to implement and can add personality to a kid's room. Try using a simple line design, graphic outline, or even a star-spangled galaxy. While the result won't be perfect, they will certainly give your child a sense of independence and fun. Wall decals, removable wallpaper, and wallpaper with colorful patterns are other easy options to consider. This way, you don't have to commit to a commitment, while adding fun to your child's room.