Want to bring a fresh look to child’s bedroom? These homeowners have great ideas on how to brighten up the space while giving your child a safe environment.
Safety first! Not only does this carpeted platform look good, this designer’s great idea ensures that your kids won’t hurt themselves even if they roll off their beds in the middle of the night.
This hand drawn wall decal, designed by the interior designer, could be an art project for your child. Give your kids a chance to participate in decorating parts of their own room. The decal goes well with the striped wall, adding cheer to the little corner.
Larger play area:
Small rooms mean smaller play area. But as this designer has shown, you can maximise the room’s space by giving your child a loft bed and leaving the bottom empty for a play area. When he grows older you could always replace the toys with a study table.
Meet your growing child’s needs by giving him more storage space! This designer helped create custom storage and bed frame centered around the homeowner son’s beloved Liverpool’s stadium poster.
Stripes and letters:
This designer kept to a simple, neutral palette for the child’s room. It gives the homeowner plenty of room to dress up the space with interesting furniture as the child grows older. The parquet, letters pasted on the wall and striped ceiling adds unique touches to the room without overwhelming the space.
A touch of whimsy:
Inspired by Andy’s room from Toy Story, this homeowner created this cloud wall decal for her child’s room and her designer help put it up.
Why let the fun stop at your child’s bedroom? These homeowners put up a rainbow beaded curtain and had their designers lay bright red mosaic in their child’s bathroom.