For all the home decor aficionados out there, there’s nothing quite like styling the perfect room for your children. However, it can be tough to create a space that you love as much as your kids (unless you’re as excited about Disney and Minecraft as they are, in which case perhaps this article isn’t for you). At Modernize, we’re here to tell you that there are plenty of kids’ bedroom design collaborations you will really appreciate in your home. Here are 10 of our favorites.
Who hasn’t wasted a day (or a hundred) getting lost in the affordable home haven that is Ikea? Once you become a parent, a whole new side of this Scandinavian giant opens up to you. Whether you’re designing on a budget or just love the clean lines and styles Ikea has to offer, you can easily kit out your kids’ bedrooms with adaptable, accessible furniture and accessories.
Just another room
If you want to keep your home’s design style consistent throughout, choose classic furniture and accessories to match the rest of your house in your kid’s room. This works especially well in nurseries, while you still have a choice on the decorating front.
Eclectic and original
Mix and match prints, fabrics, and patterns throughout your kid’s room for an unique style that definitely won’t be replicated in your children’s friends’ houses (though their parents will surely be jealous of your eclectic tastes).
Nothing about this bedroom decor is boring, and that’s a good thing. Choose bold modern art prints and handmade toys and cushions to make your kid’s room stand out from all the Disney characters out there.
If you want your children’s bedroom to be bang on trend, go with a monochrome color palette. The best part about this kind of room decor? You will never have a problem with clashing colors!
Every hipster knows that a room isn’t complete without a mounted animal, cross stitched banner, and random arrows and crosses. Up your own hipster profile with this super cute and trendy design.
A bedroom is about so much more than sleep, especially for kids. Give them what they really want with a loft style bed that resembles a treehouse (climbing frame optional).
Nothing says kids’ design like bold, bright colors. Mix and match your favorites to create a whimsical, one of a kind room that everyone will love (except for the monochrome fans, perhaps).
Less is definitely more when it comes to the number of toys you’ll need to tidy in this room. Choose a few statement pieces to make up for the lack of things and give your minimalist kid’s room a little extra wow factor.
There’s absolutely nothing wrong with sticking to the basics with children’s bedroom design. High quality fabrics, wooden frames, and clean lines make a room like this feel like so much more than a basic bedroom.
This article is written by:Kaitlin Krull.