As the only space they can truly call their own, a child’s bedroom should allow them to escape and feel inspired. Designing a children’s bedroom without ever becoming too youthful or grown up is a challenge. The most brilliant bedrooms embody the whim of childish wonder with the discipline and style of a designer – or a design-loving parent.
The key is to unleash creativity in your child’s bedroom while making sure everything feels organized. Don’t be afraid to show off your colorful side by using bold hues to cover the walls and vibrant fabric patterns on curtains, cushions, bedding and more. Treat your child’s drawings like the masterpieces they are and frame them on walls for everyone to see. And most importantly, make sure there’s enough storage space to hide all those Legos and dolls when playtime is over.
Are you ready to decorate with your kids? Check out these stunning and cool kids room ideas from the best designers in the country to guide you through the process. They may even inspire you to inject a little youthful energy into your own bedroom.
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Painted Yellow Cab walls let the sun shine into Summers and Josh Thornton’s son’s room in their Chicago townhouse. A 1973 screen print by Reis & Manwaring gives the space additional artistic inspiration. Henredon’s side table enhances the decor while providing storage space for various toys.
A velvet pink headboard, geometric wallpaper and ruffles come together to create the feminine dream bedroom for designer Janie Jones’ daughter. A soft reading light (Circa Lighting) and soft linens (Matouk) make for the coziest landing spot for a little read before bed.
A child’s room is not complete without a desk for homework – and a cool lava lamp. In this girls room in Pebble Beach by decorator Mary McDonald, cotton twill drapes (Pierre Frey) with whimsical opal bobbled fringes (houles) frame incredible views of neighboring vistas. Playful birds fly over the walls on a wallpaper designed by McDonald for Schumacher.
The classic red, white, and blue palette has never felt more youthful than it does in designer Chiqui Woolworth’s Upper East Side nursery. Tomato red trim (kravet) and a painted wrought iron chandelier enliven the watery tones on the linens and valance.
This fairytale nursery in a 100-year-old Atlanta home showcases Melanie Turner’s ability to make a monochromatic palette so exciting. The tent ceiling and walls are covered with a fresh apricot colored fabric (Perennials). An Italian ceramic camel sits on a multicolored chevron (Missoni) rug.
It’s hard to decide between the upper or lower bunk in this Palmer Weiss-designed bedroom when both offer uninterrupted views of Big Sky, Montana’s Rocky Mountain landscape. Wirebrushed white oak paneling envelops the bedroom and connects it to its woodland setting. Linens are by Serena & Lily.
Even though her family’s cottage is on Long Island, today Show co-host Jenna Bush Hager made sure to bring elements of Texas indoors. Portraits of Texas native Natalie Erwin hang above the twin beds of her daughters, each dressed in linens by Bailey McCarthy (Biscuit), another Longhorn State designer.
Damour Drake’s designers Maryline Damour and Mel Jones Jr. transformed the upstairs living room at the Kips Bay Show House into an imaginative children’s room. Artistic clouds by Sienna Martz float above the ceiling like a mobile, while a custom-designed desk and chair create the ideal nook for art projects.
For the children’s room at the Kips Bay Show House, Shelly Rosenberg wanted to highlight how a room can be forward-thinking while still being fully functional for someone with special needs. A hanging rattan swing (Serena & Lily) demonstrates the importance of sensory design, as Rosenberg explains that swings can be used to calm a frustrated child. The custom made day bed is made up with Yves Delorme linens.
Wishing for a star is a daily occurrence in this cozy nursery from San Francisco-based designer Marea Clark. A night sky wallpaper by Cole & Son sparkles above a floral display on Coco & Wolf bed linen. The walls are a calm color (Benjamin Moore’s Palladian Blue), while a white floral lamp by Stray Dog Designs adds a touch of playfulness.
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