Kids Room Decorating Ideas – A kid’s room is a space to have some fun and get creative, yet setting up a system of organization and order is crucial if you don’t want it to devolve into a pile of toys and clothes. To design a kid’s room that’s both whimsical and tidy, we rounded up 30 of our best kids’ room decorating ideas we’ve featured over the years. From choosing a calming paint color to investing in an adorable tree house-inspired bed, these decor ideas create a room your little ones will look back on with fond memories.
So step away from the pale pink and baby blue and get ready to design a room that’s as unique as your kids are (and as tidy as you’d like them to be). Here are 30+ examples from the our archives to provide inspiration for your child’s next bedroom update. Scroll down and get inspired!
- 1 Kids Room Space-style Wall Decorations
- 2 Gray Attic Kidsroom Decoration
- 3 Fun Colors
- 4 Create Mini Art Galleries
- 5 Zoo Trip
- 6 Contemporary And Scandinavian Design
- 7 Modern Breton Themed Bedroom
- 8 Use Your Kid’S Artwork
- 9 Fun Removable Wallpaper
- 10 Start With Good Bones
- 11 Add Removable Pieces
- 12 Make Memories Matter
- 13 Paint A Chalkboard Wall
Kids Room Space-style Wall Decorations
Gray Attic Kidsroom Decoration
Simple gray kids room decorating ideas with great and functional storage.
In a bedroom at fashion stylist Meredith Melling’s family retreat on Martha’s Vineyard, which was designed by Ariel Ashe and architect Reinaldo Leandro, the bunk beds and walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Fairy Tale Blue, the throws are from Pottery Barn Kids and the rug is Moroccan.
Create Mini Art Galleries
The wonders of great artwork! Walls adorned with gallery-style wall decor are popping up, and the best part of this fun trend is that it celebrates all styles of art and doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Photo courtesy of ProjectNursery.com
At her Lake Forest, Illinois, home, designer Megan Winters swathed the walls of a bedroom for her niece in a zebra-print wallpaper by Brunschwig & Fils. The bed and ceiling light are vintage, the linens are by Frette and the ottoman is by Oly.
Kids are a great joy of family life, but one thing that can be difficult is decorating a bedroom of someone that grows so quickly before your eyes! I’m really big on gender neutral design and looking at this room, you wouldn’t be able to tell whether or not it belonged to a girl or a boy.
Modern Breton Themed Bedroom
Everything is positioned conveniently, such as the comforting bedside light, an accessible bedside table for his drink and storage below his table for toys. Next to his bed is a laundry bag which encourages tidiness. To the right of his bed is a large shelf of favourite books, recently converted to his workspace. To the left of his bed is an empty area for running around with friends.
Use Your Kid’S Artwork
Nothing will make your favorite little artist more proud than getting his or her very own doodles and drawings matted and framed. It adds color and a healthy dose of imagination to a bedroom or playroom. Plus, they’re one-of-a-kind pieces of art. Have them sign the bottom corner to make it feel even more official.
Fun Removable Wallpaper
Whether it’s a pretty floral print or glow-in-the-dark constellations, a fun removable wallpaper is an easy—and low-commitment—way to add a little something extra in your child’s room.
Start With Good Bones
Large pieces, such as furniture and rugs, can be a major investment, which is why we say you should start with well-made styles that will last throughout your little one’s childhood.
Add Removable Pieces
Easily removable pieces, such as a butterfly mobile or wall decals, are perfect for an ever-changing children’s room.
Make Memories Matter
Sure, family photos are something simple and common. But they are definitely an important part of every family and an important detail. So many people end up stashing away great photos in boxes or photo albums. Display them front and center instead! It’s also a great way for your kids to get familiar with extended family that they might not get to see all that often. Whether it’s a single framed photo or a whole collage, they are such a classic way to decorate.