When it comes to design Modern children’s bedroom Perfectionism, it’s not all about that decorative walls New bed frames, although it certainly can be, but choosing a neutral color for the walls is an easy way to personalize a child’s room.
Getting the right balance of space with plenty of storage space that also looks good involves taking a holistic approach to the room, as it also takes into account how the room may evolve over time. The decor of a children’s room change over the years as children become valuable teenagers.
Choose furniture and decor items that won’t date back in time, or if you’re incorporating modern pieces, keep it small and easy to change, this Star Wars-inspired nursery features a patterned wallpaper that could easily pass as the night sky on first impressions. Throw pillows and astrology-inspired art add a playful touch.
If you plan to indulge in wall decals and an animal kingdom theme, scale the space back so that there are just one or two main hero features, such as statement wallpaper or a bed frame, and build the rest of the room around them .
Inspired by the iconic children’s book The Gruffalo In this renovated century-old Edwardian house, the child’s bedroom has a detailed mural of the Gruffalo himself. The artwork is paired with a simple gray carpet and rug, as well as a wooden bed frame.
This nursery takes a more traveler themed approach. Rustic model airplanes on the wall above the bed as well as the large model of the yacht on the bookshelf add a touch of fun.
A crisp white canopy bed frame paired with vibrant floral patterned bedding adds a touch of romance to the children’s bedroom in this modern beach house. The Wall Hanging Cushion is a stylish wardrobe solution that turns Bertie’s small wardrobe into a visual feature.
Creating the perfect nursery does not start and end with a bed, there are many possibilities to explore options in the rest of the room, in the children’s room of this all-white, Mediterranean-style house, a cozy window seat has been created to becoming the perfect reading nook, while also adding extra storage space..
When creating a private space for your children, soft, abundant finishes are a must, which is why the carpet in this contemporary beach house is also a cozy play area..
Storage is key when it comes to creating a functional nursery, whether it’s under the bed, in the wardrobe or with floating shelves. A floating shelf in the nursery of this minimalist home is paired with colorful artwork and a mirror to create playful miniatures.
Striking wallpaper is an easy way to make a dramatic statement in a child’s room, instantly introducing a bold element to a space. In this nursery, a rich green canopy hangs over the white bed for a dreamy touch.
Maintaining a consistent color palette throughout a child’s room is an easy way to make a strong statement. In this family-friendly California bungalow, the armchair complements the green tones in the bedding and in the artwork on the wall.
Continuing to incorporate a theme into a child’s bedroom in a home, a series of custom-made skateboards were installed above the bed to replace the head of the bed..
In building the eco-friendly cottage, a custom twin bunk bed was created to make the most of the compact footprint and high ceilings of this child’s bedroom..
While this nursery brightens up the accent pieces, painting the walls and ceiling panels in pink adds a soft, romantic vibe to the space, a headboard is the perfect finishing touch..
While an all-white palette for a kid’s room might seem risky, this Byron Bay renovation features crisp white throughout. In the boy’s room, a custom bunk bed system was created to accommodate the bedrooms and provide an additional play area.
This nursery canopy house themed bed frame adds a dreamy element, especially when paired with a strand of bunting. A lively mix of plaid and colorful bedding is the perfect finishing touch.
In the wood-clad children’s room, custom floating shelves and ample storage under the bed base were key.
There is a bunk bed with a trundle bed in the back with pillows and the beds are colorful and patterned for a fun contrast.
The neutral color complements the white and blue bedding as well as the wooden bed frame, woven carpet and concrete floors.
If you’re not ready to stick with a dramatic wall color or artwork, incorporate the color with bedding and textiles within the space for a playful aesthetic. In the nursery of this renovated mining cottage, a vibrant mix of patterns and colors instantly transforms the room’s white palette.