A kid’s bedroom is their domain to play, create, study and relax. It’s a do-it-all space for the youngest members of the household, so it’s only right that these spaces demand perhaps the biggest creative input when it comes to decorating. Kids will likely have quite a few ideas of their own when it comes to their rooms, not all of which you will agree with, but style doesn’t have to be compromised. This gallery of 51 kids room designs is packed with stylish kids’ decor ideas including modern bedroom furniture, minimalist kids’ room concepts, inspiration for unique kids’ beds, bunk beds and play bunks, practical kids’ study areas and active play spaces.
Gallery for 51 Modern Kid’s Room Ideas With Tips Dan Accessories To Help You Design Yours
Zone a shared kids room with colour wraps. Full height headboards and dropped ceiling panels exaggerate a colour blocked effect, and present opportunity for recessed mood lighting too. | Visualizer: Hamza Boghdady.
2. Stackable kids’ chairs
3. Mickey Mouse wall clock
4. Floating desk with storage
5. Thor hammer light
6. Superhero shelves
7. Moon light
8. Paper deer head
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Kids like to move around and change position a lot, so you’re going to want to give them choices. A children’s armchair makes a comfy little spot for curling up with picture books, whilst a fluffy rocker is good for giggles! | Visualizer: Halo Studio.
Take your little explorers to the jungle with a tropical print wall covering. Bring the wild theme into the 3D domain with animal themed accessories like a quirky Seletti Monkey Lamp. | Visualizer: Polina Afonskaya.
Two by two. A shared room can be the source of many a sibling argument but making everything even is a good basis for success. Be sure to double up on comfy seats and make it a double work space too. | Visualizer: Olga Kolesnikova & Evgenii Baisa.
Elevate a cute kids’ room with a little elegance. A modern chandelier is a beautiful, sparkly way to add an upscale air to a white or pastel decor scheme. Balance out the mature piece with child friendly motifs to keep the space appealing to youngsters. | Visualizer: Manarch Studio.
Carve out a space for creativity. Kids will happily draw and create anywhere but if you set up a kids’ table for them to colour on, it might just save your best furniture, floors, doors, walls, and sanity. | Visualizer: Elena Sedova.
Draw attention to the hero piece of the room. This criss cross paint effect lands right at the peak of an adorable house shaped bed; it also presents the opportunity to introduce strong colour without having to commit to a whole wall. | Visualizer: Fatma Çetin.
Split the space. A half exposed concrete ceiling makes an industrial vibe over the sleeping area of this bedroom, whilst a blue ceiling and colour saturated walls mark out a bedroom lounge. | Designer: Bogdanova Bureau.
Somewhere over the rainbows. A little one’s love for rainbows doesn’t automatically lead to multicolour mess, This design tames the rainbow theme into elegant pastel arcs over the window, the kids’ study, the bed and bedside tables. | Visualizer: Maryam Shikh Ali.
Bump up the usability of a bunk. Not only does this custom bunk bed double sleeping space over the same footprint but it includes its very own closet area too.https://www.facebook.com/vietthanginteriors | Visualizer: Vu Viet Thang.
Get kids to work off some of that excess energy by installing their very own climbing wall. A patterned backboard and colourful grips will make it into a cool decorative piece too. | Visualizer: Studio VAE.
The older the kid is, the more book storage they’re going to need for their studies. Be sure to include bookcases as an integral part of the room layout, like this boldly framed recessed design by the bed, and a handily situated stack by the kids’ desk. | Visualizer: Irina Maslova.
Kids will start every day with a smile on their face with a bed like this! After climbing the novel space-saver staircase at night, mornings begin with a swift trip down a spiral slide onto a colourful cushioned floor. Custom painted walls and bunny mobiles add to the fun. | Visualizer: Art Group.
If you don’t want to splash custom paintwork over the entire room, then just one or two concentrated areas are enough to build impact. Check out this large inspirational wall art piece and the quirky zoning technique around this kid’s study area. | Visualizer: Abith Jos.
This floral wall mural is the inspirational spark for a collection of pink bedroom furniture and a matching pink racetrack mirror. A couple of grey furniture pieces balance out the sweetness. | Visualizer: ArtPartner Architects.
Shape up. If your kids are stuck on one single favourite colour, then shape things up with eye-catching silhouettes like this teddy bear themed kids’ bed and bunny ear kids’ chairs. | Visualizer: Alisa Solar.
Looking good in wood, this custom built kids’ furniture and integrated floor bed design keeps the room streamlined whilst highly functional. Ombre drapes add a wonderfully soft pastel hint to complement the light quality of the bare timber. | Visualizer: Rina Lovko Studio.
Create layers of fun. When ceiling height allows, play space can be increased by incorporating a play bunk into a kids’ room. This low floor bed design increases the amount of available vertical space. A simple ladder gives access to a hangout area and cosy reading nook above. | Visualizer: Need Design.