What does your room look like when you were little? We suspect it’s not exactly like this colorful, creative and cool space. This uber-style children’s bedroom is a lesson in injecting lessons, inspired ideas, and very good taste. Looking for something more specific? Look at our great ideas for decorating boys ‘rooms, girls’ rooms, and baby’s rooms.
When finding colorful accents, first consider what your child already has. Children’s books and stuffed animals are often pleasant colors, so put them in a place that doubles as a decoration. Wall, bed and carpet decals can all add color and patterns to children’s rooms but can be easily changed as you age.
Even though you might be worried about your son’s request for a neon wall, superhero bed, and a floor full of toys, you don’t have to resist the vibrations inspired by children at all. Designing children’s rooms that are equally young and elegant are easier to reach than they seem.
Best twin bedroom decoration ideas
Decorating your son or daughter’s room can be a daunting process. You want space to look great, function well, and capture your little one’s imagination, but that is a high order for a small space, especially if it’s room for two people.
Twin bed back. A classic choice for children’s rooms and guest suites, a pair of beds is a practical solution for accommodating crowds, be it weekend visitors or siblings sharing space. Traditional or modern twin beds can unite the room in an instant.
A pair of twin beds are more comfortable for unpaired guests, and the symmetry you make will make your guests double the envy of design! Look at this beautiful guest bedroom that will make your guests feel right at home.
For inspiration, see our favorite bedroom designs for boys.