When decorating a child’s room sometimes it’s a little too easy for us to use a tried and tested theme. But lets face it they’re often tired too! So I’ve trawled through lots of kids’ interiors and some of the best are below 🙂
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I love this boy’s nursery. The clever use of subtle patterns make it interesting but also means when the child is older and may change to another room the wallpaper and furniture would be perfect for a guest room. Source: Pinterest
While we’re all a little tired of the traditional pink or blue nurseries but the pastel tones in the image below shows a fresh and polished interior. Although this room has been decorated for little lady the use of soft blue makes it less predictable and adds depth to the overall colour scheme. Source: Dulux
This is a fun, contemporary nursery. The horizontal stripes are striking. The soft pinks make the design warm and feminine. Source: Pinterest
For those of you who are getting a head start and decorating a neutral nursery white is wonderful. This room is clean and simple. The wooden floor is very practical and the area rugs add texture and warmth. The painted ceiling is a lovely feature and works extremely well with a high ceiling. Source: Pinterest
What a great use for an old chest of drawers! Must more stylish than your regular changing station. Source: Pinterest
Twin rooms can often be the most difficult room to decorate as you have to take in to account the wishes of 2 different personalities! A great way to make it work is to find a common theme and complimentary colour palette while mixing & matching. Source: Pinterest
This room is so girly and light. To keep the design simple and bright use white or light coloured furniture with coloured walls. The sheer curtains also add to the airy feel. Placing the curtain pole to ceiling height also gives an added sense of height. Source: Pinterest
I love the panelling in this bedroom. It adds lots of texture, especially when using white as a base. Source: Pinterest
This quirky, colourful interior is bursting with loads of personality. Using a gallery wall is a great feature and allows your teenager to express colour and things they like 🙂 Source: The Lily Pad Cottage
What little princess wouldn’t love this dressing area! I would love this now. The use of pom poms is a fun way to add temporary colour and texture Source: Pinterest
Fantastic way to display your little one’s photos or artwork. Source: Pinterest
Beautiful Boy’s Room. Soft blues and the little toys on display are great. This shelf would look great if it ran all the way around the room. Stand photo frames on it and other accessories to add interest. Source: Pinterest
Natural interiors are very relaxing. It’s quietly colourful and creates a soothing atmosphere. Quirky accessories such as the number plate add a little fun! Source: Pinterest
This is great for storage and display. It’s sucha simple Saturday project. Root out an old skateboard and some brackets 🙂 Source: Pinterest
This is a lovely classic colour palette with modern tones. Warm blue/greys and beige are a great backdrop for the small punches of primary colours with the red and blue. Source: Pinterest
What a fun boy’s room! Dulux have created a fun interior using different shades of blue and green. And what a clever storage system. Ideal for smaller rooms. Source: Dulux
These soft pinks and greys create a feminine but contemporary space for a young lady. Source: Happy Friday
The pop of blue with crisp white is relaxing yet bursting with personality. A notice board is a great canvas for a teenager to display inspiration and creativity. Source: Pinterest
I love this cute hideaway. And lets face it during those teenage years we all wanted to feel like we had our own space!
This design is perfect for that mature teen. It’s grown up and contemporary with great storage.
At some point or another most teens want to paint their room black. A blackboard wall is a great comprise. It gives them the freedom to show their creativity and easy to clean. If you’re tempted to go down this road just remember to keep the furniture light and bright.
This is a great industrial look. Soften it with accessories and textiles. And if like with all Irish Mammies, he is still there in his 30’s this design will suit him then too! 😉
I hope these rooms offer some inspiration and show how to grow with the interior :)#