Boy’s nautical bedroom
Nautical is a popular theme for young boys, but it can be easily overdone. This nautical boy’s bedroom is perfect. Red accessories are a great way to offset the blue walls. The matching quilt cover and curtains get the balance just right.
Girl’s neutral floral bedroom
This beautiful floral room could double as a guest bedroom, and can be easily updated as your child gets older. The bold floral wallpaper makes a statement without overpowering the style of the bedroom. The draped white canopy softens the look of the four-poster bed and the textured soft furnishings add a touch of cosiness.
Map wallpaper boy’s bedroom
Make statement in your boy’s bedroom with this amazing map of the world wallpaper. The room doesn’t need much more, just simple white furniture. The dark blue wall pulls out the blue in the map, and the red and Union Jack accessories brighten up the room.
Girl’s Parisienne bedroom
Ooh la la! We love this Parisienne themed girls’ room. It’s a great idea for a teenage girl, as it’s a scheme that has longevity. Plus, the monochrome wallpaper means it’s easy to update the room with a new colour scheme using just accent colours.
Children’s eclectic bedroom and playroom
When space is at a premium and you want to keep the house as tidy as possible, a children’s bedroom that encompases a play area is really useful. This bed has fun storage and a play zone underneath.
Girl’s vintage bedroom
Pink and fluffy is what girls often ask for when it comes to bedroom style, but this room is a great take on modern vintage, while still remaining girly. A statement floral wall, combined with natural wood flooring, means this room is a versatile canvas that can be adapted as she gets older.
Boys’ bedrooom with bunk beds
Small bedrooms benefit from clever storage and bunk beds, like in this boys’ bedroom. The white, wipe-clean furniture and storage space help to clear the clutter and keep the room clean – great if your kids are really young.
Children’s room with zones
Zoning-out a room creates the illusion of more space. Here, the study area is a stimulating orange, and the sleeping area is a calming pale grey. With a subtle change of colour this bedroom design would work for boys as well as girls.
Unisex children’s twin bedroom
When children are young it doesn’t matter too much whether their bedroom is ‘girl’ or ‘boy’, so a white colour scheme with a bright pop of colour, such as these vibrant teal walls, is perfect. Putting the two beds along one wall with a dressing table in the middle and cupboards above the bed makes the most of storage space.
Girl’s attic bedroom
White walls and coir flooring keep this attic bedroom light and airy. Fun circular stencils on the wall add a bit of colour and are easy to paint over. The mixture of furniture styles, pattens and colours add to the fun style and mean it’s an easy bedroom to update with a lick of paint and some new accessories.
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