Tight on space? Don’t worry, you can always style and decorate a room in a cool way even if this room is tiny, and today we’ll take a look at such kids’ rooms – functional and super stylish. How to pull off cool kids’ room decor and make the room super practical at the same time? Let’s find it out!
Small Kids’ Rooms
Consider the room you have: is it small and square or small and narrow? To make a narrow space look bigger, you may go for some horizontal decor – printed wallpaper, gallery walls, shelves and other stuff. What works for any small room is a neutral color scheme, it always visually expands the space. Pastels can be another good solution for a small room, and if you want to add black or some brights, go for some accents. Place the curtain rod right under the ceiling and choose curtains to the floor – they will make the room look larger.
Now for some furniture solutions that will make this small room work: go for practical beds with storage drawers, if there are no drawers, add them yourself. A platform bed will be another good idea for a small kids’ room. A desk can be built-in or a windowsill one, you may also go for a floating desk that will save some floor space just like wall-mounted shelves. Consider raising up the bed and placing the play and study zone under it – this way you’ll save a lot of space. Now decorate the space in the way your kid likes!
a bright kid's room with a black wall, colorful pompom garlands, pillows, bedding and a rug is extra bold
a cute and small kid's space with light pink walls, a stained and a desk, artwork, rugs and a basket for storing toys
a delicate and subtle Scandi nursery with blush walls, a large windowsill bench with pillows, a bed with neutral bedding and a teepee
a delicate pastel kid's space with blue wallpaper walls, a neutral bed with blue bedding, a round table, bookshelves and toys
a lovely kids' room with grey walls, a metal bed and printed bedding, a desk and white chairs, some lovely toys and art
a monochromatic Scandinavian kid's room with a star-printed accent wall, ledges for books, a wihte bed with drawers, a wardrobe with a chalkboard and a striped rug
a narrow kid's room with a bed with blue and navy bedding, a dark-stained desk and a chair, a black rug and a ladder, some artwork
a neutral small kid's bedroom with a metal bed with pastel bedding, a sofa with pillows, a white dresser and a wardrobe
a welcoming small Scandinavian kid's room with a bed, a floating desk and stools, a house-shaped wall-mounted shelf, a pendant lamp and a printed rug
Small Shared Kids’ Rooms
If a small kids’ room is a shared one, you will have to be even more inventive to make it comfortable. First of all, think neutrals or pastels as the most expending color scheme for this room – it really works. Pay attention to bunk beds and raised beds to accommodate everyone. Consider storage beds and storage stairs – made of storage cabinets. Go for built-in, floating and folding desks and chairs and built-in storage units, use every single inch of space you have. Add decor that is proper for the space and let your children enjoy the room!
a beautiful mauve kids' bedroom with a bunk bed, a jute rug, a storage unit and open shelves plus a two-tone lamp
a colorful shared kids' room with a raised bed and a bed at the window, some ladders, a wicker chair and colorful bedding and toys
a colorful twin kid's room with a floral statement wall, colorful bedding and pillows, pendant lamps and a tassel garland
a fun and cool Scandinavian kids' room with two beds, walls with mountain art, pendant lamps, wooden boxes with stars
a pastel shared kids' bedroom with lavender walls and a pouf, colorful bedding and art and a lamp with colorful tassels
a Scandi kids' room with a bunk bed, printed bedding, a striped rug, a white table and chair, a white storage unit
a shared colorful kid's room with a bright floral wall and bold bedding, a bold striped rug and books on the bookshelves