Our most popular IG posts almost always involve bunk rooms! As fabulous as bunk rooms are, some people have commitment issues with the bunk-making part of that deal. We can’t blame them there! Kids Bedrooms (whether bunk rooms or not) are such a fun part of home design. We decided for this week’s Instagram wrap up, we’d love to share some awesome kids’ room designs!
Whether the bedroom will be shared or not, we’ve rounded up some fun and inspiring kids’ bedroom designs that are sure to bring a smile to any child. Imagination and the sky are the limits here!
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Bedroom #1: Chic Tween or Teen Girl Bedroom
This room, perfect for a tween or teen, is so unique! We love the pinstripe bedding with the fabulous wall mural. The globe hints of glam influences and the iron bed is spot-on! What child wouldn’t be delighted by this design? The tones are more on the muted side and this will be a room that will stand the test of time. You can read more with our Get This Look: Chic Teen Girl’s Bedroom post.
Bedroom #2: Farmhouse meets Star Wars Boys’ Bedroom
Theme bedrooms are always a hit! Have a Star Wars fan at your house? This room is a fantastic compromise of galactic weaponry and farmhouse comfort. While Star Wars accents add a fun touch, classic farmhouse elements, like the plaid rug and white paint, give this room a timeless and not-too-trendy look. You might wish to check out this post: 25+ Bedrooms for Teen Boys.
Bedroom #3: Colorful, Glam Girl’s Bedroom
Maybe it’s the approach of summer, but sometimes color is the way to go! Do you have a child that just really loves color? Here you go! This Eclectic Bedroom (with a bold wall mural and green pendants) invokes so much energy! Summer redo? You bet! Add some colorful accent pillows and a neutral bed frame for a look that can be easily and inexpensively changed.
Bedroom #4: Bold Color for Younger Children
And if the last room wasn’t quite colorful enough for you, we share this kid’s bedroom by @this_e17_life! She went bold because she knew it was perfect for her child!! The bright wallpaper and hand-painted sun are so joyful! This room just makes us smile. Light colored carpet and walls really give this look a place to shine (pardon the pun).
Bedroom #5: Custom House Partial Bunk
Love to build? Do what Jen @jenwoodhouse did! Create an awesome faux-house kid’s bed, complete with a sitting space underneath! You can’t go wrong with barn doors! Sometimes we just crave unique ideas and this is one of the best! You can check out this build too: Princess Castle Loft Bed.
Bedroom #6: Boho Basics for Teens and Tweens
With boho being such a big trend right now, we wanted to share this casual girl’s bedroom. Ombre curtains and paisley bedding combine to create a retreat a tween or teen would love. White walls, built-ins, and a wood ceiling give us the perfect backdrop for this boho beauty. A window seat with storage and a built-in desk provide places for homework or reading (hopefully not just the phone). The acrylic chair keeps the space from feeling too heavy.
Bedroom #7: Teal and Orange for Two
How about a coastal look? We fell in love with this shared bedroom by @coastalcraftymama! Teal and orange with rustic wood bed frames? Where do we sign up? Aren’t the metal signs over the bed a great idea? We love how she used eclectic letters to create this look. Once again, we see neutral basics here that could be changed as kids age and interests change. If you would like to create a more gender neutral look in your home, you can read this post: How to Create a Gender-Neutral Shared Kids’ Bedroom.
Bedroom #8: Pretty in Pale Pink for Girls
Then there are those girls that love pink and unicorns and …To add character and interest, this designer used wood shakes on the wall. So cute! Matching nightstands (maybe for some storage) and lamps bring symmetry. Since the room is smaller, decor is minimal.
Bedroom #9: Rustic Farmhouse Comfort
And since we don’t want to forget something with a little more masculine touch, how about this farmhouse-style bedroom? Muted colors and antique-type pictures and accents give this room a lived-in, comfortable feel. We are in love with the wood and metal beds too! Plaid bedding, horse pictures, and a farmhouse lamp are perfect for this theme. Do you have a child that would love this idea? Our 25 Stellar Shared Kids’ Bedrooms post might also be a great place to look for an idea or two.
We hope you have enjoyed some of these kids’ bedroom ideas. One of the biggest places of inspiration for us is scrolling through Instagram to see what projects our friends are working on. We never ceased to be amazed at the creativity and talent that are in the DIY community!
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