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Adorable Kids Bedroom

Giving you all the information you need to transform your child’s bedroom.

All of our sources are shared below; we hope you love it as much as we do!!

Bed: RH Teen Laguna Loft Bunk, Rug: West Elm Hazy Lattice, Sconce: Rejuvenation Cylinder Task Wall Light, Pouf: Joss & Main Cherise Leather Pouf, Linens: RH Teen Chambray Diamond & Finn Cotton-Linen, Pennant: Pottery Barn Teen Personalized Pennant Flag, Light Fixture: Rejuvenation Conical Drum Semi-flush, Mirror: RH Teen Metal Strap Round Mirror, Metal Sign: Etsy “MyMetalDesignsCo”, Dresser: RH Teen Laguna Wide Dresser in Driftwood, Lamp: Rejuvenation Cylinder Accent Lamp, Baskets: RH Teen Leather Handled Braided Wool Storage, Shelves: Target Way Basics Eco Floating Shelf

Bed: RH Teen Cecily Canopy, Rug: Rejuvenation Allison Flatweave, Sconce: Rejuvenation Eastmoreland, Pouf: RH Teen Classic Linen Tack Pouf, Linens: RH Teen Heirloom Pinstripe, Quilt: RH Teen Pom-Pom Washed Velvet, Ceiling Light Fixture: RH Teen Garrison Pendant, Mirror: Pottery Barn Teen Metal Framed Rectangle Mirror in Brass, Dresser: RH Teen Avalon Wide Dresser, Gold Boxes: Metallic Leather Jewelry Box, Lamp: Rejuvenation Rigdon USB table lamp, Pinboard: Pottery Barn Kids: Scallop Pinboard, Baskets: Target Pillowfort Rope Toy Storage Baskets with Fringe

Here are some of our tips for decorating children’s bedrooms:

  1. Take inspiration from their interests. One of the most important tips when designing your child’s bedroom is to keep their interests and hobbies in mind. Let their personality shine through with their favorite dinosaur sheets or butterfly wall art! This can make selecting items for the room even easier. Odds are if they enjoy the decorative elements that represent themselves and their passions, they will be more likely to respond positively to the room and treat it with a little more respect!

  2. Make storage playful. Storage can be fun too! Choosing decorative baskets and bins over ordinary plastic tubs to store away blankets and toys can provide a unique way to style your child’s space. Better yet, put some lined wicker baskets on an open shelf to hide away little bits of clutter!

  3. Choose items that will stand the test of time. Another great thing to keep in mind when designing your child’s bedroom is that they will grow up… and fast! When selecting bedding for your child, choose a comforter or quilt that will allow your child to grow into it. Whether it be all one color or a simple pattern, it will be much more adaptable when your child changes their interests. When they’re young, select fun sheets so they can get excited for bedtime!

  4. Keep things simple. It’s no secret that kids get bored and change their minds very quickly! Don’t feel obligated fill every wall with art or decorations. Sometimes a simple wall shelf or a pinboard can display your child’s own art or books to create a decorative element within the room. Whether your child chooses to display their newest art project or their most recent sports metal, they have the option to do so!


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