A kids space should be more than just a place for sleeping.  It’s a place for creating dreams, creative play, and letting imaginations run wild.  There are so many fun decorating and unique touches on how you can personalise this space and today I share decorating ideas for kids rooms to get you started.


Archer has just turned 6 years old and has just started school.  I have incorporated lots of letters in his room to help him recognise the letter’s in his name.  ‘Everything is awesome’ are great words from the recent Lego movie making learning fun.


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Pink is girly and used in a subtle way can also be classy.  This contemporary girly bedspread is the perfect modern twist that every little girl needs in her room.



Introduce their favourite theme in a modern way.  This horse wall paper featured in my daughters room is an on trend way to share a love of horses.  Mix it with bold, bright colours and a neutral bedspread for a look that will grow with the child.


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Think beyond the typical colour palette.  I love the idea of a chalkboard wall.  Bright bold colours really pop against this wall, ideal for a kids space.


Try creating your own artwork or wall decals.  Washi tape is fantastic for this.  Here I have stuck it on the wall to create a fun feature.  Download some fun coloured shapes of the internet and frame them for instant art for the walls.


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Mix patterns and colours for a fun look.  In their favourite colours of course.


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Use accent colours that really pop.  Here yellow, gold and magenta really stand out from the white linen, making this a fun space to be in.


Try creating a gallery wall in their bedroom.  Think outside the square and use magazine tear sheets, their artwork or favorite postcards and tags for inexpensive artwork.


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Use unexpected colour combinations.  Try green and black, pink and emerald, red and pink.  After all, its a kids room, so have fun.


So have fun if you are decorating a kids room. Bring out the inner child in you and let your’s and your child’s imaginations run wild.