When it comes to kids bedroom I want their space to be fun, practical and uncluttered. My little boy Archer (7 years) is growing up way too quickly and I am always on the look out for cool ideas to keep his bedroom tidy. I also love styling with pieces that will grow with him well into his tween years. Today I share some stylish ideas for your kids bedrooms, not just for the boys but you could also steal these ideas for your little girl too.
Can you see that mess of Lego on Archer’s bookcase? For some reason he likes to turn all his Lego baskets upside down. I guess it’s a practical way of finding those missing pieces but it does my head in. I was after a solution.
Now doesn’t Archer’s bedroom look much tidier? He can carry his Lego mat around and sit in the family room if he likes. It ties up quite easily and believe me it will hold a lot of Lego. It comes in pink, blue, red and taupe and for $36.95 it a cheap way of making his room less cluttered.
Bus scrolls can be lots of fun and can suit any gender bedroom. I picked mine up from My Sweet Prints for $29.00.
Cute pillow cases can liven up any child’s bedroom. It doesn’t have to match the quilt cover. Mix and match colours and patterns for an individual look. I love this Little Indian pillowcase from my shop and it’s on sale for $20.00.
You can’t go past breathable 100% cotton quilts and sheets sets. Like the Army Spotty Dot quilt cover for $139.00 from Little Louli as shown on Archer’s bed. Keeping the sheet sets fun and not too babyish, these should see your child right through to their tweens and beyond.
Add a funky light like a neon sign from Neon Poodle for instant wow factor. Neon Poodle have a cute range of neon lights for boys or girls and I love this ‘head in the clouds’ one for $269.00.
Add a string of fairy lights or a felt ball garland. This Citrus garland would suit a boy or girl and is on sale now in my shop for $20.00.
I hope these ideas have given you a little bit of inspiration to update your kids bedroom. A few key pieces is all it takes and as long as they are practical and funky you are on the way to making child’s bedroom a place they will want to play in for hours.
Most importantly have fun when decorating your kids bedroom.