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Cool bedrooms for cool kids

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Martha Taylor-Brown ▼ | June 1, 2019
Cool bedrooms for cool kids
Rooms   Don't let boredom live in your kid's room

While most areas of the home tend to be upgraded once or twice a year, the kids’ room usually does not. Let's change that!

Fun wallpaperWhen it comes to the walls in your child’s room, you want to take it up a notch by having a fun wallpaper. Wallpaper is one of those decorating bits that always bring a personalized twist to any room. You want to do just that by taking one of the largest walls in your kids’ room and creating a bold display with a daring wallpaper. When selecting the fun wallpaper for the room, consider a repetitive pattern that flows with the theme that you’re trying to create.

Black and white roomDo not feel discouraged when you want to take a simple approach to your child’s room, particularly if you want to use hues of black and white. While these colors might not seem “child-friendly” they create the perfect blank canvas for further decorating. Additionally, it allows you to add color, and pattern without interrupting your current layout. Take your black and white room to the next level by adding a cool chalkboard wall that allows your child to get creative at any given time.

Dreamy roomIf you are on a mission to transform your daughters’ room, creating a dreamy aesthetic using a light and airy color palette is the way to go. Keep your décor minimal with hints of color and dainty décor to ensure the room feels almost like a personal oasis away from the rest of the world. Pair your dainty décor with a faux fur rug or a day bed that feels calming and cozy. Add fun, ethereal string lights above the bed to create a whimsical updated approach.

Working cornerLet’s face it, homework is not anyone’s favorite thing to do, however by adding a fun station your child will be more inclined to do homework on a regular basis. Consider displaying fun books and needed essentials to bring that homework designed space feel to life and bold colors will bring a fun twist. If your child has a specific color or pattern they love, consider weaving it into your design to make your child’s station feel as personal to them as possible.


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