Princess-themed and car-covered kids’ bedrooms have been done to death. There, we said it. And searching online can yield a lot of the same old, same old results, which is why we’re sharing our ultimate secret source for room inspo: #FoundItOnAmazon. It’s like Pinterest but better, because every picture is actually shoppable. Here, nine adorable kids’ bedroom ideas we haven’t seen a million times before.
1. Hang a Fun Chandelier
If you’re blessed with high ceilings, add some whimsy to the space with a pretty chandelier like this one. In this case, it totally ties the room together by occupying otherwise blank space, drawing your eye from the whimsical four-poster bed to the sparrow-dotted ceiling. We wish our bedroom looked this polished.
2. Opt for a Bookcase Bed
Dealing with minimal space? Don’t worry. A bookcase bed does double duty by providing tons of storage. And going all in on their favorite hobby (like biking) for the room’s decor doesn’t hurt either.
3. Prop Up a Teepee
Forts are fun…’til you’re the one who has to build and disassemble them. That’s what makes this teepee so great—it can stay set up in her room all day every day, creating her own private oasis.
4. Hang Patterned Wallpaper
The birch tree–patterned wallpaper makes this otherwise simply decorated nursery come to life. We’re partial to the accent wall trend because it doesn’t overwhelm the room with a busy pattern.
5. Invest in an Intricate Headboard (or Two)
The right headboard can totally transform a room. Exhibit A: this photo. We can’t take our eyes off the elaborate rattan curlicues. (Plus, its cutout details are perfect if your headboard is near a window because they let the natural light pass through.)
6. Get Outdoorsy Indoors with Rustic Bunk Beds
There comes a time when every kid wants to upgrade from a twin bed (*sigh*). Now he can have the full bed he wants but still have space for a friend to sleep over. And with this reclaimed-wood style, it’ll feel like they’re camping—minus the mosquitoes and the whole sleeping-on-the-ground part.
7. Set an Animal Theme That’s More Zen Than Zoo
Make your little one’s room feel extra cozy by filling it with stuffed animals they can cuddle. That, coupled with plush rugs, soft lighting and calm colors, is bound to make them feel at ease. TBH, we kinda wanna move in here.
8. Lean Into Ruffles
Usually, we’re into ruffles as a small accent here or there. Not in this case. Here, tiered ruffles take center stage, covering both the bed and the curtains. What makes it work: Since almost everything in the room is in shades of white (save for the lampshade, accent pillow and wall art), the frills provide a necessary amount of texture that keeps the room from looking bland and boring.
9. Make It Minimalist
Take a page out of Marie Kondo’s book and approach his room decor with a less-is-more philosophy. It’ll be an exercise in decluttering for both of you.
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