Kids’ Bedrooms – Five Energetic Decoration Ideas
We will today take a brief look at a topic exuding color and energy and which will inspire you in decorating kids’ bed rooms, that space that break up the monotony in a home. We will see how a simple room turns into some landscapes and decors which seem to have descended from a fairy tale book, inviting us into the innocent, yet fascinating universe of children. Here are more ideas on how to decorate kids’ bedrooms, as seen on Home-designing.com
The first example is a bedroom set up in an attic, in a generous space which allowed the owner to experiment ornamentally. The exposed brick walls make a fine visual match with the wooden clad areas, delighting with captivating contrasts. The bed is placed on a raised platform where storage spaces are also integrated. Other parts of the room look sophisticated enough for adults to enjoy as well – parents can likely use this desk to catch up on work while watching the kids play.
The second example is a bedroom set up to host two kids, with the beds lining one of the walls to preserve the play space as much as possible. Storage spaces are also wisely integrated in the furniture while the overall chromatic display exudes the same energy, well highlighted by the abundant natural light coming in.
Again diverse and vivid colors in a bedroom which looks a bit more sophisticated. Each corner is perfectly integrated into the overall space, including the minimalist desk next to the TV set. The wood discreetly goes up on a wall to diversify even more the chromatic details of the room.
Easy to infer, the images below show the bedroom of a young princess. The space abounds in pink, well revealed by the natural light, while exuding energy and high spirits. The wall by the bed brings extra dynamism into the décor thanks to its unique texture and pattern.
A bedroom which seems to display a whole neighborhood, with potted trees and mock storefronts and even a lush rug made to look like verdant grass. The tree house covers three stories, with private rooms and open decks to facilitate all types of fun playtime scenarios. Lights hang down on all sides and mimic the shape of wild vines or dripping rays of sunlight.