17,031 home kids bedroom decorating ideas Home Design Photos

Kemp Hall Studio
24 Reviews
2012 HGTV Green Home
Ideabooks110K
Questions20
the same room. 3 year old twin boys and 7 year old girl. There bedroom is much smaller than the picture. What would be some good ideas to create the right space for all of them and still be safe for the 3 year olds?
Any idea where to get the cute bulldog?
can you tell me what the reason by hanging up the bucket in bedroom? there is any reason?
we are moving to a house in colorado and one of the rooms has a loft. i love the decor for a boys room.
can you tell me what the reason by hanging up the bucket in bedroom? there is any reason?
We had a very small bedroom with two girls in it. We didn't have the ceiling height for
There is only 7' at the highest point. Definitely a space for kids . . .
I love this room for kids wow, is that fair for both girl n boy?
“Paleta de colores” — CORTIDEC
De Jesus Architecture & Design
Kauai Living
Ideabooks17,252
Questions8
I have 3 year-old boy/girl twins. He's into Disney Cars and she is into Cinderella. Since they must share a bedroom, it's difficult coming up with decorating ideas. Thoughts/Suggestions?
Planning a bedroom that is 12'w x 16'l with 10'4" ceilings. I want to know if this loft/play space can work for us. Thanks!
Pottery Barn Kids had it but may be discontinued.
The idea of the stairs! Great ! Useful.
“Other end of attic room” — dany007boyd
Eric Aust Architect
10 Reviews
Peninsula Point Residence
Ideabooks19,153
Questions6
I would like to know what they did above the bathroom. This is a really good idea to save space!
It can be classified as a plant ledge/decorative until code, then add safety features (ladder and rails) after inspection.
Kids room/ cuartos lindos y practicos
3. Design a teen zoneThis ultra-cool bedroom solves two needs in one for teenage girls: the loft bed gives her a sense of her own space, and the ensuite bathroom installed underneath allows her to spend as much time as she likes in front of the mirror. Brilliant!
“NOOK” — lonidoll
Hobus Homes
4 Reviews
Child Bedroom
Ideabooks56,296
Questions19
other programs that give tours of amazing and unique homes, "Kid's Cribs" will showcase an extremely cool “crib” through a kid-centered tour. Does your home feature an indoor sports court that your child helped to design? A theater where your kids and their friends watch their favorite videos? A roc
host episodes of “Kids Cribs” along with their parents. The kids will give fun tours of their amazing homes, while the parents will offer details about the inspiration, how the space came together, and how the viewers can create something similar in their homes. If your family and home fit this description
features of your home, some photos of the home + family, and your contact info to sarahp@mediarain.com. Thanks and good luck!
“Fun kids room” — novamontgomeryhouzz
Anna Baskin Lattimore Design
Hedgemoor Residence
Ideabooks3,735
Questions5
Love the kid/coffee table! Where did you find it? We have a 6 month old and could use something like that. Great idea!
I am looking for a kid friendly/activity coffee table for my family
Oops, here is the picture of the master bedroom with screen. Thanks!
Thanks so much! I have vintage wood screens like the one in the master bedroom below. You can reach Toad Hall at .... I hope this helps!
The kids' chairs and coffee table are antiques that were not purchased
purchased together. You could try a similar combination with a vintage or new table. The kids chairs are likely old school chairs.
Like the idea of having kiddie chairs that pull up to the coffee table
this room is kind of dull but was trying to find some ideas for kids' table and chairs.
“i like the wall hanging for over the television.” — momo411
Soorikian Architecture
6 Reviews
Kid's Basement Space - Reading Nook
Ideabooks35,424
Questions4
Kid's Basement Space - Reading Nook
Another idea for built in daybed with storage
Create a kids reading nook in Mila's bedroom with storage, shelving and a bench
Love using kids' artwork in the home
I love the reading cupboard idea.
the basement; somewhere else to relax besides bedroom
bookcases each end - storage under - great for small bedroom
Cute idea for reading nook in built in closet
not colors but nook idea for luisa
feeling nervous about brightly painted wall treatments, have your kids create colorful art on large canvases, then hang the works in their room. You'll get the color they crave without the commitment.
Using children's artwork in your home is not only affirming for the child, but it creates a history
“Playroom - turn closet into reading nook like this” — jenniferm150
Resort Custom Homes
3 Reviews
The Hennek Residence
Ideabooks200K
Questions42
I what to decorate my children bed rooms
where did you getnthe idea of this
Love the bunk beds.....had my contractor make some that was similar .....the kids love their beds...it's fun to sleep in...thanks for the idea..".we appreciate those great ideas..".
it,s very amazing how much it is i want to buy for my room . yes i am a kid on 10 years old
Thanks, for the comments. The beds are lots of fun for the kids, the storage at the bottom is great....the room is standard size, but allows a lot of area for playing.....
imagine you could do this and use two double beds as opposed to singles. It may feel like a cave for the person on the bottom though. I love love this idea!!
Kids bedroom built in bunk beds
“Bunks in very tight area” — asianmama4
Sarah Natsumi Moore
10 Reviews
Eco Artist's House
Ideabooks1,125
Questions0
picnic table for kids with shade cover
Kids love rocks to play with.
Echt leuke plek voor de kids
you are throwing is kid centered or not, if kids will be present, it’s better for everyone if they are kept happily occupied. A few simple, creative touches can make all the difference. Try one of these: ◦Cover the tables with kraft paper and set out markers and stickers to decorate the “tablecloths.”
stickers to decorate the “tablecloths.” •Set out buckets of sidewalk chalk for drawing on the patio floor. •For younger kids, try a sensory experience like a water table, Play-Doh table or sandbox. •Put out bubble machines and turn on fun music for an instant dance party. •Let older kids document the
“Swing” — rock_shahi
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