11 Children’s bedroom design ideas

Planning a redesign for your child's bedroom, but don't know where to start? This gallery of Real Homes' greatest children's bedrooms is sure to provide some inspiration

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For lovers of home and interior design, creating a bedroom that reflects the style of the rest of the home, but simultaneously expresses your child’s individuality and interests can be a difficult balance to strike. Whilst it’s important that the interests and needs of your child primarily inspire the space, getting inspiration from other bedrooms is always helpful.

We’ve pulled together a collection of kid’s bedrooms that showcase the best use of vibrant colours, prints and patterns, as well as quirky features that will instantly transform an ordinary bedroom into a fun, child orientated space.


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1. A teepee for twins

A stylish monochrome scheme has been used throughout this home and the twins’ bedroom is no different. Mother Anjali spotted the teepee and playmat from Wildfire TeePees on instagram, and then found the wall stickers on Etsy to tie the look together.

teepee in a bedroom for twins


children bedroom with bright prints and patterns

childrens bedroom with tent feature

pink and white pinstriped bedroom for children

5. A little imagination

The graphic mountain design found in the corner of this room is another great way to add a pop of colour and quirkiness to a child’s bedroom. Small design features, such as this, prove just how easy it is to transform a space, all that’s required is a little imagination.

children bedroom with geometric shapes painted on wall

children bedroom with map feature wall

children bedroom with bunkbeds and matching bedding

children bedroom with bright pink feature wall

blue children bedroom with nightlight and book shelves

older childs bedroom with graphic prints

bright green children bedroom