A beautiful bed canopy can instantly soften a room and add a touch of whimsy and fantasy (especially when teamed with little string lights).
We came across these beautiful examples on Pinterest. If you’d like to get even more ideas and inspiration, head over and view our Kids Bed Canopies Pinterest board… you’ll find some cute nursery ideas as well.
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Red is a fabulous, vibrant, unisex colour that is associated with energy, love and warmth.
Above are a few beautiful examples of the colour red being successfully put to work in kids rooms.
1. Apartment Therapy
4. McGee Life
5. The Boo & The Boy
A fabulous feature wall can really add the wow factor to a kids room. Whether it be a wall decal, a paint colour or effect, wallpaper or exposed timber, the overall look can be breathtaking!
Pictured above are a few great examples of wonderful walls from Pinterest and some of our favourite blogs. Get inspired!
3. Les Enfants du Design
5. Norske Interior Blogger
6. skona hem
9. La Factorie Plastica
12. The Boo and the Boy
13. Project Nursery
We love this colour combination! It’s fresh, modern, unisex and stylish and is just perfect for nurseries (particularly if you don’t know whether bub is a boy or a girl). It’s also ideal for shared rooms and rooms which are a little space challenged.
Above are a few decorating examples we found which use this combo well.
1. Noosh Loves
3. Project Nursery
5. Apartment Therapy
6. The Bumper Crop
9. Decor Pad
10. The Inspired Room
The inclusion of an indoor swing in kids rooms keeps popping up all over Pinterest and some of our favourite design blogs lately. Pictured above are a few examples we’ve come across.
What do you think of indoor swings? Would you have one?
1. From Scandinavia With Love
3. Coming Kids
4. Home Lovin’
5. Family Living
6. Mechant Design
7. LaLa Lovely
Parents and teenagers don’t always see eye to eye, especially when it comes to their rooms. Luckily you can find that middle ground.
Above are some great examples of teenage rooms that work for everyone.
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1. Acoustic Garden
2. Mark Tuckey
4. Chic Deco
7. House to Home
8. Apartment Therapy
9. Better Homes & Gardens
10. Better Homes & Gardens
11. The Handmade Home
12. Bambula blog
1. Here’s a fab idea for displaying the kids’ artwork which is easily updated when a new masterpiece comes along! The same setup can be achieved using the IKEA Dignitet Curtain rod set which only costs $14.99. Love it! Image source: Apartment Therapy.
2. A few space saving ideas for all that arts and crafts stuff. Image source: Better Homes & Gardens.
3. A great space saver which is ideal for storing away Winter clothes, blankets etc. Also ideal for stashing Christmas presents away from nosy little parkers! Image source: Haus Design.
4. More great ideas for storing the millions of towels, sheets and toilet paper (!) you need when you have kids. We love the idea of installing a towel rail on the inside of the door for easy access to towels (no more destruction of beautifully folded towel piles!). Image source: Pinterest
5. This is the Rakkiddo for kids. You’ll have no trouble getting them to put their shoes away… they’ll think it’s fun!
6. A clever little space for all that school stuff. Store school shoes, bags, homework, wet weather gear etc. Image source: iVillage.
7. A nifty idea for recycling old jam jars. Stick on a figurine of your choice and paint. Presto! Image source: House to Home.