5 Trends in Kid Bedroom Décor

Kids’ bedroom décor has evolved greatly over the past few years. Gone are the days where bedrooms consisted of loud, mismatched colors, oak colored furniture, and stuffed animal infestations. Today, Kid room décor are more sophisticated and purposeful. 

 

 

1) Floral

The floral trend is going strong. Floral décor used in kids’ bedrooms brings in a bright and cheery touch, which looks absolutely beautiful. There are various types of floral décor. Paper floral décor are just gorgeous! The paper flower business has boomed tremendously over the past couple of years. They are customizable and come in different variations, colors and styles.  Many paper flower artists can be found on Instagram and most also have Etsy shops.

Credit to  @nanlindy

Credit to @nanlindy

 

 

Floral wall decals are another type of floral décor. They also come in various sizes, colors and styles. Wall decals are not permanent and can be added, moved or removed with ease! This is a great way to add texture and variety to a space without being committed long term.  

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Wall murals are used as a dramatic way to bring floral themes into a space.  There are some beautiful variations available. Bold and larger floral prints are currently trending. Wall murals are more of a commitment, but some companies offer temporary options. 

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2) Wallpaper 

Wallpaper has gained popularity again. It is a great way to add character, texture and interest to a space. Wallpaper prints have become softer and larger in scale.

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Wallpaper is now more commonly used on a focal wall and serves as inspiration for the entire room design.  

 

3) Neutral colors 

 

Neutral colors are not only popular in common areas of the home, but in kid spaces as well! Neutral colors are great for kids’ bedrooms because as children grow, their tastes and styles change with them. With neutral colors, a room design can be easily transformed. All you need is to switch out accents and accessories, and you have a whole new room design!

Credit to  @gracefullgrit

Credit to @gracefullgrit

4) Personalized Wall Décor 

Personalized wall décor is all the rage these days.  They come in different variations and add a personal touch to a kid’s room. There are so many cute personalized wall décor options available. This is an example of custom art on wood. This adds character and a personalized touch to the space. There are many wood sign makers that can be found on Instagram and Etsy. 

Credit to  @rblasingame

Credit to @rblasingame

Here is an example of a beautiful custom laser cut wall sign. This adds elegance and makes a beautiful focal point of the space. 

5 ) Themed bedrooms 

Themed bedrooms are very much on trend and the designs have gotten much more elaborate over the years. Themed rooms are fun because this allows you to get super creative, and allows the child to have their ultimate dream space tailored to what they are passionate about! 

 

The 3D effect blocks painted by  @anita_roll  are so creative!

The 3D effect blocks painted by @anita_roll are so creative!

Soccer themed Bedroom


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Dania Farhat
Decor For Kids


FRENCH PRINCESS GIRL’S BEDROOM

Bonjour and Welcome to Meikasa

My Daughter’s Kara-Love charming personality inspired me to create a room that’s dainty and glamorous. Every little girl deserves a bed fit for a princess. Immediately after finding this bed at RoomsToGo I knew it was the perfect statement piece for her room. The original color of the bed wasn’t exactly what I envisioned but I didn’t let that stop me. I easily refinished the frame in a metallic gold which made this bed even more dreamy.

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My love for vintage French Provincial furniture runs deep so I knew I wanted to incorporate classic French pieces to her room. I started with this darling dresser that I was lucky to find at our local Goodwill store and I painted it ‘Coral Gables’ by Benjamin Moore. Along with that the baroque frame that was in impeccable shape that I transformed into a bow holder.

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To complete the overall majestic feel in this space I chose a grand chandelier that was also a lucky thrifted item and refinished in metallic gold.

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Peony Wall Decals : Rocky Mountains decals

Curtains : Tuesday Morning

Pillows and Bedding : Target

Ottomans : Homegoods

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This seating area was designed with tea parties in mind! I incorporated this French linen

painted side table paired with ottomans and this is where my little girls dreams come true.

 

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To make this space even more magical , I added a blush Christmas tree and all the trimmings for

the holiday season. She loves decorating the tree with her favorite ornaments and twinkle

lights.

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Karina Meikle
@atmeikasa 


Pretty Peonies Girl's Bedroom

Welcome to peony heaven!

I went with an unconventional colour for my third daughters bedroom. It's called Misty by Sherwin Williams. It's a soft blue/grey yet it still exudes a feminine feel. 

The focal wall was missing something and these lovely, delicate peony wall decals from Rocky Mountain Decals were the perfect touch! I love the fact that they're removable & reusable!

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The headboard was another lucky Homesense find. I loved the shape and the tufting.  The butterfly duvet cover is fresh yet whimsical.  All the pillows are from Homesense except the silver bow – its from Hobby Lobby.

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This room is not as big so using a mirrored nightstand gives the illusion of a grand space.

Nightstand/lamp/swan/floowers: Homesense

Knot pillows/rope: Juju & Jake

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I thought it was important to bring the element of fairytales into their closets/dressing rooms. I used pink sparkly knobs to dress up the drawers and I added shelves to display their shoes/skirts/pictures.

 

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Josie Krysiak
@terra_cotta_decor