If your thinking looking for great ideas for your kids bedroom this Summer, then you’re in the right place as we are uncovering how you can make your kids room appear more interesting for them we have found some innovative solutions that are fun, practical and quick to install!
When designing with kids in mind you can do so much with the wall space, especially when in a small room! We have explored a few different ways to make a kids bedroom functional, fun and quick to style!
Targwall Kids Featured Walls
1. Make it Artistic
Make your kids room fun and creative with illustrative designs that let their imagination run wild. These wall panels are made from PVC which means that they can be easily cleaned and kept hygienic from mucky fingers and crayons.
Targwall has a fantastic and fun range of PVC Wall panels which are so easy to install and can be mounted onto any flat surface wall or ceiling and has fun themes for you to choose. Two of our favourites is the Lili Large Bunny and the My city blue range. Check them out here
Ideal Homes – Brilliant boys’ bedroom design ideas for ever style
2. Small spaces, big colours
You may want to consider choosing a bright and colourful theme with fun prints or wall stickers to liven up the scheme and help start their day with a vibrant boost of energy. The colours reflect the light making the room feel less claustrophobic and a space they want to spend time in. Colours such as blues and oranges mixed with white are a popular colour combinations.
3. Getting Creative
If your child is a growing artist, or they just love to play with crayons, why not give them their own creative space by fixing a chalkboard to wall or using chalkboard paint. This offers hours of fun for the kids as they scribble away to their hearts content. You even catch yourself sneaking in to get involved!
Coriverbasin.org – Boys Room Pops Color Pattern Bright Colors Layered Patterns
4. Bunk up
If you’ve got high ceilings and a smaller areas space then bunking up is a great idea. Whether it’s a shared room or not there are bunk beds that suit all. For the older child you may want a safe and clean environment to do homework, so the bed doubles as a creative or home work station.
For those a little younger, why not spark their imagination with an secret dens and a place to replace and play. Utilising the space for other things such as storage.
Heather & Young UK – Climbing Wall
5. Getting active
We absolutely love the idea design by Heather Young UK.
If your little one is a bit of an adventurer but isn’t quite ready to conquer that of the Huntman’s leap, this is a good starting point to keep them entertained and use up some of that excess energy, whilst learning and gaining new skills in their own home.