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What did your kid’s room look like? The answer can be tricky!
Kid’s taste keeps changing as they grow, and you need décor ideas that can accommodate their evolving interests.
On top of that, you need a lot of creativity and brainstorming to make the room an undeniably cool and cute space.
To save you time and effort, we have come up with some great décor ideas for kid’s rooms. Whether it’s a girl or boy, whether your kid is an urban child or someone interested in old-world charm, these ideas will work!

Let’s have a look:

Lovely Walls

Ideally, choose neutral shades to paint the walls of your kid’s room. Neutral shades serve as a blank canvas for decorative objects and wall arts. It also works well with the rapidly changing taste and interests of your growing kid. If you want to add pops of colors and patterns to your walls, you can do that with décor accents.
Wall art is a great way to add interest to otherwise empty walls. Choose something that matches the interest of your kid. For instance, if s/he is interested in wildlife, you can get an Animal World Map canvas print.

Animal World Map wall art

Chic Storage

Storage is the key to an uncluttered and well-organized kid’s room. Incorporate easily accessible and stylish storage in the room. Kids need storage for their books, clothes, toys, etc. Look out for soft pieces that won’t hurt your little one and safe to them. Choose something inspired by the kid’s interest and taste.
Whatever storage ideas you choose, it is good to go for a perfect mix of form, functionality, and fun.

Invest in Cute Furniture 

Be careful with the material of the furniture you choose. In the room of kids, you should choose natural wood, plywood or MDF. Check the thickness of the material, that should be about 15mm. Choose furniture painted in eye-catching colors. You can accentuate the overall look by decorating the furniture with some DIY ideas. Choose cute-looking furniture for the room. If it is a one-time investment, go for something that meets the changing needs of your growing children.

Cotton Candy Rainbow Multi Panel Canvas Wall Art

Focus on play

Create a room that your little one would love to stay in. For the purpose, try to bring in playful things. Having an indoor swing, a house-frame bed, and more can help create Instagram-worthy kids’ room without breaking your bank.
You can get a chalkboard wall or create an art gallery to display your baby’s favorite creations. A ceiling-suspended cargo net, a built-in rock climbing and bunk bed slides are great ideas for those with a more-than-average budget.

Add Magic with Lighting

Kids see things differently when compared to adults. Infusing magic and imagination into things pleases them. So get their room decorated with fairy lights or glow-in-the-dark ceiling starts to add a little fun and adventure to their space.
You can also add adorable star motifs, brightly colored circus flags, etc. to get lots of smiles and happiness in exchange.

Wrapping Up

So try out these décor ideas for kid’s room to make them stay indoor for longer. Let us know if you have more ideas in mind to make kids love their room.



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