Child/Kid Bedroom Design

While designing a bedroom for children it is very much important to remember that children are dependent on parents for almost their every need. The basic of a room for children is that it should become a place to have fun and at the same time a learning tool.

Aspects of designing a child bedroom

Consider the location of room in a home. Ideally speaking, this space should be close to a master bedroom. Children have a unique quality in them, and that’s curiosity and this should reflect in the child bedroom design.


As said earlier, a space with enough to explore is the key to success with this kind of space. That’s why this can be attained using cleverly designed furniture. A furniture which creates lot of niche spaces to explore or keep things is best suited for such spaces.

The type of furniture includes bunk beds, writing tables, beds with lot of storage spaces above or below can be designed. Some pieces of furniture can be movable types which can also be used as a toy.

Furniture in the shape of cartoon characters is a great way to do this.

Color schemes

Use of basic colors is best suited for this type of space. Since the human mind at this age is under development, use of complex shades may not be a suitable idea. A cleverly worked out flooring pattern can serve a great way to stimulate the adventurous energy in a child.

Plain colored walls with washable internal paint is a good suggestion. Since children have a lot of energy in them are prone to writing on walls. This is a typical way of expression while playing with other fellow friends.

A good way to design a child bedroom

A unique concept can be used to decorate a child bedroom. The walls of the room can be painted with a story. the walls of the room can be painted with various natural elements such as a house, trees, river, pond, sky, mountains, clouds, animals, etc. All these elements are learning tools. The use of objects and natural elements in pictorial form helps the child to learn what’s happening in the real world.

Also, the proportions of the room create a kind of security and a personal feeling. The volume of the room also represents the user’s age group.