We’ve rounded up a collection of beautiful bedrooms for kids, ranging from the perfectly neutral to the dramatically colourful. Which is your favourite?
A duvet cover from Gather Kids keeps things neutral while adding texture through the gathered detail. It looks beautiful in a tonally neutral room, as here, but could equally act as a backdrop for bright accents.
Image – Chris Warnes.
We love this little girl’s bedroom in the home of Alice Flynn of Penny Farthing Design House, which we spotted on Design Sponge. Alice created the wool-wrapped branch hanging herself and the delicately coloured flamingo print adds just enough colour for prettiness.
Moving one step further up the colour ladder, the timeless block-printed pattern of this Haveli baby bedlinen adds a fresh feel to an otherwise neutral room. Blue and white is always a hard combination to beat.
Along the same lines, these Klippan blankets in sweet dots and checks are lovely on a painted white daybed.
Image – Tom Ferguson Photography
Interior designers Arent & Pyke took a playful approach with this bedroom for a 6 year old, using a Christopher Farr fabric for the chair and incorporating a bright red Jielde lamp and Rachel Castle artwork. See the rest of the room on their In / Out Design Blog.
Remember our peek into the home of Bruce Slorach & Sophie Tatlow of Utopia Goods? They described their son Henri’s room as a kaleidoscope of colour, with bright textiles, furniture and artwork mixed together on a neatral backdrop. See the rest of their home here.
Image – Nik Epifanidis
Finally, interior designer Chelsea Hing went all out for her baby Louis, abandoning conventional ideas about neutral walls and using a deep grey, then adding colour, shape and texture in a gallery wall, printed curtains and a knitted blanket. See the rest of her home on The Design Files.