Dreaming Kids Bedroom Ideas

Author: Sarah Shevy   Date Posted:23 August 2018 

Dreaming up kid’s bedroom ideas for your child should be enjoyable. Planning and sourcing the best kid’s bedroom furniture and décor can take time, but shopping with Inside Outside Furnishing & Lifestyle brings enjoyment into the process.

Kids’ rooms can be a colourful space to encourage imagination as well as a bedroom that will help your child wind down after a day of learning and play. 

Dreaming up kid’s bedroom ideas for your child should be enjoyable.  Planning and sourcing the best kid’s bedroom furniture and décor can take time, but shopping with Inside Outside Furnishing & Lifestyle brings enjoyment into the process.  Get an assortment of kids’ bedroom ideas from Pinterest or Instagram and search out the ideal pieces from our online furniture store.

Think about the personality of your child, what colours do they like?  What are their favourite toys?  You can incorporate kid’s bedroom décor to match their passions. 

Kids Bedroom Furniture

When it is time to graduate from a baby nursery to a toddler bed or to a single bed (think ‘big kids’ bed’), we can help you with a range of kid’s bed frames.  A simple white timber bed frame is a popular choice, as is a black metal bed frame for children as they grow up and their tastes change.  You may choose to use a single bed frame, but if you are thinking ahead and have the room, double bed frames are rising in popularity for kids.  When choosing a kid’s bed frame, remember to find a bedside table that will coordinate with the style.  Something to store treasures, books and a bedside lamp.

Occasional furniture should be considered too.  A comfy arm chair or sofa if there is room, kids’ recliners are popular for younger kids while our bean bags work great for all ages.  Fill the bean bag with beans or if there is an over abundance of soft toys – they are a great place to store inside and serve a dual purpose.

Kids Bedroom Storage

You will need to find a great storage solution for kids toys and clothing.  Does a traditional toy box work, or would toy storage compartments be a better option?  Perhaps kids’ bookshelves or plain white shelves would be the perfect storage solution for your kids’ room.  They can easily store books and put special toys on display. 

Cube storage systems are popular for kids’ toy storage as well as for clothes as are the traditional chest of drawers when it comes to bedroom furniture.  Add a mirror to the top of the lowboy or chest of drawers and it can also be used as a dressing table.  Of course, you can also use a simple white dressing table to store clothing and treasures.

Kids Wall Art

A statement piece of wall art is a great idea, you could select something from our range, or why not get your child to be the artist.  Mount your child’s works of art in plain picture frames or frame special family photo memories. 

Kids Bedding

Selecting the right bedding is also a great opportunity to stick with your theme.  Whites and neutrals will suit so many styles, and there is also a full spectrum of block colours and themed designs.  Choose colours and prints that mix and match to complement or contrast with soft furnishings in the bedroom.

Afterpay Furniture for Kids

Make the bedroom update affordable when you Afterpay furniture for kids.  You can bring your kids bedroom ideas to life on a budget using our buy now pay later Australia options.  Rather than a significant investment in one hit, Afterpay and zipPay allow you to pay kids’ furniture and kids bedroom décor off as you stay within your means.

Whatever theme you choose, Inside Outside Furnishing & Lifestyle has kids’ furniture, bedding and even toys to complement your kid’s décor style. Browse our range online and save with our affordable prices, reasonable payment plans, free delivery and ongoing customer support.

What are your favourite trends for kid’s bedroom décor?  What kid’s bedroom ideas do you love?  We would love to hear from you.

 

 


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