33 Ideas To Decorate And Organize A Kid’s Room

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We continue sharing some advice on organizing a kids’ space, and today I’d like to get into kid room design and décor, not for the wee ones and not for the teenagers. If you have a toddler, you should create a beautiful space for him or her for sure to make your child feel happy and secure when he or she comes back to the room. How to do that?

Whatever style and decor you choose, a kid’s room should have a sleeping space, a study space, a play space and a smartly organized closet and storage. Let’s have a look at them more closely.

The Sleeping Zone

Go for maximum comfort and coziness here, make it your kid’s private nook where he or she will feel relaxed. The bed here plays the main part: it should be comfy and cute and of course it should highlight the room décor. It can be very creative: a house-shaped one, a truck or boat-shaped one. Add a canopy if it’s a little princess room, or your boy’s favorite posters on the wall and a playful lamp on the nightstand.

Pastel girl's sleeping area with a canopy over the bed

Pastel girl's sleeping area with a canopy over the bed

grey boy's sleeping area with a branch toy shelf over the bed

grey boy's sleeping area with a branch toy shelf over the bed

a sleeping zone for a girl and her favorite doll

a sleeping zone for a girl and her favorite doll

modern sleeping nook with a chalkboard wall for a creative kid

modern sleeping nook with a chalkboard wall for a creative kid

Scandinavian sleeping nook with a house-shaped frame and lights

Scandinavian sleeping nook with a house-shaped frame and lights

tree house cabin bed for a gender neutral nursery

tree house cabin bed for a gender neutral nursery

dreamy sleeping nook with art gallery wall over the bed

dreamy sleeping nook with art gallery wall over the bed

pastel girl's sleeping nook with toys and various wall decor

pastel girl's sleeping nook with toys and various wall decor

girl's sleeping nook by the window separated from the rest of the room

girl's sleeping nook by the window separated from the rest of the room

The Study And Creative Area

Kids love to create, draw, paint, make whatever they like! And they also need to study a bit, so a study space should be present. A desk with storage a comfy chair or bench are a great idea for any room, keep them in the same style as the whole room. another great idea is a long desktop attached to the wall: it’s very space-saving and is perfect for shared rooms. Besides, your kid can invite friends, and everybody will have enough space at the desk.

comfy wooden bed and open shelving with favorite toys above it

comfy wooden bed and open shelving with favorite toys above it

long desk top for studying and creating

long desk top for studying and creating

a bunker used as a shared kids' study space

a bunker used as a shared kids' study space

colorful study space with a chalkboard wall and open shelving

colorful study space with a chalkboard wall and open shelving

homework station with bookshelves and a wall storage unit

homework station with bookshelves and a wall storage unit

a desk and a bench with storage compartments that save a lot of space

a desk and a bench with storage compartments that save a lot of space

minimalist study space with colorful touches

minimalist study space with colorful touches

attic creative nook for a little girl

attic creative nook for a little girl

pastel creative space with an opne shelf and X leg desk

pastel creative space with an opne shelf and X leg desk

open shelves and a desk top along the whole wall

open shelves and a desk top along the whole wall

The Play Space

Playing is one of the most important things in the life of your child, so create a comfortable zone for him or her to play and invite little friends to play together. If you have enough space, you can make a separate playroom, if not, then include a playing nook into the room décor. The most popular items for a playing nook are a teepee, a desk or a chalkboard wall for drawing and creating, various toys, a play kitchen and so on, here everything depends on your child’s tastes and wishes.

girl's play area with a play kitchen and open shelving for toys

girl's play area with a play kitchen and open shelving for toys

bold play space with a teepee and floor seatings

bold play space with a teepee and floor seatings

white play space with a sheep rocker and toys

white play space with a sheep rocker and toys

floor play space with cushions and various toys

floor play space with cushions and various toys

play house in the room

play house in the room

play area with a teepee, a table for drawing and a shelving unit with cubbies

play area with a teepee, a table for drawing and a shelving unit with cubbies

colorful play space with a chalkboard wall, a teepee and a desk

colorful play space with a chalkboard wall, a teepee and a desk

play space with a bench and desk in one under the sleeping area

play space with a bench and desk in one under the sleeping area

little play nook with a teepee and favorite toys

little play nook with a teepee and favorite toys

Organizing A Kid’s Closet

After decorating all the previous space, only one question is left: where will your child store all the clothes and shoes? If you have enough space, make an in-wall closet or a built-in one, add shelving, hangers, hooks and holders. If not, there’s a trendy solution – a makeshift closet, with which the clothes and shoes become a part of the décor. Don’t forget to place a sideboard for smaller things.

bookshelves and a clothes holder below

bookshelves and a clothes holder below

industrial makeshift closet for a boy

industrial makeshift closet for a boy

in-wall closet with holders and a sideboard for smaller things

in-wall closet with holders and a sideboard for smaller things

pastel sideboard with wooden bed handles for a little girl

pastel sideboard with wooden bed handles for a little girl

boy's closet with open shelving for balls above

boy's closet with open shelving for balls above

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