Kids’ rooms are fun to design because you get to stretch your imagination, and really run with a theme. If you’re thinking about decorating your child’s room, check out these fantastic theme designs. Use these as inspiration to come up with your own example of the coolest kids rooms!
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
This bedroom is an underwater oasis. The walls are painted a deep blue and have vinyl shark and fish appliqués to add to the ocean feeling. The star of this room is definitely the floating boat bed and the rope bridge. This room is truly one-of-a-kind.
This stunning kid’s room from PBDW Architects uses bold complimentary colors against a stark white backdrop. While the design is crisp and neat, it also has a fair amount of whimsy that would make it appealing to kids. The brightly printed pillows and the zebra rug add definite flair and texture to the room. One of the more interesting pieces is the antler chandelier that gives the room a special touch.
A unique four-poster bed is the star of this room. The posters are carved into statuesque trees that undoubtedly cast the most wonderful shadows across the room. The delicate tree print on the bedspread flows gracefully onto the walls, surrounding the room with feeling of springtime. This room is not only fun, but very beautiful and would be appropriate for both children and young adults.
This room definitely brings the backyard inside, qualifying it for one of the coolest kids rooms we’ve seen! The deconstructed shed bunk bed and the mushroom seating give this room a distinctly outdoor feel. The mossy green rug and tiny sapling statues continue the garden feeling while the indoor garden swing and the sailboat mobile add to the room’s playful spirit. It’s the perfect place to play on cold winter days.
The adorable toadstool mushroom seating looks like it would be perfect for storytime.
A bold wall mural sets the tone for this safari room. Bright orange like the hot African sun, this wall gives a shock of color to an otherwise neutral room. Savannah creatures adorn the walls in patterned silhouettes. Details like the African printed rug and chair make the room feel more authentic. The hanging plane gives the room a childish charm.
If you’re really into African or safari themes for your kids, check out this amazing giraffe high chair!
This room was designed for a small child with a love of fairies. The skillfully crafted bed is made to resemble a hollow tree, while the guard rails and extra storage around the sides make it both adorable and practical. A soft pink canopy and lovely hanging flower lamps give this room a very fairytale-like atmosphere.
If your child is an avid Tinkerbelle fan, this would be perfect for them!
Tree House Hideout
When you’re a kid, nothing is more exciting than your first tree house. What fun it would be to sleep in a tree house every day! This room’s cleverly crafted bed looks as if it is tucked away in a giant tree. The fun, cartoon-like paint work on the walls and ceiling set the scene for this backyard adventure room.
This might be more appropriate for older kids, since climbing down to go to the bathroom overnight could be a little difficult.
Escape into the depths of the jungle in this cool kid’s room. A large mural with colorful plants and animals is the ideal backdrop for a lofty jungle bed. This kid climbs through the tangles of leaves and vines into the canopy each night to snooze with the leopards.
Just make sure to pick up all those playful balls before it gets dark!
Hello Kitty Princess
Pink all around! Delicate touches like the satiny canopy and the pink rose rug make this room perfect for a princess. The floral curtains and framed Hello Kitty art pulls this room together.
However, the Hello Kitty headboard is absolutely the statement piece in this room. It features her signature bow and rests just behind the colorful throw pillows.
Bold and Modern
This sleek, modern room is stylish enough for kids of all ages. The bold blue on orange color scheme gives the room a playful appearance without looking too young. The built-in features provide a ton of extra storage to keep toys and clothes out of sight. Backlit blue disks give the room a cool futuristic feeling.
There you have it! Our take on the coolest kids rooms you’ll ever find. Parents can be so creative when it comes to styling their child’s bedrooms, though of course some of these were done by professionals. Feel free to get creative and use your talents when creating a bedroom or nursery for your own children. Just remember that that most important thing is their comfort and safety, so make sure you pay attention to that more than getting Instagram-worthy photos.