Styling your child’s bedroom is a great opportunity for design possibilities! Just like adults, children require a functional space when it comes to their bedroom, with good storage high on the priorities list. But there’s no need to scrimp on style, given the range of excellent options out there.
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Check out these stylish children’s wardrobe ideas for your tiny tots.
Going for soothing, natural colors in your child’s bedroom is a good idea to create an environment that’s calming. The baby blue linen closet here is a re-purposed linen closet, that looks perfect in this space. Go for the konmari method for folding clothes, and you’ll have the perfect instant access to each outfit.
Don’t Lose Your Marbles
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Post Christmas toy storage is no joke you guys! I’ve spent a few nap times purging toys for donation, organizing the boys stuff and making space for their new ones. Excuse me while I enjoy this progress because if I had to place bets I’d say the next toy explosion 💥 should be going off in 3,2,1 😖 . I always get a lot of questions about our toy storage - I love a good IKEA hack as much as the next person - I mean is there even a better place to get storage for kids? Here we used ✌🏻IKEA Trofast units (you can customize your bin combo’s) and ☝🏻 Hemmahos bench pad to make a little reading nooky nook! . #storagesolutions #storage #toystorage #organization #playroom #playroomdecor #toyroom #ikea #ikeahack #trofast #diy #kidsroom #kidsroomdecor #boysroom #ministylekids #twinning #bros #tattrdthreads #mymonochromehome #monochromekids #ikeahackers #kidsdesign #roominspo #calledtobecreative #styledbyme
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Whitney uses a set of drawers from IKEA to create the toy storage solution that works well for her. Updated with a bit of marble-like deco paper, a few cushions, and setting the scene with her two adorable boys. This could be a great solution for reading space, and finding a place for all those shoes!
In this bedroom, the decor revolves around the Montessori school of thought. Making furniture child-sized and within reach makes it easy for them to conduct tasks for themselves, allowing them to learn and grow independent in a real world setting. This wardrobe offers space for hanging clothes, and a set of wicker baskets for stashing things away neatly.
The dusty rose of these interiors give a grown up feel to the children’s playroom. Drawers are given earthy neutral tones, and plenty of rattan and wicker items furnish the space. Even children’s bedrooms can look a bit hygge if your heart desires it!
Oodles of Personality
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This room is the 1 last update 2020/07/13 full of her personality 👌🏼 @annestiil photographer @krxxt_tarkmeel is visiting us today ☺️ #kidsroomdecor #interiordesign #homedecor #sisustus This room is full of her personality 👌🏼 @annestiil photographer @krxxt_tarkmeel is visiting us today ☺️ #kidsroomdecor #interiordesign #homedecor #sisustus
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For this child’s bedroom, there are no sickly saccharine princess castles. A tall wardrobe packs most items away, and a handy lower down rail keeps clothes at child height.
Also, not a wardrobe but check out that retractable bed! Cool idea for saving space for playtime.
Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Sleek doors with space for hanging shirts, folding shorts, and stashing toys. There are lower knobs for little ones, and some higher up so you don’t strain yourself bending down every time you’re looking for a pair of socks.
It’s Behind You
Maybe all you need is a small nook in the room. This hanging rail and shelving space the 1 last update 2020/07/13 in a family home is similar to other storage options found around the apartment. It’s straightforward but paired nicely with the right basket options. Find a matching hamper and your stylish room is complete.Maybe all you need is a small nook in the room. This hanging rail and shelving space in a family home is similar to other storage options found around the apartment. It’s straightforward but paired nicely with the right basket options. Find a matching hamper and your stylish room is complete.
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Woohoo 🙌🏻it's Friday! I finally have time to organize my nursery room closet 🤗! I know - it's taking forever! And it's just a closet! I am not talking about the whole nursery room 😂 I still have tons of projects I need to get done on my list! 🤦🏻♀️what projects are you working on / planning to work on currently? . Enjoy your Friday friends and may it be blessed! 💗 . . Sharing for #myhandcrafteddecor #mycozystyle #myseasonedhome ------------------------------------------------- #nurseryroom #nurseryinspo #nurserydecor #closetgoals #kidsroomdecor #bhghome #kidsbedroom #closetorganization #bedroominspo #charminghomes #modernrustic #baskets #organizer #babyroomdecor #babycloset #homeorganization #homefabulous #kidsroom #mycountryhome #decorforkids #ltkhome #skiphop #kids_interior1 #mykiddecor
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While many of the storage options in this article feature wardrobe ideas for little ones to choose their own clothes (and hopefully… tidy them away), we couldn’t help but include this nursery room closet. Thrift find baskets make it that much easier to put laundry away for this happy mama.
When you are looking to create a stylish children’s bedroom, many of the inspiration designs will show you simple colors and plenty of space for storage. But don’t forget that many of these minimalist looks are usually down to a good decluttering session once and a while!
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