My Five Favorite Kids Bedroom Decorating Ideas

I’m so excited to do something a little different today. After 10 years of blogging, it’s fun to shake things up every now and then! Today I’m guest hosting My Five Favorites – a series hosted by Jennifer from Dimples & Tangles, Kris from Driven by Decor, Lisa from Shine Your Light, and Pam from Simple Details to share My Five Favorite decorating ideas for a kids bedroom.

pretty and playful bunk bed room ideas

Let’s hope this motivates me to finish Isla’s big girl room – I have a few visions of wallpaper and lighting, but can’t seem to move forward on anything. 

kids bedroom decorating ideas

Decorating a kids bedroom is fun because you can infuse their personality while staying true to your design style. We tend to blend function and decor in our home to maximize space and minimize clutter. Now onto my five favorites!

ONE

Meaningful art. I like to add a piece or two of art in each room that has some significance. Adalyn and Ani have pin boards to hang their artwork and hang things they love. We frequently find Adalyn reworking hers – I love that she takes pride in it and uses it to express herself and personalize her room. We also have pieces like custom word art or a snippet of a map of the lake in the lake cottage kids bedroom

decorating ideas for a kids bedroom

How to decorate a bunk bed room

Pretty white furniture paint color

TWO

Blend old and new. Blending old and new gives a kids bedroom another layer of interest. For each of the girls’ bedrooms we purchase pieces on Craigslist and painted them in Pottery Barn Kids subtle off white. I tend to love older designs {which so many new are based off of} and furniture constructed of solid wood. Kids are so hard on furniture and I want their bedrooms to be as stress free as possible. This keeps me from panicking when that permanent marker somehow manages to find it’s way to one of their rooms! I also love a beautiful chandelier in a kids bedroom. It elevates the space, don’t you think? This particular chandelier was an estate sale find in the neighborhood. Our home likely had the same or similar originally so I’d like to think we’re restoring the house to it’s original integrity.

kids bedroom ideas

making a bedroom closet as pretty as the room

THREE

A teepee. I love functional decor and there’s nothing more magical than having a teepee to play in – especially when it’s in the corner of your bedroom. The girls use it as their reading nook. It’s easy to make with a painter’s drop cloth – learn how here.

how to make a teepee

1 hour easy no sew teepee tutorial. Get the easy DIY details of this wigwam play tent that's a fun addition for a bedroom or playroom!

FOUR

Blackout Curtains. I’m not sure which changed my life more – blackout curtains or learning how to properly hang ready made curtains! We discovered them when Adalyn was just a year old and my what a difference they make! Blackout curtains help the girls get their rest and happy babes make for a happy mama!

how to hang curtains to pleat pretty

white nursery | girls bedroom design

FIVE

An organized closet! Adalyn likes to be organized, she clearly inherited our Type A personalities. Chris lowered her closet system and painted it white. We filled it with baskets to organize her craft supplies, books, American Girl Doll wardrobe and more. 

kids closet organization and storage

beautiful bedroom closet | pink girls bedroom

I hope you enjoyed my five favorite kids bedroom ideas! Don’t forget to visit:

Jennifer from Dimples & Tangles

Kris from Driven by Decor

Lisa from Shine Your Light

and Pam from Simple Details 

to see their favorite kids bedroom decorating ideas!

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