The kids' room is a place where the little ones spend a significant part of their lives. It’s not only a sleeping room but also a place to play, dance, learn, dream and grow up. That’s why the children surrounding should be considered one of the most important spaces in the house.
Whether you are expecting a baby delivery and preparing a nursery or simply want to surprise your child with a room redecoration - here are the interior design trends that everyone is excited about in 2019.
If you are a parent you most certainly understand the value of space. Kids toys usually find their place everywhere around the house. It would be wonderful if every house had enough space to host a dedicated playroom - but that is not always the case. Here is where corners come in handy. There are plenty of ways in which you can organize these often underestimated parts of the room. Play corners have been around in recent years - and we will still be seeing more of them in 2019!
Children love bright colors and interesting characters! Boldly colored wallpapers are a perfect solution to differentiate a kids room from the rest of the house. A lively wallpaper would stimulate the child senses and help with recognizing different colors as they grow and learn.
Pro tip: Choose a wallpaper that is pens and crayons resistant and could be easily cleaned.
If you ask 100 parents what is the biggest challenge of parenting - most of them will likely answer “dealing with toys”. Fortunately, the interior design industry came up with a trend that makes keeping the kids' room tidy and neat so easy! Stylish storage baskets and boxes are now a part of the interiors and assist you with decluttering the child space. Putting everything back in the boxes and positioning it at its dedicated place only takes seconds.
Bright, clean and elegant - the Scandinavian home trend has been around for years and doesn’t seem to leave us any time soon. When people think of it, their mind usually creates imagery of white walls and minimalistic decoration. However, white is not the only color in the Nordic color scheme. From navy blue to beige, a color accent in the kids' room is a must - even if that’s not the case in the rest of the house.
Floor beds are Montessori-inspired and based on the theory that everything that a child needs should be at their level. If you are not familiar with the Montessori method, the idea of placing a mattress on the floor might seem a bit weird to you. However, they are perfect for little ones moving from crib to toddler bed.
Looking for inspiration?
Decorating a wonderful room for the little people in your life could be hard but is also a lot of fun! Visit our inspiration page to get more kids room ideas.