We love reading corners for kids rooms unfortunately you don’t always have the space! This one caught our eye as Its compact and serves the purpose! Love the READ sign!
Totally crushing on this arts and crafts section for a kids room! If you’ve got the space how great would a corner like this be to organise all your art supplies? This ones on our wish list!
Line the inside of a boring bookshelf with colour to give it that instant pop ideal for a kids bedroom! An open bookshelf is a great way to keep those books within children’s eyesight so they are encouraged to read!
Love this sharing bedroom if you’ve got three kids and one room! Great compact bunk bed with a pullout underneath!
Loving this colour scheme used for a reading corner and dresser for the kids room! The bright orange pop of colour combined with a monochrome rug and a turquoise mirror is unique and kitsch but seems to work somehow!
Putting old tyres to good use these have been painted a bright colour and you can add cushions for comfort! They’ve created these amazing chairs! Awesome!
Who say a nautical theme is for boys only? Checkout this girls nautical room with those awfully cute storage pails attached to the wall under the very rustic shelf suspended by ropes! Doesn’t it just make you want to sail away?
This kids room is soothing and simple yet looks so comfortable! We’re finding the bunting over the headboard and the wall paper quite interesting! Inspirational!
This weather sure calls for curling up with a good book! How great is this reading nook for a children’s room! If you’re gonna have clutter wouldn’t mind an abundance of books! Amazing!
Combining the right colours can help spruce up a room! There’s just something about navy and red teamed with stripes and checks that says “Boys Only”! Love this gender specific bedroom! So many great ideas in one space! Time to redecorate ?
Love the combination of turquoise and pink for a girls bedroom! White furniture accompanied with POP colours gives a fun, playful look to the room! Sweet!
Living in Mumbai a lot of the new buildings have low ceilings! This idea we came across is so brilliant. If you need a bunk bed and have low ceilings start the lower bunk as a mattress bed from the floor. This lowers the height of the top bunk and gives your child ample space!