When creating a children’s room, you want to be creative, so that the child can rest, learn and play in a comfortable atmosphere!
In any case, it is advisable to bring in a team of experts. The designers plan the family needs accordingly and always provide plenty of storage space. The establishment of robust and beautiful furniture that can withstand any child’s play is self-evident.
Today’s selection of well thought-out children’s room furnishings enchants with a stylish yet functional design. Every child would want a room like this, we as adults are equally fascinated by it! Look at the pictures and see for yourself!
From this roof space a modern nursery was created. The plain, white cabinet fronts are made to measure for sloping ceilings. Everywhere we see white, except for the two cabinets that stand out for their bold colors. Is not that the perfect background for putting down the beloved stuffed animals?
The colorful Vichy patterned bed curtain is a creation of Room to Bloom. A built-in bed is the perfect solution for this long, narrow room. Stowage facilities for the toys can be found in the many drawers under the bed. Scandinavian-inspired color choice makes the room look more generous.
This room design is a real showstopper, do not you think? Pale colors and a pointed white-red-striped tent roof! With the fur rug, the classic dresser and the Rabbit silhouettes the nursery appears effective and eclectic.
This room has something that is probably a child’s dream – namely a slide! The design was designed by Ensoul Interior Architecture and will provide plenty of storage space for numerous toys and books. The stairs lead to the platform, which is embellished with abstract patterns. The skylight lets bright daylight come in the room!
The favorite of our editorial staff is this fairy-tale institution. The room design by Wickenden Hutley includes a great, soft color palette of white and cream. Elegant ornaments such as the crystal chandelier have been combined with classic children’s toys such as the dollhouse and the cart. The cute children’s chairs by Lou Lou Ghost are a small station for children’s creativity.
Bridget Reading has brought this clever design together. For boys or girls, what do you mean? The sleek four-poster bed was spiced up with golden paper stars. Little musicians would feel most comfortable here, because the makeshift stage in the corner of the room invites you to play funny hours.
In the practical ceiling-high wardrobes with subtle handles you can store clothes and toys, as well as rarely used items. The bunk bed is great for siblings or just for a pajama party.
We continue with a nursery completely in white. The large bunk bed with side ladder fills the small room. White is not always the spontaneous first choice of parents and interior designers, but it is easy to care for and can easily be painted over. The simplicity of the monochrome decor reminds us again of the Scandinavian style.