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12 Creative Themes for Your Child’s Bedroom

Step things up a notch and give your kids a truly stimulating space

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We all want the best for our kids. This involves not just caring for them and giving them everything they need, but also ensuring that they are provided with a living space that will not only keep them safe but also help them exercise their creativity. If you’re looking for ideas on how to bring your child’s room to life, take a look at some themes you can go for below:

Animals

Let your little one’s love for animals reflect in their bedroom. From quirky printed sheets to stuffed animals and cute decorative pieces, your child’s bedroom will be the best place for them to really imagine and grow their love for the outdoors.

Safari

You won’t have to take your kid to rainforests to see the wild—recreate the great outdoors in their very own bedroom, with the help of a painted mural, nature-inspired elements, and some stuffed animals.

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RL Tip: If painting a mural isn't part of your budget, you can create something similar by working with wallpaper. Follow Studio Eleven for options.

Superheroes

Is your child a big fan of superheroes? Fill their room with pieces inspired by those heroes—bed sheets, action figures, posters—and your child might just be encouraged to become their own real-life hero!

Find must-haves at SM Home.

Animated characters

What better way to inject youthfulness into a space than by taking inspiration from animated characters? Whatever your son or daughter’s favorite animation may be, let these characters help you be as creative as you can be in creating your child’s very own space.

Find similar pieces at Mandaue Foam.

Space

Kids often become fascinated by space. If your child is a fan of this, deck out their room with elements that are reminiscent of the cosmos—stars, moons, planets, spaceships, satellites, and comets, to name a few. Your child will truly be inspired to reach for the stars!

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Pirates

Another creative and popular idea for children’s bedrooms is pirates. Get your little pirate a bed inspired by majestic ships and decorate the rest of the room with anchors, buntings, skulls, and other adventurous pieces.

Find similar pieces at West Elm.

Fairytale

Maybe your child is enchanted by rosy fairy tales and happy endings. Let them come home to a truly enchanting space filled with romantic décor, breezy fabrics, and even a bed that looks like the iconic carriage.

Camping

For the kid who’s got an adventurous spirit, a camping-themed bedroom is best. Instead of a traditional bed, give them a teepee-inspired sleeping space. Complete the look with a fake campfire, logs, or even string lights that will look like stars in the night time.

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Futuristic

Embrace the modern, futuristic look in your little one’s space. Achieve the look with clean, cool colors, geometric lines, minimal décor, and high-tech elements.

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Bohemian

Take a more casual and relaxed approach to designing your child’s room by applying the principles of bohemian design. Accessorize the space with woven pieces, vibrant colors and prints, textures, lanterns, and maybe even a small plant or two.

Travel

Hoping to instill wanderlust in your child? Go for a travel-inspired look for their bedroom, with the help of pieces like maps, compasses, luggage, and eclectic finds.

Music

If you’re hoping to raise a musical prodigy, try injecting music-related elements to your little one’s room. You can even try playing some relaxing tunes in this space to really emphasize the vibe you’re going for.

Source: Good Housekeeping

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