8 Tips for Decorating a Kid’s Room

One of the best ways to help your house feel more homey is to decorate. While all rooms in the house can benefit from more decor, that goes for your kids’ rooms too. If you want them to love their rooms and enjoy playing there, think about how to decorate in a way that they’ll love. Decorating, however, can feel overwhelming. There are so many decisions and factors to consider. So, spend some time preparing before you decorate. Think about what your children like and what will help them stay organized and content in their rooms. Here are 8 tips to help!

Consider Your Child’s Interests

The first step to decorating your child’s room is to consider your child's interests. They’ll likely be happier with the design of their room if they’ve had a say in what it looks like. If your child has a specific interest, choose what decorations you’d be happy with inside their room and then let them choose from there. If they love flowers or superheroes, decide what in those categories you’re willing to let them have in their rooms.

Color Scheme

Next, you’ll want to choose the color scheme that you’ll put in your kid’s room. Naturally, you’ll want to ask for your child’s input to make sure you’re painting the room a color that they like. However, there are other factors you’ll want to consider as well. The color you paint your child’s room can affect their mood. Cool colors like blues and greens help your child feel calm and relaxed. Warm colors like yellow and orange are more energetic colors and can therefore give your child more energy. These warm colors can also spur creativity. The question is, do you want the colors in your child’s room to help them be creative or to help them calm down? You can also pick a neutral color and add accents of their favorite color so that there’s no need to repaint as they grow and that color changes!

Add Art

Once you’ve picked out the right color, don’t forget to put art in your child’s room. Hang art and photography that inspires positive thoughts and memories. For example, you could hang a picture of your child when they’re still a baby. Or you could hang pictures of your whole family. Additionally, consider hanging pictures of peaceful nature scenes or pictures of other things your child loves.

Select Furniture

On top of interests, color, and art, you’ll want to choose good furniture. Furniture is important because it’ll take on lots of wear and tear while your child is growing up. So, you should consider the wear your furniture will sustain when picking pieces. One great type of fabric to use is a microfiber fabric or a crypton that won’t hold stain easily. Leather is also durable and can easily be cleaned. Therefore, leather is also a great option for the material of the furniture you choose to put in your child’s room. In addition to the material you choose for the furniture, consider what furniture pieces you’ll need. Your child will, of course, need a bed and a dresser. Some other fun furniture you could include in the room might be a chair, a lamp, a nightstand, and other useful but fun furniture like that.

Include Organizers

Organization is also very important for your child. Children react well to having a clean room. So, consider purchasing little chests or boxes that your child can store their things in. This can include one chest for toys of a specific nature, and a separate chest for toys of a second nature. Keeping these chests in an organized location, such as inside the closet or stacked on top of one another, will also help to reduce clutter.

Add a Book Bin

You’ve already considered the important furniture in your child’s room, but now consider other important pieces. Reading is extremely beneficial for children of all ages, so having a place to store books is a smart idea. Encouraging your child to become an avid reader will likely affect the rest of his or her life in a positive way. One great but simple way to start inspiring such reading is to have a bin in your child’s room where he or she can place books. Then, consider also placing a reading light by your child’s bed so your child can read for a little while before bed, if desired.

Include Blankets

Blankets serve multiple purposes. The most obvious one is that they keep you warm. If your child gets cold at night but has access to blankets, they can quickly grab one and snuggle up under it, nice and warm. In addition to keeping your child warm, blankets can help your child feel comforted and safe. Many kids have certain objects that comfort them and help them feel safe. Blankets are a great option for this, especially when they’re extra soft and cozy. So, get some blankets for your child and don’t forget to put them in your child’s newly decorated room.

Stay Simple

Lastly, in the midst of designing and decorating your child’s room just right, remember to keep the room simple. Yes, you want the right colors, good art, good furniture, and so forth, but you want enough stuff for your child to play. You want room for your child to use their imagination and fill the space with their own fun rather than just with stuff. Plus, you don’t want to overstimulate your child. So, make your child’s room creative and beautiful, but don’t forget to keep it simple.


You’re designing your child’s bedroom—an exciting task for sure! How your child’s room looks and how it’s organized are both important elements to your child’s happiness, your happiness, and your sanity. So, take note of a few specific ways you can design the perfect room for them. These factors will help you create both your and your child’s dream bedroom.


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