304 Kids Room Design Photos And Ideas

A study area is located near a window.
A child's sleeping area has curtains for privacy.
Inspired by the Sydney Opera House, Austin Maynard Architects paid careful attention to this home's “fifth elevation”—the way it’s seen from the sky. “The roof plan, rather than the street façade, is now the most public face of a building thanks to Google Earth,” they explain. The Tower House is made up of tiny houses, clustered at the southern end of the property and clad in white steel panels and western red cedar shingles. Spinning off the living room on the north side of the main house, the children’s study sits separate from the other pavilions. On its upper level, Oxley netting forms a web on which the kids and their friends can sit and read with views of the leafy street and garden.
The aluminum window frames are by Windows by Design.
Matt made matching beds with log headboards for the the shared girls’ room.
The children's playroom.
A child's bedroom.
Schmidt selected Oeuf’s Robin crib for Finn’s soon-to-be sibling. The bird mobile is by Tamar Mogendorff.
The bunk bed, the Lollipop IN model from Resource Furniture, stows away flush to the wall when not in use.
In his room, Finn sits on a Stump stool by Kalon Studios at an oak table from Canvas Home. The flat jute rug is from ABC Carpet & Home; the stainless-steel door hardware is by Emtek.
Custom built-in wood shelving adorns the playroom, providing a unique way to display books and toys.
The playroom mixes contemporary design with playfulness.
Guest rooms provide space for visiting grandchildren. Tiffany’s daughter, Anouk, uses a bedroom wall to hold a work in progress.
Once the pre-existing garage was converted into a school room for the younger children.
The Real Good Chair is by Blu Dot.
The rug is by Flor and the Real Good chair is by Blu Dot.
In the boy’s room, Dash Marshall designed a platform bed and multiple storage units, accented with red lacquer and arranged in a playful way. “They’re built-ins, but we didn’t want them to look like built-ins,” says firm principal Ritchie Yao. “They’re more like stacked boxes.”
Warm wood floors carry over from inside to the atrium.
The children's bedroom with bunk beds.
Sienna's room has a clear elephant motif throughout.
Janelle and her four-month-old son, Carter, relax in the nursery. All the wood paneling was removed, the walls and ceilings were repainted, and new carpet was put in.
Glazing allows visual transparency between spaces, as well as the passage of light from one end to the other, creating a bright, light-filled attic space.
The children's bedroom and play area.
The desk is actually a shelf by Alvar Aalto for Artek installed upside down; the Stool 60 is also by Aalto. Above the desk is a 1970s illustration by Jean-Michel Folon.
In Anatole’s room, a metal Min bed by Luciano Bertoncini for Design Within Reach has storage added underneath it. Over the bed hangs a drawing of a "rat race
The Tripp Trapp chairs are by Stokke and the round oak table is custom.
The built-in plywood bunks in the children’s room were designed by STEG.
An airy, sun-drenched playroom.
Decorated with colorful flags handmade by Christine, the kids’ light-filled play-space can easily be converted into a second bedroom.
In 8-year-old Olivia's room, minimalist bookshelves and a comfy hideaway make for the perfect retreat.
The 3,700-square-foot home has four bedrooms. The owners, who are expecting their first  child, just finished transforming one of them into a nursery. The dresser is from Room & Board and the hanging planters are by Sandbox Ceramics.
A closer look at the play-space mezzanine.
Mehdi and his wife, Sanae, have six-year-old twins, each with  his own bedroom. The early-bird son’s room faces east, while  the south room is for the son who likes to sleep in. The tipi was a gift from Mehdi’s father,  also an architect.
REIMAGINED TODDLERS BED: Reimagine the KURA bed by adding a roofline and white washing the bedframe. This simple structure transforms into endless possibilities for a child’s imagination.
Across from the living lounge, tucked under the mezzanine study, is a child’s playroom.
Mountain-shaped wall cushions line the wall of this cloistered playroom, echoing the peaked ceiling of the apartment.
Moose has his own special area in the bus. Over the past eight months the bus has really become a source of comfort and home for him. Wherever we travel, the bus remains a source of comfort for him (and for us!).
Canny 'The New' Girl's Bedroom
Canny 'The New' Rumpus Room
AFTER - Son's study area and activity room with giant wall climbing pegboard.
The space below the stairs was turned into a cheerful play area for the two boys. "We built an egg shaped 'nook' underneath the staircase, and filled it with soft ‘pebble’ pillows," adds Tang.
Beneath the pitched roof, there’s a bedroom with custom bunks for visiting grandchildren.
A desk in the girl's bedroom with a chair by Pedro da Costa Felgueiras for The New Craftsmen.
An existing structure was moved, remodeled, and repurposed as a bunkroom.
A glazed wall forms a corridor that leads toward the daughter's bedroom.
Oh My Wall from Paris Wallpaper was fitted on wardrobe doors in one of the children's rooms.

Kids are all about imagination, fun, and play—modern kids' rooms should reflect their unique and vibrant personalities. From toddler to teen, every kid wants a space to call their own. Don't be afraid to let their imaginations run wild when redoing their bedrooms, playrooms, or even the family den. Find inspiration in these creative choices for furniture from bunk beds to bookcases, and storage to shelves.