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Inspiration for the children’s room

Is it time to decorate your child's room? Looking for inspiration and smart decorating tips? Then you've come to the right place! Read our guide where we've gathered the 10 best tips for a successful interior in your child's room.

1. Think of needs (not trends)
When decorating a child's room, you should consider the child's needs rather than what's trendy. All children are different and have different needs for play and stimulation. This could be a cosy corner, a suitable bed, a play area, a large sofa or a place to study, depending on the child's age. Young children often have a great need for plenty of floor space where most of the play takes place. Children's rooms for the very youngest therefore often need free space on the floor and clever storage can be built vertically.

2. Make the room personal
Children like it when they recognize themselves and the room becomes more personal when you can see who lives there. Create a space where they can store the gadgets they create at preschool or school and hang their creations on the walls in a structured way. A nice nameplate on the door can be both personal and guaranteed to make your child incredibly proud of their room!Children like it when they recognize themselves and the room becomes more personal when you can see who lives there. Create a space where they can store the gadgets they create at preschool or school and hang their creations on the walls in a structured way. A nice nameplate on the door can be both personal and guaranteed to make your child incredibly proud of their room!

Posters for the children's room

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3. Let the child decide
Of course, it's a good idea to ask children what they like. If the answer is black walls with skulls and monsters, you may not have to follow their wishes to the letter, but you can easily find inspiration for your own ideas through the children's wishes. Does your child like stars and space? Or animals and nature? Why not wallpaper the walls with a wallpaper in a trendy colour with a neat pattern of little stars or small sketched animals? Or hang up posters with space motifs that kids love. We have a great range of cool children's posters with both space motifs and animals.Of course, it's a good idea to ask children what they like. If the answer is black walls with skulls and monsters, you may not have to follow their wishes to the letter, but you can easily find inspiration for your own ideas through the children's wishes. Does your child like stars and space? Or animals and nature? Why not wallpaper the walls with a wallpaper in a trendy colour with a neat pattern of little stars or small sketched animals? Or hang up posters with space motifs that kids love. We have a great range of cool children's posters with both space motifs and animals.

Beautiful posters for children

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4. Fill the room with play and joy
A child's life should be filled with play and love, so should their room! Minimalist trends are all well and good, but a child's room should be decorated primarily with a focus on play and function. So make sure there are plenty of practical spaces and storage, and decorate with stylish details based on play and function. Smart storage is important so that children can easily access their favourite toys, while you as a parent want to be able to keep things clean and tidy.A child's life should be filled with play and love, so should their room! Minimalist trends are all well and good, but a child's room should be decorated primarily with a focus on play and function. So make sure there are plenty of practical spaces and storage, and decorate with stylish details based on play and function. Smart storage is important so that children can easily access their favourite toys, while you as a parent want to be able to keep things clean and tidy.

5. Decorate with a theme
A good way to create a common thread in your interior can be to start with a theme. It could be space, nature, a color or an interest. Based on the theme, you can then make color choices for walls, painted or wallpaper, and on to toys and wall decorations. Within our poster categories, you'll easily find posters that go together if you want to create a cute little gallery wall or hang two posters together as a perfect pair.A good way to create a common thread in your interior can be to start with a theme. It could be space, nature, a color or an interest. Based on the theme, you can then make color choices for walls, painted or wallpaper, and on to toys and wall decorations. Within our poster categories, you'll easily find posters that go together if you want to create a cute little gallery wall or hang two posters together as a perfect pair.

6. Make use of the floor
Floor space is important for both function and style. A nice rug of the right type is usually a good starting point. Small children need large play areas on the floor and often even surfaces, so a slightly thinner carpet that is also easy to keep clean may be appropriate. Older children who no longer play on the floor may benefit more from a slightly thicker, long pile rug that is cozy to walk on and creates a more homey feel.Floor space is important for both function and style. A nice rug of the right type is usually a good starting point. Small children need large play areas on the floor and often even surfaces, so a slightly thinner carpet that is also easy to keep clean may be appropriate. Older children who no longer play on the floor may benefit more from a slightly thicker, long pile rug that is cozy to walk on and creates a more homey feel.

Furnishing in the children's room

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7. Use design with function
There are plenty of stylish furniture, shelving, rugs and storage items specifically designed with children in mind. Practical items don't have to be ugly and boring, stylish design gadgets can be just as child-friendly as traditional ones. Why not choose stylish storage in natural materials and colors for your children's room too?There are plenty of stylish furniture, shelving, rugs and storage items specifically designed with children in mind. Practical items don't have to be ugly and boring, stylish design gadgets can be just as child-friendly as traditional ones. Why not choose stylish storage in natural materials and colors for your children's room too?

8. Dare to use patterns and colors
Children's spaces should be playful and inspiring. Children love colors and shapes, and in the children's room we can dare to stand out a little more than in our other interior design, which is often stylish with clean, natural colors in the Scandinavian interior design style. There are lots of great wall colors to choose from, or wallpaper with different exciting patterns in stylish colors. Then complement the walls with well-chosen poster motifs. You can find our full range of children's wall art here.Children's spaces should be playful and inspiring. Children love colors and shapes, and in the children's room we can dare to stand out a little more than in our other interior design, which is often stylish with clean, natural colors in the Scandinavian interior design style. There are lots of great wall colors to choose from, or wallpaper with different exciting patterns in stylish colors. Then complement the walls with well-chosen poster motifs. You can find our full range of children's wall art here.

9. Smart storage
Nowhere else in the home is smart storage as important as in children's rooms. In a child's room, we need to create space for play and have plenty of free floor space, so building vertical storage is a great idea. Also, make sure to make use of the space under the bed, where drawers on wheels can easily create plenty of storage that kids can easily access and where you can hide away toys and other gadgets that kids don't use on a daily basis. A stylish bookcase at the right height that even children can reach is a welcome detail in most children's rooms.Nowhere else in the home is smart storage as important as in children's rooms. In a child's room, we need to create space for play and have plenty of free floor space, so building vertical storage is a great idea. Also, make sure to make use of the space under the bed, where drawers on wheels can easily create plenty of storage that kids can easily access and where you can hide away toys and other gadgets that kids don't use on a daily basis. A stylish bookcase at the right height that even children can reach is a welcome detail in most children's rooms.

10. Planning for the future
Children grow and develop quickly. So when you're decorating your children's room, remember to plan for the future too. Perhaps the bed will need to be replaced and upgraded to a larger one in a few years, or a desk will be needed in the near future as the younger children approach school age. Perhaps the wardrobe needs to be big enough to last at least 3-5 years?Children grow and develop quickly. So when you're decorating your children's room, remember to plan for the future too. Perhaps the bed will need to be replaced and upgraded to a larger one in a few years, or a desk will be needed in the near future as the younger children approach school age. Perhaps the wardrobe needs to be big enough to last at least 3-5 years?

Good luck with your children's room!