6 Nursery And Kids’ Room Ideas That Will Inspire Your Little Ones

6 Nursery And Kids’ Room Ideas That Will Inspire Your Little Ones
November 24, 2022 hometrust

6 Nursery And Kids’ Room Ideas That Will Inspire Your Little Ones

Regardless of whether you have a six-month old baby or a 5-year old child, they’ll need their own space to rest, play, and grow.

In this article, we share 6 nursery and kids’ room ideas that you can draw inspiration from. Read on to find out more!

1. This Bright And Functional Nursery

contemporary kids room with mirror and vanity counter
Euphony Garden, 9 Jalan Mata Ayer ($49,000) by Livspace

If we were to describe this nursery in a word, it would be – functional.

There’s plenty of storage space for you to keep your necessities (diapers take up a lot more space than you might think!), plus a desk if you want to get some work done, while keeping an eye on your baby.

2. This Japandi-Style Kids’ Room

minimalist kids room with bookshelf and toys
Mandarin Gardens ($75,000) by U-Home Interior Design Pte Ltd

We love the simple, clean aesthetic of this kids’ room.

If the rest of your home is decked out in a Scandinavian or Japandi style, it makes sense to adopt the same theme for your kids’ room. Think warm wood tones, clean lines and unfussy furniture.

3. This Whimsical Kids’ Room Complete With Teepee

minimalist kids room with bookshelf and toys2
445A Clementi Ave 3 ($60,000) by Kontrast Design

How adorable is this kid’s room?! If you want to do a polka-dot wall like you see here, use wall decals for maximum versatility. This way, when your child outgrows the polka dot design, you can just peel the decals off and you’ll be left with a plain wall.

4. This Platform Bed With Space For Two

modern kids room with platform bed and built in bed
Queenstown – Dawson place, dawson road (HDB) ($50,000) by Design 4 Space Pte Ltd

If you’re trying to fit two (or more!) kids into a small room, the best way to do it is to opt for bunk beds or platform beds. This lets you take advantage of the vertical height, and gives each kid their own space.

5. This More-Is-More Kids’ Room

industrial kids room with bookshelf and children s storage
Tampines Avenue 5 ($128,000) by MET Interior

If you’re a maximalist rather than minimalist, and you don’t like keeping everything hidden behind cabinets, that’s totally fine!

Personally, we think a more-is-more approach can definitely work for a kid’s space. Go ahead and play around with colours, display your kids’ “artwork” on the walls, and decorate with rugs, cushions and stuffed toys.

6. This Sweet Yet Sophisticated Room

scandinavian kids room with bookshelf and platform bed
332A Anchorvale Link ($20,000) by Kontrast Design

Got a tween who’s on the cusp of becoming a teenager? Opt for simple, stylish furnishings that they won’t grow out of too quickly, such as this built in bed/desk/wardrobe combination. To customize it, let your tween pick out their own bedding and other accessories!

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