Decorating the kid’s bedrooms is always a challenge. They have a lot of ideas but not all of them may be to your liking, and your ’grown-up’ take on the matter may not be quite what they had in mind either. So, we’re bringing you this collection of inspirational rooms, from Colombini Casa, to throw a bit of inspiration into the mix that just might result in some middle ground.
This breezy aqua and white color scheme, with yellow accessories, would suit either a boy or a girl. A corrugated feature wall adds texture to the predominantly white room, and a cluster of framed pictures makes things look homey. Stepped display shelves keep collections in check and looking stylish.
Another gender neutral scheme, this sunny orange and white number with cool blue touches is bright and fun. A few wooden elements adds a tiny dash of sophistication for maturing teenagers. A quirky desk area may help to make study time a little bit more attractive.
Bright purple and zingy green make a cool clash of colors when freshened up with plenty of white. This home study area stretches straight out of a big bookcase–a perfect setup for hitting the books and filing away that homework.
Storage steps offer up deep drawer space, along with another run under the bunk-beds. The lime green looks electric against bright blue, and purple accents prevent the overall scheme from looking too boyish.
Gray accents give this space a cool look for an older boy, and the grass green bed adds a sporty feel to the otherwise blue colored room.
A travel themed room will get kids thinking and dreaming about the interesting world they live in, and all of the adventures to come.
A corner run of wardrobes make good use of the space.
This MotoGP themed kids room uses rich green accents to balance out the hot red.