How do you design the best kids room interior?


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The kids are at home a whole lot more these days… which probably means their bedrooms are getting more of a workout than usual! To keep them happy (and you sane), it might be time for a room reinvention, to create a space that looks and feels good, where everything has its place. Preferably packed away neatly at the end of the day.

It can be tempting to give you kid’s bedroom a decorative theme. But choose wisely: going whole hog on a theme can be costly. For a cost-saving solution, deck out your kids bedroom with accessories that can be swapped out as they get older, and as their interests inevitably change.

If getting your kids to clean up after themselves is a constant back and forth, consider ways to integrate cleanliness into their bedroom. With ample storage, your kids will have no excuse to not clean up after themselves. The kids who live in this colourful, modern Connecticut home are huge comic book fans. And so we gave them plenty of options for storing away their vast collection.

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Set your kids up for success and make sure their space has enough room for a desk. And if two of your kids share the same space, then make sure they both have their own separate workspaces. Our clients in this colourful mid-century apartment faced this exact predicament. So we placed one desk in the corner, and installed a floating desk between the two beds, which also doubles as a nightstand.

If your kid’s room is short on space, then consider ways to add a bit of square footage. A lofted bed, or a bunk bed, is a great way to do this. Our clients wanted to give their child ample floor space to play, and so we lofted the bed, and installed drawers in each of the steps, for additional storage.

When designing a kid’s bedroom, it’s important to consider how your children are growing. So when sourcing furniture, pick pieces that will work for this phase, their next phase and anything that might come after. In this Upper East Side home, the cribs can be easily swapped out with twin-sized beds, transforming this nursery into a chic, stylish kid’s bedroom.

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Architect Nivetha Senthil

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