Though blue is considered the primary choice of colour for boys, there are many ways you can stylishly incorporate it into your home without messing up the overall theme or clashing with the interiors in other rooms. It is also important to be aware of the personality of your little boy, so take notes on his favourite hobbies and where possible, find ways to incorporate his passions. For most children, the bedroom is now the same place they study and play, so storage solutions and desk options should also be considered in the design process. You can also create a room that acts as the perfect base, utilising neutral tones on the walls in order to allow the space to grow and mature as your boy does. Don't forget, soft furnishings are easier to update than furniture and wall colour! Take a look…
If your little boy is somewhat of an old soul and enjoys spending his downtime reading a book or kindle, you can satisfy his bookworm tendencies with a chair that supports his growing spine and doesn't sacrifice on an inch of style in your home. Kid's bedroom furniture doesn't need to be covered in pictures of superheroes or garishly decorated, it can mimic the style of an adult armchair—just miniature in size! This child lounger from Treasure Chairs is made from an environmentally friendly fabric supplier, is highly durable and stain resistant!
If your little man is a big sports fanatic already, you can help him to show off his personality by decorating his bedroom in a sport theme. This room has been designed by 360 interior design, with all the cabinetry work, lockers and lighting installations designed by Cooper Bespoke Joinery. As you can see, no corner has been spared from the football decoration. From the pillows to the ceiling, we have no doubt Alfie will close his eyes at night and dream about scoring the winning goal in front of a roaring crowd.
Though he may not be old enough to dictate what style and theme he wants in his bedroom, creating an atmosphere that is cheerful and inviting is essential to cultivating a good mood. Zugs brings us this adorable rug called Laughing Larry that is comfortable and most importantly, fun, to play on! Whether it's learning his ABCs or playing with his toy train set, the big grin on this rug is sure to have everyone feeling as happy as Larry!
If he's old enough to be out of a crib but still establishing his taste, you can create a warm and fun environment that is easy to change when he grows and develops his own personal style. This little boy's room in London by MK Kid Interiors is equipped with wall mounted shelves to keep all his toys off the floor, and, not to mention, is totally charming with its motoring theme. The colour palette in this space is neutral, meaning it can be easily updated as he matures.
Lastly, but definitely not least, if your little one has a penchant for collecting boats, train sets and cars, you can allow him to keep his prized possessions always on display in a neat and tidy fashion. Though this room is for a slightly older child, it can too, evolve as he grows. The L-shaped desk provides plenty of workspace for homework and creativity, with the additional storage chests on the floor perfect for packing away those objects which mightn't look so good on display. Hugo Carter has installed those stunning bespoke wooden windows to match the classic exterior of the home, and as you can see, they fit in perfectly with the classic, timeless theme present in the space.
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