There are loads of inspirational kids bedrooms on Pinterest, but a big part of me knows that my two boys will never have a bedroom like that. Not down to the fact that I don’t have the imagination, but down to costs, size, time and the fact that they just would not keep it clean (well Mini wouldn’t).
Don’t be disparaged by all the beauty that there is, here are some real kids bedrooms designed by regular mums’ like you and me.
First off this is a room tour of Mini’s room from 2012. I have to say that he still loves the London theme and the only real change for him is that he has moved in to a regular bed (well the top bunk from Maxi’s room as a standard bed).
Maxi who is ten this month has a plain white walled room, but a more colourful bedroom you couldn’t see. All the accessories are rainbow brights and it looks amazing. The next stage for maxi’s bedroom is some new wardrobes. In fact we have been looking at Urban Wardrobes who are suppliers of fitted wardrobes in the UK.
Mamasmiles shows you how it is possible to have four small kids sleeping in one room.
I love Anna from In the playroom’s boys jungle bedroom. It is so cool and shows how one big design can have a huge impact.
I love this construction site bedroom from Crafsulate and adore the use of kids artwork integrated in to the theme.
I adore this fab take on a nightlight for older kids from Karen at The White Approach, although the ticking would drive me round the bend!
How beautiful is this shabby chic nursery from A for Amelia. I live in a house full of men!
What are your kids bedrooms like? Do pop over to Facebook and share an image with me as I would love to see.
I have fallen in love with this mint and grey nursery from Mothers Always right. It is beautiful and was done on a budget too with lots of family heirlooms.