8 Adorable Children’s Bedroom Ideas We Spotted On Instagram

Children's Bedroom Ideas

Whether you love the clean, calming lines of Scandi style or want to make your little one’s own space have rock ‘n’ roll appeal, we’ve scrolled our Insta feeds to bring your some adorable children’s bedroom ideas, plus picked the products to help you recreate the look in your own home, without the aid of an interior designer.

Simple & Scandi Inspired Children’s Bedroom ideas

There’s a reason Scandi styles reign supreme when it comes to decking out a nursery, they are not only super practical and thought out but the muted tones, cosy textures and nature-inspired woods add a sense of calm to a little one’s space.

Take inspiration from interiors brand Petite Amelie and invest in sleek white nursery furniture – we love their Bocca three-piece set featured below – and lift the stark white colour palette with bohemian trims like a seagrass woven pendant lamp or cosy bouclé nursing chair. Then add a sense of fun with age-appropriate children’s accessories like Mamas & Papas’ soft lion head all art or Dunelm’s cute raffia giraffe storage.

All baby rooms need a monitor and CubAI’s sweet bird design bridges the gap between something that blends into the soft interiors but keeps your little one safe. The award-winning piece of tech tells you when baby rolls over, when they cough or enter any danger zone with notifications that come straight through on your phone. It can also be set up directly above the baby’s cot, on the all or anywhere in the room for added reassurance.

If you’re after the tranquil feel of Scandi-inspired rooms but want to inject a little colour and texture into your child’s play area, Studio McGee’s sweet nursery room below is lifted with blush pink painted panelling and pretty printed soft furnishings.


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Playful & Retro Children’s Bedroom Ideas


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Loved for her nod to all things nostalgic and retro, fashion influencer Liv Purvis has stayed close to her style roots when decking out her little boy’s bedroom. We love the whimsical touches like a hot air balloon light, A for Apple artwork and sweet Ottoline chintzy wallpaper that brings the whole room together.

Playful colour and retro touches add whimsicality to Liv Purvis' little boy's bedroom.

If you love the a modern take on chintz interiors that’s everywhere right now, check out our edit of the best to follow on Instagram to style out the rest of your home.


Charming & Traditional Children’s Bedroom Ideas

The interiors world has taken a return to traditional aesthetics of late, whether that’s bobbin-finished accessories or French café curtains. A more classic look translates particularly well in children’s bedrooms too, adding a charming and magical place for them to play and rest.

Favourite designers on Instagram that are doing the look so well include Anouska Tamony Designs – we love her use of scalloped-edged miniature lamps and the iconic Cole & Sons’ Frutto Proibito wallpaper, which feels both appropriate for children with its monkey motifs but beautiful enough to have anywhere in the home. As well as award-winning interior designer, Laura Stephens, whose use of draped canopies add a fairytale quality to little ones’ bedrooms.



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Rock ‘N’ Roll Children’s Bedroom Ideas



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For little rockstars who want to rip up the rulebook when it comes to baby rooms, take style tips from this Californian-based nursery designed by Hanin Smith.

Band lyric inspired art work, vintage-esque rugs and moody monochrome wallpaper bring a cool rock 'n' roll edge to a space you'll want to hang out in as much as your little one.


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