During cold winter times, every parent desires to keep their young ones as warm and cosy as possible, especially in their rooms where they’ll be spending most of their time now. There are apparently endless ways to forge a tucked away space, but our aim here will be to bring a wintery feel to the place and make it snug at the same time. Like a mountain peak or an endless field covered in fresh snow, shimmering in the sun, your kid’s room is going to look as tranquil and serene. So, let’s go through the steps required to bring a bit of the cosy winter’s magic in our little one’s rooms.

christmas themed kids room

The Bear Cub Club

wintery kids room

Bnw Kids

white wintery nursery

Coco Lapine Design

COLOURS OF WINTER

The prime colour palette showing up across the whole room is going to be the one that we usually identify with this time of the year. Yes, you guessed it! We are of course thinking about the pure whites of a newly formed blanket of snow, frozen lake light blues and the greyish hues of snow clouds. Instead of splashing various vibrant colours, try playing with the wintery palette to achieve contrast and add playfulness to the room. You’ll also be amazed at what pops of black can do to an all-white room together with the always refreshing wood elements!

nursery styling

Hope and Jade

all-white kids room

Nordic Minis

cosy playroom

Pinterest

white nursery

Oh Eight Oh Nine

neutral gender childrens rooms

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WALLS COVERED IN SNOW

There’s a couple of ways to handle the walls. You could just go monochrome with a pure white and then later add pattern, for example, with repeating dots that are acting as snowflakes or opt for two complementary hues. Two toned walls are always a great opportunity to experiment! You’ll easily be able to create outlines of mountain ranges with mandatory snowy tops just to stay in the theme.

kids room snowflakes

Wild Ones

mountain peaks kids room

Mamma Line

montana style nursery

Patterns and Prosecco

COSY FLOOR

The floor is every kid’s favourite playground and making it as comfortable as possible is your number one priority! We suggest going for an imitation sheepskin rug and placing it on your kid’s favourite play spot or nook for the wintercabin look. Or a large white rug will remind your little one of the snow on the ground. You can’t get cosier than that!

sheepskin rug nursery

Those Patterned Walls

white cloud rug

Cloud Den

false sheepskin rug

Those Patterned Walls

princess girls bed

Nouw

white grey kids rooms

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WINTERY SHELVES

With the shelfie craze showing no signs of slowing down, now’s a perfect opportunity to get creative with shelves in your kid’s room. Whether you’re going to bring winter in with a snowy mountain-shaped shelve or by arranging winter-inspired accessories and details is all up to you. Get inspired by these fantastic photos!

mountain peak shelf

Not On The Highstreet

wintery mountain shelfie

Hudson and Harlow

woodland shelves

Dreamstate

mountain decor on furniture

Jose Russchen

wintery shelfies

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WILDLIFE

Introduce some cute woodland creatures to the whole story in the form of plush toys, prints, bed sheets and framed pictures. But not just any – reindeers, bears, penguins, foxes and everyone’s favourite white bunny Miffy all go great with the theme. Although they don’t like winter, the cosiest animals out there – panda bears perfectly fit the environment as you’ll quickly see.

wildlige wall trophy kids room

My Domaine

panda wall trophy

Bangalo Da Tati

penguins in kids rooms

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kids rooms with woodland animals

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The secret is in detail. What are the things that remind you of winter the most, that you could bring in your kid’s room? Is it a pine tree, snowflakes, stacked wood or maybe a log for chopping wood? Don’t be afraid to experiment. There are plenty of ways to bring winter cosiness to your dearest room.

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