It’s that time of the year! While some fill suitcases and satisfy their wanderlust, we’re prepping for a different type of vacation—a voyage to visit the ingenious interior creations of regular parents and professional designers. Join us as we journey to ten of the best kid’s rooms, where dreams become reality and every day is an escape to another world.


A soothing fusion of beige, mocha, old rose, and terracotta creates depth in this sweet little corner of Baby K’s room.  The wallpaper is a collaboration between @murs_sauvages and @undixjuillet. It incorporates an abstract take on standard floral wallpaper with its geometric shapes, making it a focal point in the room. The arch creates the illusion of a recess, adding more cosy vibes to an already warm and inviting space. IKEA’s timeless Minnen bed and its scalloped sides fit beautifully with the boho vibes, an ivory canopy shrouding it in glory. This delicate room is perfect for this sleeping beauty.


This aptly named ‘Into The Blue’ project by interior designer Andrea Grbic is a masterclass in timeless simplicity. Andrea deliberately chose enduring colours and textures and ran with a ‘room to grow and play’ theme. This means the space can be simply updated with new furniture. In its current state, it’s playful yet mature – the 4 x 4 Jeep Safari print by @prettyinprintart reminds us that a little adventurer resides here. Meanwhile, the layering of tonal linens adds a touch of sophistication, rendering this sleeping arrangement perfect for visiting guests. There’s more fun in the wiggly nightstand lamp and the Modern Plaid in Windy wallpaper by @livetteswallpaper.


Lilac and caramel hues set the deliciously sweet tone for this cosy and colourful girl’s bedroom. Blank canvas white walls make way for stylish prints, including the much-loved Peace on Earth by @studiolocodesign, plus a little semi-circular burst of pastel bunting. Eclectic bedlinen makes an impact here, with a pattern clash of subtle daisies on the fitted sheet and heady florals courtesy of Garbo & Friends. In case you’re wondering, the quilted love-heart blanket by @blenkz.official is not just there for aesthetics. Its weighted design is intended as therapy for children and promotes relaxation with its pleasant pressure and virtual hug.


When you can’t decide on a theme, why not go for a combination of all of your favourites? We love this under-the-ocean meets the race circuit approach in Vince’s modern bedroom. The energy of the inkblot style Confetti Blue wallpaper from @photowall_sweden matches the movement in the scalloped waves, but the race cars bedding by @studioditte takes pole position. Even the chequered fitted sheet joins the automotive theme! The liveliness is tempered appropriately, with a whitewashed floor and pared-back wooden bed that restores the balance for nighttime slumber.


Boho abounds in Lilka’s neutral but oh-so-feminine bedroom of dreams. It’s a delight to behold, from the scalloped rattan flower chair to the sprinkling of magical bunting stars. The house bed frames the low-level scalloped border perfectly, and we love the subtle contrast of the bottle green gingham bedlinen. The lush green checks make the perfect companion for the nature-inspired wallpaper – Family Forest by @dekorajka

What more could be added to this perfection? Perhaps a daisy pillow by @baby_nitka, or maybe a sleep linen rabbit adorned with flowers by @lovemedecoration?

Wildflowers and wicker make a winning combination in this floral feast of a room. Oversized blooms in the Fleur d’Amour wallpaper by Little Amour make a bold statement and invoke the sense of meandering through the meadows on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Meanwhile, soft lilacs and caramel bedlinen layer texture and make way for a ‘Candy Apple’ pom pom cushion. There’s even space for symmetry in a tasselled rug and wall hanging. The latter needs no colour for its half-arched rainbows; there’s plenty elsewhere in this sweet little girl’s room.


Busy rooms need a calming base colour, and Lick’s Light Green (01) does the trick here with its restful and soothing hue and warm yellow undertones. There’s a light-touch theme of space with a liberal dose of rainbow garlands and a good pinch of peace. We love the alternative display of the Solar System mobile by @aliceinscandilandshop. Why hang it from the ceiling when you can present the planets in a linear construction, draped from a peg rail? There’s an interesting take on colour blocking at the head of the bed with a burst of mustard and petroleum blue in the soft textiles and nightstand arrangement. The peace sign lights illuminate the colours and pop against the tonal neutrals and pastels.


A cosy cove is the next best thing to an escape to the countryside and a rich source of imaginary play and bedtime adventures. Bo’s grown-up fairy secret garden is a delight, with deft touches and details that combine to create the bigger picture. It certainly helps when your mama is an interior designer!

The Clematis Mural wallpaper by @SianZeng perfectly frames the corner with a cocktail of marshmallow pink and sage green blooms. A solitary toadstool also heralds the nature-inspired theme. The colour palette is sublime, with soft charcoals and earthy terracotta breaking through a sea of tonal whites. A statement chequered rug offers a little hopscotch stepping-stone path to the sleeping quarters while a draped voile curtain lies in wait to draw a close to the day.


Do bedroom adventures get more roar-some than this? Sandberg’s Kristoffer wallpaper in a lush sage green creates a forest grove, the perfect habitat for a sweet diplodocus dino lamp by @roomgaga. Exposed ceiling beams add authenticity to this natural, outdoorsy vibe and offer the perfect platform to hang a verdant olive canopy. Do you like how the globe mobile joins the sphere party with the ceiling pendant? Light, natural furniture mirrors the stripped-back beams and offers contrast against the darker tones of the linens and wallpaper.


Primary colours pop against a pure white wall for a vibrant bedroom underpinned by a love of blue. Sam’s favourite colour is evident in the cobalt blue duvet cover and a stone-blue chequered fitted sheet. This is a playful yet pared-back room with a beautifully stark quality. The simplicity draws attention to details like the intricate grain of the wooden bed and the exquisitely arranged objects on the shelf. Is it just us, or does that mischievous dino look poised to push the books right over the ledge?

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