5 Inspiring Bedrooms for Toddlers

When it’s time to update the nurs­ery into a toddler’s room, there are so many options to choose from. Here are some very inspir­ing tod­dler room decors that caught our atten­tion and made our heart melt.

Focal point

LOVE this fun wallpaper for a kid's room (wallpaper from Pierre Frey, image via Constance Gennari)

Updat­ing your lit­tle one’s room with a strong and bold wall­pa­per can instantly add char­ac­ter to the space. Here, the beau­ti­ful “Les Bid­ules” wall­pa­per designed by Gael Davrinche for Pierre Frey adds a mod­ern and quirky note to this vin­tage inspired room. (image via Con­stance Gen­nari)

Curated pieces

Colorful + modern kid's room (image via Inside Out magazine)

When updat­ing a child’s room, choos­ing care­fully the key decor pieces makes all the dif­fer­ence. In this room, a cus­tom made bed and stor­age piece cohab­i­tate with col­or­ful art and fun design pieces such as the Eames ele­phant stool by Vitra. (image via Inside Out mag­a­zine)

Use of room’s features

Fun kid's room (image via Julie Ansiau)

We love how in this attic room, the room’s fea­tures were used as extra dis­play and stor­age for books and toy col­lec­tions. The use of a strong color on one wall adds again more per­son­al­ity to the room. (image via Julie Ansiau)

Keep it simple

Simple + modern kid's room (image via Oeuf NY)

This bed­room by Oeuf NY exhibits bril­liantly how less is more. There is no need to over fur­nish a child’s room. Adding a few col­or­ful decor pieces brings all the warmth needed and allows the child to play in a clutter-free zone.

Per­sonal touches

A lovely built-in cupboard bed in a kid's room (image via Dana Van Leeuwen for Est Magazine)

We’re lov­ing how this rather sim­ple tod­dler room set­ting got some instant char­ac­ter through the use of a bold color in the sleep­ing nook and by adding kids’ art­work on the bed frame. Here, the white walls and floors serve as a blank white can­vas, allow­ing the room’s col­or­ful acces­sories to pop even more. (image via Dana Van Leeuwen for Est Mag­a­zine)