Since last year nautical themed kids rooms have been on the rise, and as well is a sort of a subtheme – pirate. So, if you’re expecting a baby boy, consider designing a room in this style, because it’s really fun, interesting and provides scope for your creativity. If you like DIY things, you can paint your kid’s room walls in pictures with a pirate/desert island giving an adventurous feel or buy some cool wall decals with sculls, ships and other things that you associate with pirate’s life and the sea. I also love to see many unique and amazing beds in the shape of a ship in the pictures below – great not only for sleeping but also for an imaginative play. But there’re also much simpler ideas like hanging some pirate theme inspired artworks, scroll down to see them, too!
These wallpapers aren’t so simple as you may think just looking at them. Just look at them closer! You will see many animals and we are sure that your kids will like it. They will love trying to find different animals! It’s wallpaper with a history: it’s a limited edition of wallpaper design by Swedish manufacturer Duro, called Zoology. The classic design was first produced by Duro in 1974, created by architect Claes Kock. He used an incredible, graphic animal print design to weave a pattern across the surface print. So we think that this wallpaper will be perfect for a child’s space and will do both for baby boys and baby girls.
It’s a very unusual family portrait and your kids will be so happy to make it with their hands! You will need Lego minifigures, frame, heavy cardboard, command strips, scissors, glue stick and hot glue gun. To make the mini figurine family, choose the right hair, heads, bodies and legs from your Lego stash. Using the frame as a jumping-off point, first create a shadow box. Cut 1/2″ “spacers” from heavy cardboard and wrapped them in plain white paper (using a glue stick). Hot glue the spacers to the inside edges of the frame, directly behind the glass. To get the Lego people to sit flush in the frame, use stacked command strips on the back of each figure and attach them to a sheet of paper. Once everything is in place, insert in the frame, and attach the back of the frame with more hot glue.
A bed and a play house that you see on the first picture are actually parts of one cool bed cottage – a perfect place for your kid to relax, read and play. This bed will become not only an exciting adventure and fun for your kid, but also a practical and smart purchase for you, because of its three versions: the bed and the play cabin separately, the cabin above the bed and the bunk bed for when your kid gets older. The last but not least option is my personal favorite one, because it allows you to have a space under the structure for whatever needs you have: storage bins, another place for play, etc. Check this out!
Make your daugthers happy – make for them this bright headbands! It’s very easy-to-make and so beautiful! You will need printable mix & match headbands templates, card stock, simple plastic headband, felt, scissors and craft glue. Print the template onto the card stock. Basic white will work. Choose a base piece and cut it out. Cut small strips of felt and glue only the ends of 2 to 3 pieces to the back of your base piece. Keep the center of each strip free of glue and loose. This is where the headband will slide through later. Cut out some decorations. The rest of the tutorial is here.
If your little princess has a sweet tooth, then picking a theme for her birthday party is really easy – try cookies & milk theme! To get inspired, take a look at this lovely party in pink and grey colors and in the same called theme arranged for the baby girl Amelia’s second birthday. The party was in December but it has so many cute and interesting ideas, that you can use any time you want. I love darling invitations completed with hand drawn little cookies, hearts of different sizes all around the place, amazing flowers… Everything is so pretty! I think these photos left me with an intense sweet tooth.
This decoration of a kids’ room will will be perfect for girls and boys. Holly Becker created this dreamy and gender-neutral space for baby Aidan. First of all, she focused at nature and handmade elements. You can see many handmade toys, pictures, décor accessories on these photos and some of them are really original. The room has a lot of place and kids will play and feel very comfortable. Also Holly paid attention to natural light that makes the room more pleasant and cozy. Take a look at neutral wallpapers: they make room bigger and lighter.
This nursery is another example of rooms that are designed in a neutral and warm color scheme and has a gender-neutral theme. It looks like not a typical nursery with all the baby specific items, but like a room where all the family would spend some time, hang out. So, there we have a comfortable couch, a rocking chair and a comfy pouf. But among all that there’re so many different and cute baby-like pieces and items beginning with a charming giraffe and letters above it one the wall and ending with such a cool open storage with baskets underneath and a colorful, fun garland on it. I like it! Do you?
Here are the best kids room design ideas that we were covering on Kidsomania during February 2014. If you’ve missed them than don’t hesitate to check them out.
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Here are the best DIY projects to make them for your kids or with them that we were covering on Kidsomania during February 2014. If you’ve missed them than don’t hesitate to check them out.
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