It’s no surprise that children spend a lot of their time in their bedrooms. Used for sleeping, playing and working, when they get a bit older, their space should be a true reflection of their unique personalities. However, it’s so easy to get completely lost in the world of children’s interiors! So here are our five top tips for creating a stylish yet practical, fun, cosy and comfortable space for your precious little ones…


For a nursery, opt for light bright and airy rooms with playful details that add a splash of colour to gender neutral base. Stylish, yet practical furniture with fun fixtures, fittings and accessories help to create a tactile, warm and calming room, perfect for your little one!





For your child’s bedroom – and for boys who love to play pirates – what could be better than their very own pirate ship bedroom? With an integrated bed, mixed with soft, pale blue waves across the walls and your little boy will be in his element in this fantastic pirate ship room!





For girls, bright, neutral yet contemporary designs provide great bedroom solutions for discerning girls. Soft, calming, pastel shades with texture and prints to help to achieve a themethat’s soothing yet still full of fun. Add in another single bed for sisters or if your daughter likes to have friends stay over, a lot – like we’ve done here…




For older children, how about a Lego inspired theme? Every young boy loves Lego, so why not get your son involved in helping to create his very own Lego themed bedroom! With colourful designs and Lego blocks for the bed, your son will love this stylish but playful setting. It will also enable him to feel a bit more grown up, having had a hand in its design and creation!




And finally, for the pre-teen girl, current trends are veering away from the pink saturation of the past and moving towards something more creative and sophisticated. We just love this rustic, calm and uncluttered design with soft, plump cushions, throws and rugs, with additional space for sleepovers with friends! It’s neutral yet very cosy and comfortable – perfect for young, independent girls.