It’s no secret that toys create clutter and children create mess! So how do you ever manage to keep the kids’ room looking good?
My top tip is to pick fun pieces with double uses for the kids’ room. Instead of choosing a regular chair, opt for the one that looks like a horse for playtime!
Also important is to opt for smart storage solutions. While storage can be achieved with big plastic boxes, this is an article about good looking home design.. so I’ve collected nine items that will look gorgeous in the playroom. They are fun pieces with useful purposes, ensuring that they work as arrows in your quiver during the battle against clutter contamination.
This toy train is named Gicha, which means train in Korean. It is made up of a series of wooden stools interconnected to form a train. The individual stool carriages are hollow inside, so you can use them for storing other toys.
So besides being an adorable train, it is a multipurpose piece of furniture. You can have the train as long or as short as you want, and its sleek minimal design is absolutely display worthy.
For the Wild West themed rooms, try out this teepee shaped bookcase as an interesting addition, and a playtime accomplice to adventure stories. Or for the young adventurers, you could pair it with a jungle print wallpaper and turn the room into a fun camp site.
While themed furniture is usually too niche for other parts of the house, this minimal design bookcase will look gorgeous wherever. So if your child grows out of it, it can be easily re-purposed for your living room or home study.
Giffy the giraffe lamp was designed to add more animation and emotion to a plain everyday object. It is a cheerful addition to your child’s study table, or a nice bedside friend. The cute colors and matching cord will surely amuse the kids. The elegant woodwork in the body of the lamp is sturdy, with a soft finish. I can imagine Giffy the giraffe being a part of many bedtime stories.
Molly Meg’s bamboo stools look like giant candies, perfect for those with a bit of a sweet tooth. They are made in many colors, two different sizes and the concave shape makes the stools comfortable as seats. As well as being a cute accessory to the kids’ room, they have a hollow rear end so you can use them as storage baskets when not in use.
Since the colors of these stools are not too childish, they can be easily reused throughout the house. Bring them to the living room for coffee table height seating, or use for outdoor resting.
Your child’s creativity should not go unappreciated, but the process of framing everything can be time consuming, and the glass front of a frame can cramp and curtail the more textured masterpieces. These cute metallic frames are easy to use and have no glass top, so you can frame all the art and craft that your child proudly presents to you.
Kids live in a world of their own and a chair buddy can help add more fun to their narrative. These soft armchairs for tiny tots can be personalized with their name on the front or back. The seat cover is made from 100% cotton canvas, making it easy to clean.
Aren’t these adorable! Rather than regular laundry baskets, you can have these silly characters guarding the dirty laundry. They come as a DIY package and are super easy to assemble. All you need is beginner level stitching experience. These cute monster bags could also be a great way to teach your kids to put their clothes in the laundry; and that would be one less thing you need to do around the house.
Isn’t this genius? A rug that can be used to play on and play with. These rugs come with different patterns on top for fun playtime. The bumps on top create an interesting pattern and texture. These rugs are hand-tufted and easy to clean. The colors are long lasting and the colorful patterns will make their room more lively.
These Sleepy Dolly cushions are absolutely adorable. Made with 100% cotton, they come in various shapes. I love the cute sleeping stars and unicorns the most. They are an ideal sleep time buddy and also a stunning decor accessory.
It’s hard to deny, but I’d quite like most of these items for my own room. From the adorable to the practical, I hope these fun storage ideas will help with your children’s room redecoration.
What are your favorite items? How do you decorate your kids’ rooms?