This travel-inspired kids' bedroom features wall-to-wall map murals, including artwork on the tray ceiling, an over-the-top airplane bed where the "pilot" can board his or her bed via built-in steps, and a cozy, cushioned daybed with underseat storage and extra pillows for comfort.
Dreamy Kid's Travel-Themed Bedroom With Airplane-Shaped Bed
For the kid who loves planes, an aviation-inspired bedroom is the dream. A retro biplane bed sits in the center of the room surrounded by floor-to-ceiling maps, painted clouds on a tray ceiling and a compass-shaped ceiling medallion.
Painted clouds and city streets provide a fun and playful backdrop for this kid's bedroom. The contemporary bunk bed includes a fireman pole and slide for exciting exits from the top bunk. A hanging globe chair creates a comfortable swing above the blue and green checked rug, and an airplane light fixture is the perfect touch to complete the space.
Bunk Beds, Model Airplane Display Set the Stage for Fun Sleepovers
A pair of bunk beds makes this the perfect spot for sleepovers. A fun black-and-white pattern is carried from the triangle wall decals to the graphic-print bedspreads and white, Danish-style furniture. Model airplanes are hung in a group from the ceiling to give this kids' room its own mini airshow.
An industrial black chandelier adds a mature element to this kid's bedroom but a fun playhouse bed balances out the "grown-up" details. Classic black and white striped curtains won't have to be changed when the little one gets older.
Kid-friendly style is so sophisticated in this boy's bedroom that mixes cool graphic prints with pops of bright color. The resulting look is rich with personality and details, like the midcentury bed and desk, that can grow along with the room's owner.
Using Benjamin Moore's Newburyport Blue as the backdrop, Jenn Feldman Designs created a fun, Americana themed space for a race car loving kid, with seating for mom and dad and their other two sons to jump on in. By creatively angling the twin bed and it's frame, JFD was able to add seating and play space for all to gather, all while keeping the details fun for a fantastic four-year-old kid!
Could anything be cozier, but also cuter than this ultra-charming child's bedroom with four bunk beds for sleepovers, a comforting palette of navy wall paint and a use of hides and antlers and other natural world details to tie even this child's room with the organic theme of the rest of the home.
Bright Blue Kid's Room With Built-In Bunk Beds and Gray Shag Rug
Bright blue walls give this kid's bedroom a lively look. Built-in bunk beds are stacked against the wall leaving maximum floor space available. A gray shag rug softens the light hardwood floor and adds a fun texture to the design. Small yellow details add an extra pop of color to the space.