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10 Colorful Kids Room Interior Decor Ideas

10 Colorful Kids Room Interior Decor Ideas 10 Colorful Kids Room Interior Decor Ideas

In fact, we believe that keeping walls white or gray and adding in smaller bits of color gives you even more possibilities to make a kids room creative and playful. That, and it will keep you from repainting when they outgrow lime green or Barbie pink walls in three years. Trust us.

View in galleryCool room with curved walls and bright accessories

So many sweet accent pieces in this room, but we love the ombre dresser, bed pillows, and pompom rug.

View in galleryNeopolitan room theme from floor to ceiling with bright pink accents

In the Bucket List family’s Hawaii home the children’s bedroom has a Kenya theme complete with custom built-in bunk beds set off with an orange and white striped rug and a blue dresser.

Inspired by the original decor in the 1970s Paris building where he lives with his family, French architect and designer Thierry Lemaire sheathed the walls and ceiling of his teenage son’s bedroom in black-and-white wallpaper that evokes Pop and Op Art. A black lacquered headboard, a punching bag suspended from the ceiling, vertical shades, and overhead track lighting complete the bachelor-pad vibe.

View in galleryWhite and blue striped rug in a room with bunk beds

When it comes to finding colorful accents, first consider what your child already has. Children’s books and stuffed animals are often fun colors, so put them in a place that doubles as decor. Wall decals, bedding, and rugs all can add color and pattern to a kids room, but can be easily changed with age.

 The bedframe, the curtains, the record player — the details in this modern bohemian bedroom make it bold without being overwhelming. We love the sheets, too.

A young man’s room features a display of what he loves most, including a signed snowboard on the ceiling and a skateboard and guitar next to the bed.

This is a more minimalist child’s room. It’s very airy and bright which is quite uncommon. It’s also great for the kids because they have plenty of room to play and move around. The walls, ceiling and floor are all white and they serve as a nice, neutral background for all the bold, colorful pieces of furniture used for the interior décor. But even so, the colors used are only three: yellow, orange and green.

Stuffed animals and brightly colored book spines add youthfulness to a contemporary bedroom.

In the daughter’s bedroom of a Hamptons retreat, the linens are by E. Braun & Co., the vintage lamps were found in San Francisco, the pouf is from John Derian and the wallpaper is by Osborne & Little; the walls and ceiling are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Dove Wing.

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What fun colors and accessories have defined your kids room ideas? We’d love to hear from you, so leave us a comment below!

Hanging tutus and other dress up clothes puts them at easy reach for imaginative kids, and decorates the space beautifully at the same time.

The eye is immediately drawn to the silhouetted pine tree decals, but the rustic accents in the rest of this nursery (like the unique crib textiles) make it feel like a modern cabin.

For the children’s bedroom in a turn-of-the-century summer house near Stockholm, a Swedish couple chose whimsical cowboy-themed wallpaper by designer Cath Kidston. The lamp is an Isamu Noguchi design.

Described as “a fun spot to chill, play, and dream,”this black and white bedroom in a Tribeca loft is a chic take on a traditional sports theme, with furniture by Oeuf, a custom Madeline Weinrib rug, lighting by Atelier De Troupe and Iacoli & Mcallister, and wallpaper by Ferm Living.

Geography is certainly a theme in trendy kids’ rooms, and offers just the right amount of adventure for any young explorer. In this kid-friendly Manhattan duplex, the son’s bedroom features a bed by DucDuc and a womb chair by Knoll. Meanwhile, the futuristic pendant light is by Kartell, the map decal is by Dezign With a Z and the felt rug is by Patterson Flynn Martin.

For the girl’s bedroom, a playful style in the children’s room is centered around vintage artwork, such as the cast aluminum antlers purchased at auction. The side chair is vintage Milo Baughman, reupholstered in Rogers & Goffigon fabric, and the chest is from CB2. The accent table is from West Elm. A floor pillow, also from West Elm, enhances the youthful atmosphere.

A custom-made window treatment hangs above a headboard designed by Lisa Fine, the bedding is by Leontine Linens, the lacquer bedside tables are by Bungalow 5 and the striped carpet is by Paul H. Lee Carpets & Rugs.

In the Westchester, New York, home of designer Katie Ridder and architect Peter Pennoyer, their daughter resides in a dreamy oasis infused with springtime colors.

A statement wall does just that, and does it exceptionally well with the addition of a sun and a few pillowy-cloud decals. Call it the room of our dreams.

Of course, a colorful child’s room doesn’t necessarily mean an amalgam of colors. You can focus on two or three colors and use them throughout the room. For example, this lovely room has a color palette composed of yellow, blue and orange, a beautiful and refreshing combination. The rug also adds a few extra touches of colors for contrast.

Someone loves foxes, and we love this room. Though highly modern, the wood paneling, teepee-style bookshelf, and “tent bed” make this room positively kiddish and outdoorsy.

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In a Manhattan apartment designed by Steven Gambrel, a boys’ room features monogrammed headboards by Leontine Linens. The wallpaper is by Phillip Jeffries, the carpet is by Stark, and the trim is painted in Pratt&Lambert’s Garnet.

“I bought the poster twin beds [second one not shown] long before I had a son. I knew they’d be perfect for a little boy’s room one day,” says Mandy Reeves of her Tennessee home via Country Living. She painted them a handsome shade of gray-green (Rosemary by Sherwin-Williams) that will easily transition from tot to teen. For now, they’re right at home alongside a fabric reindeer bust and dog prints (enlarged from Rifle Paper Co.)

The tree decals are a bit more subtle in this nursery, where white pops on gray walls. Colorful birds add playfulness and warmer hues.

The girl’s room in that same loft has a magical and dreamy aesthetic achieved with a light and airy palette of whites and blush. A hand made swan by Tamar Mogendorf accents the wall.

The style of the children’s bedroom in this restored rectory complements the overall design, but it leaves room for a little playfulness. The trundle beds come from Tasha Beds; the bed cushions, from Neptune. Beside the beds, the dome wall lights are from Original BTC, and overhead, the star-printed lampshade is from Jim Lawrence. A Balineum laundry basket serves as a catch-all space for storage and dirty laundry.

This pick of diamond removable wallpaper adds a bit of whimsy but looks adult enough to redecorate the room for a growing girl.

In the Paris apartment she shares with her partner and their children, French fashion designer Alix Thomsen arranged a collection of vintage and contemporary toys and superhero figures on the shelves above her son’s bed. A boldly striped fabric attached to the wall serves as the headboard.

A bold wallpaper can be mostly monotoned and still make a big statement in a kids room.

In a bohemian Manhattan apartment, the daughters’ bedroom is furnished with IKEA beds, dressed in linens from Little Auggie, and a table-and-chairs set by Svan. Artwork by Mark Wilson hangs on the wall and the vintage yatak rug is from Turkey.

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Nursery and kids’ rooms are very different from the rest of the rooms in the house. First of all, they’re destined to a certain category of age so they need to have a décor that reflects that. Also, they need to be extra safe and friendly. So when decorating a child’s room you usually have to orient towards bold and vivid colors and fun and friendly shapes. Let’s take a look at a few stylish examples.

Though the walls are neutral, this room is packed with colors and patterns that pop. Even teenage girls wouldn’t mind sharing this room.

The accents of triangles, stripes, and circles in this room add interest and playfulness to this Scandinavian space.

Designer Jonathan Adler combined vivid colors and graphic patterns to create a playful yet tailored look in a child’s room in a Manhattan apartment; the gingham bed curtains and yellow highboy are vintage, the wallpaper is by Cary Leibowitz and the rug is by Adler.

View in galleryGreen and turquoise are two bright colors if you combine

The collection of children’s books and mixing of patterns on this bed compliment the cool tones in the rest of the kids room, leading to a youthful-yet-sophisticated style.

When three’s company, the room needs to be good. Platform and lofted beds save space and look simple, leaving accent pieces such as books and pillows to create the kid-vibes.

The beds in the children’s room at this Nantucket home are by Flou, and the Dakota Jackson lounge chair and ottoman are upholstered in a Holland & Sherry linen.

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A jaunty nautical theme runs through a boy’s room in the Manhattan apartment of actress Jennifer Creel, which was designed by her sister, Suzanne Coleman Bancroft; the signal flags are vintage and the wallpaper features a lighthouse motif.

In Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent’s Los Angeles home, a pink upholstered twin bed is set off with a gold and white themed gallery wall.

In here, even though pink is still a very strong color, it’s mixed with other bold shades such as yellow and orange. Also, the very strong green vegetation that can be seen outside the windows adds a nice contrast. Green is a color that, even though not present in the room itself, is still a big part of the interior décor.

The founders of the tile firm Popham Design embraced pattern and playful color in their Marrakech house, especially in their five-year-old daughter’s room. The vintage chair is by Eero Aarnio and a pendant light is by Claire Norcross. The feather headdress is from Cameroon and the floor tiles are Popham Design’s Hex Knot.

If there’s one example of the power of accent pieces, this is it. Throw blankets and pillows bring out the colors of a tropical print, and the result is a kids room as tranquil as the beach itself.

In the boys’ bedroom of a Canadian lakehouse, a grasscloth wallcovering is by Kravet, bedding is by St. Geneve Linens and Ralph Lauren, and the bedframes and nightstand are by CB2.

Even without the diamond wallpaper, the sweet collection of pillows and stuffed animals under this dreamy canopy would make almost any kid love naptime.

View in galleryCountry turquoise room with a soft green carpet

Pink and teal go together like peanut butter and jelly. We can’t even single out a favorite part of this girly space.

Pink textiles and a strand of feminine garland are all this gray room needs to become the perfect place for a growing girl.

Samuel and Caitlin Dowe-Sandes paved their daughter’s room at their house in Marrakech in starburst floor tiles by their firm, Popham Design. The iron bed is a flea-market find. The light fixture is by Claire Norcross for Luminosity.

Decorator Grant Gibson was responsible for the full wall world map in this vibrant children’s room.

Got some plain white walls? Why not dress them up with some watermelon decals? Carrying the whimsy of the walls are heavily patterned beds in warm colors, and a modern nightstand both kids and adults go crazy for.

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This is by far the most bold and colorful room we found so far. But, even here, the colors aren’t so many. In fact, you can see the color palette displayed on the wall, above the bed. The only colors used for this décor are purple, green and orange. The patterns sued are consistent throughout and all the decorations and accessories match these colors as well.

Tiny bits of red go a long way in this bedroom. Every accent piece is dainty and adds a tiny bit of color. Except the bear.

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This bedframe is a funky statement piece that says “big girl” without saying “too big”. A decal, a floral pillow, and touches of color make this kids room sweet and simple.

In a bedroom at fashion stylist Meredith Melling’s family retreat on Martha’s Vineyard, which was designed by Ariel Ashe and architect Reinaldo Leandro, the bunk beds and walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Fairy Tale Blue, the throws are from Pottery Barn Kids and the rug is Moroccan.

Patterned wallpaper adds a unique touch to a children’s bedroom from Peter Sandel Design, LLC.

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This is an almost all-pink room. It’s a bedroom shares by two girls and, even though it seems like a cliché, pink is a great color in this case. What’s beautiful here is that, even though there’s basically one major color used for the décor, there are still variations of intensity. The yellow pendant lamp is a refreshing addition to the room.

A mix of geometric prints, a flying washi tape airplane, and a few knick-knacks turn this kids room into a space to dream and create.

When decorating a kids room, obnoxiously colored walls don’t have to be your first step.

This is a room featuring mostly pastel colors but it’s still bold and vibrant. The combination of turquoise walls and white window and door frames is a classical. Also, the pale green rug has a very friendly and soft texture and it makes the room feel extra cozy. The soft pouf just adds to that impression. The small details and decorations such as the ones on the bed or nightstand are there for a little extra contrast.

In the boys’ bedroom of a colorful East Hampton home, bunk beds by Pottery Barn Kids are dressed in bedding by Sferra. The bright red, continental wallpaper is byRalph Lauren Home and the rug is by Dash & Albert. In a incredible contrast against the walls and rug, the ceiling is painted in Benjamin Moore’s American Cheese.

The daughter’s bedroom in this Hampton’s townhouse features a vintage daybed upholstered in a Zimmer & Rohde embroidery, a Swedish cabinet, and a 1940s rocker found at a local antiques shop and re-upholstered in romantic floral. The shade fabric is by Pindler.

This kids room comes to life with shelving that showcases a children’s book collection. This makes the books easier to access, looks organized, and the covers add bright colors to an otherwise neutral room. Once the kids are grown, swapping out the toys and books for other accent pieces is simple.

A little overwhelming, but amazingly beautiful. These butterflies stick onto walls like decals. Meaning they look great on, but come off without a fight.

Nautical styles often take on a stuffy and elite aesthetic. This kids room changed that with a with a neon orange desk and accent pieces.

This bed is literally stacked, and we love it. Nautical goes whimsical while a pile of patterns on a bright white canvas. The blueprints in their yellow frames complement the space perfectly.

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This bright white bedroom gets a heavy dose of color with an array of original artwork, bright books, and punches of color in the furniture and rug.

What did your room look like when you were a kid? We’re guessing not exactly like these colorful, creative, and undeniably cool spaces. The bedrooms of these uber stylish children are lessons in judicious editing, inspired ideas, and damn good taste. Looking for something more specific? Check-out our great ideas for decorating boys rooms, girls rooms, and baby nurseries.

A few triangles go a long way on these white walls. With an all black, white and wood color palette, this room remains youthful with cartoonish accent pieces. Where can we get a big cloud pillow for ourselves?

At her Lake Forest, Illinois, home, designer Megan Winters swathed the walls of a bedroom for her niece in a zebra-print wallpaper by Brunschwig & Fils. The bed and ceiling light are vintage, the linens are by Frette and the ottoman is by Oly.

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