Childen's room wallpaper ideas

Jazz up a children's bedroom scheme with these fun children's wallpaper ideas from Style at Home. For more decorating inspiration, visit housetohome.co.uk

Wallpaper is the perfect choice for a child's bedroom - and you can get some really fun and funky designs that just wouldn't work in other rooms in your home.

While wallpaper used to be a messy affair, it's now much easier to apply and much cheaper, so if they choose a specific print that doesn't last changes to their taste and age, it's not too tricky to re-paper the walls.

Here, we round up the best wallpaper styles for children's bedrooms. Don't start renovating their all-important room without taking a look below and having a read of our colour schemes for children's bedroomsfor more ideas.

Children's room with wood-effect wallpaper
Create a country bedroom look that grows with your child. Here, a soft palette of pale blue is teamed with driftwood-effect wallpaper for a relaxed rustic vibe. Jubilee-style bunting wall stickers on top add a celebratory touch. Continue the patriotic theme with a pretty Union Jack bedspread.

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Wallpaperdirect (opens in new tab)

1/9 Bunting

childrens room with wood effect wallpaper

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Notonthehighstreet.com (opens in new tab)

2/9 Children’s room with nautical striped wallpaper

childrens room with nautical striped wallpaper

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A nautical theme is always a safe bet for a boy's bedroom. Striped wallpaper looks especially seaworthy when running horizontally with a cream and blue contrast. A decorative life buoy and boat shelves keep the look young at heart, while turquoise bed linen and furniture pick out the aqua tones on the wall. Keep the clutter hidden in storage trunks ready for an ocean voyage.

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B&Q (opens in new tab)
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Dorsetgifts.com (opens in new tab)

3/9 Children’s room with vibrant floral wallpaper

childrens room with floral wallpaper

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Give a room a fresh meadow feel with a happy-go-lucky flower print wallpaper. A simple white backdrop is brought to life with a single wallpapered chimney breast in a cheerful turquoise pink and yellow. Continue the look with a vibrant yellow blind and brightly coloured toys and accessories. A cream iron bed gives the room a delicate, pretty touch.

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Graham & Brown (opens in new tab)
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Feather & Black (opens in new tab)

4/9 Teenager’s room with rose wallpaper

teenagers room with rose wallpaper and floral storage trunks

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This teen room has been given grown-up elegance with a country rose feature wall. A decorative bedside table in raspberry adds girlish glamour while pretty floral storage trunks continue the romantic theme. Choose pale candy stripe curtains to blend in and warm the look up with a sumptuous deep pile rug.

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Simliar rug
Dunelm (opens in new tab)

5/9 Pretty children’s bedroom with butterfly wallpaper

childrens room with butterfly wallpaper

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Lift a neutral bedroom with a sugary pink butterfly motif. Cream walls, furniture and bedspread allow a butterfly silhouette wallpaper to take centre stage. A pink lamp and soft rug completes the cute girly style. Create interest with 3D paper decorations and appliqué cushions.

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Marks and Spencer (opens in new tab)
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6/9 Modern boy’s bedroom with pictorial wallpaper

attic bedroom with bedside table and pictorial wallpaper

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Give a young man's bedroom the studious look with a mature wallpaper. Here, an alcove becomes a sophisticated backdrop thanks to a subtle, book-print wallpaper. Perfect as a look that will last, the neutral style can be easily updated with soft furnishings as tastes mature. Add a masculine mark with a simple black bed frame. A royal blue throw adds colour and comfort.

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Feather and Black (opens in new tab)
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Wilko (opens in new tab)

7/9 Children’s room with architectural wallpaper

childrens room with architectural wallpaper

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Make a modern style statement with colourful quirky design. Wallpaper a single chimney breast with a strong pattern to create a fun focal point. Maximise space with white furniture and a mid-sleeper bed to keep the look bright and airy and the focus on the colourful etched wall design. Tie the look together with turquoise bedding and cushions.

Wallpaper

Harlequin Brighton, John Lewis (opens in new tab)
Similar aeroplane mobile
Kidsen (opens in new tab)

8/9 Powder blue nursery with flamingo motif wallpaper

childrens room with rocking chair and cradle bed

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Create a soothing nursery with a palette of powder blue and a beautiful feature wallpaper of wading flamingos. The serene style is continued with cream furniture and a simple, relaxing rocking chair. Complete the decorative look with a smart candy stripe Roman blind to add comfort and to pick out the flamingos' famous pink tones.

Wallpaper
John Lewis (opens in new tab)
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Primrose (opens in new tab)

9/9 Teenage girl’s colourful and crafty bedroom

childrens room with metal bed and wooden flooring

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Transform a girl's bedroom into a carnival of colour and pattern. Your child will express their fun side with a bold hero wallpaper in fuchsia pink and pistachio green. Upcycle an old chest of drawers to fit the scheme and paint an assortment of frames with the leftover paint. Add little extras like pretty pink ribbon bows on door handles and crochet cushions for a perfect feminine finish.

Wallpaper

Wallpaperdirect (opens in new tab)
Cushion
Very (opens in new tab)

Loved this? Take a look at our children's wallpaper product gallery for more inspiration. Need a bed to go in the room take a look at our 10 best children's beds

Rachel Homer has been in the interiors publishing industry for over 15 years. Starting as a Style Assistant on Inspirations Magazine, she has since worked for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines and websites. After starting a family, she moved from being a content editor at Idealhome.co.uk to be a digital freelancer and hasn’t looked back.