All children's room pictures

If you’re looking for children’s bedroom ideas, you’ve come to the right place. We have 100s of pictures to inspire you, whether you’re creating a traditional children’s room, a modern children’s room or country children’s room . Happy decorating!

  • Child's nursery in neutral tones

    A combination of white and taupe walls keep this nursery calm and soothing as well as fresh and airy. Well thought out white furniture will stand the test of time and is arranged perfectly for easy baby changing. The lulling colours create the perfect subtle backdrop for just a few whimsical wall stickers to keep a child interested but not over-stimulated. 

    Wall stickers
    Wall Art Direct

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    Mamas and Papas

  • Neutral children's bedroom with blue bedding

    Enchanting Christmas decorations makes this soothing children’s room festive for the holiday season. A calming palette of cream and powder blue is given a little activity with woodland inspired decorations little one’s will love. A neutral linen Roman blind allows letter bunting to stand-out while a soft toy reindeer head makes an adorable and playful style statement.

    Reindeer head

  • Children's bedroom with striped wallpaper

    Everything about this teenager’s bedroom is uplifting and happy. The girlish rainbow striped feature wall sets the colour palette of hot pink and turquoise and is continued with vibrant bed linen and blinds. A white wooden bed and neutral carpet keeps the scheme balanced and inviting. Placing the bed centrally suggests a grown up element which will not only appeal to youngsters but allows for extra storage. 

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  • Child's white bedroom with orange accents

    In a child’s bedroom, go for a plain white palette that is easy to update. Here white walls and furniture and a cream backdrop allow colour to be introduced through accessories. Decorative fabric in bright orange and a graphic print blind add the interest, while a London Underground map festooned with a string of lights makes a feature of the chimney breast.

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    John Lewis

  • Child's fun bedroom filled with pattern and colour

    Be bold and bright in a child’s room. This lovely scheme features floral bedding and an animal-print blind and pulls in colourful ball lighting, fun wall art, cushions and bunting as pretty finishing touches. Keeping all the patterned elements to accessories rather than main decorating features, such as wallpaper, means that the room is easy to tweak and amend as your little one grows and tastes change.

    Similar blind fabric
    Prestigious Textiles

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  • Children's bedroom with rose print wallpaper and bunting

    Pretty rosebud wallpaper and floral bunting make the room friendly and even the toys, such as the Victorian doll’s house, have a vintage feel. The crisp simplicity of the white painted bedroom furniture complements the patterned wallpaper, while tall ceilings provide plenty of room for fun wall art.

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    Wallpaper Direct

    Similar doll’s house
    Sue Ryder

  • Vintage-style child's bedroom

    A few vintage touches give this children’s room a timeless and elegant look. Warm cream walls are restful and offset pale grey antique furniture beautifully. The delicate floral bedspread adds a little fairy-tale magic, while bunting and homemade paper chains create a charming country vibe.

    Susie Watson Designs

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    French Finds

  • Children's twin bedroom with fun Christmas decorations

    Transform a children’s room into a jolly Christmas den. Dainty star wallpaper and polka-dot-and-robot bedding form a fun backdrop that’s perfect for siblings sharing a room. Pale blue cladding creates a handy shelf for a mix of both modern and traditional ‘young-at-heart’ decorations, while a subtle white Christmas tree keeps the room from looking too cluttered. 

    White Christmas tree

    Noel LightsDobbies

  • Modern child's room with white walls and themed soft furnishings

    Children’s rooms need to be bright and fun – add some colour with throws, accessories and painted furniture. Decorate explorer style with map prints that show off your globe-hopping prowess. A palette of primary colours is ideal for a child’s room, especially at Christmas time. Presents have been covered in brown paper and tied with some bright ribbon for a pop of colour.

    Similar map print
    Not on the High Street

  • Girl's bedroom with motif wallpaper and iron bedstead

    Decorated in pale pink accents, this girl’s bedroom is the perfect girly haven. A classic iron bedstead dressed with pretty, motif bed linen and a purple satin throw creates a traditional look in this cosy bedroom. Use a shelving unit to display trinkets, toys and knick-knacks for a vintage touch. 


    Nina Campbell

    Les Habits Neuf

    Lulu & Nat

  • Modern bedroom with patterned wallpaper and motif bed linen

    Homespun style continues to be a winner on the design front. A button-emblazoned children’s wallpaper adds oodles of character to a children’s room. Going gender-neutral is a practical decorating choice for a nursery or for when a boy and girl are sharing a room. Keep the prettiest dresses on display to express personality and provide an eclectic and unique arrangement.


    Castles for Rascals

  • Child's white bedroom with grey modular wall storage

    The eaves of this child’s bedroom have become a strong feature thanks to its large and intricate shelf display. Mounting dark grey shelving and storage on a plain white walls helps make the space feel special. A wall of modular storage with separate cubby holes is ideal for organising children’s toys and books and a dazzling sunburst mirror adds individual style.

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  • Teen blue bedroom with pineapple bedding

    Choose a mix of patterns for a whimsical bedroom. A teen bedroom is a great place to play with pattern to make a fun and pretty space. Powder blue walls create a soothing backdrop to a delicate feature wall filled with flowers and birds. Alongside, ditsy rose storage boxes and punchy pineapple bedlinen are all tied together by the same pastel colour palette. A blue wardrobe blends into its background while white furniture keeps the room balanced and feminine.

    Laura Ashley

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    And So To Bed

  • Child's wardrobe with multicoloured pom pom garland

    This all-white bedroom has been perked up with a refreshing mix of turquoise and hot pink. The eye-popping colour combination is a great choice for any youngster who wants something a little zingier than just pink. A striking mirror introduces an exotic touch, while the colourful pom-pom garland is quirky and fun.

    Similar mirror
    Graham and Green

    Pom pom garland
    Not on the High Street

  • Child's vibrant pink and turquoise bedroom

    Mixing two strong and contrasting colours against a neutral background can create a stunning effect. Here the focal point of a child’s bedroom is the turquoise bedstead – pink and white bedding make it extra-gorgeous and picking out the turquoise in lightly patterned blinds and cushions keeps the look fresh and fun.

    Blind fabric
    Clarke & Clarke

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    Textile Warehouse

  • Pale blue and taupe nursery with polka-dot wallpaper

    Create a soothing bedroom for your baby with a calming combination of soft blue and subtle taupe. Delightful baby-blue polka-dot wallpaper adds subtle definition, while star-themed accessories nod to the loveable lullabye that can be sung to your baby from the inviting nursing chair tucked neatly in the coner. Decorative country bunting ties the gentle scheme perfectly together.

    Similar wallpaper
    Wallpaper Direct

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    Mamas & Papas

  • Children's room with mini table and chairs and chalkboard wall

    Children love to mimic the older generations with role play, so grown-up furniture scaled down to their size will not only delight them but encourage them to develop concentration skills. This stylish Eames-style table and chair would make a cute as well as stylish addition to a child’s bedroom or playroom. The clever chalkboard wall behind utilises an otherwise unused wall and will keep little artists busy for hours in their very own creative corner.

    Chalkboard paint

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    Stones Butterfly

  • Child's neutral bedroom with black and yellow accents

    This child’s high-ceilinged bedroom has been given a fun personality with quirky finds. Neutral curtains and a cream backdrop keep the space light and bright, while a large black chalkboard wall and modern graphic moon print carves add quirky character. White wood furniture keeps the look contemporary and a yellow lamp, mobile and 3D letter lift the scheme with fresh pops of bright colour.

    Mini Eames table and chair
    Great Little Rooms

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  • Children's bedroom with orange fox motif wallpaper

    This fun filled boy’s bedroom is packed with colour and design to create a modern, dramatic impact. A loveable and lean fox character fills a wall with zingy mischief while vibrant striped bedlinen picks out his vibrant coat all the more. A graphic pillow standards out in harmonising blue echoing the quirky woodland theme. A grey carpet and headboard is an effective shade to tone the look down.

    John Lewis

  • Patriotic red and blue boys bedroom

    The Patriotic red and blue colours has brought this ‘Tween’ box-shaped, children’s room to life. The funky feature wallpaper celebrates British Architecture with illustrated sketches and a central mounted Union Jack canvas embraces the theme. Smart striped bed linen is jazzed up with quirky graphic cushions while a red gingham rug ties the whole fun look together.


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