Kids don’t need much—a bed, a dresser, a closet, some toys—but if you have the ability, why not give them the bedroom of their dreams? Give them a room that not only fulfills their needs, but also sparks their imagination. With our ideas for amazing kids rooms, you can unleash your kids’ imaginations and give them a room they’ll look back on fondly for years and years to come.
Amazing Kids Rooms
Let’s dig right in with a classic: the princess room. Beyond the opulent decor and royal regalia, the best way to turn an everyday bedroom into a fantasy is by adding a castle. Create a landing fit with turrets and a railing, where your children can reenact their favorite fairy tales. A staircase or two leading up to the balcony gives your child the chance to make a grand entrance.
If your child loves theme parks, fairs, and festivals, make their room into a park by constructing an indoor ferris wheel that can be turned by hand. For safety reasons, you should probably keep it on the small side (so that your kids can’t fit into the baskets themselves). Small baskets are perfect for storing toys and giving rides to teddy bears and Barbies.
Kids love nooks, so give them a place to hide away with an indoor tent. You could construct a permanent tent, like the one above, in a very large room. It would be perfect for sleepovers, reading, or even homework time. But if that would take up too much room, create a small and portable tent that your child could use in their bedroom, a playroom, or even outside.
If you have a very large house (or maybe a lake house) and frequently invite guests to stay, these built-in bunk beds are perfect. Not only will they give sleepover guests a place to rest their heads, but they’re the perfect place for kids to play if you don’t have any guests around. The upper bunk with its ladder and railing could inspire a number of fun acting games.
If you don’t have a treehouse outside, why not build one inside? As I’ve already mentioned, most kids love small, private spaces and they also love to be up high. With an indoor treehouse, you won’t have to worry about a high drop (should they fall), damage to your trees, or not knowing where your child is at. Plus, they’re full of potential. You could add windows and doors, simple railings, a mailbox, a pulley system, or even a connecting bridge (if you make two).
I’ve saved the best for last! If your child loves the water, constructing a boat in their bedroom would be the ultimate Christmas gift. Whether they’re into boats, sea life, or pirates, this project will always be their favorite “toy.” Construct the boat toward the ceiling, maybe with a rope bridge to connect it to the floor, and add portholes, sails, and other equipment. Your child might spend their entire summer playing Peter Pan and Captain Hook.
If you’re interested in amazing kids rooms ideas but can’t decide on one, why not ask your kids? Tell them to draw their dream room and then use that drawing as the basis for a remodeling project (hello, best birthday present ever!). With the help of a contractor, you can make these magical and amazing kids rooms a reality. Contact the Bailey Company to get the house of your dreams.
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