Doing up a kids room can be great fun, with lots of bright colours and interesting themes to choose from. Our favourite kid-centric social media accounts help make putting together a functional kids’ room, well, child’s play really!
In a nutshell: ‘A freelance design writer and blogger, Stacey is the author of the award-winning interior design blog The Design Sheppard’.
Why we love it: Stacey’s Pinterest page focuses strongly on interiors, with really easy to navigate categories. The Interiors for Children board has some really cute ideas, especially ideas for innovative bed designs, such as space saving mezzanine beds and bunks. Expect lots of cool colour schemes, including pretty pastels, bright whites and monochrome/grey combos.
In a nutshell: A home and lifestyle board focusing on homemade, handmade and natural ideas.
Why we love it: The No Place Like Home: The Littluns board is bursting with great ideas for things to make, helping to create a unique kids’ space that’s both fun and functional. Brilliantly bright colours feature throughout, and we especially love the ‘how to make a doll’s house’ pins. If you prefer a ready-made doll’s house however, you’ll find lots of lovely wooden ones at George.
In a nutshell: Fun and inspirational family snaps by ‘photo taker and memory maker’ Madelon at The Door in the Wall.
Why we love it: There’s plenty of mess and mayhem on this Instagram account, and the down to earth feel makes us love it even more. Featuring Madelon’s two children and their super stylish home, you can pick up ideas for both boy and girl kids rooms that are fun to play in. Madelon loves lots of white with multi-coloured accents for her kids, and our brilliantly bright polka dot Circus storage tubs are an easy way to get the look.
In a nutshell: Follow the Michalaks life as a family of three through their weekly video diaries.
Why we love it: Hannah, Stef and baby Grayson’s collection of vlogs are like a mini soap opera window into their very stylish family life. This roundup of the week features the reveal of Grayson’s new bedroom, in between trips to the park, soft play, reading class and hot yoga (for mum, not baby!). If you’re inspired by their use of colourful prints and art work to brighten up a blank canvas white room, check out the wall art, frames and kids wall stickers at George Home.
Whether you’re treating your little terror to a total bedroom makeover, or just want to add a few fun touches to freshen up your existing theme, we’ve got all you need for cool, cute kids rooms at George. Follow us on Instagram for some inspiration!