Updating your kids’ rooms can be child’s play!

Kids' stuff from Cult Furniture

When redesigning the home, no room should be forgotten about. If the kitchen and living room feel complete and it’s time the kids’ space had a makeover, then you’ve come to the right place.

Those little ones can sometimes be hard to please (don’t we all know it?) but there’s plenty of ways you can ensure a brighter space, encourage creativity and make sure kids are at ease. All this without straying too far away from the overall theme of the home… but where is it possible to curate all these pieces?

Kids' furniture and homeware from Cult Furniture

Unique, contemporary and forever thinking ahead, Cult Furniture is the perfect hub for all your furniture needs and this includes imaginative, vibrant options for tiny tots.

If you’re aiming for a classic look, the Vilac Ride On racing car offers a nod to vintage design, as the Bella wooden kids chair ensures a comfy choice when they’re drawing their masterpieces at a desk or table.

Rethink the lighting in both the nursery and the kids’ playroom using the fun Cinema Light Box, which displays playful messages and incites spelling practice. Meanwhile, the Heart wall light comes in neon red for a chic alternative to a night-light.

Kids' furniture and homeware from Cult Furniture

However, a modern direction isn’t off the cards if you’re shopping Cult’s website. Bring their bedrooms up to date using the Atomic coat hanger, the Hairpin kids stools or the transparent plastic chairs, but the Teepee tent with stars means playtimes will be extra magical!

From classic accessories to more entertaining options, it’s quite possible to stay in keeping with mum and dad’s preferences while letting kids express their own style. It just comes down to the three Cs: colour, creativity and comfort.

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Get their look: Harry’s room

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We’ve probably said it before on here, children’s spaces need not be devoid of good design and décor; they can be quite discerning individuals too! A case in point is the boy’s bedroom as shown above. Harry’s room is decorated thoughtfully and tastefully in red, navy and grey. It’s furnished with design classics such as a red Anglepoise desk lamp and John Moncrieff’s balloon lights. A young person’s room that they won’t grow out of in a hurry!

  1. Seletti Suburbia wall storage solution by Design Note Studio
  2. Memory Balloon ceiling lights by John Moncrieff
  3. Lorna Syson Warwick ‘Red Sky’ fabric
  4. Casadeco Jules et Julie wallpaper
  5. Badger cushion, red
  6. Anglepoise Type 75 mini desk lamp – Signal Red
  7. Wooden train personalised with a name
  8. Phineas desk

Get their look: Harry's room | H is for Home

Get their look: Sophisticated kid’s bedroom

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A kid’s bedroom can often be a tricky thing to decorate. Once a young one grows out of the Disney princess/super hero/football-themed stage, their room will need a complete overhaul. The room pictured above retains a sense of fun, but certainly has a touch of sophistication too.

We love the combination of mustard and grey in the bedding and the sharp contrast of the mint pineapple bedside light. A vintage alphabet chart and felt garland add further decorative interest. And finally, the glimpse through the door shows that there is a lovely flow between spaces – the kid’s room not a sudden, jarring shock when compared to the rest of the house.

  1. Vintage grey Krueger industrial drafting stool
  2. Pineapple light
  3. Star cushion
  4. French ABC poster
  5. Duvet set
  6. Braided jute rug

Get their look: Sophisticated kid's bedroom