Designer Tips 7 Easy Updates for Kids' Rooms 01/15/2018 Share A few small updates in a room can create a fresh, new look without investing in an entire room makeover. This month our blog is focusing on room refreshes and sharing simple tips to help achieve them. Next up, kids’ rooms. Kids’ rooms are one of the most fun spaces to update because of the use of color, pattern and creativity. Are you ready to give your kid’s room a fun, new update? Here we go! Header image from our own, Meghan Basigner. 1. Creative Paint We are firm believers in the power of paint, especially in a child’s room. However, do something different than painting the whole room. Try painting half of the wall, just one wall, the ceiling, or even try stripes. Be creative. Source: Emily Henderson Source: Cup of Jo Consider these to achieve this look: Source: Amazon Source: Amazon 2. Floors With a Statement Don’t forget about the floor, so anchor your room with a rug. For a big refresh, go bold with color or pattern. For small budgets, go with a smaller accent rug under seating. Source: Amber Interiors Source: Pinterest Loving these rugs to make a statement: Source: Birch Lane Source: Houzz 3. Light it Up Replace that builder grade ceiling light for something you will want people to notice. Good lighting will stay timeless and still look great as your child grows up. BONUS: New light fixtures are one of the best ways to add value to a room. Source: Monika Hibbs Source: Drop it Modern Switch out your lighting with these: Source: Pier 1 Source: All Modern 4. Pattern-Filled Walls Wallpaper can make a big statement in a room. If you are scared of permanent wallpaper, give temporary wallpaper a chance. For small budgets, use temporary wallpaper on just one of the walls and make it the focal point in the room. Source: Livettes Wallpaper Source: Kates Creative Space Check out some of these amazing wallpapers: Source: Chasing Paper Source: Swag Paper 5. Take a Seat A room is instantly more inviting when there are places to sit, and a kid’s room is no exception. Add a small play table with chairs, a coffee table with stools or poufs or an accent chair. Source: Nicole Hollis Source: Chango & Co Some beautiful seating options: Source: Wayfair Source: Anthropologie 6. Dress Up the Bed The bed is the main piece of furniture in a room so make it look special. Replace the whole bedding set for a brand new look or simply replace the throw pillows or the comforter for a quick and easy refresh. Source: The Glitter Guide Source: Paulet Paula Spruce up the bed with these: Source: Land of Nod Source: Pottery Barn Kids 7. Stunning Storage The ever-growing toy collection is the trickiest part of all kid rooms, so why not make the toy storage pretty? Kids are always accumulating more toys so having extra bins and baskets on hand are the best places to start. Source: Oh Eight Oh Nine Source: Winter Daisy Loving these fun storage baskets: Source: Birch Lane Source: Land of Nod Want extra help creating a new bedroom design for your kids? Our professional, online designers would love to help you find new lighting, update the bedding or recommend a fun accent wall in your budget. Start your project now! This post may contain affiliate links, meaning at no additional cost to you, we will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. All opinions and recommendations are our own.