Kids get the coolest snacks, the coolest toys, the coolest sneakers. It only follows suit then that they get the coolest rooms.
The trick when designing for young kids is to build a foundation of a room that can easily adapt to the changing definition of "cool" throughout their stages of life. For a toddler, coolness might mean a wide open, soft area to learn to walk and play on. For elementary kids, it might mean the addition of a Lego table. For tweens, it might mean more dedicated display storage for trophies or hobbies, or (in the case of an example below) the addition of a climbing wall.
Take a scroll to see some of our favorite rooms, specifically tuned to the needs of kids in very specific stages of life:
Deer Wall Mount by Softheads ($205)
"Watermelon" by Katie Kimmel ($262)
Wacky Mug by btw ceramics ($33)
Design by Consort, Photo by Mat Sanders via Pinterest
"Green Ocean" by Nicole Cohen ($2035)
Teal Hutan Lumbar Pillow ($215)
Quilt No. 9 by Louise Gray ($410)
Black Paint Dot Lumbar Pillow ($205)
Photo by The Animal Print Shop via Pinterest
Tiger Cream and Black Rug by Nordic Knots (from $289)
Design by Jo Dabrowski and Andrew Fisher Photo by Anette O'Brien via Pinterest
Round Wooden Accent Table ($1,135)