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24 Blue Kids' Rooms We Love

April 13, 2021

Classic and versatile, a blue bedroom can grow with your little one from their toddler to teen years. Browse these designer kids’ bedrooms dressed in baby blue, teal, turquoise, navy and more, and get ideas for your own child’s space.

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Photo: Adam Milliron. From: Alisha Gwen.

Blue on Blue

Monochromatic doesn’t have to mean dull. In this kid’s bedroom, designer Alisha Gwen incorporated various shades of blue – from sky blue to turquoise to navy – to create a lively retreat. Chevron, floral and Suzani patterns feel pulled together thanks to the unified color palette.

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Photo: DANE TASHIMA. From: HGTV Magazine.

Grown-Up Touches

Consider hues that will grow with your child when decorating their bedroom. In this 7-year-old’s room featured in HGTV Magazine, the navy wall color (Stiffkey Blue by Farrow & Ball) feels sophisticated next to the warm wood tones in the West Elm bed and the bench from Target, yet the whimsical wall art and accessories keep things fun.

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Photo: John Woodcock Photography. From: J&J Design Group.

Warm Accents

Certain shades of blue can feel a little cold on their own, but you can warm them up by pairing them with hues like red, orange or pink. In this space, J&J Design Group balanced the aqua walls and bed frames with a coral-colored dresser and bedding with bubblegum-hued details.

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Photo: Catherine Truman. From: Kendall Simmons.

Layers of Pattern

From the watercolor-inspired wallpaper to the delicate floral bedding, designer Kendall Simmons mixed unexpected patterns in this kid’s bedroom to create a lively, eclectic space. The key to keeping the room from feeling too busy is the cohesive color palette of soft blues, pinks and purples.

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