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10 Super Sophisticated Kids Room Ideas to Steal

August 23, 2018

Kids' room design trends are getting more classic and sophisticated every day. Peek into these grown-up trends you should steal ASAP.

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Scandinavian Lines

Scandi style is everywhere these days, and we're definitely not mad about it. If you love it too, it's easy to incorporate a few of its main features in your child's room like clean lines, wood elements and lots of white. If you're not ready to go full on the Scandinavian decor, add a few select color accents to warm up the space (think rugs, pillows or art).

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Shiplap Walls

We blame Chip and Jo for our full-on shiplap obsession, but we're all in deep now. The trend, however, actually works just as well for kids' rooms as it does for the rest of your home. It's a great way to add a bit more texture and interest to a room that might have a simpler color palette. Try an easy shiplap accent wall if you want to go with a more minimalist approach.

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Creative Workspaces

Workspace design trends keep getting more creative, and this goes for kids' rooms, too. Wall-mounted desks are a great solution for smaller spaces, and they also allow you to completely customize the room depending on your kid's needs. Kids of all ages can all be accommodated by simply mounting the desks at different heights.

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Embrace the Daybed

Daybeds are truly one of the most versatile and useful pieces of furniture. They're a killer option for smaller spaces (use a daybed instead of a sofa), but they're also perfect in a nursery or kid's room. For new parents who need a spot to get an hour or two of sleep in-between feedings, they're also a great solution. Load up your daybed with some cozy pillows to make the space feel more sophisticated and intentional.

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