favourite kids bedrooms

Can I just start by saying that a LOT has changed in the style stakes since I was a child. It feels like Australia has progressed in leaps and bounds over the past few years and the interior design world has really started embracing nurseries and children's bedrooms.

I am so on board with this and can't wait until the day comes when I get to decorate my first little baby's nursery. The options when it comes to trendy furniture, wall decals, cushions and storage are absolutely endless!

I know some of my readers are lucky to be mothers so today I wanted to share a few of my favourite kids bedrooms and nurseries.

I still remember my bedroom in primary school - lots of satin, pearly whites and apricot coloured cushions with a cute patchwork quilt, hand sewn dollies and plenty of books. While pearly white and satin apricot aren't exactly in fashion any more, my bedroom had all the elements of a fun space where I could explore, grow, imagine and dream. I think the most important factor when designing a bedroom is ensuring there is enough room to play and learn ... everything else should be an afterthought.

I love all of the following rooms because they really inject a lot of style into a small space, use colour to add personality and have fun nooks/shelves to house treasures and keep kids imagination going strong!

This nursery designed for Sophie Guidolin by Petite Vintage Interiors is divine! I love the soft peach coloured walls mixed with grey, rose gold, white and pink. The most perfect twin girls nursery I have ever seen. As Rachel Zoe would say ... those rose gold cribs are bananas. For more pictures, visit Sophie's blog.

I love the colour combination of this white, pink and orange nursery from Sonja at Tied With a Bouw. Sonja designed this nursery many years ago for her first daughter Allegra and is currently doing up another nursery for her third baby, due very soon. Sonja has incredible taste and you can also find more pictures of her girls' rooms on her blog and Instagram. My favourite part of this nursery would have to be the open wardrobe - the perfect way to show off adorable baby clothes and trinkets.

These three bedrooms were designed by Simone of Honey and Fizz fame. I just love Simone's style - her boy's bedrooms are really unique and personable and the rest of her home is stunning - think a modern boho, beachy vibe.

This cute little shelf vignette is from the gorgeous Amanda at Homely One. I love using shelves in nurseries/kid's bedrooms and think they are the perfect place to store precious items or display gorgeous toys and books.

These cute bedrooms were designed by Hong Henwood, owner of Adorable Style Files. I love Hong's signature styled monochrome bedrooms - perfect for the modern toddler! The gelato coloured girls bedrooms are also beautiful and remind me of Summer days, ballet and icecream!

XX G

Have you designed a children's bedroom lately? If so, please link below - I would love to have a look! Who are some of your favourite kids bedroom designers?

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