How can I design a boy’s bedroom? What are some design styles?
you’re a first-time parent expecting a new bundle of joy or already have
a few wildlings running around the house, designing a kids room is something every parent can
enjoy–especially if you are fostering the wild imagination of your
young boy. Say goodbye to that messy room over-cluttered with action
figures and ripped posters and hello to an organized and practical
three main design styles for a boy’s bedroom: You can go with
thematic or color based designs, or you can stick with function and
design your boy’s bedroom with practicality in mind. There are
limitless thematic based designs to choose from, but designing his
room with his favorite cartoon character or sport will bring out his
individual personality. Jungle, forest, racing and pirate themed
rooms are among the top choices for most young boys.
based designs speak for themselves. Neutral color schemes are
preferred for matching with furniture or a Scandinavian interior, but
you might also think about decorating the space his favorite color.
based designs are the ones we root for. These rooms have furniture
like bunk beds and double as a studying room or playground.
I choose the right color?
a few factors to consider when picking your boy’s room color. His
temperament, the furniture in the room, the amount of natural light,
and the size of the room are all things to take into account.
boy’s bedroom colors are blue, brown, and gray, and these are also
colors that will calm a child. If your boy is particularly energetic,
you’ll want to make his sleeping place a place of calm and respite.
Neutral colors like beige and white are perfect for smaller boy’s
bedrooms that need to look more spacious. Earth tones like green and
yellow also give off this effect and both schemes pair excellently
with natural materials like wood, which in turn add more
sophistication to the space.
colors and patterns create a fun-loving and inspirational atmosphere.
When working with multiple colors, you can choose to have an accent
wall to make it the focal point of the room. Alternatively, painting the bottom and top halves of the walls and blending the colors in the
middle is also a great way to fuse colors. We’ve seen this work
particularly well with analogous colors, like blue and green. One tip
for this kind of design is to put the darker color on the bottom half
so the room doesn’t shrink visually.
kind of furniture would be best?
best boys bedroom decorating ideas incorporate practical furniture
that blends seamlessly with style. The type of furniture you choose
depends entirely on the function and space of the room. Before
deciding on any piece of furniture, you want to make sure you have
enough room to fit everything comfortably. Then, you can focus on
style to fit your boy’s tastes.
furniture options include bunk beds, desks with multiple drawers for
storage, small tables, or a sofa. Bunker beds allow you to add extra
storage underneath, or if you get a model that has a built-in dresser
or a few drawers, you can eliminate a dresser from the room entirely.
A desk is something most Malaysians consider essential in any kid’s
room. With a desk, your boy can complete his homework or do crafts
and his room will be transformed into a dual work and play room.
Small, low-lying tables are also a good choice for these purposes and
make it easier for your little one to sit on the floor and play.
is one critical element that any boy–or child for that
matter–should have, and that is a play area. For your boy’s
bedroom to be his own, he needs space to play with his toys and roll
are some boys bedroom decorating ideas?
more than just furniture that decorates a room. One aspect you can
experiment with is the lighting. Mood lights are never a bad idea–in
addition to ambient lighting, a few small lamps with red, purple or
green bulbs will add an exciting element, and you can coordinate
colors to match the interior theme. For example, if you fill your
boy’s room with nautical stickers of fish and aquatic vegetation,
bring in a few blue light bulbs to make it really feel like you’re
underwater. If you have a space theme, icicle lights will make you
feel like you’re surrounded by stars.
boards are a very popular accent in Malaysian homes. The idea of
customizing the board on a daily basis allows your boy’s
imagination to run rampant, as well as give him the opportunity to
practice and improve his penmanship and spelling. Another
inspirational decor style is the around-the-world theme. Posters with
local or world maps will not only impart geographical knowledge, but
will give rise to a child who will want to explore the world.
are the easiest elements to make fit. Curtains, pillows and bed
spreads can all be modified to fit the overall theme you’ve chosen.
are some storage ideas for optimizing space?
space is important in any room, but especially a boy’s room where
you’re going to want all the space available for playing.
you opted out of the bunker bed, regular beds still offer space
saving ideas–all you need are a few bins that slide underneath the
bed to keep clothes or toys in, or purchase a bed that has built-in
storage drawers. Sofas are ideal when your boy has guests and they
add a fun, soft element to the room. Going with more multifunction–if
you have the space, get a sofa bed.
you’ve run out of floor room, you can turn to floating shelves. The
best way to display your boy’s interest is to have them arranged
neatly on a shelf for everyone to see. Present his favorite books,
action figures or trophies proudly and know you’ve added decoration
and practicality all in one.