27 Epic Nurseries and Kids Rooms That Will Make You Cry Over Your Old Room

Remember those simple twin beds and maybe even a poster or two that donned the walls of your childhood bedroom? Yeah, it was homey, but among all of the amazing nurseries and kids rooms that we see these days, they are so totally lame in comparison.

Whether you are an expecting parent or someone who just appreciates awesome interior design, prepare to be amazed, and maybe a little bit envious.

Here are some epic nurseries and kids’ rooms that will make you wish you could go back in time and redesign your own childhood space.

27 Epic Nurseries and Kids’ Rooms

1. Twinkle, Twinkle Litlle Star

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2. Soccer Kids Room

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3. Magical Pastel Toddler Room

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4. Nordic Toddler Room

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5. Teddy Bear Room

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6. Sweet Bunny Room

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7. Rainbow Kids Room

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8. Swan Room

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9. Astronaut Twin Room

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10. Modern Boy Room

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11. Eco Chic Kids Room

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12. Pastel Pink Nursery Room

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13. City Safari Twin Room

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14. Abstract and White Kids Room

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15. Stich Inspired Room

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16. Eclectic Scandi Kids Room

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17. Minimalist Toddler Room

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18. Woodland Kids Room

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19. Pastel Boho Kids Room

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20. Enchanted Castle

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21. Outer Space

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22. Modern Minimalism

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23. The Force is Strong with this one

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24. Go Wild – Grow Wilder

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25. Make Jack Sparrow Proud

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26. Live in a Fairytale

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27. For the Golden Child

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My Whimsical Wonderland

Think of a fairy tale room: soft pastel walls with an enchanted forest hand-painted in the form of murals and friendly creatures peeking from behind trees.

Delicate fairy lights drape over the canopy of the bed, providing an inviting nook for storytime before lights out. The pièce de résistance? A treehouse loft bed that doubles as a secret hideout.

This is a room that sparks a child’s imagination and will send them off to sleep with visions of magical adventures.

Design Tip: Use a soft color palette, natural elements like wooden furniture and plush textiles, and, of course, lots of fairy lights for that magical glow.

Paradise of the Space Explorer’s Haven

A space-themed room is a must for a future astronaut. Now, picture the walls painted in dark blue or black with stickers of luminous stars and planets.

There is a bed styled like a rocket ship in the center, model spacecraft on shelves, and a pile of books on astronomy large enough that their fascination with the cosmos can persist.

Set the mood with a fiber-optic starlit ceiling—that will change bedtime into an interstellar experience.

Design Hint: Space-themed bedspreads, curtains, and rugs can tie it all together. Fun, educational touches come through planet-shaped lamps and astronaut figurines.

The Minimalist Modernist

Who said a child’s room could not be elegant and original? A modern minimalist nursery takes cues from clean lines, neutral colors, and functional furniture.

Think Scandinavian design, but with some fun thrown in there: a sleek crib, a stylish changing table that will eventually be a dresser, and open play space.

Soft, natural textiles, with organic cottons and woolen fabrics, give the room its coziness, while its geometric mobiles add to the visual interest of the space.

Design Tip: Use a color scheme of white, grey, and soft pastels. Multifunctional pieces should be used for furniture to achieve a clutter-free look.

The Escapades of the Adventurer’s Escape

The room with the theme of world travel is likely to set the little one with the adventurous spirit on fire. Just imagine the vintage map mural on one wall, the bed shaped like an old-time suitcase, and shelves full of globes, travel books, and other country knick-knacks.

An added teepee tent provides fun play space, world flags add in an educational aspect, and photos of famous landmarks round out the design.

Design Tip: Add some of those DIY features to your room, such as a pin board map that your little one can use to mark places they have already visited or would love to visit very much. Use decoration items from different cultures so as to create curiosity and learning inside them.

The Artistic Atelier

Go for a room with an arts theme, full of bright and inspirational colors, an easel, with a canvas ready for the next masterpiece, and all the needed storage for their supplies.

One great addition is to incorporate an ease-of-use chalkboard or whiteboard on one wall so that spontaneous doodling is now interesting.

Sprinkle touches of displays of their artwork around the room so that it feels like they are in a personal gallery.

Design Note: Include some easy-to-clean surfaces and materials that can be washed. Open shelving for supplies and work in process. Leave room for a table and chairs to make this a permanent art area.

The Fairytale Fantasy

A room that feels like a fairytale will make bedtime a nightly adventure. Think: princess castles, dragon lairs, or knight fortresses. A bed shaped like a royal carriage or a castle canopy creates a dreamy sleeping area.

Add luxurious, plush bedding, a chandelier and wall decals of mythical creatures to perfect the look.

Design Tip: Don’t be scared to go completely over-the-top with the theme. The more fanciful and fantastical, the better. Sprinkle a few faux fur rugs and ornate picture frames here and there for that touch of royalty.

Conclusion

Nurseries and kids’ rooms created today focus on comfort and functionality. Design-wise, today’s kid spaces are meant to be the place where imaginations should fly and curiosity should be fed.

From the whim of a fairy tale to the coolness of modern sleekness, there’s something to accommodate every kid’s personality and interests. And, to be honest, don’t they make you just a bit nostalgic for the simple four walls and a bed of your own childhood?

If only we could go back in time and give our younger selves a room as epic as these!

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Julie Higgins
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Julie is a Staff Writer at momooze.com. She has been working in publishing houses before joining the editorial team at momooze. Julie's love and passion are topics around beauty, lifestyle, hair and nails.

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