Children’s Bedroom Inspiration

Are you one of the many parents who struggle deciding how to decorate your children’s bedrooms? We’ve found a few properties which have wonderfully designed children’s bedrooms to give you some inspiration!

First up is this stunning nine bedroom property in Salford that offers a modern family home with fantastic grounds. This cute and cosy bedroom is perfect for any little girls or boys who love princesses!

Next up is this stunning four bedroom barn conversion in Reigate. We love the natural light and views from the property. We thought this bedroom would be perfect for twins! With a smart layout and design makes this a bedroom that will never go out of fashion.

This wonderful four bedroom townhouse in London Colney really caught our eye. With so much space, natural light and an enviable location really makes this a perfect family home. The colour and décor in this bedroom really shows off  a lovely personality and brings so much character to the room- we love it!  

This stunning five bedroom Grade II property is located in the historic setting of Bristol’s Harbourside and Docks. With  a blend of period features and modern convenience, this property would be a wonderful place to call home. We love the bright walls and with the large windows and smart drawers makes this bedroom look very spacious.

Next up is this impressive and very spacious four-bedroom home located near Cardiff. We adore the idea behind the bedroom – just adding a few bright and fun décor items has made this an exciting bedroom for many children!

Last but not least is this three bedroom property in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire. This impressive character home retains many original features with a modern touch. This bedroom looks extremely slick and stylish, with a simple design with strong features is a great look. What a great way of maximising space having the desk underneath the bed!?

 

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