That’s right, moms and dads: boys’ rooms do not have to be cluttered with poster and action figures to present your little guy’s interests. In fact there so many ways to ensure you’ll find the perfect room design for every stage of your little boy. That’s why Kids Bedroom Ideas has selected some boys bedroom ideas that are super stylish. Take a look!
For this home decor project, designer Miles Redd used a crisp blue-and-white color scheme in the children’s room.
What about this boy’s room decorated by Aerin Lauder decorated for her son’s East Hampton bedroom in electric shades of blue? Awesome, right?!
In this colorful boys’ bedroom, bunk beds by Pottery Barn Kids are dressed in bedding by Sferra.
It’s not easy to mix the relaxed California lifestyle with Art Deco glamour, but designer Alison Palevsky pulled off this contemporary boys’ room.
In actress Julianne Moore’s Manhattan loft, her son’s room features a larger-than-life world map with all the attributes like deserts, plateaus, oceans, islands clearly visible.
Blue and gray bedroom with Custom-made bunk beds. Here in kids bedroom, the children sleep on custom designed bunk beds.
In this stylish yet kid-friendly Manhattan duplex, the son’s bedroom features a bed by DucDuc, a womb chair by Knoll, and a pendant light by Kartell.
As seen here with a playful Selma Bortner print above a child’s desk. This boy’s room was decorated by Sheila Bridges.
In actress Jennifer Creel’s Manhattan apartment, early-20th-century signal flags and lighthouse-patterned wallpaper by Carleton V make her son’s room fit for a captain.
In this Manhattan decorated by Steven Gambrel, maps serve as colorful decor in this playful boy’s room.
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