You want to create the bedroom of your child’s dreams, but you don’t have much space to work with. We get it—and we’re here to help!
Here are 10 insanely adorable ideas for your child’s small bedroom:
Create a Tent Reading Nook
Reading nooks are a fun, creative way to get your kids reading, but if you’re short on space, it’s always hard to find room to dedicate to play. This tent reading nook is super easy to put together, and it takes up very little space (). Oh, and it looks like an adorable little fairy cave.
Decorate with Pompoms
There are so many ways to decorate with pompoms. Most pompom crafts are super easy—your little one could even help you! You can string them together to make a garland, spell out your child’s name with them, or even weave them together to make a quirky little rug. Any pompom craft will add color and character to your child’s room. Here are some ideas.
Keep That Closet Organized
If your child’s bedroom is tiny, organization is the key to your sanity. Check out some closet organization ideas, and consider making bins for “too small” and “too big” clothes and keeping them close by. That way, you can keep track as you go, rather than sorting through everything at once.
Mountain Wall Shelves
Vertical storage is necessary in any small space, and these mountain wall shelves are the perfect, adorable way to store sweet little trinkets and knick-knacks. They act as both storage and decoration. And anything multifunctional is a win-win in our book.
Buy Some Seriously Cute Cushions
These precious cushions will add a touch or two of cute to your child’s bedroom without taking up too much space. They’re made from 100% merino wool felt and feature hand embroidered detailing, so they are a truly quality, one-of-a-kind addition to any child’s room.
Loft It Up
Bunk beds aren’t just for children with siblings (though they are a great way to create more space in a shared bedroom.) A loft bed is a great way to open up space in a child’s room, so long as they’re old enough to safely climb a ladder. You can use the space underneath for extra storage or make a fun little nook out of it for playtime or naptime.
DIY Hideaway Wall Desk
Need a designated homework station but don’t have the extra space? This DIY hideaway wall desk is the solution to your problems! The desk folds up to act as storage, and folds down for homework time.
Create a Chalkboard Wall
Don’t have a ton of space for creative activities? Paint a wall with chalkboard paint and tell your kids to write on the walls (just the blackboard ones, please.) Turn the wall into an art display by hanging up your child’s art work as well.
Hack Some Ikea Furniture
Create fun toys with old furniture, like this children stove with oven made from an old Ikea stool. When your child is done playing, it’s small enough to tuck away in a corner so it’s out of the way.
Get a Cutesy Nightlight
Amp up the magic with an adorable and fantastical nightlight. These are a tiny, simple way to decorate, and your child with love the soft glow at night.
Kids grow fast, which means they outgrow clothes and toys before you even know it. If you need some extra space but don’t want to part with precious memories, consider putting some things in storage with UrBin Storage.
They’ll make it easy and come to you, so you don’t have to go to them!