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Children's room ideas

The children's room is the feel-good place for our favourite little people. The little ones' realm in your home should be practical, child-friendly and cosy. Let yourself be inspired and discover the best tips and ideas for your children's room.


Ideas for ...

the play area the sleeping area the dressing area storage & organisation Nursery walls

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Inspiration für dein Kinderzimmer

Children's room areas

When furnishing your child's room, it makes sense to divide the room into different areas. In line with Montessori pedagogy, zones for different purposes create structure and organisation in the children's room.

Ideas for the play area

The play area in the children's room invites children to play extensively. Through the in-depth occupation with fantasy worlds in the dollhouseor on the play tableour little ones can try things out, learn and discover their personal interests and skills. Role-playing games are particularly popular with children, such as the play shopor the play kitchenwhere they can act out everyday situations.

  1. Make sure there is enough space to play. Even the smallest children's room is sure to have a corner that is suitable as a play area.
  2. Choose the play options according to your child's interests. After all, your little one should enjoy it.
  3. Don't overload the play area with too many toys. Too much choice overwhelms our little ones.
  4. Colours encourage creative play. Make your play area in the children's room colourful, but don't overdo it.
  5. Sufficient storage space provides structure and organisation in the play area.

Ideas for the sleeping area

All the impressions of the day are processed during sleep. And that's quite a lot for little people! To make sure your little one feels really comfortable in their cot and can relax, you should make this place particularly cosy. The right wall decorations in calm colours will help you do this.

  1. Choose a quiet place in the children's room for the sleeping area.
  2. A cosy bed is half the battle. If necessary, make sure it has fall-out protection, especially if your child moves around a lot in their sleep.
  3. Use calm colours in the sleeping area. Cold colours such as blue are generally considered calming, while warm colours such as red tend to have a stimulating effect.
  4. A small light makes children feel particularly comfortable in the sleeping area. However, the light should not be too bright.
  5. Let your child choose 1-2 soft toys to take to bed with them. Too many cuddly toys in bed are often distracting.

Ideas for the dressing area

Of course, our little mice also need enough storage space for clothes in the nursery. The favourite outfits can be easily stored in a chest of drawersor in a wardrobe that you can decorate with furniture foil.

  1. The dressing area in the children's room should offer sufficient storage space so that you can keep track of the children's clothes.
  2. Many children like to take part in choosing their clothes. With a children's wardrobe at eye level, you can help them do this.
  3. Regularly organise the wardrobe in your child's room. Clothes that no longer fit take up unnecessary space in the dressing area.
  4. With a structured organisation in the dressing area, you always know where to find which items of clothing and don't have to rummage around.
  5. Organise your wardrobe sensibly: In summer, for example, thick jackets can be organised high up where you can't reach them so quickly.
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Ideas for storage & organisation

With structure and organisation brings harmony to the children's room. Favourite items can be quickly stowed away on the children's shelf and if everything has its place, tidying up after the wildest play is child's play.

  1. Make sure there is enough space for toys, colouring utensils and books in the children's room. A shelving or cupboard system will help you do this.
  2. Boxes and crates are a good choice for keeping your child's room organised organisation . After the Lego game, simply put all the figures and bricks back in the box.
  3. Work with your child to organise the children's room. This way, puzzles, cars and colouring pencils always have a fixed place.
  4. Children's shelves at eye level help your child to keep organisation organised independently.
  5. Sort out toys and books regularly. What is no longer played with or is broken makes room for new things.

Ideas for children's room walls

The wall designin the children's room makes the little ones' realm really cosy. A colourful wall or small details in cheerful colours give the room a feel-good factor.

  1. When designing your children's room walls, make sure to use light and calm colours. Wall decorations that are too colourful will quickly make the room look crowded.
  2. Add stylish accents with small details such as a wall tattoo.
  3. Combine the wall decoration with storage space. A wall shelf in the children's room provides storage and decoration at the same time.
  4. Let your child participate in the design of the children's room walls and choose colours or elements that they like.
  5. Choose the wall decoration according to the purpose of the children's room area.