Your little man is growing up. His interests are changing, and so are his needs. If you haven’t updated his space since his nursery days, chances are, your son’s room could use an upgrade.
The best way to create a room your little boy will love is to zero in on his passions. Start with the things he loves, add a healthy dose of fun, and leave plenty of room to grow.
If you’re working with a budget, aim for a versatile space—something that incorporates your son’s current interests, but has enough sophistication to carry him all the way to college. Have a little more time and money to work with? Consider going all out with an elaborately themed space. Whatever you choose, remember to keep the focus on play. After all, they’re only young once.
This fun-filled attic space. Thus, designed by the Polish architectural firm, Razoo and spotted on the architectural design site. Therefore, Aranzacje is perfect for the action-loving boy who just can’t keep still!. There’s a swing, a climbing rope, and a rope ladder leading to a suspended hammock. A sturdy wooden desk with a net frame backing doubles as a soccer goal and comfy bean bag chairs offer extra seating that can be easily pushed out of the way when the game begins.
Legos are a vital part of boyhood. But keeping those tiny toe-assailants under control can be a hassle. Therefore, this gorgeous Lego station complete with built-in storage and a Lego board surface. Hence, couldn’t be a more elegant solution for a messy problem.
Taking the understated approach, this Star-Wars-inspired boy’s room, created by Mallory and Savannah of Classy Clutter, is the perfect blend of fun and sophistication, incorporating timeless movie quotes, favorite characters, and cool collectibles into a clean, bright, contemporary design that this little Jedi is sure to love for years to come.
The lucky tenant of this space-themed boy’s room may just have the coolest digs this side of Pluto!
This elaborate design, created by Hobus Homes, features an entire solar system’s worth of hand-painted planets, moons, asteroids, and comets suspended from a stunning, custom-painted ceiling.
Beautiful bedding (“All Solar Systems Go” by Land of Nod) brings the ceiling motif back down to earth, providing the perfect place for the little guy at the center of this universe to lay back and enjoy an out-of-this-world view.
This playful space, created by Anita Roll, makes math and science extra fun! The chalkboard paint walls, featuring adorable scientific doodles, add the perfect touch. Don’t forget to leave one wall free for your little Einstein to scribble his own scientific diagrams and mathematical formulas!