15 Best Boys Bedroom Ideas in 2018


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Courtesy of David Tsay for Emily Henderson Designs

Stencil Your Walls

Use stenciled wallpaper (or even try out your #skillz and paint them on yourself) for a whimsical wall covering. This room’s animal theme makes it feel like a circus.

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Courtesy of Tessa Neustadt

Display Books

Make your kids room feel a little more sophisticated by stacking their books on wall-mounted shelves. Add some antlers, a pouf, and a textile throw and he’ll be the most hipster kid in school before he’s old enough to know what hipster actually means.

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Courtesy of Veneer Designs

Mount Animal Heads

Turn his room into a jungle by mounting animal heads (giraffes, elephants, etc.) on the wall. It looks even cooler if you put a bold wallpaper underneath.

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Courtesy of Tessa Neustadt

Deck Out Your Built-Ins

This built-in bed creates a cozy sleeping nook, and maximizes space in a kid’s room. All-white makes it feel brighter (and therefore, larger), but the black arrow design adds cool character.

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Courtesy of Young House Love

Paint The Door

If he wants to paint the walls but you’re not having it, compromise. Painting t door still adds color, but won’t overwhelm the whole room.

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Courtesy of Tessa Neustadt

Play With Pattern

He may have a very neutral color palette, but if you bring in fun pattern, black and blue won’t look so basic.

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Courtesy of Bjorn Wallander for Emily Henderson Designs

Make A Gallery Wall

A gallery wall is a fun and whimsical way to display your kiddos favorite things — space, bikes, bunnies, anything goes! Sure, it might result in some DIY fails, but they’ll love you anyway.

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Wallpaper It Up

If you want to keep it as low-maintenance as possible, just wallpaper one wall. Super simple, looks incredible.

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Courtesy of Young House Love

Keep It Neutral

If he’s too young to choose a color scheme (or you just don’t trust his judgment, yet), go neutral. That way, as he gets older, he can grow into the room and choose a palette for himself.

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Courtesy of David Tsay for Emily Henderson Designs

Choose Cool Pillows

This blue boy’s room is anything but basic, thanks to a yellow gingham rug, a name banner, and a pretty sweet stereo pillow. Relish in the fact that he’s not actually blasting music from his room at this age.

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Courtesy of Veneer Designs

Live The Pirate Life

Bunkbeds look way less lame when pirates are involved. Add fun wall hangings and a bold patterned rug.

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Courtesy of Young House Love

Add Baskets

The easiest way to upgrade a room? Clean it up. Corralling toys in baskets keeps everything tidy, but doesn’t look like a total eyesore.

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Courtesy of Veneer Designs

Go Minimal

Save yourself some cash and go minimalist. It’ll give off a cool, laid-back look, plus, who are you kidding? He could care less about the decor accents, anyway.

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Courtesy of Philip Gorrivan

Add Statement Lighting

This blue and cream bedroom gets a fun pop of color from an orange throw. The lighting, though, is definitely the coolest part of this room.

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Courtesy of Erin Gates Design

Go Blue

If blue is his favorite color, you’re in luck. It adds fun color to the room, but isn’t too bold or crazy.

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