14 Toddler Room Ideas for Your Nursery Grad
Decorating the nursery is a rite of passage for parents, but the transition to toddler rooms is an adventure your little one can enjoy right alongside you. The best toddler room ideas include style, function, and of course...fun! From smart storage to chic decor, and theme ideas to tricks for maximising a small space, we have rounded up a list of adorable inspiration for your little guy or girl’s special spot. Happy decorating, toddler parents!
Mint Toddler Bedroom
Your little one will love letting their favourite characters or themes shine in a room you have curated with a gorgeous and soothing colour scheme ... plus some dinosaur or princess bedding. For the mums who cannot stand jarring colours and character faces but are compelled to bend to their kiddo’s sense of whimsy, this is a perfect compromise for a toddler room.
Magical Toddler Bedroom Furniture
They are only little once, as the old adage proclaims. Embrace this season of life with an over-the-top answer to their wildest dreams. In this example, a bed that is truly built for a little prince or princess. Starry walls do not hurt, either.
Toddler Floor Bed
Speaking of beds, recent cot-ditchers might sleep best on a low surface with no fall risk. A floor bed makes every night feel like a special adventure and will put your mind at ease as your little one transitions to big-kid sleeping arrangements.
Toddler Bedroom Clothing Hooks
One thing all parents know about little kids is that they have BIG amounts of stuff. Hang hooks up throughout the room, especially in a panel like this one near the door for easy access to frequently used items on-the-go like their jackets, hoodies, and tiny book bags.
Mauve & Moody Toddler Room
Everything about this artfully decorated, bohemian toddler room is perfect for a little dreamer. We love the deep colours and variety of textures to conjure up creativity and rainy-day cuddles.
Toddler Bedroom Reading Nook
Nooks are big with the preschool set. Consider creating a small area in your toddler’s room (preferably a corner) with low-hung bookshelves, oversized sitting cushions, and so on to promote quiet 'reading' time. It is never too early to start them in the habit of reading every day, even at an age when they are probably only looking at the pictures!
Open Closets in a Toddler Room
Toddlers love choices, and choices are made easier when we can see what we have. Aside from your little one preferring this layout, we also love a not-closet for any room of the house for a few reasons, not only the easy access. First, it promotes organisation and helps you keep consumption under control because you know everything you bring in will be on display. And also, it creates a visually appealing corner of the room that allows any covered closet space to be used for boring utility best kept out of sight.
Retro Surfer Toddler Room
If you are torn on a theme, look to the past for inspiration. We are getting major ‘70s vibes from this orange, yellow, and brown toddler room featuring retro rainbows and surfer-dude touches to make your 'big kid' really feel like one.
Pretty Pink Toddler Bedroom
In another direction, dreamy florals and frothy fabrics are a big win for any toddler who loves pink. This is the kind of kids’ room where sweet dreams are made and fanciful days are bound to follow.
Graphic Toddler Bedroom
Let your cool kiddo embrace the change of pace as the cot goes bye-bye and the big-kid era dawns. Monochrome details, subtle superhero elements, and graphic walls take your little one’s kid cave to the next level.
Pretend Play Spaces in Toddler Rooms
Open-ended, imaginative play is so important at this age. Whether or not you have a separate playroom, consider setting up some toy stations or large-scale items like a dollhouse or play kitchen in their room because it promotes self reliance, imagination, and fun.
Nice & Cosy Toddler Bedroom
A plush seating area tucked in by shelving is what toddler daydreams are made of. This pretty room looks so comfortable and inviting; all the little details and knickknacks personalise the space and make it extra special for your little one.
Fresh & Sporty Toddler Room
There is absolutely no reason that a sports themed kids’ room needs to look cheesy. This bright and airy space is kiddo-adored and mummy-approved, with fun basketball elements, cool bedding, and a classy monogram in the team colours for the wall.
Swingin' Toddler Bedroom
If there is anything the toddler years should be, it is fun! An indoor swing is exactly that, plus they are pretty to look at. Introduce hours of entertainment and rainy-day boredom busting with a fabulous swing in your toddler boy or girl’s room, like this one.
Another toddler room staple? SNOObear! SNOObear is an on-the-go sound-soother that plays calming white noise and doubles as a cuddly teddy. Learn more about SNOObear.
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