Trends are always changing and when you have little ones under your roof you’re always changing with them. Give your child a stylish space with these room trends designed to grow with them.
Keep it Playful
Children’s bedrooms are a wonderful place to foster creativity, encourage exploration and inspire imagination. Create the ultimate dreamscape for your little ones with a room built for it all. This Tree House bunk bed from Pottery Barn Kids is designed to evoke the spirit and appeal of an outdoor tree house. Invigorate their colorful imaginations with a simple color like Extra White on the walls.
Room to Grow
From clothing to shoes, kids always seem to be growing into something new. Furniture is no exception. Make the transition from toddler bed to twin by furnishing your child’s space with pieces that offer adaptable features like trundle beds. Use color to keep the space playful by pulling inspiration from bedding or art to create a feature on the walls.
Homework & Hangouts
The road to self-discovery is long and winding, especially for teens and in-betweens. Their rooms are often retreats, havens for homework, and hangouts. Get the most out of this multipurpose space with furniture that can be reconfigured to accommodate the needs of your teen, like this Cleary Captain’s bed from Pottery Barn Teen. Play up unique room features with an accent wall – a rich hue like Naval can help to bring out the detail in a textured wall and transitions well as they get older.
Is your teen your twin from hair color to decor? Help them embrace their emerging personality with a look that is grown up, but still growing. Allow your teen to dip their toes into adulthood with modern designs that will transition seamlessly into the next stage of life. Pair with a sophisticated palette that has grown-up feels and watch your teen flourish.
Inspired by these room trends? Jumpstart your child’s next room refresh with some color exploration by checking out our curated color palettes for Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen, and discover more furniture collections offered by Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen.
What paint color is the bunkbed house in the first picture? is it Naval? The caption only includes the white paint color!!
Hi Steven! This is actually one of the colors offered through Pottery Barn for the bunk, Weathered Navy: https://www.potterybarnkids.com/products/tree-house-bunk-twin/
What is the color of the bunk beds? It’s a blue – gray color.
Hi Amanda! This is actually one of the colors offered through Pottery Barn for the bunk, Weathered Navy: https://www.potterybarnkids.com/products/tree-house-bunk-twin/