Your boy’s bedroom is the place for your little one to showcase his personality. It’s his space and it should reflect him – from the colour on the walls to the duvet set and the curtains, there are plenty of things you can do to make your little boy’s bedroom sing.
To bring a smile to the face of your little lad, here are 11 boy’s bedroom design and decorating ideas to get your creative juices flowing. Whether they’re a really little one, a boy with a burgeoning personality or a teenager with distinct style ideas, there’s something for everyone.
1. USE THE SPACE TO CREATE THE IMAGE OF SPACE
This boy’s bedroom design idea is ideal for a slightly older boy that still marvels at the universe. The feature wall beautifully captures the night’s sky, whilst the telescope and prints bring a touch of class.
2. GET HIS KICKS ON ROUTE 66
For a teenager, this design idea is perfect. It brings classic rock styling and a touch of adventure to the walls.
3. GO WILD WITH THESE WALLS
If your boy loves to play dress up and has a passion for the Wild West, you know he’ll go wild for this bedroom design. The skull mounted on the wall and the fur blanket really set the theme off perfectly. The pegs and the panelling really bring a classic Western feel too.
4. RECORDING STUDIO STYLE
Do you have a budding musician or music lover in the family? This boy’s bedroom design is chic, modern and understated. The nods to music really bring it to life and create a recording studio vibe. If you keep bugging them to practice their instrument, this is the space to do it in.
5. THE LEGO OBSESSIVE
Lego really isn’t just for little ones. If your young teenager is a Lego obsessive this is the room for him. We’re talking Lego textured walls, geometric light fittings and plenty of nods to their potential future as an architect.
6. WALK THE PLANK... WITH THIS PIRATE-THEMED BEDROOM
Arrgghhh… me hearties. This boy’s bedroom is the epitome of pirate cool. The bed brings Jolly Roger vibes, the ceiling will inspire many pirate dreams and the treasure chest can hold all types of pirate booty (and probably plenty of toys too).
7. IT'S TIME TO GO ARCTIC EXPLORING
Which boy wouldn’t want to curl up to a seal at night? Or dream of polar bears and of swimming under the ocean with their penguin friends? If your little lad is an animal enthusiast they’ll absolutely adore this room. We can’t get enough of it either. Just look at that seal!
8. THIS IS THE GAME ZONE
Gamers love an immersive experience, and this room truly immerses them in the gaming world every time they go to sleep, wake and relax in their bedroom. The feature wall brings classic and retro gamer feels while the gaming set up works perfectly. The carpet looks comfy for their fellow gamers too!
9. KICK IT IN STYLE
Got a budding sneaker-head on your hands? If your lad loves nothing more than his Jordans or his Air Force Ones, this trainer-themed bedroom will have him relaxing in style with his favourite kicks on the wall.
10. HE'S FOOTBALL CRAZY, HE'S FOOTBALL MAD
If he spends his days with a ball at his feet or spends hours kicking a ball against a wall, he needs somewhere to dream about scoring the winning goal at Wembley. And we don’t think there’s anything better for a footy mad lad than sleeping with his head in the goal.
11. DREAMING OF ADVENTURES IN THE WILD
What a calming space this is. If you have a little outdoor adventurer on your hands, this bedroom design idea brings a touch of nature to their walls. And there’s nothing quite as relaxing and calming as nature. The desk is the ideal place for them to plan their future adventures while the blue brings a relaxing tone to the room. They’ll have no problem falling asleep in this space.
Whichever of our boy’s bedroom ideas you like the most, why not bring some of them to life in your very own new home? If you’re interested in buying a new home, or want to talk to us about the process of buying a new build property, simply get in touch today.
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