Becoming a classic animal-lover starts from an early age, with positive exposure to the wonderful world of nature and all of its creatures. If inspiration is low when it comes to decorating your child’s room, then turn to the easiest and most fun theme of all; animals! These ardent ideas will have you filled with plans for your youngster’s rooms next makeover.
1. Forest Fantasy
Sometimes, the easiest way to go is by choosing the right wallpaper. Here, an embellished wallpaper filled with furry forest friends sets the theme. To compliment, beige wood furniture and woven baskets line the room. To top it all off, let your child choose some of their favorite animal stuff-toys and pastel covers for ample cozy comfort in their room.
2. Brilliant Bed Covers
To keep things simple, stick to a polite nudge towards an animal theme your child might pick up. An elaborate cover patterned with different animals can spark your child’s imagination. Some simple, contempo pictures can help lighten the room. Leave the rest of the room nice and empty so your child can take the lead on the seeds you sew.
3. Wood Cottage Cot
To replicate the homey touches of classical wood cottages, stick to woodwork all around the room, and the color palette of brown, grey and red. Plaid and checkered covers help warm the surroundings, and no one can forget the wilderness’s biggest friend; the moose. Prints, pictures, and stuffed-toys of this elegant forest creature can really help create the feeling of being by the wild.
4. Baby Blue Buddy Bedroom
The lightweight feeling of this environment is alleviated with the presence of hanging paper-blue clouds and stuffed stars. The unique bed frame allows the decorations to center themselves. To contrast, the sky-high stars and clouds, elephants, rabbits and pandas remain grounded around the room, yet still, commend the fluffy and featherweight feeling.
5. Serene Side of the Savannah
The Savannah is home of the wildest and most ferocious animals, but who needs that side in a child’s bedroom? Instead, take a more subtle spin to the iconic flatlands with sedated colors like pastel green and beige on wooden crates. Stick to a light grey-scale to the most eye-appealing areas are where you place colors, such as the stuffed-animals and darker shaded covers and pillows.
6. Cuddly Creature Club
Comfort is the best part of anyone’s bedroom, so fill your child’s bedroom with the friendliest furry friends molded into bed frames, sofas, cushions, and naturally, stuffed toys. Seeing as these pieces are going to take up most of the room, it’s better to keep the walls and floors as free as possible. This will center the animal-shaped furniture as the main attraction.
7. Nature in Black and White
The combination of black and white never fails to stun a room in a perfect frame. With animals, it’s quite easy to create a black-and-white theme. Pandas, zebras, rabbits, penguins, and tigers are your best friends. Keep your furniture either white or black so there is a sharp contrast to help the animals pop out.
8. Modern Greyscale
The simplistic style of modernism can be enjoyed by everyone, even kids. Stick to a pleasant grey-scale, bringing in modern and geometrical shapes to help enhance the more modern appeal. Next, litter the room with white, grey, and fluffy animal friends. To bring more life to the room, you can use a plant or some hanging colors.
9. Rustic Woodwork
Focus only on the key parts of the room, the bed and the animals. Choose a family of familiar animals and place them with a worn, rustic theme. Follow golden, brown, and yellow as your color palette and pamper your room with a lighter color to make sure it all pops out.
10. The Attraction of Africa
There’s no greater wonder than the wild beasts in Africa. Covers, figurines, and toys that frame these animals are a great way to kickstart interest in your child’s heart for the wild. Seeing as these animals are colorful on their own, it helps distinguish them from their surroundings to place them in front of white and beige backgrounds.
11. The Magic Behind a Mural
Rather than choosing the style and design of the room for your children, let their imagination run free. Create a project with them to paint one entire wall in their room, with all the animals and creatures they love the most. After your accomplished piece of art is complete, it’ll be hard for your kids to not love their own room.
12. Your Own Jungle Book
It’s time to capture the colors of the jungle in your room. Light and dark greens, orange, and brown can help amplify the jungle-look. Add some covers, toys, and pictures that reflect your classical jungle book animals and you a perfectly packaged deal. Leaf hangings and bags can add a more creative flair to your child’s room.
13. Nautical Expanse
With a little extra effort, anything can work with animals, even your own nautical themed room! The more room you have, the more dedicated you can be with this project. Pale woodwork, white and blue, carpeting and drapes are ideal. Any animals that are white, brown, or blue will fit in perfectly. Think of horses, lions, and whales.
14. Cozy Corner
Tight on space? There’s always a way to make a small space look more expanse. Take a large light and frame it over your bed, all over on one wall. The leaves in the rest of the room open for the visage of a roomy corner. To augment the comfortable and intimate setting of the room, place some larger animal plushies.
15. Prehistoric Playroom
Animals aren’t excluding the massive reptiles that mesmerised us all as children; dinosaurs! Covers and toys aren’t hard to come by. You can even encourage your kids to have their own bundles of figurines and books to root their love for these ancient wonders. The best addition to their room could be a full-scale mural of dinosaurs in action on their wall!
16. Explorer’s Journey
Take your child’s room one step further with a jeep-shaped bed set to liven up the experience of journeying through the African Savannah. Scatter animals such as lions, giraffes, zebras, elephants, hippos, crocodiles, and so much more around the room, allowing your children to scour through their own backyard Savannah.
17. Spacious Chamber
The key to creating a spacious area is by framing a main point in your room. Make sure your furniture is light and one similar shade. Then, you use your colorful animal plushies to frame the center of your room. This could be a light source, mirror, window, or tapestry on the wall to create an open and direct source of interest.
18. Fanciful Friends
Feeling pretty yet cuddly at the same time? There’s always a way to combine these emotions you want to be captured in your room. An elegant carriage, lacy curtains, and ruffled pillows capture a royal appearance. Colors such as rose, plum, and light to hot pink will help create this aesthetic. Choosing your animals becomes easy; just take the fluffiest and plushest toys you have!
19. Tropical Theatre
A tropical theme can always help brighten the mood! With the colors of parrots, toucans, and flamingoes, the wallpaper on the wall will pop out nicely. Other toys around the room can complement this particular environment. To make sure the wallpaper has the greatest effect, keep the rest of the room placid and geometrical. Wooden baskets and chandeliers can help make the room simplistic and chic.
20. Inside or Outside?
Take your child’s passion of adventure and channel it into their room. Turn the bed into their own hut they take shelter in. Litter the floor with straw and soft fake grass to create a realistic ground. Finally, place an abundance of animals around the room to exemplify the outdoor experience. Choose a wallpaper to help you determine what environment you want to create.
21. Panda Palace
There’s no better peace-making animal than the tranquil giant panda. To create a mellow tone in your room, partner your panda bears with sunshine yellow. Add a traditional flair with tapestried fans and small, black and white furniture. The final, simple touch is to place snow-white covers over the beds to contrast the sunflower-toned room.
22. Wilds and Woodlands
To create a more cuddly and intricate set of animals to comfort your child, go for these comfy covers. Coated with an abstract set of animals, you have a wide collection of interesting and diverse creatures. Elephants, kangaroos, squirrels, foxes, and koalas. Accessorize the rest of the room, following these animals and a hard brown that brings a wooden feeling to life.
Some of the first animals introduced to children are farm animals. You can help your children embrace their favourite farm animals by making a project to paint them around the walls of their room. Fitting decorations around the room to compliment becomes a breeze afterwards, placing toys and furniture patterned with iconic cow, pig, and horse designs.
Another great idea is to stick to one specific animal rather than divulging in all of them. A great and easy animal is the cow, with blankets, curtains, cups, and lamps made with this design. Add cute bean bags and the stuffiest toys with some wall stickers, and you have a consistent theme to your room!
25. Pastel Party
For those who are thinking of going for a soft, pastel vibe, this animal-themed décor is a great idea for a kid’s room. Subtle tones of peach, pink, brown, and baby blue give this set-up a palette that can actually last a few years. Plus side? It’s unisex so it can work for both girls and boys!
26. Patterned Pals
To get this great effect in your room, make your surrounding wall, bed, and furniture as simple as possible, preferably in one pale color. Then, pick the most intricately patterned, designed, and colored stuffed-toys you can to make your room vibrant. The color will contrast with the rest of the room, making the animals the first thing to catch your eye.
27. The Lemon Orchard
Backed with a mellow lime green wall, the lemons become the main attraction in the room, making yellow the spirited color palette. To indulge a friendly, more natural touch to your room, add lacy table sheets and curtains, with lighter covers for your bed. Finally, introduce some yellow and white animal friends into the room for the final cherry on top.
28. Kitty Katastrophe
Who can have enough kittens? If you have a passionate young girl who’s in love with cats, then what’s the harm of creating a kitty-themed bedroom? Covers all matching with the same bawling kitty eyes in one flashing color, a kitty clock, lamp, curtains, and cushions create a snug, cuddly environment both your child and cats will love.
29. Bundled up in the Jungle
Create a strong jungle vibe from your child’s room by choosing tall, maple-wood furniture and big jungle animals to litter the room with. Paint some trees and hanging monkeys along the wall to solidify the setting. Stick with a brown, green, and yellow palette, and this theme will not fail you.
30. Standing Style
The abstract is one of the more eye-attracting styles in architecture. Leave your walls black and white so the rest of the colors in your room pop out more. Odd, jumbled patterns such as those on a leopard or giraffe will clash exquisitely with the black-and-white background. Add some foreground paintings for context, and you have a complete model room.
31. Pampered with Purple Plushies
Know your child’s favorite animal and color to create memorable organized chaos. Here, purple and cats are the allure. With sheets and cushions coated in purple kitties, it’s easy to tell what is centered here. Line the rest of the room with as many plushies as you or your child see fit for their own satisfaction, and your theme is complete.
32. Perfectly Pink
Pink is an effortless theme to embrace with open arms. Choose any animal you can find in a light, easy-going shade of pink on decoration pieces, covers, plushies, and wallpapers, and splash them together with other gentle shades. For a lighter, fluffier, and even cooler effect, sprinkle some white around the room as a final impression.
33. A Trio of Black-Grey-White
Try these fail-safe shades if you’ve run dry of ideas. Take one of these shades and make it your backdrop. In this case, black is the backbone of this room. Furniture, covers, and cushions are colored in grey to blend in, and white is the stand-out shade that pops with discretion. For a pinch of vibrancy, add wooden furniture and some colorful animals to clash aggressively against the color-scheme.
34. Scruffy Furs
The lion is a scruffy, lethargic king that relaxes in the most languid manner, so why shouldn’t you? Combine scruffy blankets and rugs with a large lion piece with an equally rugged mane. Your room will immediately feel fuller and more comfortable, so you can slumber like the king of the beasts.
35. Airy Environment
If you want to fill your room with items, but still maintain an open airy ambiance, then stick to sky, light, and baby blue. These colors of the open-air will lighten the room up, rather than creating a dense weight over your surroundings like darker colors. Match these shades with white bunnies and light blue whales for the final animal touch.