A kid’s room is more than a place to sleep. It’s an oasis where kids can let their imaginations run wild. Your kid’s room is the perfect place to let yourself get a little creative with the design. That’s why we’ve sleuthed out some of the best DIY kids’ room renovation idea on Pinterest. These hacks look so cool you’ll want to use them in your own room, too.
What little kid wouldn’t want a super cool train set under their bed just waiting for them to pull it out and play? This project calls for a piece of plywood, a few 1x4s, a play mat, train set, and rolling castors. It comes together pretty quickly and would work in a train-themed room or all on its own.
Source: The Chirpy Toddler
2. Kids’ Teepee
Teepees are all the rage these days – and with good reason. They’re fun for kids to hole up in and read a book or play with toys. There’s no need to pay big bucks for a teepee though; with just a few supplies, you can make your own no-sew version.
Source: Julie Blanner
Are you kids bouncing off the walls? Let them climb them with this fun DIY. You just need a piece of plywood, climbing holds, and floor mats. Construct your wall and let the kids go nuts.
Source: The Created Home
Your kids need a place to put all of their books. This DIY project is easy to complete. Just take a pallet and cut it two rows up from the bottom of the pallet. Then remove the top board on the front side of the shelf and use that to form the bottom of the shelf. Ta-da! Your shelf is completed.
Source: Life We Live 4
Have an old dresser lying around? This DIY project will breathe life back into it. You just need a can of white chalk paint and a can of colored chalk paint. Then create different shades for each dresser drawer. Use the darkest shade on the bottom and work your way up to the lightest.
Source: Project Nursery
6. Lego Table
Legos are a beast to organize, but this Lego table makes it 100% easier. You need an Ikea Ingo dining table and two Ikea Trofast buckets. Top the table off with Lego baseplates for your kiddo to build their creations on.
Source: A Little of This, A Little of That
Window seats are like open invitations for snuggling with a book. This project uses the Ikea Kallax shelving unit, MDF board, quilting batting, fabric, and foam. Pop in some storage containers for instant organization.
Source: Mommy Vignettes