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25 Coolest Kids’ Room Ideas for Boys

It’s always interesting to remember the old gold time when you were a kid. What was your favorite food, who was your favorite friend at school, and how did your room look? Build lovely memories of your beloved sons with these super cool ideas to update the kids’ room.

Superhero in Charge

Every boy has their favorite superhero, and they will do almost everything to be as close as possible to their superhero. Help them to achieve that—from the action figure, posters, to the colors. Take their favorite character into their room, and make them feel safe every night.

Accessories such as lamps, bedding, rugs, and curtains that depict their superheroes can also be used to complete the theme.

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If you want something exciting for the years to come, you can even try a photography city wallpaper.

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There are so many cool decals and wallpapers available right now, you don’t need a fine arts degree to produce a superhero mural set against the perfect city skyline.
You need some serious contrast to create the perfect superhero bedroom. Take a comic book concept and use it to create a color palette.

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The ceiling is another great canvas that you can use to decorate a child’s room with a superhero theme.
Create your own superhero wall art to brighten up your child’s room. Use your child’s own drawings, comic book pages, illustrations or prints like this one.

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Adventurous Soul

The young explorer needs to stay motivated. You can decorate the wall either with a full wall world map or just a simple map on the wall. Other than that, a map carpet will work magically the same as an attractive addition. Complete the whole look with vibrant colors that will energize those adventurous souls.

Bold colors and funky, abstract shapes are great for a toddler’s room but will age into a big kid’s room too.
The canvas bed canopy really adds to the story and feels like a field tent on a savanna.

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Mario Themed Room consists of all green walls with yellow spots. Even the hour figures would be amazing if they were Mario-themed icons instead of regular numbers.
Now they have a tree house in their own room. They will surely fall in love with him and create great adventures there.
If you have more than one child, then make the beds face each other, so that you will have a higher level where you decorate the front side of the boat using wheels.

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Sports Vibes

Ask your little one to pick his favorite sport, and include them to decorate the kids’ room. It could be a baseball theme, a basketball ring to practice the shoot and slam dunk, a punching bag, or even a ceiling-mounted climbing net.

The row of colorful surfboards mounted over the bed creates an unexpected and interesting piece of art.
An antique tennis racket and large metal initials complete the look of a kid’s room with a sports theme.
A surfer’s photo mural with a wide sky makes the room feel epic, while kelly’s green rug and chairs add depth and rich color.
A pillow made of his favorite three-player shirt sits over the bed, while a spectacular mural places you right inside Yankee Stadium.

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The boys themed bedroom benefits from a neutral gray background that accentuates the addition of a unique trophy and tennis ball display.

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Magical Night Sky

Working in a girls and boys’ room, the moon and stars in their room will inspire their imagination and creativity. There are various ways to bring the night sky closer to their reach. Have a deep blue ceiling and small dots made by UV white paint, hang Christmas lights, or add glow in the dark stars all over the wall and ceiling.

If we want, we can make it big by creating a huge universe full of stars and planets in the sky.

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This type of room attracts a lot of attention from children, who spend hours looking up at the sky recreating and dreaming up new constellations.

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Your boy who is full of personality will sleep soundly and relax with a view of the night sky in his room decor.

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Personalized Fun

Nothing is more comfortable than living in a world full of your favorite things. Assist your kids in creating their personalized room. You will be amazed by their creativity, as well as you’ll be surprised to find a signed snowboard randomly attached on the ceiling or a guitar laying on the bed.

Arranging a collection of vintage and contemporary toys and superhero figures on the shelf above the bed will serve as a cheerful headboard for your little boy.
The bed and walls are painted in a Benjamin Moore fairytale blue, a throw from Pottery Barn Kids and Moroccan rugs.
With zebra print wallpaper, antique bed and ceiling lamps, and yellow bedspread will make the room look brighter and more colorful.

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When it comes to matching, mixing colors and patterns in a room is a great way to give the room some impression and personality.
You can hang these handmade masterpieces all over the room to create visual interest and eliminate the need for wall art.
Have your little artist sketch the design on paper first, and be sure to clearly mark out the part of the wall you want to fill.

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There are endless ideas to deal with the requests of the young man.  You may find one of these ideas for remodeling the kids’ rooms that inspire you to build the dream room of your younger one.