Cool beds can have a positive impact on your kids. Anything designed for kids is cute, even something as big and as robust as a bed. Here, we’ll share plenty of cool beds for kids and teenagers that will inspire your next bedroom makeover.
The beds are some much fun that you will wish you were a kid again. Today’s beds are the ones you dreamed about having when you were a child. Well, now is your chance to provide your child with an experience you never had. Isn’t that what parenting is about?
We’ll explore the latest cool bed designs that any child would love. You can never go wrong with a bed that’s unique and non-traditional.
Super Cool Beds For Your Kids
Here are the latest bed designs that any child would love to have.
From design firm Staeyen Interieur Architecten, two small bedroom are connected by a bathroom. Inside the cozy nook is a queen size mattress. The nook also have extra storage space for games and toys. The extra space reduces clutter and helps maintain a clean and balanced room.
The bed is connected to a built-in desk. The placement is crucial as the desk is under a window, which serves as a natural light source. This same design would work in a small apartment. You wouldn’t have to worry about a box spring mattress and instead go with a copperflex foam mattress.
This space-saving design is the best choice for active kids. that would suit most bedrooms. The color palette is also well-balanced, appearing to be simple and neutral but being vibrant and fun when you get to discover its details.
Hot Air Balloon Bed
Isn’t this hot air balloon bed design the coolest thing ever? Imagine how happy a child would be if they could go to sleep every night in a hot air balloon? This is how you can turn going to bed into a good time.
A bed shaped like an airplane is sure to become a magnificent focal point for the whole room.
Vintage Car Bed
Who doesn’t love the 60s? With this bed design, your child could pretend to be a hippie. This bed is placed inside an iconic minivan with a cool retro design
Indian Tepee Bed
You can also discover a lot of cool kid’s beds in the magical collection by Circu. It includes all sorts of unique pieces like a hot air balloon bed or a bed that looks like an airplane. There’s a cozy sleeping nook in the form of a van and a sort of canopy bed that can be closed off to look like a tent.
Cool Bunk Beds
A bed that’s built into a custom unit like this one can potentially help save some space.
Here there’s a playground up at the top which can be reached by climbing a ladder. You can still use a traditional mattress for each bed and your children would sleep comfortably.
You can see here how the color white can make a room look bigger. The wooden bed design is ideal for children. They could draw on the wood and it would be okay.
Modern Play Area
The design puts a modern spin on the traditional bedroom layout and combined the sleeping and play areas into one structure that contains them all. It has two beds at the bottom and a playground at the top.
Quad Bunk Beds
The list of cool beds for kids continues with this custom room designed by Incorporated Architecture & Design for an apartment in New York. As you can see, it’s a rather compact structure that includes four cozy beds, each designed as a separate nook.
Futuristic Bunk Beds
As you can see, the bed is nicely placed in the corner of the room and has a loft space above it with a ladder. That could be a fun play area or a second sleeping nook when friends stay over. The rest of the room provides a perfect storage solution.
Triple Bed Design
The bed or beds occupy a lot of space and that leaves little room for everything else. Cadas Arquitectura found a way to deal with this problem when they designed this apartment in Sao Paulo.
Make your bedroom a balanced space. With three children, your best bet would be to include a loft bed above two single beds.
They gave the kids a fun bedroom with two beds placed on opposite sides of the room, a platform, and with a loft above them.
Modular Bunk Beds
This cool bed design is from Agate & Arek Seredyn. Modern bunk beds are a great choice for kids. The two beds in this design are placed in opposite directions for a less mainstream look
Sharing a room can be fun as a kid despite the conflicts. What would make the whole experience would be a way to combine two cool kid’s beds into a structure that’s both user-friendly and good-looking.
The F and R bunk beds were designed for bedrooms shared by two kids and they have two sizes, one for kids ages 6 and up and the other for toddlers between 3 and 4 years old.
Contemporary Bunk Beds
Bunk beds have always been practical and they still are. In a lot of cases, designers look for ways to customize them to fit specific needs and spaces.
RV Camper Bed
Bring the outdoors inside with a camper replica. Every night can be a new camping adventure.
The Tent bed also has an adventure-themed design but in a more settled down kind of way
Kids love to have their own hiding spots and secret nooks which makes designs like this one quite appealing
Cama Tent Bed
A bright color can easily turn the bed into the highlight and the centerpiece of the entire room
Hot Pink Caravan Bed
These are the Caravan and the Tent beds, two fun and quirky designed by Mathy By Bols. Their names are suggestive of their shape. It’s a camping-inspired series designed to stir the imagination and invite the kid’s to explore the world indoors. These cool kids’ beds come in a variety of color options.
Hanging Loft Bed
This wall-mounted unit takes up zero space on the floor which is wonderful news for small bedrooms.
The unit is designed like a box-like structure with a comfortable mattress and a light source
Kids love to hide in small places and explore areas they can play in, as simple as it may be. When Project905 designed this apartment in Moscow they have the family’s three kids a fun little play space above the bed in one of the rooms. It’s a wooden box sort of like a nest and it occupies zero floor space.
This is a interesting way to connect two otherwise separate beds and to create a structure around them
Ideally, a family home would be perfect for everyone, kids and adults alike. Yet finding the balance between what’s fun and what’s comfortable or practical is tricky. mode:lina studio seems to have it all figured out.
The home is divided into two areas. The first floor is a quiet space where the adults can relax and the kids have a private zone upstairs. They have this fun house-themed design with beds that have walls and windows.
Another very space-efficient option is to have a bed with a trundle which would be perfect for sleepovers.
You can have a restful sleep and reduce clutter at the same time. The space underneath the bed can be used for storage and accommodate pull-out drawers.
Bed Desk Combo
A lot of things can make a space fun without taking away its functionality. The cool beds we’ve shown you have built-in storage, and pull-out platforms with mattresses to accommodate friends.
Monochrome Bunk Beds
It’s nice to separate the sleeping area from the rest of the room and this corner bunk bed system makes it easy
A folding bed creates space underneath for unique features like a desk, storage unit, or an additional bed. The cool bed layout isn’t just for children. This would also be an ideal dorm room setup.
Boys’ Bedroom Set
If feeling cool is the goal, then loft beds are the coolest. They’re already space-efficient and on top of that, they can be customized in lots of ways meant to make them even more practical.
Some designs have built-in storage while others leave room underneath for a desk or play area.
Bright Toddler Bedroom
If you sense that your child might be a genius, then you should be encouraged to feed their growth. A smart bedroom layout would foster healthy development. Smart designs are a great option for highly intelligent kids.
Loft Bed Closet Combo
The bed and the closet and the two biggest furniture pieces in a bedroom and here they’ve been combined for an efficient space.
Both beds have been raised here off the floor to make room for a desk and plenty of storage. When you raise a bed, you create more space. With children, because of their size, you can create even more room.
Floating Zen Beds
Simple designs can be cool and fun too. We have the perfect example: a house in New York designed by Bates Masi Architects which has this chic bedroom for the kids with two wall-mounted beds and overall minimalist decor. Install cooling mattresses to complement this minimalist bedroom.
Playcube With Loft Bed
In addition to being very space-efficient, this custom bedroom interior by studio HAO Design is also multifunctional and educational. The loft bed design takes advantage of the window view, which is precisely what you should do.
It can be accessed via a set of stairs on the left side and it sits on top of a platform with built-in shelves and a secret little nook for kids to play and have fun with.
3 In 1 Unit
BONBA studio takes advantage of this space with a three-in-one unit that features a folding bed, desk, and shelf space. This design celebrates the art of inhabitation living styles. A cool bedroom that goes beyond the principles of less is more, is not just a bedroom but a statement on contemporary living.
Make your bedroom a playground and see much fun your children will have in the safety of their room. This design by Another Studio features a house-shaped frame. Stairs and a bookcase with little openings that this into a fun unit.
This layout is from studio YODEZEEN. The design integrates a variety of different elements like a bed, storage, a desk, a ladder, monkey bars, and a nice and also very safe play space at the top with nets around it and padded surfaces.
Studio Bedroom Design
This is a great design for a bedroom that maximizes the number of beds and doesn’t focus much on other elements. This design is a good setup for a vacation house or cabin home. The interior is from studio Living Stone Design + Build.
There’s nothing wrong with taking a traditional approach. There are times when normal is cool, and this design is one of them. This is an example of a room that a child could grow into. You wouldn’t have to worry about updating this layout to accommodate your child’s mindset.
This example is from studio Valerie Grant Interiors. It’s versatile, with a color palette that ages well and good use of the space overall.
Custom Bunk Design
Your kids could spend quality time in a bedroom like this example. When you make a bedroom feel inviting, you create a space that feels warm and cozy. This coastal-themed design was done by studio Marnie Custom Homes.
If space is not an issue, place emphasis on the bed and make it a focal point. The central role is a focal point for the room. A canopy bed is a great way to achieve that with a girl’s bedroom décor. A few accessories and it can make the room look amazing, like this one designed by NJL Custom Homes.
Teen Boys Bedroom
Bookshelves can double as space dividers which can be used to structure a bedroom and separate the sleeping area.
This example from studio Robeson Design shows us how you can turn a teenager’s bedroom into a smart destination. After all, reading and learning are the coolest things a teen can do, so why not create a space that fosters those activities?
What stands out in the case of this lovely bedroom designed by Vicente Burin Architects is the color palette which is based on light nuances.
That helps the beds blend in with the white walls and the room as a whole to feel airy and more spacious. It’s also a great color palette for a beach house or coastal-themed interior.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)FAQ
What Is A Cottagecore Bed Idea?
At the nucleus of the cottagecore aesthetic is nature. Everything in the room should share an inherent connection to natural elements. Think 18th-century living and go with modern farmhouse décor and candles. Build a wooden bookshelf and fill the shelves with classic literature titles and old science books.
How To Make A Dark Academia Bedroom?
Choose a dark wood tone as your color palette and work off that. You want the bedroom to exude an enigmatic vibe. Mystery is the name of the game with this design style, so don’t reveal your entire hand with silly room décor. Find an old teak wood study desk, antique cabinets, and old rocking chair.
How Do You Make A Brutalist Bedroom?
To begin with, should you need inspiration or help with identifying the elements of brutalism, watch Stanley Kubrick’s “Clockwork Orange.” Brutalist interior design is super simple and minimalist at its core. Gray is the color of choice here, and make sure you go beyond the notion of “less is more.”
Can I Install Fire Sprinklers In My Child's Room?
According to recent figures from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), bedroom sprinklers lower civilian fire fatalities by almost 90 percent. Fire protection sprinklers also lower property damage by 70 percent. The same study also found that a mere seven percent of residential homes that caught fire had an indoor sprinkler system.
Should My Child's Room Have A Separate WiFi Connection?
If you think he or she deserves it and is mature enough to enjoy a private WiFi connection, then it wouldn’t hurt. The upside is that it would free up more space on your WiFi connection, allowing you to enjoy a faster internet speed.
Cool Beds Conclusion
A cool bed should have the right mattress. For older kids, a tempur pedic or memory foam mattress would foster healthy growth and provide a good night’s sleep. After you’ve taken care of the bed style, install LED lights with different colors.
You could go with Brooklyn bedding or a wooden headboard design to capture a classic style or rustic farmhouse aesthetic. A cool bed is all about better sleep first and foremost. However, the coolest beds offer stylish intrigue while you stay asleep.