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Frequently Asked Rustic Kids Bedroom Questions

Rustic Kids’ Furniture by Ashley

Who says kids’ furniture has to be bland? Turn things up a notch and add a touch of style to your child’s room with rustic kids’ furniture. From kids’ rustic beds to kids’ rustic dressers, these pieces all give a homemade, farmhouse vibe to any room. Kids who are fans of the cottage lifestyle might love pretending they live in the middle of the woods, while you can appreciate the cohesion these styles offer with the rest of your home décor.

Rustic Kids’ Bedroom Design Ideas

When thinking about rustic kids’ furniture, make sure you get enough pieces for your child to take advantage of. A rustic kids’ bed is obviously a must-have, so your child can have a good night’s rest. Many beds even come with storage cubbies and shelves so your kid can tuck away their favorite stuffed animals, books, and electronics until morning.

For additional storage, you’ll likely want to pair one or two rustic kids’ nightstands on either side of the bed. These are perfect for storing extra toys and accessories out of view – and they add a bold pop of style. Kids’ dressers are also ideal for storing clothes while giving you the chance to show off even more rustic style.

Don’t forget to give your child some space to be creative! Rustic kids’ desks give them a chance to work on art projects without looking too out of place with the rest of the aesthetic. Get some matching wooden stools, and the craft corner will resemble a little farmhouse workshop.

How to Style a Rustic Kids’ Room

Styling a kids’ rustic room isn’t as hard as it may seem. You can still let your kid go a bit wild with colors and accessories without going overboard. For example, kids’ bedding in bold prints and patterns can work well as an accent color to the otherwise earthy tones of the rustic palette. But if you want to keep the style a little more traditional, opt for bedding with a heavy dose of greens, browns, and grays.

Don’t forget about hanging artwork on the walls! Keep the rustic theme going with pictures of wildlife and animals. Get some posters or framed images of your child’s favorite creatures, like wolves or bears, and display them above or across from the bed. You could even try matching throw pillows to place on the bed – your little one will love snuggling them as they fall asleep.