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We’ve scoured the web to bring you some of the most exciting trends in boys’ bedroom design right now. From space saving solutions to modern twists on traditional themes, we show you how to select and co-ordinate your childrens curtains to perfectly complement your décor with our bedroom blinds and childrens blinds range.
Historical maps, globes, stamps and battered leather suitcases are must-have accessories for an explorer-themed room. Choose shades of papyrus, linen and antique leather, with accents of teal and duck egg. And for your childs curtain, we recommend the olde-worlde charm of Burghley Walnut, a classic Wollaton Standard stripe, or a sophisticated Angelou Denim.
COMIC STRIP STYLE
Boys love superheroes – fact! And we love this uber cool comic strip bedroom. Monochrome cartoons with vibrant primary colours are the essential ingredients for this look, and your curtain fabrics should reflect this hand-drawn, edgy styling. Choose abstract designs that complement your key colours. Abacus Liquorice, Isra Amber and Riviera Turqouise all work really well with this fantasy theme.
When your comic-mad boy grows into a movie-loving teen, out go the cartoons and in come the movie posters. We love the clever use of space and colour in this compact bedroom. Choose luxuriously blackout curtain fabrics from our range in shades of orange, putty and charcoal. We recommend Bardot Rust, Bronco Charcoal or Lundy Charcoal.
This design strikes just the right balance between work and play, with its skater boy wall sticker, loft style bed and well-organised workspace. This room blends designer elements with utilitarian practicality. The clever lighting, with its mix of spotlight, angle-poise desk lamp and statement chandelier completes the urban cool look. Choose a classic curtain with a designer twist, like the Simply Hot stripe, Broadleigh Coffee or Daze Tango.
Designing a bedroom for a football fanatic can be tricky. The secret to getting it right is to choose accents of the main colour and use them sparingly in the overall scheme. In this design, cherry and redcurrant accents feature in an all-white room. The striped bedlinen brings the colours together and the taupe walls add warmth to the scheme. Pick out any one of these accent colours for your curtains. We’ve selected City Cherry stripe, Erika Fuschia and Element Taupe from our childrens blinds range.