Four looks for Kid's bedrooms

Bring out the best in your little ones with one of these four fresh looks.

1 BEST FOR LIFE'S DREAMERS

Help them drift off to sleep with an origami-inspired lamp beside the bed.

Cover the walls with a sea of calming rolling waves.

Scandi simplicity is just right for homework corners.

Growth spurts can be noted on this sleek chart.

A surrealist print will fire their imagination.

Keep the birthdayparty feeling going with a handmade wall decoration.

This smart piece will see them from tot to teen.

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2 BEST FOR MINI STYLISTAS

Go retro, but stay modern, with a rattan number in a pastel hue.

The Sixties design icon by Verner Panton is super cute when scaled down.

Give walls some pop art.

Live it with neon.

Terrazzo is having a serious style moment.

Mango wood and rattan equals chic storage.

Perfect for hiding treasures.

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3 BEST FOR LITTLE HIPSTERS

A night-time scene of yellow cabs and skyscrapers brings the big Apple home.

Sleepovers are sorted with a pared-back bunk.

An artistic accessory that shouts individuality.

Award-winning scooter for a kid on the go.

This mini storage piece teams industrial styling and a bold colour punch.

Build storage skyscrapers with stackable units.

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4 BEST FOR FREE SPIRITS

Set the scene for adventures with walls covered in lush vegetation.

The ultimate hideaway...

If your little one needs a confidante, elephants are all ears..

Double-duty designs like this footstool-cum- seat earn their keep.

Walk on the wild side with this cosy piece.

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