When it comes to decorating kids rooms, there are so many styles to choose from – modern, Scandinavian, vintage, industrial… the list goes on. It’s hard to choose a favourite but there’s one style that will never go out of fashion and that is vintage. Today’s trend will always be tomorrow’s vintage so a vintage room will always be in style.

Today I’ve got some beautiful vintage rooms to inspire you to create your very own. The advantage of a vintage room is that there are so many ways to create a vintage haven. If you want, you can mix and match with modern pieces and it still works so well. Or even just one large vintage piece of furniture is enough to give you the charming vintage look. If you can’t find any actual vintage pieces, you can still create the look with carefully selected new pieces that look old. You can choose to cram the room with vintage details or you can create a minimal vintage space. There are so many options.

Here are some ways to create the perfect vintage haven for a child:

vintage-kids-room-1Such a pretty room. That wrought iron crib adds all the charm and I love how they’ve mixed it up with the very modern pouf.

vintage-kids-room-2There are so many vintage details in this room and they all come together beautifully. Don’t miss that vintage mannequin bust – it’s little details like this that help create the perfect vintage space.

vintage-kids-room-3Creating a vintage space doesn’t always mean lots and lots of things. If you prefer to keep things minimal, this rooms shows you can still have a stylish vintage space that’s pared back.

vintage-kids-room4Colours can play a big part in creating a vintage feel like this boys room shows us. This is another room where things have been kept simple, but the vintage blue tones and the vintage clothes on display are all that’s needed to create a vintage feel.

vintage-kids-room-5From minimal to maximum! This room has a bit of everything thrown in – vintage furniture, vintage fabrics, vintage frames and more. The result is stunning! Charming , captivating and a magical space for a child.

What’s your vintage style?

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Nomita Vaish-Taylor is the founder and editor of Your DIY Family – Nomita shares DIY and design ideas for families who wants to get more creative quickly. You’ll find lots of fun ideas on her blog and you can also say hi to her on Facebook, Instagram, twitter or Pinterest.