Here are some ideas which I just love so thought I would document for the future:
Country Childs Bedroom:
A mixture of delicate prints, homemade bunting and painted furniture gives this child's bedroom a quintessentially country feel.
Cute four-poster children’s bedroom
Give a four-poster bed a sweet rather than twee look with understated curtains and bedding. Pink fabrics keep this scheme girly, while the off-white walls mean that the scheme can be updated as the child grows up. Opt for a trundle bed for extra space when friends come to stay, and display their favourite toys proudly in a white-painted stylish shelving unit.
Eclectic child's bedroom
Create a kid's room that will grow with them by teaming smart painted furniture with a metal bunk bed frame for an eclectic mix of styles. Checked throws provide the room with fun colour and pattern, without it feeling to childish.
Bedroom ideas for young adults
A stowaway trundle bed is ideal for when friends come to stay, while a pretty dressing area is perfect when getting ready for parties!
Another Eclectic Childs Bedroom:
Give your child's bedroom a feeling of individuality with vintage-inspired pieces such as a patchwork quilt and rustic frames. All white walls and floors mean the room can grow as the child does.
I love how modern wall art, like the examples below, have really come into their own in recent and it really is a great way to spruce up a room without the need to completely redecorate:
I'm sure I will add more ideas as and when I find them....