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10 Cool Ideas for Small Kids Rooms

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Kids don’t need more space — they just need more creativity. Plenty of people fit families in comfy quarters — whether it’s three kids in one bedroom or converting a closet into a baby nursery.

Here are 10 cool small kids rooms to give you some inspiration for your own tiny space:

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  • Storage Solutions 1 of 10
    Storage Solutions
    Another example of space-saving under-bed storage.
  • Hidden Bed 2 of 10
    Hidden Bed
    If your kid is sleeping in a smaller attic space, this hideaway bed is conveniently tucked away.
  • Bright and Neutral 3 of 10
    Bright and Neutral
    Neutral colors and lots of natural light brighten up this small space.
  • Stay Creative 4 of 10
    Stay Creative
    Just because you're lacking space doesn't mean you have to lack style.
  • Crib Nook 5 of 10
    Crib Nook
    Taking advantage of nooks and crannies is key in maximizing a small space.
  • Two Kids in a Closet 6 of 10
    Two Kids in a Closet
    Our Family Style blogger, Jordan, had her crib specially "hacked" and installed to fit two kids in one closet.
  • Closet Hideaway 7 of 10
    Closet Hideaway
    I'm not sure how she got up there, but it doesn't look like she minds her cozy hideaway.
  • Indoor Treehouse 8 of 10
    Indoor Treehouse
    These parents certainly took advantage of this narrow space.
  • A Perfect Fit 9 of 10
    A Perfect Fit
    What more does a baby really need?
  • Space Saver 10 of 10
    Space Saver
    The bed positioning and under-bed storage saves some serious space.

1. Sergi Mengot via Home-Designing; 2. Smallrooms.tumblr; 3. Ohdeedoh; 4. Jordan Ferney via Oh Happy Day; 5. Ohdeedoh; 6. Ohdeedoh; 7. Pinterest; 8. Spearmint Baby; 9. Country Living; 10.Small Place Style

For more easy ways to liven up a kid’s space, check out our favorite wall decals!

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