19 Yellow Kids’ Rooms For Small Spaces

Ever wondered how to bring a bit of sunshine into those small spaces?

Well, we’ve got you covered! In this article, we’ve gathered 19 adorable examples of yellow kids’ rooms that’ll make you smile.

Yellow Kids’ Rooms with Floor Beds

yellow room with floating shelves

Switching from a crib to a bed can be a bit nerve-wracking, right? With floor beds, you can breathe easy. They’re low to the ground, so no worries about little ones taking a tumble.

Plus, they’re perfect for kiddos who toss and turn all night – no need to fret about them rolling off a high bed.

That said, I love this comfy floor bed decked out in cozy linens and topped with some adorable cushions.

minimalist bed on yellow wall

Not really fond of floor beds’ aesthetics? That’s alright, you can choose low beds like these that have a more traditional bed frame appearance.

Its low height will still make it easy for your child to climb in and out of bed independently. There’s also a bit of room underneath to store small bins or baskets for toys, shoes, and seasonal clothing.

Don’t forget to layer the low bed with plush throws, cushions, and blankets to add comfort and warmth. I like how this family has brought in yellow in the wall panel and the bed cover.

Yellow Bed Canopies

yellow canopy bed

Bed canopies add a touch of whimsy and charm to a child’s bedroom. Some children also feel more secure and comforted with a canopy draped over their bed.

This adorable tiny pink bed decked out with a bumblebee yellow canopy is a girl’s dream come true. It looks like something out of a fairytale!

I recommend stringing some twinkling fairy lights along the canopy’s edges. Trust me, it’s gonna be enchanting!

canopy bed om corner

Here’s bed with a canopy that you can easily DIY using sheer yellow curtains.

You can mount a curtain or tension rod above the bed and drape the curtains over the curtain rod, allowing them to cascade down on either side of the bed.

Oh, and don’t forget about the wall next to the bed – it’s prime real estate for personalization! Stick up some decals with your kid’s name or their favorite quotes to make the space feel totally theirs.

Yellow House Bed

house-shaped bed with storage

This whimsical bed is more than just a space to sleep for your child.

It’s crafted with so much attention to detail, it’s almost like having a little cottage right in your kid’s bedroom. The sunny color also just fills the whole room with good vibes.

And the best part – this bed has under-bed storage drawers. I love a clever space-saving design!

Yellow Sleeping Alcove

yellow bed nookINSTAGRAM @juniormagazineonline

Having an alcove in a kid’s room is like having their own slice of privacy, especially if they’re sharing a room with siblings. It’s the perfect spot for them to have a bit of “me time.”

This particular alcove makes you want to kick back and relax with its fluffy pillows and plush bedding.

Add your kid’s artwork and fun decals of their favorite characters to the walls. They can make the alcove their own little gallery!

Yellow Rooms with Bunk Beds

yellow bunk bed

This room feels like a sunny day brought indoors! The bunk bed is burst of sunshine in furniture form. Plus, it’s stacked up nice and neat, great for bedrooms with limited space.

However, I wish the top bunk had some wall shelves too for books and nighttime essentials.

You can place a bedside lamp or wall sconce near each bunk for added convenience and comfort during nighttime reading or activities.

bunk bed on angled ceilingINSTAGRAM @annahainesdesigns

I love how this charming room, from the ceiling to the bunk bed to the reading nook, is wrapped up in the same warm buttery yellow.

The bunk beds, designed to fit within the pitched roof of the narrow bedroom, also offer a sense of privacy and seclusion. Perfect for restful nights and lazy mornings!

I suggest using woven baskets or bins to corral clutter and keep the room tidy while adding to the rustic charm of the space.

colorful palm paintingINSTAGRAM @livspace

This room looks like it belongs to the coolest kid in town! This space is a burst of color and fun, especially with that stylish bunk bed and wallpaper filled with colorful handprints.

Tip: be adventurous when designing a room like this!

For instance, that rug looks out of place. I would switch it with a statement rug in a geometric pattern or bold color to anchor the room and add warmth and texture to the floor.

Here are other wallpaper designs to choose from for a little girl’s room!

L-shaped bunk bedINSTAGRAM @handcrafted_by_marty

Speaking of bold design, here’s a room that adds a fun pop of pattern to the space using cheetah print bedsheets. It’s a quick and effective way to spice things up!

It’s also a good choice to have dual-toned walls for this room and a gray bunk bed. The chic gray frame blends seamlessly with the soft hues of white and Tuscany yellow.

You can add a bean bag chair to create a cozy reading nook or relaxation spot.

Yellow Play Areas and Reading Corners

Kids room with yellow cabinetsINSTAGRAM @the_cube_designers

This play area, decked out with a cute table and colorful chairs, is just begging for some serious playtime action.

Notice also those kid-sized cabinets and cubbies?

They’re at a perfect height for children to stash away all their toys and art supplies on their own. Meanwhile, those floor-to-ceiling yellow cabinets add an extra dose of fun with their bright hue.

I recommend setting up play tents or canopies to create a cozy and magical hideaway for imaginative play.

ladder shelves on yellow roomINSTAGRAM @old_red_house

Nestled by a sunlit window, this charming reading corner will be loved by your little bookworm. At its heart sits a petite bookshelf, stacked with colorful books and adorned with plushies.

But that’s not all – there’s also a kid-sized armchair that’s the perfect spot to curl up with a good book and get lost in a story.

You can place floor cushions or poufs around the reading corner for friends or siblings to join in on the fun.

yellow shelves with lightsINSTAGRAM @abdulqadir.designer

Welcome to the most adorable hangout spot in the house! This play area’s got everything – from recessed wall bookshelves to a plush chair shaped like a bunny.

Plus, with all that space overhead, there’s no limit to where your children’s imagination can take them.

I suggest adding some interactive elements. Think chalkboard walls where kids can doodle to their heart’s content, magnetic boards for endless games and creativity, or sensory bins filled with all sorts of cool stuff to explore.

Yellow Loft Beds

bedroom with bed drawers and slideINSTAGRAM @modernkidsbedrooms_egypt

This place looks like a magical kingdom where your little ones can let their imaginations run wild. You’ve got those awesome bunk beds with a secret hideout built right into the top bunk. It’s like having their very own clubhouse up there!

Down below, you’ve got the ultimate cozy spot for snoozing and snuggling up with a good book.

But wait, there’s more – storage galore, my friends. We’re talking drawers, shelves, bins – you name it, this room’s got it. 

yellow fading white bedroom wallINSTAGRAM @nebule_pl

This room is all about versatility, with a loft bed high above and a chill day bed down below. It’s the perfect setup for all kinds of fun – whether it’s sleepovers with friends or lounging around on lazy days.

Like the previous room, this one is also a storage champ – I love the wall shelves and display shelves.

To add to the fun, designate a space for arts and crafts with a kid-sized table, art supplies, and storage bins.

Boys’ Room with Yellow and Blue Wallpaper

DIY tire shelfINSTAGRAM @designdecortravel

This boys’ room is a burst of energy and personality, with its vibrant mix of yellow and blue wallpaper creating a fun and bright atmosphere.

Check out that tire-turned-bedside shelf – it’s not your average nightstand, that’s for sure! It’s such a cool and quirky touch to the room.

That headboard is something else too – like a giant collage of everything this kid loves. It adds so much character to the space, along with those photos above the headboard.

Tiny Yellow Nurseries

colorful chest of drawers with shelves

Picture this: your very own sunny sanctuary for your little bundle of joy! This yellow nursery is like a ray of sunshine, guaranteed to brighten up even the dreariest of days.

That yellow rug is also just begging to be snuggled on – great for those late-night cuddles and early morning playtime.

Don’t forget to hang cute and whimsical artwork on the walls to add a playful touch to the space.

yellow nursery room and toysINSTAGRAM @candyqueenexplores

You know what’s cool about yellow accents in a tiny nursery? They work like magic to make the space feel bigger and more open! It’s like they bounce light around the room, making it feel all airy and spacious.

Also, when you’re working with a tiny space, it’s all about getting creative with your furniture. Think of multifunctional pieces like a changing table with built-in storage. That way, you’re saving space without sacrificing style or convenience.

Check out 32 other gorgeous wallpaper ideas for your baby girl’s nursery.

Neutral-Toned Bedroom with Yellow Bedsheets and Pillowcases

yellow bed with drawers

If you don’t want to commit to a yellow room but still want a cheerful pop of color, you can brighten up your kid’s room with your choice of linens.

In this room, soft cream and gray walls set the vibe but the bedsheet and pillowcases liven up the place! The cheery accents serve as focal points, drawing your eyes and adding visual interest to the room.

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