Brilliant Kids Bedroom Ideas for Little Bookworms
Have you got a budding bookworm on your hands? Hoorah!
Whether they’re into classic Enid Blyton or the latest David Walliams, children should always be encouraged to read. The benefits of reading are numerous: not only is it fun, but it can also improve a kid’s creativity, well-being, happiness and empathy. Not to mention, it’s valuable time spent not looking at a screen!
If you want to incorporate your little one’s love of the written word into their room design, ‘read’ on for our brilliant kid’s bedroom ideas for little bookworms!
1. Fraser Single Storage Bookcase Bed
The Fraser Single Storage Bed by Cuckooland is the perfect sleep station for a bookworm, thanks to the built-in bookshelf in the headboard.
This means your little reader can keep their favourite books close by, ready for bedtime stories or some early morning page-turning before the rest of the house is awake.
Why not use the trundle drawer below the bed to store an extra mattress so you can snuggle up with your book-mad babe and read alongside them?
2. Vipack Cabin Bed with Desk and Bookcase
Alternatively, if you need more storage space for your little one’s book collection but don’t have room for more furniture, the Vipack Cabin Bed with Desk & Bookcase might be the perfect bed for them.
Not only does it have a 2-shelf bookcase underneath, but there’s also more shelving on the side of the desk, almost doubling the amount of book storage on offer. A magic trick Harry Potter himself would be proud of!
And, when they’re ready to start writing stories of their own, the desk provides the perfect place for them to get their creative ideas onto paper.
3. Mathy by Bols Dominique Bunk Bed with Tree Bookcase
Perhaps you have not one but two mini bookworms in your house?
In that case, we recommend ‘branching’ out and choosing the Dominique Bunk Bed with Tree Bookcase from Mathy By Bols as the perfect shared bed for your little ones.
Mathy By Bols are artisan bed makers and can make the bed and bookcase in a choice of 26 colours – so you can create a truly unique bed to suit your kids’ style.
The built-in tree bookcase will add whimsical, woodland-themed fun to their room whilst providing practical storage for their Lord of the Rings collection on its branches!
4. Vox Tuli Bookcase & Toy Storage
If you need something to store your little one’s toys as well as books, look no further than the Vox Tuli Bookcase & Toy Storage Unit.
This stylish shelving unit is available in white or mint green. It comes complete with tags to label each of the cubby holes, so you could divide them up by book genre if you wanted.
Perhaps the best thing about this kid’s storage unit is that the low-height and open shelves are so easily accessible to little ones, so they can dive into a book whenever they feel the urge strike!
5. Vipack Casami Beach House Bookcase
For a sand-sational way to display your child’s books, check out the Vipack Casami Beach House Cupboard.
This unique and stylish bookshelf is shaped like a beach hut to bring all the magic of the seaside into your child’s space. They’ll love reading Stella and the Seagull or Moby Dick after picking it up from this stylish shelf.
Why not add a shell or some driftwood to complete the beachy look?
6. Vox Stige Modular Bookcase
Want to build your own storage wall to contain your little one’s novels?
The Vox Stige Modular Bookcase is an 8-compartment unit available in 3 colour options: blue, grey and pistachio (a gorgeous pastel green!)
It can be positioned vertically or horizontally and fits perfectly with other Stige units, including single and 2-door cabinets, so you can build your own modular storage wall to suit your child’s needs.
Stige’s flexibility and timeless style will last your little one throughout their childhood!
7. Mathy by Bols Louane Tree Bookcase
For a tree-rific way to display your child’s books, the Mathy By Bols Tree Bookcase is hard to beat.
This unbe-leaf-able kid’s bookshelf is available in a choice of 26 colours, so you can pick the one that best matches your kid’s room – or go for something completely different to make a statement!
You could arrange your little one’s books by the colour of their spines, with a different colour on each ‘branch’, to create a fun rainbow look.
8. Vox Nest Bookcase
If your child’s number of books is verging on ‘library’ status, don’t worry: the Vox Nest Bookcase is here for you.
With an incredible 17 separate compartments, the Nest Bookcase has more than enough space to store even the most out-of-control collection.
Choose to add the optional storage boxes to fit in some of the cubby holes to give your little one some private storage space and reduce clutter. Perhaps this is where they can keep their favourite childhood books out of sight from teenage friends!
9. Vipack Kiddy Wooden Bookcase
Finally, add an adventurous feel to your kid’s bedroom with this tepee-shaped Kiddy Bookcase by Vipack.
The shelves are made from a combination of MDF and solid pine for a natural finish. This is the perfect place to store their favourite Wild West-inspired reads or Treasure Island – anything that involves exploring!
Complete the look with matching items from the Kiddy range, which include a floating shelf, a toy box and a chest of drawers with a shelf – all more potential book storage solutions!