Kids’ imagination is wild and spectacular and they need stimulating environments that allows them to use this imagination and to put their creativity to good use. Using a fun theme when designing their rooms is a great idea. We’ve selected five inspiring themes you might like to take a look at.

The first one is a design inspired by the Secret Chronicles of Narnia. Two adjacent rooms or two separate areas in a room are connected through a closet with a secret door inside. The opening is only big enough for a kid to fit through, making this a lot more fun and special.

A house that has an attic or two floors could include a secret treehouse room for the kids to play in. it’s actually just an opening in the ceiling of one room and the floor of another that allows kids to climb a ladder and access their playroom. The fun part is the painted tree that actually makes this look like a secret treehouse.

If your kids like fairytales, give them a fairytale room. You can decorate it with all sorts of interesting things like a floor lamp shaped like a giant flower, a bed that looks like a bird’s nest, tiny rugs that look like lilypads and lots of other great things.

Since most little girls like princesses, perhaps your would enjoy having a princess bedroom, with a carriage bed or a canopy bed, beautiful curtains and cute vintage furniture and accessories. It’s all in the details.

For boys, racetrack-themed bedrooms probably seem a lot more interesting. You can design the room with a race car bed, decorate it with flags and circulation signs and give it a themed color palette. Not everything has to be themed as long as there are enough special features in the décor.