Many sociologists, psychologists and environmental designers have suggested that physical environment is stimulating the senses of children where they can explore and experiment not only positively effects their learning ability and skills but also influences their behavior. However practitioners of children space design adapt their spatial perspectives to meet the clients' needs and find new ways to work imaginatively within budget constraints. For this reason the focus of this study is to discuss the expectations, preferences and necessities of children's bedrooms by adults as an example of their contemporary implementation and implications within the interior environment. The method used is examination of various publications, results of children study researches, surveys, observations in order to determine their needs, preferences, concerns and expectations. In the study 160 completed questionnaires were used under the following headings; The status of children with the possession of a room of their own, dimensions of the bedrooms, floor covering, wall papers or covering and wall colors, children desire to spend time in the room and the time spent, furniture, matters taken into account in preference of furniture, general and material preferences, while these present paradigms in the approach to children's bedrooms at the present day, the physical qualities that need to be included within the framework of this context is the matter of discussion and argument.