Tucked in a corner in this nursery space, the six drawer changing table is a modern dresser that has been repurposed for use in the nursery. Once this little boy is older, the changing table will convert back to a dresser, becoming a part of a more grown up space.
As seen on HGTV's Buying and Selling, Cameron and Krystal wanted a grown up space to entertain their friends and family, so Drew and Jonathan brought in some modern furniture and updated the details of their outdated home. The neutral colors of the walls sofa, and chairs are complimented by natural elements around the doors and windows. The brothers then added color to the space by choosing warm blue and copper accent pillows and chrome candlesticks, chandelier and table lamps to help reflect light into the room.
The homeowners wanted a room that could grow up with their little boy, so designers chose timeless pieces of furniture and base linens for that specific purpose. Designers took liberty to make the room more fun with the artwork, throw pillows and other decor they brought into the space.
The desk area in this boy's room creates the perfect blend between an adult and adolescent space. A black, professional desk and modular shelving bring a grown-up hint to the space, while the bright orange chair and figurine displays keeps the space appropriately childish, creating a design that can grow with its occupant.
Skip the grown-up table and host your chid's birthday party at the coffee table. Delineate the space with colorful balloons tied to the table legs, then add high-energy hues to the table with bowls, plates and cups. Keep baskets nearby with clean-up necessities in the event of any spills or smudges.
To help dress up the "big girl" side of the room, designers repurposed an antique armoire by painting it a classic, mint green and adding new crystal drawer pulls. Then, they added a couple of fun prints and a globe to give the space a chic, more grown up touch.
This family room is designed to feel soft and fun but still sophisticated. Blue walls liven up the look, while a stunning white leather sectional offers a more grown-up piece to anchor the child-friendly space.
In this home's master bathroom, the colors are more vibrant and grown up than in the kids' bathroom. A bold teal color adorns the wall, while the floors are made of a complementary teal patterned tile. Pink towels accent the space along with Chinese statues and pictures that give the space personality and depth.
Sometimes we don't think of wood as color, but look at how these bar stools pop with vibrance in this modern, neutral kitchen! Against a backdrop of white and gray, the natural tones of the wood are the real art in the space, which feels clean cut and grown up.
Pull a disappearing act with stunning rustic wooden doors. Interior glass doors visually divide rooms when needed but open when one large space is desired. And in a home with young kids, wooden doors are great for keeping grown-up parties from waking the little ones.
This colorful, candy-inspired room is perfect for a tween looking to feel a bit more grown up. Designer Genevieve Gorder chose a sophisticated yet youthful color palette, along with modern furnishings and a private candy bar to turn this space into a cool hangout.
Welcome to the bedroom every kid (and many a grown up) dreams of having. Decked out in cool contemporary style, the space features a gray and white palette with graphic print wallpaper, bold lime green accents and—wait for it—a climbing wall.
Grown-ups and kids alike can play to their heart's content in this stellar game room that features arcade games, a pool table and more. Gleaming wood floors and white ceilings visually open up the window-free space.
Bubblegum pink and baby blue are often associated with juvenile spaces, but if you get the mix of elements right, it can fit almost any age group or style. Here, molded plastic chairs in a muted shade of robin's-egg blue are a bit more grown up than baby blue, and a toned-down shade of bubblegum pink is introduced with grommeted drapery panels.