"We wanted something that would be fun for the kids and spark their imagination," said interior designer Carrie Maniaci about this birch forest bedroom. Custom murals and materials make this room come alive while the custom built bunk bed really sets this space apart.
Tamara Hubinsky’s mission for this design was to create a hideout for the 9-year-old boy that would still accommodate him as he matured. The bookshelf stairs were custom designed to provide storage and utilize precious bedroom space. The stairs also add structure to the loft bed, which is important for kids’ rooms that are subject to lots of movement and heavy use. Small stair carpet treads (in a stone, riverbed pattern) add comfort and safety.
The geometric print FLOR carpet squares freshen up the design of this fun kid's bedroom. Sconces in each bunk are controlled by individual switches so young occupants can get in late night comic book reading without disturbing nearby sleepers.
This built-in desk in a kid's bedroom gets a fun pop of color with bright wallpaper that's hung only on the backs of shelves. A modern upholstered stool and bright yellow desk lamp turn the small space into a functional study area.
This girl's bedroom is designed to be elegant with a classic feel, yet very girly. Lots of textures give richness to the room, and the beautiful raspberry and blue tones create a space that is one of kind. The color of the built in unit is continued around the room in the baseboards and moldings. A thin-line patterned wallpaper creates an accent wall behind the crib wall while an upholstered desk bench and solid accent panel create a bolder color saturation on the opposite wall.
To give each sister her own space and make the most of the room's small footprint, designer Lexi Westergard separated the twin beds with a large blue dresser. Three spacious drawers ensure that both girls have enough room for clothes.