HGTV Design Star contestant Leslie's design is pulled in many directions, but she creates lots of character. "It's almost like a collection of crazy moments, everywhere. There's nothing really kind of pulling it together," says judge Vern Yip.
This stylish boy's bedroom uses bold punches of turquoise in the benches, nightstand and ottomans to complement the gray color palette. Colorful wall art behind the beds infuses the room with more color, and a plush window seat with an array of throw pillows creates a cozy spot for the boys to relax. A black and white striped rug grounds the space and adds lovely contrast to the bright accent colors.
This fun Industrial Wire Cubby Jet Shelf from RH baby & child gives a warehouse aesthetic to a child's bedroom, playroom or family game room. Made of wire for rigidity and strength, this wall shelf with personality can be hung left or right and help you control clutter and organize items you want to find quickly.
This cheerful kids' bedroom features two twin beds dressed in white and gold polka dot comforters. Fun colorful pom poms decorate throw pillows and embellish the curtains. Faux fur rugs and bright pink bean bags at the foot of each bed add a cozy touch to the deep brown hardwood floors.
This girl's bedroom has everything it needs for cozy—and stylish—comfort. There's a big bed, a desk for homework and a tucked-away reading and daydreaming nook. Gray and white is a simple palette and makes it easy to accessorize with bright colors and graphic patterns.
Versatile solutions like this dresser from Stokke with an optional attachment for changing diapers gives you storage that can grow with your child. When your child is past the diaper stage, the soft-closing drawers can be used for storing different-sized toys. Look for dressers with low-height drawers, so little ones can help put away their toys at cleaning time.
This bedroom's soft, soothing color palette of grays accented with sparse pops of red creates the perfect backdrop for a striking accent piece — which comes in the form of a life-size shark. The shark adds kid-approved personality and pizzazz to the transitional bedroom.
Pattern and texture fill this boy's bedroom, creating a playful and exciting space. A graphic rug grounds the space, while abstract wallpaper is used as a focal wall behind the bed. Organization is essential in kids' rooms, so the bed features drawers underneath for extra storage.