HGTV fan Andi2347 combined bold stripes in orange, pink, yellow and white to create the ultimate girls’ bedroom for two. The sweet color combination helps reflect the natural light, creating a playful yet sophisticated space.
A plush orange chair sits in the corner of this kid's bedroom. A black pillow and a purple Ugly Doll provide pops of color. The orange is continued in the trim on the Roman shade and the striped carpet.
To help make this little girl's large bedroom cozy instead of cavernous, the designer added a seating area with a window seat and a canopy to the bed. Vibrant colors and patterns bring whimsy and fun to the space.
On the opposite end of the whimsical kids' room from the bunk beds, a toddler bed is nestled. Complete with its own orange teepee, this area creates a space that is perfect for big kids and little kids alike.
To help break up this large room, home to a little girl, the designers separated it out into different areas: sleeping and sitting. The canopy bed helps anchor the sleeping space. Punchy colors add vibrant personality.
A bold orange accent wall creates a bright backdrop for the navy details in this boy's bedroom design. Thick navy and white stripes on the comforter match the striped curtains and upholstered navy headboard with small nailhead trim. Orange pillows and upholstered cube stools tie the accent wall into the design.
This coastal-style bedroom can sleep up to six kids with a pair of trundle bunk beds. Red quilt bedspreads and red pillows complement the coral wallpaper. A ship's anchor, cork net floats and starfish carry out the nautical theme.
Muted walls with vibrant orange accents and geometric patterns make the kids’ bedroom not only fun but sophisticated and ideal for all ages. “I think it has universal appeal because it is very cute and childlike in a boy’s room, but I think this also works well as a guest room for adults,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
This kid's room design uses fun, bold, preppy colors and geometric patterns to make the boys’ room look both youthful and classic. Instead of the traditional bedside tables, the designer used a large console table between the beds. A pair of patterned cubes beneath the table pull out to provide seating for playtime or homework.