For decorations designers chose a mixture of funky, youthful pieces and more sophisticated, classic pieces to complete this little girl's room. The funkier pieces are smaller so that they can be easily changed out as she grows. The larger pieces were chosen to give the room the ability to "grow up" with her.
Designers wanted to create a space that could grow with its eight year old owner, so they chose to create a focal point with blue and white watercolor flower wallpaper. This choice is whimsical enough for a child, but is sophisticated enough to appeal to a young lady.
Mix of Color, Texture and Style Creates a Unique Girl's Room
Designers wanted to create a kid's room that wasn't so matched, the way that many kids' rooms are, so they took care to choose unique items that mixed color, texture and style to create this space that can easily transition with the homeowners' daughter as she grows.
Powder Blue Kid's Room With Two Twin Beds, Star Pendant Light and Wide Roman Shade
A contemporary star light is centered in this kid's bedroom for a fun contemporary touch to the design. Matching twin beds feature textured frames and striped throw blankets over the blue comforters. The powder blue color creates a light look throughout the room, with the striped floor rug adding complimentary shades to the color palette.
An array of fun, quirky accessories adorns a midcentury modern desk in this boy's bedroom. The fun doesn't stop there — colorful skateboards are mounted in a row above the bed, creating an unexpected and eye-catching form of artwork.
"Fun" is the word that best describes this teen girl's room. A blue focal wall matches the custom headboard, making the room pop with color. A hanging bubble chair provides bedside seating, while a four-foot-wide, flokati-covered rolling ottoman offers extra seating and a contrasting color to the blue and pink accents.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines transformed a depressing room into a bright and festive nursery for the Purks' baby on the way. The old wall paneling was removed and replaced with light blue painted drywall with white trim.
White and Turquoise Guest Bedroom With Black Metal Framed Windows
Natural light illuminates this coastal guest bedroom. Black metal frames the windows, while white bed linens cover the gray upholstered bed. Turquoise pillows and a striped rug add pops of color, while white nightstands with glass lamps are positioned on either side of the bed.
Fun and Colorful Kid's Bedroom With Built-In Bunk Beds
This spunky, modern kid's room on New York's Upper West Side features built-in bunk beds with reading lamps, a streamlined paint treatment and a hanging bubble chair any kid would love. Gray lacquered floating shelves serve as nightstands for each bunk, while built-in drawers provide storage. A mod polka-dot rug pulls together the fun and colorful palette.