Kid's Room with Schoolhouse Style Desk and Chalkboard
The kids' room incorporates built-in antique schoolhouse style desks, separate chalkboards and gooseneck lamps, an antique file cabinet for storing craft supplies and an interior awning with cedar shingles stained dark to coordinate with other wood accents.
The younger daughter Catalina's room was designed to be delicate and appropriate for her age. The warm neutral tones were paired with shades of pink, her favorite color, for a vibrant and feminine space.
The spatial layout for the younger daughter's room was very small and odd compared to the others. As a solution to make the room functional and chic, a twin size bed was tucked into the corner with the night stand placed at its end. To give the nightstand a sense of purpose, a delicate chandelier pendant hangs above. A small seating for two gives the daughter the opportunity to finish her homework, spend time with a friend and play inside her room.
Compared to his sisters' rooms, this boy's room was cooler in tone with slate wall covering, gray wall paint and shades of blue decor.
One of the client's main concerns was both storage and displaying his collection of toy cars. KIS Interior Design incorporated acrylic cubes and shelves that properly display the toys in a modern and unique aesthetic. The acrylic finish does not distract from the wall covering behind and creates a playful "floating" look.
Kid's Green Bedroom With Dinosaur Skeleton Models Is Whimsically Chic
With deep green walls, crisp white bedding, playful artwork and kooky dinosaur skeleton models, this kid's bedroom is the perfect combination of whimsy and refinement. A metallic nightstand completes the tasteful design.
Accent Pillows in Teal Girl's Room Create Design Continuity
The pillows on the bed in this teal girl's room match the pillows that accent the pink "sofa," creating continuity in the space, while a green lamp and green patterned throw and matching pillows accent the teal walls and white details.
This bedroom design is tasteful and refined enough to grow with the child, yet touches of whimsy ensure the space is appealing to a younger age range, as well. A geometric play structure provides a striking focal point and fun hideout.
This boys' bedroom, designed with a safari theme, is perfect for the little explorer. And its simple black, white and yellow color theme can easily move in a different direction when the child gets older.
Transitional Kid's Room With Confetti Comforter and Polka Dot Details
A brightly colored confetti print against a dark background on the bedding in this transitional kid’s bedroom repeats the patterns on the vibrant area rug. Light green walls keep the room feeling playful and young. Bright pink and blue chairs echo the fun rug colors and provide extra seating for activities.
Turn floor clutter into wall art with this vintage-style storage system from Restoration Hardware’s RH baby & child. Keep books, homework, pens and pencils off the floor and in this industrial wall-mounted storage solution.
In this kid's room, a petite white desk and twin bookshelves make a welcoming spot to do homework or other projects. A gauzy canopy hung from the ceiling turns a corner of the room into a cozy reading nook.
A pair of twin beds made with white and pink linens and gold bedskirts share a bedroom that has hardwood flooring and large windows covered with window blinds and rose draperies. A comfy polka dot chair is seated by a sage end table perfect for tea parties and story.