A Boy's Red and White Bedroom Features a Study and Snack Nook
A red desk with white countertop is used in a boy's bedroom for homework and snacking. A red and white checked upholstered chair is placed nearby, as is a white shelving unit that uses red and black baskets to store toys and other items.
Boho-Chic Girl's Room With Dreamcatcher, Watercolor Wall Art
A woven dreamcatcher hangs over the bed, its bright blue and pink tassels echoing the colors in the throw pillows. Two watercolor cactuses laser-cut and hand-painted by designer Joanna Gick balance the piece on either end.
A desk carved out beneath the eaves and a Barbie-pink door turn this architecturally interesting space into a playroom-slash-palace for a young girl. Kid-sized modern furniture and bursts of bright color create a space that's both whimsical and chic.
Using Benjamin Moore's Newburyport Blue as the backdrop, Jenn Feldman Designs created a fun, Americana themed space for a race car loving kid, with seating for mom and dad and their other two sons to jump on in. By creatively angling the twin bed and it's frame, JFD was able to add seating and play space for all to gather, all while keeping the details fun for a fantastic four-year-old kid!
A teal feature wall is fun and mature enough to suit the young occupant of this bedroom both in her childhood and her teenage years. A tailored bed and headboard also will remain timeless throughout her life.
A boldly patterned cornice, durable FLOR tiles and a bright, fun palette create a bedroom fit for two young superheroes. The fabric is by Schumacher, and the cube-shaped nightstand is by Jonathan Adler.
Make clean-up fun with this adorable retro wagon from Restoration Hardware’s RH baby & child. With classic details like wood railings and cast-iron wheels, this wagon can roll along with your child as they tidy up the room. Park it and it’s decor.
A vibrant orange desk paired with a contemporary gray chair sits against a yellow wall in this kid's bedroom. The carpet is shades of black-and-gray rectangles to contrast against the bright colors of the room.
Kids can acquire plenty of paper clutter on their own, too. Keep their bedroom and playroom organized by integrating stylish storage boxes onto bookshelves and cabinets. Extra-wide boxes can keep precious artwork and drawings stowed away for safekeeping, and magazine holders can double as coloring book organizers. With a proper place for everything, cleaning up and staying organized can be a breeze for little ones.
Aqua Bedroom With Twin Poster Beds and Striped Walls
Tone-on-tone striped walls surround this coastal-inspired bedroom. Twin poster beds add a traditional touch to the space, while turquoise beds add a whimsical look. A blue striped rug ties in the various colors in the bedroom.
Neutral Kids' Bedroom With Loft Bed and Navy Accents
HGTV Design Star contestant Kellie designed this kid's bedroom on episode seven of season six. Though Mason asked for bunk beds, Kellie chose a loft bed with a hideout underneath. But Mason was noticeably disappointed at the reveal: "Poor kid. He was just looking for his bunk beds," says judge David Bromstad.