This white upstairs bedroom is perfect for kids with a partially vaulted ceiling and a large window for lots of natural light. Matching twin beds with upholstered headboards provide a space to sleep, while a small desk is available for study time.
To make this little boy's work space extra personal, designers had him work on paper crafts that they hung in the homework area above his desk. They also ordered coloring books, pencils, crayons and art supplies for the desk so that it was ready to use once the renovation was complete.
This sweet bedroom is a slumber party dream come true! Bamboo hanging chairs face the bunk beds for easy late-night chats. The turquoise, watermelon, and sunshine-yellow striped dhurrie rug brightens up the room.
Classic Furniture Creates a Room That Can Grown Up with Its Owner
The homeowners wanted a room that could grow up with their little boy, so designers chose timeless pieces of furniture and base linens for that specific purpose. Designers took liberty to make the room more fun with the artwork, throw pillows and other decor they brought into the space.
Designers hung artwork over the dresser that isn't too "little kid-ish" but is still fun and exciting. These pieces are fun and youthful, but can be easily exchanged for something more sophisticated the homeowners' little boy grows.
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.
Custom double bunk beds offer plenty of sleeping space for young guests at this Lake Tahoe ski retreat. Rich, earthy colors fit with the woodsy setting. Clean lines blend with the home's rustic, yet contemporary architecture.
The homeowners wanted a space for their boys that was both fun and masculine, so designers used a navy, teal, walnut and gold color palette to create this shared boys' room that has private spaces for each of the children.
Children's Bedroom With Double Dunk Beds, Plaid Bed Linens, and Stuffed Animal Collection
Plaid bed linens and sail boat pillow cases decorate the two sets of bunk beds separated by a wood panel with built in bookshelves in this kid's bedroom. A lovable collection of stuffed animals adds comfort and color to the room. A sleek black dresser with gray drawers compliments the gray and neutral tones on the walls and strip of shag carpeting.
Clean white walls and furniture allow the vibrant orange, pink and green accents to take center stage in this modern kid's bedroom. A graphic rug and coordinating throw pillows bring movement to the space.
The homeowners wanted a fun retreat to house all their grandkids, and four built-in bunk beds proved the perfect solution. The kids' bedroom expertly incorporates the home's beach location into its design, so the space is just as beautiful as it is functional.
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.