This charming boy's bedroom is designed in a spectrum of blues, with aqua trim that highlights the historic townhouse's period architecture. Large windows offer a backyard view, and art and accessories are decidedly masculine.
This eclectic boys' bedroom pairs toile wallpaper and Roman shades with contemporary furnishings, such as the chevron-patterned headboards. A bold yellow nightstand provides a jolt of color against the subtle blue-and-green color palette.
Nestled in the middle of built-in bookshelves, a desk with a three-drawer cabinet is the perfect study nook in this teen boy's bedroom. The cubed shelves provide ample storage space for books and treasured possessions.
This shared boys' bedroom features a bright blue color palette, rustic bunk bed and vibrant red-orange accents. A double work station gives each boy a designated place to do homework and to stow away his things.
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.
A desk fits neatly in between two twin beds in this teen boy's bedroom, also functioning as a nightstand. Over the window, a forest green valance is a welcome color variation to the main palette of blue and white.
The walls of this boy's bedroom gradate from darkest to lightest on the top by the ceiling to create the illusion of height. A traditional desk provides a place to do homework while a dramatic star-shaped chandelier illuminates the space.
This boy's bedroom is masculine but sophisticated, with antique furnishings and carefully placed art. Steel blue trim highlights the original architectural details, and a blue-painted twin bed mixes function with flair. Walls are covered in a rustic Imperial Basecoat Plaster.
Kid-friendly style is so sophisticated in this boy's bedroom that mixes cool graphic prints with pops of bright color. The resulting look is rich with personality and details, like the midcentury bed and desk, that can grow along with the room's owner.
Stripes of hardwood flooring make a dramatic statement in this amber-colored transitional boys bedroom from HGTV Green Home 2011. A loft bed flipped upside down becomes a pint-size four-poster bed and the transitional armchair is the perfect place for reading.
This fun and playful boy's bedroom is peppered with vintage and handmade toys. A fiberglass shark hangs over the traditional wood headboard while a window seat with a long gray bolster pillow sits under a striped Roman shade flanked by built-in bookshelves.
This boys' bedroom features a British and transportation motif, with a blue Union Jack rug and wallpaper patterned with buses and taxicabs. A cozy, space-saving window seat offers a spot for reading or overnight guests, as well as cabinets for extra storage.
The best seats in the house are yours in this boy's bedroom with its wall-filling mural putting you right in the thick of game night excitement. A large mural like this one can be a great way to open up a smaller space.