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.
A boys bedroom with a transportation theme features car art, bedding and accessories– even a hand-painted race car mural. The red, white and blue striped bedding is versatile and can be used through the years on the blue twin bed. An antique metal fire engine pedal-car is the perfect accent
Tan walls provide a neutral backdrop to this eclectic boy's bedroom. An upholstered bed dressed in camo linens is centered on the wall of windows that allow in tons of natural light. Roman shades provide privacy and block light when needed. A big, contemporary chaise longue makes for a comfortable spot to relax.
Although home to a baby at the moment, this bedroom is ready to transition to a bigger boy's room with twin beds in a sweet blue plaid. The armchair rocker works well for mom and dad, and will always be the perfect place for storytime.
Behind the bunk beds in this boys' room hides a secret space for the young boys to play. With two bookshelves, a desk on each side and perfect peeping windows, the nook has all the trappings of a hidden fort.
In one corner of the back wall of the homeowners' son's bedroom, designers installed a built-in desk, giving the room's occupant a space to work and create. Decorated with fun, anime art, posters from his favorite band, his favorite books and sports trophies and a small file cabinet for storage, this desk space is the perfect place for a teenage boy.
An upscale retreat for the youngest gentleman of the house, the Little Boy Blu room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 offers a nostalgic sense of boyish adventure. Designer Shelley Cahan combined classic, tailored elements with vintage-inspired nickel accents, distressed furnishings and a hand-drawn airplane on the ceiling.
This cheery kids bedroom features modern bunk beds with space-inspired bedding and pillows. Multicolored floral curtains decorate the windows, while a green and white square patterned area rug covers the wood floors.
Create a colorful, creative space for your child with this light blue transitional kids room. A lime green dresser, colorful artwork and a black and white striped lamp brighten up the space, while a pair of sock monkeys and pile of books personalize the space.
Toile wallpaper reflects the classic style of the mantel, while the bright green shade modernizes the space. An open bookcase houses books and toys, while chalkboard boxes provide hidden storage for smaller toys.