A mix of high end stripes and patterns were used to create a layered pillow plan, and bedding from Overstock.com rounded out the bed's look. A vintage star found the day before install proved to be the perfect accent on the wall! Traditional wall lights added texture and functionality to the space.
Using the clients' existing bed, Jenn Feldman Designs created a nursery that could also function as a guest room when family came to visit, also allowing the youngest brother of three boys to seamlessly grow into his room.
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.
Portable storage containers such as painted wooden crates or metal bins that can be personalized are a stylish option for children's rooms. With an endless array of colors, patterns, fonts and shapes to choose from, these storage containers are a cool and decorative addition to any room.
To create a fun space for the homeowners' little boy, designers anchored the space in the thing that he loves the best-cars. As the focal point for the space, the vehicle bed spread gives the room a youthful feel, but can easily be changed as the young boy grows. A navy accent wall complements the bed linens and anchors the space, tying in the unique paintings and blue lounge chair. To complete the space, a gray, geometric rug rests just underneath the heart of the room, giving the entire space dimension.
This bedroom is small, so in order to fit beds for two boys, Little Crown Interiors chose a modern bunk bed. This decision allowed open floor space for playing and plenty of wall space for whimsical decor. The challenge proved finding a wall feature that was the right size for the room, which has high ceilings. Custom giraffe decals were the perfect solution – expertly filling the wall space in a fun, kid-friendly manner.
The textural African juju hat sets the tone for the color palette and overall playful feel of this boy's bedroom. The bright colors pop beautifully against white walls. A faux fur blanket adds texture to the colorful patterned bed linens, and a black side table adds a darker layer of color and highlights a fun yellow lamp.
This handsome boy's bedroom, one of two in the home, features a West Elm reclaimed wood headboard and bed alongside a pair of gray lacquer and brass detailed nightstands and a brass chandelier. Tones of blue and gray are used throughout the room: in the striped area rug by Jaipur, patterned bedding and window shades.
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!
An Hermes pillow in an orange-and-white checkerboard pattern provides eye-catching contrast against the neutral bedding of the Little Boy Blu room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014. The classic blue-and-white pattern in the fabric wallpaper is Pierre Frey's 18th-century ikat Toile de Nantes print.
Not hard to rouse your littles in the morning when they get to slide out of bed! The cool wood bunk bed in this green and red boys' bedroom features a slide down from the top bunk and cool tent-like flaps for the bottom bunk.
This traditional bunk bed serves as the centerpiece of this boys' bedroom. Pops of green give a contemporary look while toy displays add multi-color interest. A large green and white patterned area rug anchors the space and compliments the green and white bed linens.