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.
The Astronaut Themed big boy room for the homeowners' four year old son has a vibrant navy wall on one side that gives the space a "dipped" look, while the astronaut bed linens really bring the theme to life. And shelves add plenty of display space.
Pattern and texture fill this boy's bedroom, creating a playful and exciting space. A graphic rug grounds the space, while abstract wallpaper is used as a focal wall behind the bed. Organization is essential in kids' rooms, so the bed features drawers underneath for extra storage.
A vibrant shade of blue, this kids bedroom is the perfect design for a boy. Space was limited, so a slipcovered armchair and small acrylic desk provide a place to work on homework, while the mirror includes an indoor basketball hoop to practice the perfect shot. The dresser resembles a locker, adding to the cool factor.
Built in bunks feature little windows, adding natural light to each bunk space. By adding a wing wall to support the bunks, a desk ledge area was created to act as a good drop zone for charging devices. The bold chartreuse green is pulled out of the rug and onto the doors and windows in the room!
This green and white boys' room has a dramatic feel because of the large artwork, patterned rug and green striped border surrounding the room. The bunk bed is not only stylish, but provides extra storage for toys and books.
Designers used a simple, geometric design scheme to make this boy's room feel both stylish and masculine. Dark neutrals and boxy furniture help the room to find its place within the home's design while still adding the bit of fun required by a kid's room.
Designer Genevieve Gorder has a bone to pick with this room design. "My fear with this room is that the child will love it today but outgrow it tomorrow, and that's a waste," explains Candice. "Quality core pieces like the dressers are great starting points; they'll last forever and transition easily. I would have liked to see the theme established with more attention to the temporary accessories in this room rather than the more permanent construction elements."