The minimalist design of this modern bedroom is the perfect setting for the bold, blue Braille wall installation. A sphere chair and sleek work station make this a cool place to hang out for a teen boy.
The textured headboard in this modern black-white-and-red-all-over bedroom was designed by Charles Pavarini for the 2012 Kips Bay Decorator Show House, which benefits the Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club. A mirrored wall behind the headboard dons butterfly details and echoes the look of the floating bedside shelves and mirrored ottoman at the foot of the bed.
This small guest bedroom mixes warm wooden tones with black metal furniture to create a fun transitional vibe. An accent wall with gray patterned wallpaper features floating white nightstands and sconce lighting on either side of the black metal frame bed. A wooden dresser compliments the tan leather throw pillow on the bed and wooden circle mirror on the wall.
This boy's room goes beyond the basic kid's bedroom thanks to contemporary furniture and sleek but colorful bedding. A dark nightstand provides storage and a place for a reading lamp. Crisp white bedding has a fun orange border, complementing the nearby orange-trimmed Roman shade.
A classic color palette of red, white and blue, this lakefront kids room suits boys and girls alike. Built-in wood bunk beds flank the custom staircase that leads to the top bunks and provides needed storage.
This bedroom was designed for a preteen boy using a red white and blue color scheme. The bed was positioned to create a sense of openness, and dark blue board and batten molding was added to the lower portion of the wall.
Talented Atlanta designer Mallory Mathison created this themed Little Boy Blue bedroom decked out beautifully in child-friendly holiday style in Francophile shades of blue and red. Each twin bed comes with a charming lit Christmas tree with fire-safe LED lights. Parents can treat these trees as advent calendars and nestle a different gift for each day leading up to Christmas or Hanukkah in the boughs or at the foot of the tree. Children will love the cozy glow of the tree lights as they drift off to sleep and these trees also make the perfect holiday night light says Mathison. Rather than cut trees, Mathison used potted evergreens that can be planted in the garden when the holidays are over.
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.
An orange nightstand adds a pop of color and contemporary style against the rustic wood twin beds in this country-style bedroom. Striped bedding and window treatments lend a masculine look, perfect for a growing boy's room.
The top floor of this home is Kid Land with bedrooms for the family's two boys and this playroom in between them. The playroom gets a peppy personality from its striped wallpaper and blue and orange palette. There is toy storage, a tv and sofa, and space to do homework or play games.
Tamara Hubinsky’s mission for this design was to create a hideout for the 9-year-old boy that would still accommodate him as he matured. The bookshelf stairs were custom designed to provide storage and utilize precious bedroom space. The stairs also add structure to the loft bed, which is important for kids’ rooms that are subject to lots of movement and heavy use. Small stair carpet treads (in a stone, riverbed pattern) add comfort and safety.