If the closet and dresser in your child's room has reached capacity, consider adding a storage bench at the end of the bed. This adaptable piece of furniture gives you a way to hide away medium and larger-sized toys and stuffed animals inside, while also providing a place to change shoes or lay out clothes for the next school day.
Contrast was key to this room’s design success. Careful doses of black and white were added in equal measure, such as the curtains and artwork over the bed. Then they were mixed with small pops of saturated color to create a playful, but not overly childish, feel.
All-white walls and furniture provide a chic backdrop for the brightly colored and globally inspired fabrics and accessories in this girl's bedroom. The elephant print of the roman shades and the bright pink pillow strike the right balance between youthfulness and maturity to create a look that will suit the room's occupant as she grows.
On the other side of the room, a closet with doubles doors keeps the little one's wardrobe neat and organized. Because there's so much space inside, the owners can also tuck stray toys -- and Barbie cars -- out of sight.
Bold stripes behind twin beds set the stage for this space. Fun, playful art keeps the room feeling youthful while the classic-but-modern linens give it a sense of calm and grace. A painted pink and white dresser holds essentials between the beds, and a modern, golden light fixture provides an additional bright element.
Narrow white floating shelves let books and games become part of the colorful decor in this girl's room. Paired with a white, child-sized table and brightly patterned wallpaper, it's a happy place to spend an afternoon.
This transitional teen girl's bedroom features a white built-in desk and shelf, creating the perfect space for sitting down to complete homework. A white chair adds a modern touch, while blue geometric print wallpaper completes the look of the room.
The bright aqua bed frame pops against the lighter shade of the accent wall for a lovely color effect in this girl's bedroom. A coral dresser is a great feminine touch to decorate the room while a mix of pillows adds an array of colors for a bright and fun finish.
For a nightstand in this teen girl's room, designers used a Parsons table in between the two twin beds. The table's height allowed for things to fit underneath: a ceramic garden stool and a basket for extra storage.
This periwinkle girls' room features cabinets painted with chalkboard paint making them fun and practical. While the cabinets are used primarily as book storage, pink plastic bins below serve as open storage for classic board games and plush toys.
With a pergola and palm trees providing shade, the outdoor swing bed becomes a comfortable spot where the parents can chat and relax. Behind the swing bed, an in-ground trampoline gives their girls room to practice new flips and other gymnastics tricks.