Although the client had envisioned a pink, girly nursery, the final result is a glamorous gray space with pink accents that really stand out. A crystal chandelier and nailhead trim around the top of the wall help add a sense of refinement to the room.
The homeowners' two young girls requested "pink" and "sparkly," and this room delivers. Using a darker shade of pink on the ceiling, a mature print on the roman shades and an Art Deco inspired chandelier meets the girls' desires while keeping the room from feeling too juvenile. Carpet tiles are durable and easy-to-clean, making them a perfect choice in a kid's room.
The playroom for these girls has it all! In one corner, there is a cozy place to read. In the center of the room is floor space for play and a group table for puzzles and games. Finally, there is a space where each girl has her own desk and bulletin board.
This bedroom positively glows with style. The mantel is a great area for display, featuring a variety of the girls’ favorite accessories and even a few plants beneath a bright, neon sign, spelling out the words, Say What! Most importantly, the room showcases the girls’ talents with their art and gymnastics medals on display, proof that you can highlight children's accomplishments and collections without sacrificing style.
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 brightly colored bedroom was designed for two 10-year-old girls who wanted to base the room on their two favorite colors. Designer Alisha Gwen was even able to include their own artwork into the small space.
A swing chair is a fun addition to the room, with plenty of pillows for comfy reading. The cactus design and geometric prints give the corner southwestern flair, nodding to the landscape just outside the little girl's window.
Designers at StudioHue installed inexpensive white shelving in this contemporary nursery to display all the great titles this little girl will enjoy. Books were arranged as a bookstore display, with titles facing forward for easy detection and to feature them as artwork for the room.
This bedroom is part of a suite belonging to two teenaged sisters. Both girls love purple, so the designers chose a sophisticated lavender hue that felt more grown up for the walls. Colorful fabrics and pillows make the room fun and whimsical.