Update bland bathroom walls with a vibrant message. Just one piece of colorful artwork with a message does the trick for an instant bathroom update in this metro Atlanta home. Robin LaMonte, owner of Rooms Revamped Interior Design matched an eye-catching piece of children’s wall art, found at a home decor discount store, with brightly colored hand towels in her clients’ bathroom.
An open floor plan keeps the different living areas of this home—kitchen, dining and living rooms—from feeling small and cramped. In the kitchen, a chalkboard wall makes a playful spot for kid's art and family messages.
The inside of this cabinet door is finished with two cork boards, perfect for pinning up notes, to-do lists, kid art and more. The L-shaped island allows for easy passage between the kitchen and adjacent room.
Kid art all over the walls, a loft and a slide (yes!) fill this playroom with whimsical energy. The loft also maximizes use of the space as beneath it, there's enough room for a play kitchen and storage.
Matching twin beds are dressed with white sheets and navy blue blankets. The two beds are separated by a natural wood nightstand with open face storage. Framed children's art above the beds adds a kid friendly touch to the room.
With such a versatile outdoor spaces comes the need for versatile furniture selections. Thus, the designers chose a reclaimed wood sideboard that can easily become a food serving station or double as storage for the kids' arts-and-crafts supplies.
Doing homework just got ever so much more fun: This cheery room sets up a desk with a bright yellow chair opposite a rainbow-colored gallery wall filled with framed kid art. At the end of the room, brainstorm in style on the graphic print sofa.