As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It, the second floor child's bedroom remains the same size and location, with the exception of enlarging the small closet, doubling its depth. The walls, floors, furniture and room accessories were all freshly updated.
A design full of spunk and energy, the kids’ bedroom diverts from the norm with a blend of fun vibrant hues and bold striped walls to deliver a definite wow factor. “We were looking at preppy colors, and the hot bright pastels were sort of the beginning of this room,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
After personally crafting window treatments for her child's bedroom, HGTV fan AquaLuxe can officially add seamstress to her list of talents — one that already includes clever decorator and bargain shopper.
Vintage toys and treasures set the tone in this kid's bedroom that's part of the HGTV Dream Home 2009 designed by Kim Myles. Twin four poster beds add elegant vertical height while a rich red makes the room feel snug and cozy.
Small toy cars can often turn up missing or scattered around your home. In this racing-themed child's bedroom, a basket placed on an open shelf at the bottom of a nightstand gives both parents and kids an easy way to gather and store the cars. This helps avoid lost cars and having the toys be a tripping hazard.
The top floor of a Brooklyn townhouse was opened up so all the rooms flowed into one another and created a huge floor for the kids. This bright, contemporary kid's room receives a nice burst of color with the floral and revolver print bedding. Castle-shaped headboards finish off the whimsical design.
Colorful artwork and accessories pop in this all-white kids room. The built-in desk provides a place for two to sit and do homework. Above, modular shelving holds books, personal treasures and a small TV.
A tropical color palette, luxe fabrics and an underwater theme combine to create a pitch-perfect bedroom for a sea-loving 10-year-old girl. The daybed's curvy design represents bubbles, while the pillows pick up colors from the wallpaper.