A geometric wood chandelier gives the kids' room personality while maintaining the overall modern aesthetic achieved by sleek built-in shelving, storage and closet. The youth is in the details with penguin print curtains, architectural bursts of color.
Curtail beaded garland tangles with an everyday plastic water or soda bottle. You might think the beads would get stuck, but they easily slide out when you tip the bottle over. Got kids? This storage solution doubles as a festive noisemaker.
The "Two Bedheads are Better Than One" bedroom by Heather Brock and Jennifer Wundrow at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase includes ample storage and space for two children to comfortably enjoy. The centered headboard offers a touch of privacy for each kid.
This playhouse structure is clad inside and out with rough-sawn spruce boards, which are naturally weather resistant, making it good for the family and the environment. Storage cubbies offer easy access spaces for toys and games, while a chalkboard wall encourages drawing and writing. A blue racer rocker, made of recycled milk bottles, offers fun yet durable seating. A ladder leads to the second floor loft area where twin skylights provide daylighting and the ability to follow the evening stars with the telescope.
Giant lollipops set the theme for this game room and kids' playroom. Storage shelves hold a variety of books and toys while colored chairs sit around a game table with space for eight. A yellow felt pool table mirrors the candy-colored theme of the space.
If there’s more drama in your house about toys than there is on your favorite reality show, it may be time for a toy sorter. Repurpose a laundry hamper with dividers into a two-kid rolling storage unit. Then wheel it on out of the room when guests come over!
A lime-green bench provides additional storage and a place to put your shoes on before leaving the home. Black and white wallpaper surrounds the space with texture, adding visual interest and contrast against the clean white millwork.