Funky robot wallpaper sets the tone for a whimsical Tribeca nursery bathroom, while the streamlined pedestal sink and toilet bring contemporary style to the room. A sleek-lined mirror is functional and also helps to expand the space visually.
Robots parade across the walls in this colorful kid's room where a bunk bed and tons of floor space will delight the younger members of the family. Despite the wallpaper's bold print, its relatively neutral palette means it can be paired with other patterns and vibrant colors.
Shades of blue form the base for this cool boy's room. A cushioned, navy headboard with nail head design brings a masculine touch to the space, while the orange pillows add some contrasting color. A metallic, mounted lamp provides light to the space, freeing up the nightstand to display the room's occupant's favorite things. To finish the design and add a touch of whimsy, a robot print hangs next to the bed.
Bright red sconces pop off the robot-themed wallpaper, a fun, whimsical touch to this boy's nursery. The changing table area is built into sleek cabinets, but is designed to grow with the child, providing much-needed storage to the room.
Fun robot prints hang on baby blue walls adding a whimsical touch to this modern boy's room. Bright white wrap-around cabinets create tons of storage space without taking up too much room. A cherry red lamp pops against the blue walls and helps bring out the colors in the fun, underwater bed linen.
A custom daybed adorned with robot-inspired linens is ideal for sleepovers in this boy's bedroom. The bed's modern design works with the modern design of the room, and its bold-colored upholstery adds major impact.
Sleek white built-ins add plenty of storage to this boy's nursery. Drawers and cabinets add hidden organization, while open shelves are the perfect spot to display favorite toys and stuffed animals. Inset in the cabinets is a changing station, complete with robot-themed wallpaper and bright red sconces.
The spare, futuristic lobby of New York City's Yotel—inspired in part by Japanese capsule hotels—with its self-service Ground Control kiosks and Yobot robot that stores guests' luggage, embraces the future-is-now, clean, streamlined aesthetic that Apple has popularized.
While you’re at work, the famous round robot uses navigation tech to whir through all of your place’s nooks and crannies, sucking up dust, lint, pet hair and some of the who-knows-what from the last tenant. You can even schedule it. It avoids stairs, skips over cables and might also amuse your cat.