Even though the boys share a room, it was very important to the homeowners for their sons to have their own spaces, so designers created private bunk beds and work spaces for each child to show off his personality.
Great for kids of all ages, this stylish bedroom features a pair of matching beds with funky gray and white headboards and neutral bedding with pops of green. A shared nightstand supports two green lamps for late-night reading.
This kids room was designed with soft yellow walls that complement the light-colored hardwood flooring. A modern bunk bed has plenty of space for sleepovers and storage. Beyond the Moorish-style archway is a girl's dressing room in white, pink and turquoise.
This bedroom for two sisters is done in a pretty mint green with pink accents. There's a crib for the newborn and a twin bed for the older sister. A window seat features custom window treatments and a Roman shade, a checkerboard rug and cozy seating area for storytelling.
A light aqua wall with starburst wall decor brings a beautiful and fun accent to this girl's room. The matching beds feature bright aqua bed frames and white linens with a bold pink border. A coral dresser adds even more color and a unique element to the feminine design.
The homeowners wanted a space for their boys that was both fun and masculine, so designers used a navy, teal, walnut and gold color palette to create this shared boys' room that has private spaces for each of the children.
Scroll-back chairs surround a simple wood dining table in this open-concept room. A Chesterfield sofa in the shared living room space mirrors the design and color of the dining chairs. A gallery wall over the sofa showcases artwork and photography, adding personality to the space.
A sliding barn door leads into this shared transitional living room and dining room space. A shaggy area rug defines the living room area with a nearby dining table and bright orange chairs that provide a colorful spot to enjoy a meal.
Trendy coral-colored X-benches serve as an informal room divider in this open-concept living room and dining room. The rooms are united through shared natural elements, like the wood tables, and the complementary designs of the scroll-back chairs and Chesterfield sofa.