Toile wallpaper reflects the classic style of the mantel, while the bright green shade modernizes the space. An open bookcase houses books and toys, while chalkboard boxes provide hidden storage for smaller toys.
Upon entry to the multipurpose room, the boys are greeted by a grassy-green dresser (picked up at a flea market, sanded and repainted) which holds their day-to-day school, playground and gym clothes. Although it may seem insignificant at first, proper placement of storage furniture can have a huge impact on keeping a kid's room neat and tidy.
This little boy's bedroom is filled with his favorite things. Green leaves create a canopy and complement the green-painted floor and green accents, including bedding, an area rug, toys and a stepstool. A built-in craft desk founds out the very playful space.
This shared boys’ bedroom may lack in space, but there are no sacrifices in style thanks to smart space planning, careful layering of colors and textures, and lots of whimsical elements. With ageless elements like hanging chairs and resin antlers, this is a room kids can continue to grow into and not out of.
Homework Station in Green Boys' Transitional Bedroom
Think outside the box when creating a workspace that needs to accommodate more than one person. In this shared boys’ bedroom, a Parsons-style desk allows multiple seats to be stored underneath. The working wall affords kids a low-commitment way to tape artwork and mementos right at their eye level. Gold garden stools provide versatile seating options that can accommodate group study sessions.
Boys' Green Transitional Bedroom Features Layered Look
The key to a well-designed space is purposeful layering of colors, textures and patterns. The rug, duvet and blankets vary in size and are carefully balanced in the same color palette of blues and grays. Not a single hue is used twice, yet the overall effect is a well-collected, matching look.
A brick fireplace adds a cozy cottage feel to this bedroom. Bamboo blinds and linen curtains hide a wall of windows while creating a lovely backdrop for the heavy, wood bed. Hand-picked accessories add charm to the laid-back space: a woven rug, upholstered bench and wooden mirror.
This traditional bunk bed serves as the centerpiece of this boys' bedroom. Pops of green give a contemporary look while toy displays add multi-color interest. A large green and white patterned area rug anchors the space and compliments the green and white bed linens.
Not hard to rouse your littles in the morning when they get to slide out of bed! The cool wood bunk bed in this green and red boys' bedroom features a slide down from the top bunk and cool tent-like flaps for the bottom bunk.
Bunk beds maximize space in this fun boy's room. A green stripe of chalkboard paint allows children to be creative without fear of ruining the walls. Pops of red and blue tie the space together to create a playful, colorful space fit for any young child's growing imagination.
Shared Boys' Green Transitional Bedroom With Globe Light
This shared boys’ transitional bedroom may lack in space, but there are no sacrifices in style thanks to smart planning, careful layering of colors and textures, and lots of whimsical elements like the hanging hammock chair, globe pendant light and resin antlers, this is a room kids can grow with.