Two maple four-poster beds are set against a bright red hue that's perfect for kids of all ages. A car motif is repeated throughout the room with a pedal police car "driven" by a plush teddy bear in the center of the room and chrome wheel covers perched over each bed. A chrome diamond-plate border (purchased at an auto supply store!) adds another unexpected touch.
Black furnishings and menswear fabrics stand out against walls painted a vibrant cranberry hue.The queen-size pencil-post bed is dressed with boutique hotel-quality linens, quilted bedding, a cozy wool throw and a ticking-stripe comforter. Turn-of-the-century walnut and poplar doors were stripped of paint and repurposed as pocket doors.
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.
This coastal-style bedroom can sleep up to six kids with a pair of trundle bunk beds. Red quilt bedspreads and red pillows complement the coral wallpaper. A ship's anchor, cork net floats and starfish carry out the nautical theme.
Two French posters inspire the bold color palette in this eclectic bedroom. Soft brown walls serve as a muted backdrop for the bright red nightstand and upholstered headboard. Black and white patterns—stripes for the shades, graphic for the bed linen—add further drama.
A green bed and upholstered headboard pop against the red and bronze striped walls. Seemingly inspired by a jungle safari, the elephant statue, animal skin rug and palm stir a sense of adventure in this cozy room.
The white walls and bed linens brighten up the dark hardwood flooring of this contemporary bedroom. Two matching red chairs, along with a red wood dresser, provide a bright color contrast.The rug and fur throw pillows add texture to the room, and the horizontal stripes of the wall-mounted fabric headboard extend the length of the wall.
This charming kid's room is filled to the brim with pattern. But a few key design rules keep them from feeling overwhelming: The wallpaper's light-colored, dainty pattern takes a backseat to the bolder shades and prints of the bedspread, headboard and window seat. Large sections of solid colors give the eye a place to rest.
A pair of twin beds with striped bedding anchor this kid's room. A large window is dressed with a black-and-white patterned roman shade, which stands out against the bold red wall. A lamp with a cow-print lampshade brings a western vibe to the room.
Open and airy thanks to exposed pine beams and bright, soaring ceilings, this modern mountain bunkroom at HGTV Dream Home 2014 is designed for children, but the array of red-and-white patterns makes it sophisticated enough for adult guests.