A casement window combined with a sash window provides an extra layer of safety in a kid's bedroom in Brooklyn. The narrow window also offers a nice solution for bringing more light into a small space where two traditional windows won't fit.
All white walls and ceiling let the accessories fill this kid's room with color as shown by the bookshelves, stuffed animals and ribbons on the wall. A cozy window seat makes an inviting spot to catch up on homework reading or daydreaming.
Contemporary Child's Bedroom With Comfy Window Seat
This Claire Paquin-designed child's bedroom in dark blue and white is another nod to her serene living philosophy. White laminiate bookcases frame either side of a comfy window seat with added space to display favorite toys or knickknacks. The striped Roman shade in shades of blue, white and soft beige tie the unit together for a clean, comfortable look.
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.
Contemporary Kid's Bedroom With Built-In Daybed Window Seat
A custom-built window seat provides extra storage and style in this contemporary kid's bedroom in the HGTV Smart Home 2014. Custom shelving built into the daybed serves as a perfect spot for storing toys, socks, and smaller items while a rope bedside lamp adds a whimsical touch.
Bold Green and Blue Two-Tone Kids Bedroom With Wood Bunkbeds and Pillow Padded Window Seat
This bold two-tone design is perfect for an energetic and fun kid's bedroom. Green and blue elements are used in every part of the room design from the wall paint to the bed linens. A lime green arm chair pops against the blue rug. Patterned pillows on the bed, chair and window seat bring a cozy plushness to the room.
A low-height cabinet like this is a great option for a child’s bedroom or playroom. Parents can keep the room neat by tucking away toys and books, but the kids can still easily access the items when playtime comes around.
The bunk beds in this boy's bedroom were custom-designed. Stairs on one side give easy access to the upper bunk and are visually balanced out by the bookshelf on the other side. The top bunk's railing looks delicate, but is plenty sturdy to keep kids safe.
Simple, Transitional Boy's Bedroom With Classic Blue Walls
Soft blue walls and simplicity dominate this sweet boy's bedroom in Brooklyn, N.Y. Pops of red contrast with the hue on the walls, and the Sputnik-style light fixture ties in with rocket-ship bedding. Hardwood floors are an easy-to-clean option for a kid's room.
This cheery kids bedroom features modern bunk beds with space-inspired bedding and pillows. Multicolored floral curtains decorate the windows, while a green and white square patterned area rug covers the wood floors.
Put a more practical spin on your dining room’s window treatments by choosing easy-to-clean, carefree fabrics. Here, cotton duck in a spring green tone was chosen for its casual look and its ability to be dry-cleaned in the event of any mishaps. Other kid-friendly options include acrylic, polyester, linen and burlap.