This little girl's bedroom is designed by Nancy Twomey. It has a simple white color scheme and a small bed with a soft striped headboard. The white tree bookshelf and animal accents give the space a fun, natural feel.
In this traditional bedroom, built-in white and pink shelving frames a pair of large windows which incorporate a pink patterned shade. The bed, which is beneath the windows, extends across the room and features under-bed storage
Lavender walls and white paneling lend a serene feel to this cottage-style bedroom. The space includes child-sized furnishings like three purple wicker chairs and white round table and has linen roman shades for privacy.
Blue-and-white striped and solid green bedding with complementary poufs add a spark of energy to this kid's contemporary white bedroom. The sleek and bunk beds utilize the wall space of the room, creating an open area for games and projects.
This neutral kid's room proves that a space doesn't have to be colorful to be fun and playful. Built-in cabinets flank both sides of the bed, creating functional and stylish bedside tables. An upholstered headboard with two rows of nailhead trim is custom-built to fit the space, and reading lights above are a practical addition. Dinosaur-printed bedding and a pair of acid green pillows bring punch and kid-friendly flair.
A magical escape for pint-sized family members, the third-floor kids’ bedroom at HGTV Green Home 2012 is designed to stand up to wear and tear. Twin beds fashioned from repurposed pieces of pine, poplar and plywood feature black and white headboards upholstered in durable acrylic fabric. Accounting for guests' every need, green quilts are folded at the edge of each bed, should evenings take a chilly turn.
This kid's bedroom features a primarily white palette with pops of cheery yellow, as seen in the built-in storage shelves and curtains. A twin bed is situated just under the shelving, providing the perfect nook for a sleeping little one.
Comforters and quilts can work in all parts of a bed. Rachel Greathouse, a metro Atlanta designer, used an old plaid, patchwork-style comforter to cover the headboard for her son’s navy and white room.