Simple, industrial-style metal chairs add vintage appeal to this seating area in the Little Boy Blu room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014, which was designed by Shelley Cahan as an upscale retreat for the youngest gentleman of the house.
This boys bedroom is just right for young brothers, with a teepee in the corner and floating shelves showing off favorite kids books. As the boys get older, accessories can be switched out to make a graceful transition to a more grown-up space.
Whimsical, kid-inspired artwork and accessories combine to create a fun and inspiring bedroom for young brothers. The room contains a bold mix of colors and patterns along with ample storage and play space.
To create a fun space for the homeowners' little boy, designers anchored the space in the thing that he loves the best-cars. As the focal point for the space, the vehicle bed spread gives the room a youthful feel, but can easily be changed as the young boy grows. A navy accent wall complements the bed linens and anchors the space, tying in the unique paintings and blue lounge chair. To complete the space, a gray, geometric rug rests just underneath the heart of the room, giving the entire space dimension.
In the Little Boy Blu room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014, muted shades of blue and gray are contrasted with youthful pops of persimmon, adding a warm, rich appeal to the space. Designer Shelley Cahan created the space to be an upscale retreat for the youngest gentleman of the house.
Fox sheets by Serena and Lily mix with Target bedding and an array of pillows in this fun and colorful space. Brothers share the bunk beds, a budget friendly find. Layered pattern makes this room a fun and creative space for two young boys to sleep and play.
Frosted glass French doors open to the soft gray-green walls of this quiet transitional nursery. A cream and brown wooden crib matches the tall dresser complete with open shelving and drawers. The crib is layered with a sold brown, solid ribbed green, and jungle patterned blue cushions. A neutral shag rug provides some color over the wood floor.
Designed for the young man of the house, Karter's Krash Pad at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 is brought to life with a vertical ombre lacquer wall finish by Willem Racke inspired by rock formations along the Pacific coast. Designer Susan Lind Chastain selected a Jean Paul Gaultier fabric with crushed car metal design for daybed pillows to add to the hip youthfulness of the space.
This little boy's room maximizes storage space by incorporating two vintage-inspired dressers: one tucked in the closet and one next to the bunk beds. Intended for the youngest gentleman of the house, the space pairs classic, tailored elements with nickel accents and distressed furnishings for a look that’s both playful and preppy.
A mix of high end stripes and patterns were used to create a layered pillow plan, and bedding from Overstock.com rounded out the bed's look. A vintage star found the day before install proved to be the perfect accent on the wall! Traditional wall lights added texture and functionality to the space.
Using the clients' existing bed, Jenn Feldman Designs created a nursery that could also function as a guest room when family came to visit, also allowing the youngest brother of three boys to seamlessly grow into his room.
To create the perfect boy's space that can grow with the homeowners' young, teenage son, designers started with white walls and ash gray wood floors that would match the rest of the home's neutral, eclectic design. Then, they added pops of bold orange and blue that would make the space feel masculine, but still fun. Then, they hung bits of art on the walls that showcased his interest-sports items, beach balls, band posters-creating a unique space perfectly tailored to its owner.
Behind the bunk beds in this boys' room hides a secret space for the young boys to play. With two bookshelves, a desk on each side and perfect peeping windows, the nook has all the trappings of a hidden fort.
An upscale retreat for the youngest gentleman of the house, the Little Boy Blu room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 offers a nostalgic sense of boyish adventure. Designer Shelley Cahan combined classic, tailored elements with vintage-inspired nickel accents, distressed furnishings and a hand-drawn airplane on the ceiling.
This backroom was transformed into a play space for a young boy with light gray paint that contrasts with the new wood floors and corrugated metal awnings over the windows that bring a masculine element to this cottage-style room.
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.
This two-toned wall treatment gives the room an elevated look that will easily grow with its young residents. For now, though, it makes a fun backdrop for lions, tigers and other animal friends, as well as a daybed and matching ottoman.
Designed for a young family with three little boys, the living room pairs a comfortable gray sectional with textured poufs and a sisal area rug. The bright and airy space incorporates an East Coast vibe with a touch of casual California feel.