The homeowners wanted their daughters' room to be bright and funky, just like them, so designers created a space that is youthful and fun, but that still blends with the design of the home as a whole. Though the room is a shared space, designers made certain that each girl has her own place to display her favorite things. Shelving around each of the girls' beds makes that possible, while brightly colored paper lanterns and a flower rug add color to the space.
In the kids' room, the homeowners wanted a bright, bold option that would still complement the rest of the house, so designers added a faux thatched roof accent to the space. To keep it bright, yellow uplighting highlights the addition, while bright green and blue curtains and bed frames keep this room fun and youthful. To complete the space, a blue and green geometric rug adds a bit of comfort to the space.
Designed for a teen who has lived in Europe for a few years, Jeune Et Sophistique, the girl's bedroom at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015, offers a youthful sophistication with its timeless furnishings and fun colors. The dress hung on the ceiling was found in Paris and served as the inspiration for the space.
A teal feature wall is fun and mature enough to suit the young occupant of this bedroom both in her childhood and her teenage years. A tailored bed and headboard also will remain timeless throughout her life.
Designers hung artwork over the dresser that isn't too "little kid-ish" but is still fun and exciting. These pieces are fun and youthful, but can be easily exchanged for something more sophisticated the homeowners' little boy grows.
An elegant drum pendant hangs over a weathered, shabby chic dining table and Thibaut Palisades chairs in this transitional breakfast room. Layered tones of beige and taupe add visual depth to the neutral color palette.
Designed to be a "Lady Lair," or a woman's sanctuary from the chaos of urban life, this office includes a multicolored armchair and a vibrant green desk from the 20th century. Spray paint applied to the cream-colored walls adds a youthful touch.
A geometric wood chandelier gives the kids' room personality while maintaining the overall modern aesthetic achieved by sleek built-in shelving, storage and closet. The youth is in the details with penguin print curtains, architectural bursts of color.
Incorporating a lot of color in the kids’ room, from shiny chartreuse to brilliant bursts of orange, turns this chic, contemporary bedroom into a fun and youthful sanctuary. Carrying the green to a stylish built-in bookshelf is in playful contrast to reflective black floating and staggered shelving. Reading, relaxing and studying can be accomplished at either the built in desks or on the sofa with the use of the portable table. Skateboard decks can be installed as contemporary art.
Inspired by the late fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent and the Rive Gauche collection that he launched in 1966, interior designer Phillip Silver selected bold colors, glamorous accents and well-tailored pieces for the living room of the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. A Portuguese chandelier crowns the room, which is filled with French-style furnishings from Silver's own line.
With a view of the neighboring major league ballpark, plenty of creative daydreaming can be accomplished while studying at this chic, contemporary desk in a kids' bedroom. Pops of blue in the chair and other accents ignite the room with a youthful energy.
For decorations designers chose a mixture of funky, youthful pieces and more sophisticated, classic pieces to complete this little girl's room. The funkier pieces are smaller so that they can be easily changed out as she grows. The larger pieces were chosen to give the room the ability to "grow up" with her.
Designers created a bathroom that would carry on the timeless feel of the kitchen into the bathroom, but would be youthful enough to appeal to kids and stylish enough to appeal to guests. They used matte black fixtures to add a fun contrast, but they also left open the possibility for the addition of color.
To make this little boy's work space extra personal, designers had him work on paper crafts that they hung in the homework area above his desk. They also ordered coloring books, pencils, crayons and art supplies for the desk so that it was ready to use once the renovation was complete.