This eclectic boys' bedroom pairs toile wallpaper and Roman shades with contemporary furnishings, such as the chevron-patterned headboards. A bold yellow nightstand provides a jolt of color against the subtle blue-and-green color palette.
Sunny Side Up - If you thrive on sunshine, your bedroom should be bright and airy. Sheer curtains let in lots of natural light, and the addition of a mirror will help make your room even brighter. Stick with a wall color that’s light and refreshing to ensure you’ll always wake up to a welcoming sight.
This bedroom design is tasteful and refined enough to grow with the child, yet touches of whimsy ensure the space is appealing to a younger age range, as well. A geometric play structure provides a striking focal point and fun hideout.
Horseshoes, saddles and cowboy attire decorate this transitional boy's nursery. Traditional white furnishings keep the space from feeling too dark and overly masculine. Designed by Emily Mackie of Inspired Interiors.
This nook was created by leaving a space between the wall and bookshelf. The space was then filled with a green and white patterned beanbag, custom accessories floating overhead, and model horses. Custom wood wall letters spelling "think" encourage creativity and exploration.
This boy's bedroom is colored in a shade of mint green and includes a rustic bed with plaid linens, a rustic wooden nightstand with table lamp, and five large galvanized letter cutouts hung on the wall to spell his name.
Full of natural light, original molding and wood floors, this room was ready to be transformed into a pretty pastel nursery for a baby girl. Neutral walls keep the space light and bright, while shades of mint green and pale pink are layered on with textiles and art.
To make the most out of this green guest bedroom, a secondary seating area was added along the exterior wall in front of the windows. With the sleeper sofa only three feet away, the additional seagrass wingback chairs allow conversation for up to five.