Faux wood wallpaper blends seamlessly with the custom bunk beds made from tree branches. A wood dresser doubles as a nightstand between the beds, and a red and yellow art piece adds a pop of bright color to the space.
Tamara Hubinsky’s mission for this design was to create a hideout for the 9-year-old boy that would still accommodate him as he matured. The bookshelf stairs were custom designed to provide storage and utilize precious bedroom space. The stairs also add structure to the loft bed, which is important for kids’ rooms that are subject to lots of movement and heavy use. Small stair carpet treads (in a stone, riverbed pattern) add comfort and safety.
Little ones curl up for the night in a custom-made platform bed on wheels (fun and flexible!) and a loft bed with ladder access. The room gets its light, bright feel from pine floors, white walls and sheer window panels.
A light aqua wall with starburst wall decor brings a beautiful and fun accent to this girl's room. The matching beds feature bright aqua bed frames and white linens with a bold pink border. A coral dresser adds even more color and a unique element to the feminine design.
To separate the nursery side of the space from the "big girl" side, a wallpaper accent wall brings a soft touch to the space. Together with the sweet, muted details on this side of the room, this baby girl has a stylish, yet soothing place to rest her head.
A room-sized, chevron-patterned rug brings a fun punch of color and pattern to this neutral kid's room. Built-ins offer plenty of storage space, while contemporary lighting is both stylish and functional. Fun fabrics on the window and bedding add a dose of kid-friendly style.
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.
Designer Claire Paquin created a little girl's bedroom with room to grow by using a neutral color palette and adding pops of colors for fun. The design remains sophisticated enough to grow into teen years but still functions well for a 3-year-old child. The rug and walls are in soft gray tones, and upholstered armchairs are comfortable and inviting.
To create a space that would be sophisticated enough for the homeowners' son as a teenager, designers used a neutral color palette with white walls to take advantage of the room's abundance of warm, natural light.
An industrial black chandelier adds a mature element to this kid's bedroom but a fun playhouse bed balances out the "grown-up" details. Classic black and white striped curtains won't have to be changed when the little one gets older.
Natural light pours in from the trio of windows, creating a bright play area in the nook of this boys' bedroom. Red chairs add an eye-catching pop of color, contrasting the blue accents from the rug and bedding.