A swing chair is a fun addition to the room, with plenty of pillows for comfy reading. The cactus design and geometric prints give the corner southwestern flair, nodding to the landscape just outside the little girl's window.
To create contrast and add storage to the space, designers upcycled the little girl's old dresser with a new coat of paint and some new pink, crystal drawer pulls. The dark color helps bring warmth to the room, while the pink crystal drawer pulls bring glamor to the new creation.
Whimsical Hygge & West wallpaper sets the scene for this serene girly bedroom. Adding to the playfulness, a hanging chair makes for a fun reading spot. Bookshelves that look like a cityscape keep the space organized and a lilac area rug adds style underfoot.
The Stansells are clearly a family of artists and at least two future world travelers. Maps are an easy and inexpensive tool for decoration in a child’s room. It’s amazing how the boys share the same wall color as their sister but the mood of the rooms is completely different solely based on decor. The boys were also lucky enough to have a rug woven for their room, which by the way successfully marries all the colors together harmoniously.
Classic country accents like the Hudson's Bay blankets mix with industrial elements like the pipe bunk bed for a look that's cheery and thoroughly modern. Rugs, like this rustic cowhide one, layered on top of carpeting can be a great way to add unique personality into a bedroom.
This magical night sky canopy is a simple, no-sew project to make on a rainy day. Using materials readily found in your local big box store, you can create a special place for your child to read books, relax and play with toys. Best of all, this project is easy on the wallet and doable for novice DIYers.
An Eames chair, a modern desk and a chalkboard wall blend to form a great space for kids to let their imaginations run wild. A hanging bubble chair is a tempting spot to read, and contemporary shelves store books and toys. A polka-dot rug ties together the room's palette and adds a fun finishing touch to the contemporary space.
A stylish white desk by Bungalow 5 is topped by the 10-year-old client’s own artwork in this tranquil, creative girl’s bedroom. Throughout the space, blue and purple hues blend in a way that’s both calming and fun. The Neoclassical-inspired desk chair is upholstered in pretty lilac, a fun, feminine color.
Every inch of this colorful, contemporary kid's room is designed to let young imaginations go wild. A chalkboard accent wall invites little ones to create their own personal mural over and over again and a large, illuminated work table i s ideal for everything from coloring to lego building.
Raspberry pink is incorporated in this stylish girl's room design to complement the deep blue color of the built in shelving unit. A gray upholstered armchair, faux fur rug and contemporary bench bring a sophisticated style to the room.
We’ve made it upstairs to the family’s private spaces and here’s a snapshot of Whitney and Micah’s daughter’s room. The design has not strayed far from the principles already established. This room boasts yet another lovely shade of green and promotes imagination and creativity. There’s a collage of the girl’s own art above her bed and a special piece above the bookcase created by Whitney reflecting her younger self with her own mother. The quilt was hand sewn by Whitney and her mom and the cute crochet animals were handmade by Whitney’s sister. How’s that for three generations of artists? The design is simple, the colors are bright and the mood is happy.
Bunk beds stand tall in this contemporary kids' bedroom. An orange accent wall brightens the space while providing welcome contrast to the gray-and-white bedding. A bookcase flanks the bunk beds, offering a convenient spot for storing books and displaying knickknacks.
Tone-on-tone striped walls surround this coastal-inspired bedroom. Twin poster beds add a traditional touch to the space, while turquoise beds add a whimsical look. A blue striped rug ties in the various colors in the bedroom.
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.