Photo By: Jeri Smith Windermere Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Sleek Shelving in Girl's Neutral Transitional Bedroom
This girl's transitional bedroom features stylish, sleek shelving for storing toys and art supplies. The neutral space also includes a ton of personality with lots of books and framed pieces of the girls' personal artwork.
Pale Pink Girl's Bedroom With Rope Swing and Black Bed
As seen on HGTV's "Genevieve's Renovation," designer Genevieve Gorder created a playful bedroom for her daughter with an indoor swing, geometric pendant light and bold pops of color. The black wood bed provides contrast to the neutral focal wall for added visual interest.
Consider desks or bookcases that hang on the wall, which allow for more flexibility in your space planning. Take advantage of vertical wall space—floating shelves don’t require a lot of room and offer an additional place to corral clutter.
The custom purple headboard in this kids' bedroom was selected by the girls themselves, along with the color scheme for the room. By using their two favorite colors, the room was personalized to them with a chic, sophisticated vibe in mind.
Although home to a baby at the moment, this bedroom is ready to transition to a bigger boy's room with twin beds in a sweet blue plaid. The armchair rocker works well for mom and dad, and will always be the perfect place for storytime.
The bunk beds in this boy's bedroom were custom-designed. Stairs on one side give easy access to the upper bunk and are visually balanced out by the bookshelf on the other side. The top bunk's railing looks delicate, but is plenty sturdy to keep kids safe.
Open floor space leaves tons of room for play in this boy's bedroom. Neutral walls and a blue ceiling keep the room light while still bringing color to the design. A fun cloud rug adds cushion and flair to the hardwood floor, and contemporary shelving provides organized storage.
Choose a hero piece as the focal point for your room, like a bold upholstery pattern for the sofa. Then use a mix of quieter neutrals for the remaining furniture and walls to keep the space feeling light and open.
In this kid's room, a petite white desk and twin bookshelves make a welcoming spot to do homework or other projects. A gauzy canopy hung from the ceiling turns a corner of the room into a cozy reading nook.
An Hermes pillow in an orange-and-white checkerboard pattern provides eye-catching contrast against the neutral bedding of the Little Boy Blu room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014. The classic blue-and-white pattern in the fabric wallpaper is Pierre Frey's 18th-century ikat Toile de Nantes print.
Lovely Girls' Room Features Twin Beds Dressed With Floral Linens
Light blue walls were a lovely choice for this girls' room, as they complement the bay outside and help create a soothing setting for the children. In addition to twin beds dressed with floral linens, the space features a desk for homework and a reading chair in the corner.