On season four of HGTV Design Star, contestant Torie designs an artist loft for 8-year-old Carina, whose favorite colors are green, red and blue. Her big wow factor is a focal wall with her name illuminated over an assortment of fabrics.
The navy blue walls in this eclectic bedroom are given a custom sheet to create the look of wet paint. Since they're the room's standout feature, the walls are left mostly bare. Navy is used throughout the area rug and bedding, but a bright red armchair in the corner adds a burst of color to the room.
On season four of HGTV Design Star, contestant Antonio designs a bedroom for five-year-old Connor, who loves dinosaurs and art. The headboard and footboard are designed to look like stones, and fun dinosaur cutouts are added to the walls.
Bold-pattern textiles animate this colorful teen bedroom. Billowing curtains frame the bedroom, helping to set it apart from a small seating area anchored by a graphic rug. A rope swing adds a whimsical touch beside a red ottoman.
A fun fox print and a versatile bed create a kid space with high style in this eclectic home. The upholstered daybed can also serve as seating, and the metal-wrapped wood table does double duty as a nightstand or coffee table. Bold, colorful pillows fit with the wallpaper's whimsical print.
A mix blue, white and pink is anything but childish in this eclectic teen bedroom. Painted a tranquil blue, the space contains a modern white dresser with a pink cherry blossom decal, a white ornate mirror and a white table lamp.
On the other side of the room, a dresser keeps clothes neat and organized. By pushing the bed to the far wall, the designers were able to open the floor plan and make room for a super cute and comfortable swinging chair.
In the Little Boy Blu room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014, muted shades of blue and gray are contrasted with youthful pops of persimmon, adding a warm, rich appeal to the space. Designer Shelley Cahan created the space to be an upscale retreat for the youngest gentleman of the house.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines transformed a depressing room into a bright and festive nursery for the homeowners' baby on the way. The French doors were removed to create a solid wall for a crib or bed placed against. The old wall paneling was removed and replaced with light blue painted drywall with white trim. Soft carpeting will be perfect for a child's room and metal crates hang on the wall and serve as storage for stuffed animals. A crystal chandelier was removed from the original dining room and installed here in the nursery.
Floral curtains and fresh flowers add a feminine touch to this eclectic master bedroom, while metallic pieces, like this dresser, serve as stand-out pieces in an otherwise tranquil design scheme. Dark hardwood floors provide a sharp contrast to the dreamy hand-painted blue and white ombré walls.
A glass chandelier provides a fun finishing touch in this eclectic, colorful guest bedroom. Asian-inspired patterns adorn the custom upholstered headboard and an antique armchair. A folding screen complements the colors in the fabric and brightens an otherwise dark corner.
A vibrant shade of blue, this kids bedroom is the perfect design for a boy. Space was limited, so a slipcovered armchair and small acrylic desk provide a place to work on homework, while the mirror includes an indoor basketball hoop to practice the perfect shot. The dresser resembles a locker, adding to the cool factor.
Eclectic Bedroom With Floral Wallpaper and Red Accents
This fresh bedroom features a blue and white floral wallpaper accent wall, as well as an exposed beam ceiling and brass sconces. And exposed beam ceiling adds a rustic touch, while a gray nightstand with a vase of red flowers completes the look of the space.