Textiles bring color and liveliness to this white, modern kid's bedroom. A modern loft bed creates more space for play, while traditional rugs lend a bohemian vibe and also provide softness underfoot. Toys, books, stuffed animals and eclectic artwork all add to the room's whimsy and fun.
A modern loft bed frees up plenty of floor space for creativity and play in this energetic and colorful kid's bedroom. Traditional rugs anchor the space and connect its design with the rest of the house. Pops of blue form a thread of color that runs throughout the white-walled rooms in the mid-century modern home.
Open and airy thanks to exposed pine beams and bright, soaring ceilings, this modern mountain bunkroom at HGTV Dream Home 2014 is designed for children, but the array of red-and-white patterns makes it sophisticated enough for adult guests.
With large white and blue wall stripes, dark hardwood floors and light brown padded platform beds, this boys' room delivers a stylish contemporary vibe. Plush blue blankets, clear nightstand tables and a white giraffe lamp add the finishing touches.
Kid's Transitional Bedroom with Orange and Blue Accents
This kid's gray, transitional room is personalized with a name on the wall and features a nailhead-trim headboard and plush pillows. The complementary orange and navy blue color palette adds punch to the space, while graphic prints and lush fabrics add interest with texture.
The home's black-and-white color palette continues into the kids' room. Here, a light wood desk with two yellow chairs gives the kiddos a spot to finish homework, while a swinging chair makes for a fun reading corner.
The clients, 10-year-old twins, helped designer Alisha Gwen create the fun shape of this custom, blue velvet-clad headboard. In the space, the girls’ favorite hues of blue and purple inspired the palette. Layered patterns and fun furnishings mix to form a tranquil bedroom with equal parts whimsy, function and style.
The homeowner wanted a retreat for the couple's eight year old whose room needed a "big girl" upgrade, so designers created a space where an eight year old would be perfectly comfortable, but could easily transition for an older girl with only a few minor tweaks. To achieve this, designers created a focal wall with watercolor floral wallpaper, then, they mixed fun, unexpected bedding and fabrics to add visual interest to help the room feel as if it has been collected over time.
Versatile solutions like this dresser from Stokke with an optional attachment for changing diapers gives you storage that can grow with your child. When your child is past the diaper stage, the soft-closing drawers can be used for storing different-sized toys. Look for dressers with low-height drawers, so little ones can help put away their toys at cleaning time.
A surfboard and lifeguard chair give this bunk room a punch of coastal style in a fun, kid-centric way. The life ring attached to the chair adds a vibrant splash of color to the otherwise soft-hued space.