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Vibrant Orange Accent Wall and Thick Navy and White Striped Linens in Boy's Bedroom With Pair of Twin Beds
This kid's room design uses fun, bold, preppy colors and geometric patterns to make the boys’ room look both youthful and classic. Instead of the traditional bedside tables, the designer used a large console table between the beds. A pair of patterned cubes beneath the table pull out to provide seating for playtime or homework.
An ultra traditional girl's bedroom brings out all the femininity with floral fabrics, a painted ceiling and a pastel color palette. An animal print rug offsets the classic furniture and adds an unexpected element.
When creating the Little Boy Blu room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014, designer Shelley Cahan left the room’s existing fabric wall treatment intact. The room’s muted blue-and-gray color palette with youthful pops of persimmon complements the patterned walls.
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.
For decorations designers chose a mixture of funky, youthful pieces and more sophisticated, classic pieces to complete this little girl's room. The funkier pieces are smaller so that they can be easily changed out as she grows. The larger pieces were chosen to give the room the ability to "grow up" with her.
Mix of Color, Texture and Style Creates a Unique Girl's Room
Designers wanted to create a kid's room that wasn't so matched, the way that many kids' rooms are, so they took care to choose unique items that mixed color, texture and style to create this space that can easily transition with the homeowners' daughter as she grows.
Once an empty wall, this side of the room now showcases the kiddo's toy collection! To create this piece, Little Crown Interiors founder Naomi Alon sourced the Kubist Dresser from ModShop and then added a custom "snake" bookcase on top. When set against the blue walls, the bookshelf positively pops!
Navy Blue Accent Wall With Neon Stripe Over Twin Bed and Polka Dot Circle Rugs
A neon yellow wall strip adds a vibrant accent over the navy blue wall behind the twin bed in this kid's bedroom design. A neutral textured bed cover is decorated with travel and baseball throw pillows adding a personal touch. Polka dot rugs bring the wall color to the hardwood floor for a cohesive look.
For this kid's bedroom, designers strived for a look that was whimsical, but also sophisticated enough to grow along with its owner. Complementary colors blue and orange combine warm and cool tones for a balanced feel.
This adorable bedroom will score major points with all the littles with its blue sliding door entrance, happy hued bed linens and a sailcloth curtain behind which slumber party secrets were meant to be shared.
On the opposite end of the whimsical kids' room from the bunk beds, a toddler bed is nestled. Complete with its own orange teepee, this area creates a space that is perfect for big kids and little kids alike.