Bright yellow walls and colorful red and white bedding mimic sunny coastal designs in this kids double bedroom. Vaulted ceilings continue the yellow color palette with navy and wooden boat oars placed in the center as art. Neutral carpet offers function and comfort in a high-traffic kids space.
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.
Room to sleep is plentiful in this kids bedroom. Multiple built-in bunk beds offer storage underneath the bottom beds as well as the steps leading to the top bunk beds. A patriotic color scheme adds a fresh, coastal vibe to the space.
This bright, inspiring kids room stuns with high vaulted ceilings, lots of natural light from the sliding glass door and double windows, and pops of color throughout. Double beds are outfitted with striped red and white bedding, paired with the navy and wooden boat oars and nearby corner cushioned chair.
Bright white walls combine with a white ceiling and white bunk beds to create a light, airy feel characteristic of coastal style. Nautical accents complete the look, ensuring a nod to the home's beach location.
Clean, Bright Kids' Room With Soft Bursts of Color
Shiplap walls in crisp white and sisal-style floors in soft tan create a clean, soothing backdrop for this kids' room. Bedding, accent pillows and the window seat cushion add refreshing bursts of color to the space.
Shiplap walls and white built-in bunk beds pair with sisal-style flooring and nautical light fixtures for a coastal look in this kids' room. A lifeguard chair and surfboard complete the whimsically beautiful design.
A design full of spunk and energy, the kids’ bedroom diverts from the norm with a blend of fun vibrant hues and bold striped walls to deliver a definite wow factor. “We were looking at preppy colors, and the hot bright pastels were sort of the beginning of this room,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
Soaring pink stripes direct the eye up to the impressive vaulted ceilings. “I’m usually a horizontal stripes person but we chose to use vertical stripes because the room has these beautiful vaulted ceilings that should be accentuated rather than pulled down,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.