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.
Girls' Bed Styled With Gold Sheets, Sequined Pillows
To further tie the room together, designer Lexi Westergard outfitted the girls' beds with gold-printed sheets that complement their mirror and other accessories. In turn, the space feels fun but also a little bit glam.
Girl's Contemporary Bedroom With Twin Beds and Striking Art
Bold stripes behind twin beds set the stage for this space. Fun, playful art keeps the room feeling youthful while the classic-but-modern linens give it a sense of calm and grace. A painted pink and white dresser holds essentials between the beds, and a modern, golden light fixture provides an additional bright element.
A vibrant orange desk paired with a contemporary gray chair sits against a yellow wall in this kid's bedroom. The carpet is shades of black-and-gray rectangles to contrast against the bright colors of the room.
A closer look at the top of the dresser reveals a chic black-and-white lamp, picture frame and jewelry stand. Though their colors complement the youthful butterfly wallpaper, these accents will easily grow with the girls as they enter their teen years.
Contemporary Girls' Room With Woodland Inspiration
Taking cues from the woods, this sweet-yet-stylish girls' room includes butterfly wallpaper and sequined fox and rabbit accents pillows. Matching bed frames, pink duvets and patterned sheets give each sister her own space for sleep while creating a look that's colorful and cohesive.
Contemporary Boy's Bedroom With Striped Comforter and Bright Cloud Rug
Gray and blue striped bed linens and a bright cloud rug add a fun pop of color and pattern to this neutral boy's room. Open floor space leaves tons of room for playing while hooks and shelves provide storage space to keep the room clean and organized.
To create a one of a kind bunkbed in this racetrack inspired room, designer Carrie Maniaci built the upper bunk as the garage with the lower bunk as the car parked underneath. "We wanted something that would be fun for the kids and spark their imagination," Maniaci said.
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!