Kids can acquire plenty of paper clutter on their own, too. Keep their bedroom and playroom organized by integrating stylish storage boxes onto bookshelves and cabinets. Extra-wide boxes can keep precious artwork and drawings stowed away for safekeeping, and magazine holders can double as coloring book organizers. With a proper place for everything, cleaning up and staying organized can be a breeze for little ones.
This young girl's bedroom was given a sophisticated but fun makeover with a blue four poster bed, floral bedding and a colorful striped area rug. A pair of white and pink side tables flank the bed for a stylish, symmetrical look.
A navy-and-white color scheme in this open kids' room works for any gender. Interior designer Lauren Leonard placed two sets of bunk beds side by side for a built-in look. Simple labeled baskets underneath the beds add extra storage, and galvanized buckets hanging from thick rope bring a rustic element to the space.
Designer Sarah Richardson decorated the kids' loft area with cheerful prints and natural lighting for a carefree feel. The twin bed includes a trundle to maximize sleeping capacity without taking up space. The mismatched quilts fulfill the cottage look that fits with the rest of the house.
Bedroom Features Twin Beds With Blue Patterned Bedding
A mix of patterned bed linens gives this bedroom a fun, whimsical look. The light and bright color palette keeps the space from feeling crowded. Hooded pendants give each bed individual light, and canvas artwork livens up the white walls.
Two purple wicker chairs are arranged on either side of a white child-sized play table in a this lavender room. Two shelves beneath the tabletop allow plenty of room for toy storage. White beadboard breaks up the purple wall color and adds a touch of cottage charm.
Lavender walls and white paneling lend a serene feel to this cottage-style bedroom. The space includes child-sized furnishings like three purple wicker chairs and white round table and has linen roman shades for privacy.
Cottage Style Girls Bedroom With Plate Collage Wall
Soft teal walls create a great contrast against the curtains made from bright coral fabric for a color palette that's not typical for a little girl's room. Decorative plates match the mirror's cutout above the bookshelf. A white armchair and white wicker ottoman provide a comfortable place to read.
This charming kid's room is filled to the brim with pattern. But a few key design rules keep them from feeling overwhelming: The wallpaper's light-colored, dainty pattern takes a backseat to the bolder shades and prints of the bedspread, headboard and window seat. Large sections of solid colors give the eye a place to rest.