The upstairs of the farmhouse features a perfect area for the children's bedroom. The natural stone fireplace is extended from the living room up into the bedroom while white-washed wooden walls and ceiling complement the warmth of the hardwood flooring.
Designers hung artwork over the dresser that isn't too "little kid-ish" but is still fun and exciting. These pieces are fun and youthful, but can be easily exchanged for something more sophisticated the homeowners' little boy grows.
A boys bedroom with a transportation theme features car art, bedding and accessories– even a hand-painted race car mural. The red, white and blue striped bedding is versatile and can be used through the years on the blue twin bed. An antique metal fire engine pedal-car is the perfect accent
This amazing barn-style playroom is sleepover heaven. The 15' x 20' space houses six built-in bunk beds with ample room left over for games and entertainment. The design uses the original home's farmhouse background for style inspiration.
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.
A loft-style bed is made with yellow sheets and can be accessed with a wood ladder. Supports for the bed are made with dressers and shelves, which are used to display and store books, photographs and toys. Beneath the bed is the perfect homework nook complete with a chair and lamp.
The doors of this closet have been replaced with a brown curtain, which is pulled back to reveal an organization and storage system that utilizes wood and wire shelves; a small desk; and a rolling container of individual plastic tubs.
Red and white checkerboard linens add a pop of color to the neutral wall and floor and the dark wooden structure of the bunk bed as seen from the lower bunk view of the kids' room from HGTV Dream Home 2014.
Black and white, zigzag print headboards and a trio of artwork are funky, unique additions to this eclectic kids bedroom. The glass-topped table, fashioned from pieces of hand-gathered driftwood, serves as the room's centerpiece and flexible gooseneck lamps aid in reading or homework.