Designer Daleet Spector's vision for this light blue girl's room was to create a dynamic space, pairing the mother's childhood iron bed with a lively color scheme of blues, greens and white. A spacious white desk and floor-to-ceiling bookshelf were included, providing ample space for storage and homework.
Boy's Red and White LEGO-Themed Bedroom With Play Table
This boy's red and white bedroom was designed to match his love of LEGO bricks. It includes a red and white striped area rug with matching cornice, a white window seat with cabinet storage, a clear acrylic play table, a blue and white striped bed with custom pillows, and a creative bundle hanglamp pendant light that looks a group of light bulbs suspended from red strings.
Graphic wall panels and tailored upholstery give this girl's bedroom a crisp, clean look. Black and white classics with a pop of yellow are toned down with hits of gray and silver. The yellow-painted tray ceiling and the bay window seat bring distinction and architectural interest to the space.
This boy's bedroom, once a bland, cluttered space, received a stylish baseball-themed makeover. A pair of 3-inch panels that had once been attached to the closet were replaced with Cascade Coil Drapery panels, which gave the room addition space for homework desk and shelves. For extra storage, a wooden dresser was built into the closet.
A Boy's Red and White Bedroom Features a Study and Snack Nook
A red desk with white countertop is used in a boy's bedroom for homework and snacking. A red and white checked upholstered chair is placed nearby, as is a white shelving unit that uses red and black baskets to store toys and other items.
Matching twin beds dressed in a baseball motif create the quintessential all-American theme for this boy's bedroom. Green wall detailing defines the bed area and adds a burst of color to the neutral space.
Oversized Bed in Girl's White Transitional Bedroom
A vintage bamboo headboard was spray-painted in a cheerful blue to create the backdrop of this girl's transitional bedroom. Colorful accents in yellow and red give the room a cheery feel perfect for a coastal home. The art above the bed is a simple DIY using pretty scrapbook papers cut into butterfly silhouettes.
Gray and Green Kid's Room With Personalized Accessories
HGTV Design Star contestant Leslie's design is pulled in many directions, but she creates lots of character. "It's almost like a collection of crazy moments, everywhere. There's nothing really kind of pulling it together," says judge Vern Yip.
This sweet bedroom is a slumber party dream come true! Bamboo hanging chairs face the bunk beds for easy late-night chats. The turquoise, watermelon, and sunshine-yellow striped dhurrie rug brightens up the room.
Bunk Room Includes Ample Storage for Two Kids and Their Stuff
The "Two Bedheads are Better Than One" bedroom by Heather Brock and Jennifer Wundrow at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase includes ample storage and space for two children to comfortably enjoy. The centered headboard offers a touch of privacy for each kid.
Lovely Girls' Room Features Twin Beds Dressed With Floral Linens
Light blue walls were a lovely choice for this girls' room, as they complement the bay outside and help create a soothing setting for the children. In addition to twin beds dressed with floral linens, the space features a desk for homework and a reading chair in the corner.
The designers of this kids' bedroom used color and pattern to infuse the space with youthful energy and whimsy. White bunk beds set side by side serve as blank canvases for vibrant stripes and a graphic print.
This brightly colored bedroom was designed for two 10-year-old girls who wanted to base the room on their two favorite colors. Designer Alisha Gwen was even able to include their own artwork into the small space.