Four cream-colored window panels are separately pulled open, letting in sunlight that illuminates a dazzling red and white bedroom. A white bench window seat is decorated with a pair of red and pink pillows, while fuchsia-flocked damask wall covering completes the elegant look.
Multicolored Transitional Girls Room With Pink Rug
The boldest wash of color in this girls' bedroom is on the ceiling (blue paint) and floor (a hot pink rug). The bed linens and cheerful garlands draped around the canopy beds mix and match the popsicle hues.
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 kids' bedroom of the HGTV Dream Home 2014 has a traditional yet preppy feel that extends to the adjoining bathroom. The space is decked out in bright red, black and white color scheme, bold patterns and durable kid-friendly fabrics.
Blue Girl's Transitional Bedroom With Pink and Yellow Rug
Sky blue walls lighten and brighten this urban girl's bedroom with its city view. A rich pink and yellow Oriental rug gives colorful grounding to the space and built-in shelving around the bed gives the occupants tons of space for books and keepsakes.
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.
A hanging green surfboard is the focal point in this lime green kid's bedroom. A photo collage, a guitar and accessories in the homework area add personal touches. An oversized, striped Roman shade provides privacy when needed.
White Kids' Room Features Bunk Bed and Nautical Elements
This kids' bedroom boasts an updated nautical theme without being stereotypical. Bold striped bed linens cover the transitional bunk bed, a chevron area rug covers the floor and colorful graphic fabric covers the sofa.
A built-in nightstand backed by decorative beadboard provides stylish, functional storage in this transitional kid's bedroom. An upholstered headboard with two rows of nailhead trim is custom-built to fit the space, and reading lights above are a practical addition. Dinosaur-printed bedding, acid green pillows and a matching chevron rug add kid-friendly flair.
When designing kids's rooms, let the childlike feel come from accessories and accents and keep major elements neutral, as seen in this sweet bedroom. That allows the space to grow along with the child.