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.
This whimsical child's room features an upholstered, custom-designed daybed with a pullout trundle bed for sleepovers. The headboard's curvy design represents bubbles while the pillows pick up colors from the fish patterned wallpaper.
Sleek Shelving in Girl's Neutral Transitional Bedroom
This girl's transitional bedroom features stylish, sleek shelving for storing toys and art supplies. The neutral space also includes a ton of personality with lots of books and framed pieces of the girls' personal artwork.
A room-sized, chevron-patterned rug brings a fun punch of color and pattern to this neutral kid's room. Built-ins offer plenty of storage space, while contemporary lighting is both stylish and functional. Fun fabrics on the window and bedding add a dose of kid-friendly style.
Open floor space leaves tons of room for play in this boy's bedroom. Neutral walls and a blue ceiling keep the room light while still bringing color to the design. A fun cloud rug adds cushion and flair to the hardwood floor, and contemporary shelving provides organized storage.
A blue ceiling adds a sky-like element to this beautiful boys' bedroom — perfect for the hanging model airplanes. The cloud rug echoes the flying theme and adds a lovely blue accent to the hardwood floor. Red details throughout the room pop and bring life to the stylish and fun design.
Natural light pours in from the trio of windows, creating a bright play area in the nook of this boys' bedroom. Red chairs add an eye-catching pop of color, contrasting the blue accents from the rug and bedding.
On episode seven of HGTV Design Star season six, contestant Kellie was asked to transform this boy's bedroom with a locker room theme in mind. Though she didn't do the locker room theme, Kellie tucks bits of soccer-themed pieces throughout the room. Still, judge John Gidding isn't impressed: "There's nothing locker room in this whole space," he says.
Great for kids of all ages, this stylish bedroom features a pair of matching beds with funky gray and white headboards and neutral bedding with pops of green. A shared nightstand supports two green lamps for late-night reading.
Neutral Kids' Bedroom With Loft Bed and Navy Accents
HGTV Design Star contestant Kellie designed this kid's bedroom on episode seven of season six. Though Mason asked for bunk beds, Kellie chose a loft bed with a hideout underneath. But Mason was noticeably disappointed at the reveal: "Poor kid. He was just looking for his bunk beds," says judge David Bromstad.
Given how much they love nooks and crannies, kids won't be able to resist this little bedroom upstairs. A blue daybed instantly enlivens the neutral walls, while chalkboard paint allows the owners to leave their kiddos some cute messages.