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.
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.
This small white desk is the ideal work space for a 10-year-old's bedroom. The inspiration started with the colors blue and purple, adding them in to look nice and girly without being too overwhelming.
Choose a hero piece as the focal point for your room, like a bold upholstery pattern for the sofa. Then use a mix of quieter neutrals for the remaining furniture and walls to keep the space feeling light and open.
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.
Pink and Gold Girl's Bedroom With Colorful Pillows and Paintings
This fun girls' bedroom features two twin beds, each covered in pink and yellow patterned upholstery and dressed in gold polka dot bed linens. Colorful pillows, inkling a pom pom throw pillow, decorate the bed, while framed finger paintings hang above each bed. Faux fur rugs are positioned at the foot of each bed.
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.
This neutral kid's room proves that a space doesn't have to be colorful to be fun and playful. Built-in cabinets flank both sides of the bed, creating functional and stylish bedside tables. 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 and a pair of acid green pillows bring punch and kid-friendly flair.
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.
Girl's Transitional Bedroom With Honeycomb Wall Shelving
This stylish girl's neutral transitional bedroom features an addition of trellis wallpaper and simple woven rugs. Additional accents include a honeycomb unit and single wall shelf for displaying books and knickknacks. The space also includes a ton of personality with framed pieces of the girls' personal artwork.
Colorful and distinctive bedding turns each compartment of this fun kid's space into a private haven, despite the uniformity of the design. Built-in bunk beds with integrated ladders make maximum use of the room's square footage.
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.
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.