This classic white kid's room is based on the nursery rhyme Peter Rabbit. The fabrics, paint colors and accessories reinforce this fanciful theme. White built-in shelving provides ample storage for books and toys.
A little boys dream room always includes a rock climbing wall! This is certainly an active way for little ones to get to their bunk. The bold chartreuse green color was matched from the rug and used on doors and windows in the room.
Colorful art and a clear shelf of books make this teen room more refined while remaining playful. The space features standard staples like fluffy blue and green throw pillows and a dark hardwood dresser that doubles as a night stand.
Bright white walls combine with a white ceiling and white bunk beds to create a light, airy feel characteristic of coastal style. Nautical accents complete the look, ensuring a nod to the home's beach location.
A surfboard and lifeguard chair are nestled in a corner of the kids' room, adding fun, coastal flair to the space. Overhead, a nautical light fixture coordinates beautifully with the flooring and Roman shade.
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.
Contemporary Girls' Room Includes Large Blue Dresser
To give each sister her own space and make the most of the room's small footprint, designer Lexi Westergard separated the twin beds with a large blue dresser. Three spacious drawers ensure that both girls have enough room for clothes.
A niche in this upstairs bedroom suite creates a cozy spot for a little girl to dream. A sparkling pendant hangs above the crisp, clean upholstered bed, accented with fun pops of pink. A luxe shag rug adds texture underfoot.
Bunk Room Provides Space for Children and Visitors Alike
The owners of this New Hampshire beach house have two teenagers and two children who are young adults. With the intention that this newly reconstructed home would be their forever home, they wanted space that would easily accommodate the two younger children in the short term and any visitors now and in the future. This bunk room helps accomplish that, taking advantage of a smaller space with space for four to sleep and stow their belongings.
Blue and White Contemporary Kid's Room With Geometric Carpet
The geometric print FLOR carpet squares freshen up the design of this fun kid's bedroom. Sconces in each bunk are controlled by individual switches so young occupants can get in late night comic book reading without disturbing nearby sleepers.
A Serena and Lily beanbag chair and tiny heroes art from Etsy pop against boldly patterned wallpaper in this shared boys' bedroom. A Kallax shelf unit from Ikea offers ample space for storing toys and books, and bunk beds leave room for the boys to play.