Is this room made for sleepovers or what? At one end, four bunk beds are built into the wall. The rest of the room feels open as can be with a high arched ceiling, lots of windows and enough floor space for a table and a sofa.
Designer Claire Paquin created a little girl's bedroom with room to grow by using a neutral color palette and adding pops of colors for fun. The design remains sophisticated enough to grow into teen years but still functions well for a 3-year-old child. The rug and walls are in soft gray tones, and upholstered armchairs are comfortable and inviting.
A cozy lavender armchair adds a pretty dose of color to this stylish girl's bedroom. Behind the chair, turquoise and white patterned wallpaper creates movement and interest, giving the space a dynamic impact.
Contemporary Boy's Bedroom Features Dark Wood Bunk Beds
The classic brown and blue color scheme and great contemporary design of this boy's bedroom can work from childhood into teen years. Tan walls and natural light keep the room bright while a powder blue ceiling adds a beautiful color accent. The striped covers on the bunk beds echo the color scheme and liven up the room.
This dreamy girl's bedroom is loaded with fun, functional touches, including a built-in desk that makes maximum use of room's many angles. The room features zones for reading, playing, sleeping and hanging out, with an attached bath that continues the white-and-pink color scheme.
Elegant Girl's Bedroom Features Pink Venetian Plaster & Chevron Loveseat
Positively pink, this gorgeous girl's bedroom includes a chevron loveseat with matching chevron pillows at the foot of the bed in shades of pink, purple and red. A white canopy bed and pair of nightstands perfectly complete the design.