White, Contemporary Kids' Bedroom with Attached Bath
A pair of petite upholstered beds makes maximum use of space in this fresh and functional kids' room. A large rug grounds the sleeping area and provides softness underfoot. An attached bath continues the room's white palette, though colored shades on the light fixtures connect to the deep navy hue of the beds. White walls and pops of color are this room's defining elements.
As the boys grow, their interest in activities is sure to change. And in the future, when one is heading off to college, the other will still have three years left in the room by himself. To add additional hangout space should the bottom bunk become no longer needed, the mattress of the lower bunk sits on a trundle which rolls out completely, creating an additional private space for lounging, gathering or doing homework.
Eclectic Girl's Room Features Layers of Boho Texture
With faux-fur pillows, cotton linens, a rattan daybed and oversized rug, there's no shortage of texture in this boho-chic bedroom. Not only do these accents keep the space soft, but they can also be switched out as the little girl grows older.
An ultra traditional girl's bedroom brings out all the femininity with floral fabrics, a painted ceiling and a pastel color palette. An animal print rug offsets the classic furniture and adds an unexpected element.
Children are encouraged to draw on the walls in this bedroom space, thanks to the easy-to-clean chalkboard painted wall. Red stripes frame the chalkboard space, matching the energy of the room's young occupants and relating the feature to the boldly colored furnishings in the space.
"We wanted something that would be fun for the kids and spark their imagination," said interior designer Carrie Maniaci about this birch forest bedroom. Custom murals and materials make this room come alive while the custom built bunk bed really sets this space apart.
This eclectic boys' bedroom pairs toile wallpaper and Roman shades with contemporary furnishings, such as the chevron-patterned headboards. A bold yellow nightstand provides a jolt of color against the subtle blue-and-green color palette.
We’ve made it upstairs to the family’s private spaces and here’s a snapshot of Whitney and Micah’s daughter’s room. The design has not strayed far from the principles already established. This room boasts yet another lovely shade of green and promotes imagination and creativity. There’s a collage of the girl’s own art above her bed and a special piece above the bookcase created by Whitney reflecting her younger self with her own mother. The quilt was hand sewn by Whitney and her mom and the cute crochet animals were handmade by Whitney’s sister. How’s that for three generations of artists? The design is simple, the colors are bright and the mood is happy.
A swing chair is a fun addition to the room, with plenty of pillows for comfy reading. The cactus design and geometric prints give the corner southwestern flair, nodding to the landscape just outside the little girl's window.