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Tag Archives: kids rooms
Posted on October 17, 2012
Love the vintage touches and beautiful use of space. I was attracted to the orange highlights too. Great for this month!
Posted on August 21, 2012
College dorm rooms can look beautiful…a great post full of cool ideas!
Posted on March 5, 2012
Oh man, I want to be a kid again and beg my parents for this! Never mind, I think I want it now!
Posted on March 2, 2012
Kids room of the week this week is a fairy tale inspired space full of color and love. Use of vintage toys and painted walls comes together beautifully. Image via Home Klondike.
Posted on February 7, 2012
Great ideas here! What a nice job they did!
Posted on August 5, 2011
For more than thirty years Room and Board has focused on unique designs to make your apartment or home a beautiful living experience. And what is extra great about this New York company–almost all their featured products are make in the USA! (found gorgeous rugs at their website made in India, but that’s okay…I love Indian rugs!) This company has established bonds with artisans in the area to make great quality furniture, helping to reduce environmental impact by staying close home, and a plus of supporting a a business in local community.
Room and Board covers all your apartment room needs, from the Clark sofa above, among the many other choices for living rooms, to this Ellis desk for your home office or study space. Truly unique. And all furnishing come in a variety of color and wood choices.
A favorite piece, this Bella mirror, in the accessories area where you can order mirrors by the inch. Many colors and framing choices, and leaning mirrors too.
Another unique piece with a retro look that I love, the Grove media cabinet.
And for those with young ones, don’t miss the kids area for fun and wondrous kid’s room selections, like this Moda bunk bed. Comes in a dark wood too that I really liked.
All images from Room and Board.com.
Posted on July 14, 2011
…and love this Animal Farm wallpaper in white and green. Check 95% Danish for information and pricing on these items. All images via the website.
Posted on April 14, 2011
One of our apartments features a perfect media center, built right in the wall with room for television or flat screen, media players, speakers and various CDs and DVDs. But not all apartments offer you the opportunity to explore and create a perfect media room. Scanning some of the ideas and options out there can give you a sense of what you’d like your relaxing area to look like. Comfort, of course, is key. And visibility a must.
Great idea for a small room. This media room designed by Cristi Azevedo has built in cabinetry and daybed and couch. George Nelson Saucer lamp. This is by far my favorite room presented here. Send me in some take-out; I’d never want to leave. photo: Dave Lauridsen.
Fun and cozy! Great media centered room idea for kids, though I can see the adults hopping aboard too. Central lighting give it depth, and the shelves easy access to everything a kid at heart could need.
Found this artistic set up at Design to Inspire. Vary your artwork choices to your taste. A movie image theme I would personally love. The Godfather, Gone with the Wind, Casablanca, Star Wars, E.T.; you get the idea?
Of course, a perfect media room would be one of those theater-like set ups, with reclining chairs and stands for your drinks, and a six to eight foot screen to host your fifteen guests…but not many of us has the space (or the thousands of dollars) for that type of room. Working with the space you have, you can be creative and have fun. And throw down that shag carpet for dancing fun!
Posted on March 23, 2011
Making a girl’s room into a fun, playful environment that she’ll love can be a perplexing task. Believe me, I’ve been through it with two of my own. And I wish I went with some of these design options, like this room with fairy-tale quality to it. The massive crib of course can be easy changed to a day bed, of twin bed. Love the color choices in this room, subtle yet bright.
So letting your kids go this far may be difficult but consider how easy it is to be creative using wall stickers. Your child’s favorite cartoon characters can be the crazy and fun way to allow her to express herself. These stickers are affordable and easy to place and remover.
The pink girl’s room is a thing of the past, well, maybe not completely, but this subtle color palette of pink, pale green, and white give this space a fresh and stylish feel, so beyond the pink comforter and curtains.
But if you must think pink, this room creation in light red painted walls and furniture is a perfect tween expression. Love the modern feel and the built in look of the desk and drawers which make this small space pretty as well as functional.