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Category Archives: Kids Room Design
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 May 26, 2012
BM Architect design by Carlos Tiscar. Via Interiorich
Posted on March 27, 2012
I’ve been on a search for unique bedroom design ideas for teen girls. Once a young lady reaches a certain age, the old pink fluffy stuff hits the donation bags. Gone forever in sight, but hopefully not in mind and heart, are the little girl things that kept us safe and comfortable. A teen needs to express herself, and indulge in some luxury in her own created space. A long the way I’ve found some great little touches, unique color choices, and subtle yet expressive ways to upgrade the young girl room into a young adult haven.
I love the wall paper design above, and the purple, chartreuse, and blue color combination. The standing full length mirror (what girl doesn’t need one?) is a nice touch.
The transition from pre-teen to teen decor can be accomplished with a few simple design changes. A fresh new carpet, new bedding to match, and new window treatments will re-invent this teen’s space. Love the Japanese theme, and again the standing full-length mirror.
For the young woman who love a fresh and clean style, with a bit of a vintage touch. I love the fluffy shag carpets on top of carpets and the creative chandelier makes a nice statement. Creating a unique teen bedroom can be a fun decor challenge.
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 16, 2012
The room of Reed and Delphine Krakoff’s daughter in South Hampton is a stunning and yet simple young ladies’ room. Love the color choices.
Jean Rayere sconce, Bill Blass fashion sketches, suede ottomans from Coach.
photo: William Abranowicz for ElleDecor
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 28, 2011
A boys room can be difficult to design with functionality and neatness in mind. This example of a small bedroom converted to a great younger boys room I think is awesome. The lower bunk is made into a personal play area, which keeps the room clutter free (with use of the curtain!) and will give the young one his own space to play.
The tween and teen boy would love this arrangement with cool design features using khaki and army fatigue colors and patterns. Useful storage bins under bed and on shelving add organization and neatness to the space. Love the skateboard featured as art.
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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.