Dig This Trend: Whimsical Kids’ Rooms
Spring has arrived and now is the time to redecorate those rooms. Try these kid friendly ideas and see what works for the children!
This quirky Ferris wheel lends a sense of playful exuberance while tin buckets double as storage for toys.
Sweet as peaches
Soothing peach and sage tones evoke a peaceful, innocent mood in this nursery by Beckwith Interiors.
With built-in shelving units, this Upper East Side room was designed by Evelyn Benatar with storage in mind. Upholstered headboards and corkboard walls create a warm, comfortable space.
A little privacy
These retractable curtains give each bunk occupant a little privacy when pillow talk is over.
Leave your surfboard at the door! This tree-house-turned-loft bed is the perfect play space for rambunctious little boys.
Room to grow
In a New York City home, this little girl’s bedroom is an ode to times not so long ago.
“We carried the theme of flowers and ’70s cool throughout the room,” designer Evalyn Benatar explained. “The night stand, tufted upholstered chair and dresser are distressed to bring yin and yang to the space.”
Brave enough to go all out? This baseball-themed kid’s bedroom is bold, but thoughtfully placed details keep it from feeling overwhelming.
Space in mind
Keeping a room’s unique details in mind is key to any successful design.
“A shower from the bathroom on the neighboring wall resulted in a design challenge,” designer Angela Sarmiento said about thismodern bedroom. “We designed the bunk bed to include a bookcase so that the wall would have the correct depth.”
Twin chandeliers are a highly sophisticated, feminine note in a city apartment. Satin curtains frame a skyline view just beyond the window.
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