Children’s rooms are just about as fun as they come to design. From tots to teens, city to country, the images below capture something special. It’s important to remember the small spaces when designing for children. Little one’s love a space they can call their own… even if it’s the size of a thimble.
I love the atypical pairing of a old kilim with Cole & Son’s Tree Wallpaper. Note how hints of red are pulled together by the simple artwork & toys. Also, the dilineation of tree/void and fuzzy grey stripe relate to one another.
This child’s nook will create forever memories. This is a great way to make a small space special with the inexpensive use of a large scale photo.
On the flipside, this interior is quite the build-out. Can you imagine the ghost stories & magical nights spent in this room? An upstate dream!
I love the messy depth chalkboard paint gives to this child’s room. It’s a great way to save money on artwork as the wall needs nothing but an artist.
Simple, a tad unrealistic, but beautiful none-the-less. The combination of creams and cool tones make this a very warm, clean space. However, I think an animal hide would most likely scare a child.
I love the cottage-simplicity of this older child’s bedroom. The worn edges & milk paint soften the cozy space. I love the lampshades that look like mushrooms!
Not in love with the fabric selection, but this little girl sure is lucky to have a lofted playspace in her room!
Maritime built-ins are perfect for a second home, even for adults. I could totally see doing this in a vacation home that has frequent guests.
Brilliant use of ordinary space.
Wall decals are an inexpensive way to fill dead wall space. I used decals from Wee Decor in my baby’s room and still love them 2.5 years later.
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I love love love this nursery. There is a Wes Anderson-esque vibe in this image… sure would make for a cool kid.
I’d love to see some images of your favorite children’s rooms as well. Send them my way! xoEB