by ipdesign |
September 21st, 2010 |
Nothing can be more fun – or sometimes – more challenging then decorating Kid’s rooms! And often, one of the most frequently made mistakes you can make when you begin this project is not involving your child! Their decorating and color opinions – within reason of course – should really be taken into consideration! After all, if your child truly loves his or her new room, perhaps, they just might take better care of their surroundings! We can hope..right!?
And, since a picture is worth a thousand words, here are some GREAT children’s rooms to spark your imagination!
With a monkey hanging from the ceiling, and a giraffe looking on, this classic child’s nursery had just the right whimsical spark!
Apple green walls set the stage for this fun “circle” multi colored fabric – used in the bedding and accent pillows. Notice the coordinating striped canopy valance over the upholstered window seat. A clever window valance design, and the perfect compliment for this wonderful bedroom design!
The sophistication of black and white fabrics and accessories take center stage in this teenage girls fun “bubble gum” pink bedroom.
Blues, yellows accented with warm peach create just the perfect combination for this bedroom/playroom combination. Notice how the use of color calls attention to the architectural design of the loft beds…and let’s not forget ceilings! I just couldn’t imagine this room with a white ceiling! Can you?
Sugar & Spice and everything nice! This soft color palette is calming and pleasing to the eye in this wonderful girl’s room. A canopy valance calls attention to these unique corner windows – and pink plaid roman shades are perfect for privacy. Notice the wonderfully creative headboard – and storage bins placed under the window seat!
These lucky little boys have a very special room to stay in when they visit their grandparents! Created just for them, these wonderful nautical inspired twin beds set the stage for a blue, white and red color scheme. Storage isn’t a problem in this room, as drawers are conveniently located in the beds….”below deck”