11,635 Eclectic Nursery and Kids Design Photos
Garage turns into a playroom
The bedroom being not a perfect square, feels warm and cozy. The secret garden wallpaper is to mimic the home's exterior but with a whimsical pattern to feel age appropriate. The rich custom window treatments are reminiscent of a simple flower that feels modern with a traditional touch. Crisp and clean sheets with a blush fringe detail pick up the colors on the wallpaper and tie in with the fringe detail on the bedskirt. White Bedding allows for the wallpaper and fabrics to stand out but placing a kantha throw at the foot of the bed creates contrast and brings in an additional complementary pattern. A flokati rug adds softness and texture. A round robin's egg colored table brings in a different shape to offset the straighter lines of the dresser and bookcase, while mimicking the scrolls of the headboard. Photo Credit: Amy Bartlam
Hansen Architects, P.C.
Atlantic Archives, Richard Leo Johnson
The Sky is the Limit Design
Jo Ann Richards, Works Photography
Our simple office fits nicely under the lofted custom-made guest bed meets bookcase (handmade with salvage bead board and sustainable maple plywood).
Robin Sacks Decorative Painting
NYC, Real Housewives of NYC Custom designed wall stencil. Designer: Rona Landman
Mayssa Al Ghawas
The Summer Cottage is a room made for two kids, with 2 beds under, a stair case with drawers leading to a playroom that can also be used for a 3rd guest for sleepovers, and a slid used more by adults than kids! this structure can hold the whole family for bedtime stories -photo by:Iva
Kristy Kropat Design
THEME The main theme for this room is an active, physical and personalized experience for a growing boy. This was achieved with the use of bold colors, creative inclusion of personal favorites and the use of industrial materials. FOCUS The main focus of the room is the 12 foot long x 4 foot high elevated bed. The bed is the focal point of the room and leaves ample space for activity within the room beneath. A secondary focus of the room is the desk, positioned in a private corner of the room outfitted with custom lighting and suspended desktop designed to support growing technical needs and school assignments. STORAGE A large floor armoire was built at the far die of the room between the bed and wall.. The armoire was built with 8 separate storage units that are approximately 12”x24” by 8” deep. These enclosed storage spaces are convenient for anything a growing boy may need to put away and convenient enough to make cleaning up easy for him. The floor is built to support the chair and desk built into the far corner of the room. GROWTH The room was designed for active ages 8 to 18. There are three ways to enter the bed, climb the knotted rope, custom rock wall, or pipe monkey bars up the wall and along the ceiling. The ladder was included only for parents. While these are the intended ways to enter the bed, they are also a convenient safety system to prevent younger siblings from getting into his private things. SAFETY This room was designed for an older child but safety is still a critical element and every detail in the room was reviewed for safety. The raised bed includes extra long and higher side boards ensuring that any rolling in bed is kept safe. The decking was sanded and edges cleaned to prevent any potential splintering. Power outlets are covered using exterior industrial outlets for the switches and plugs, which also looks really cool.
HEJM - Interieurfotografie
Foto: HEJM © 2015 Houzz
RODOLPHE ROBIN - IMAGES DU JOUR
Visual Jill Interior Decorating
This small bedroom needed to serve a few different functions . . . reading nook, homework space, play and costume hideout, and of course comfortable slumber! We managed to fit it all in with very careful space planning. Close-up of the reading corner!
Du Interiors - Dulce Roberto
Elle M Photography