5,318 Coastal Kid's Room Design Ideas

Sullivan's Island Remodel
Sullivan's Island Remodel
St. Pierre ConstructionSt. Pierre Construction
Brainerd Lakes Shingle Style
Brainerd Lakes Shingle Style
John Kraemer & SonsJohn Kraemer & Sons
Builder: John Kraemer & Sons | Architecture: Murphy & Co. Design | Interiors: Engler Studio | Photography: Corey Gaffer
Sea Girt Beach House
Sea Girt Beach House
Kathy Kuo Designs IncKathy Kuo Designs Inc
For a kids bedroom, it doesn’t get any cuter than these custom built-in twin bunks! Each bunk has their own individual sconce for late-night reading and shelving for toys and decor. The shiplap panels, ship-printed bedding, and other beach-inspired decor play into a nautical theme. We love the bright color palette for a youthful, coastal bedroom.
Modern Beach House
Modern Beach House
Patterson Custom HomesPatterson Custom Homes
Ryan Garvin
Bayonne Street - Sullivans Island, SC
Bayonne Street - Sullivans Island, SC
ONYX DESIGN COLLABORATIVEONYX DESIGN COLLABORATIVE
Alex Thornton Photography Location: Isle of Palms, SC Architect: Sabrina Vogel, SLC Architects Interior Designer: Onyx Design Collaborative Builder: Naramore Construction Cabinet Design: Jill Frey Kitchen Design Cabinet Fabricator: Mount Pleasant Woodworks Custom Metalwork: Matt Burchette of Choice Co.
Nautical Bunk Room
Nautical Bunk Room
e4 Interior Design, LLCe4 Interior Design, LLC
A attic space, slated for storage, was utilized into this expansive kids bunk room. A perfect space for playing games, lounging around watching TV, and it sleeps 9 or more.
Major Remodel
Major Remodel
Wright Jenkins Home DesignWright Jenkins Home Design
This second-story addition to an already 'picture perfect' Naples home presented many challenges. The main tension between adding the many 'must haves' the client wanted on their second floor, but at the same time not overwhelming the first floor. Working with David Benner of Safety Harbor Builders was key in the design and construction process – keeping the critical aesthetic elements in check. The owners were very 'detail oriented' and actively involved throughout the process. The result was adding 924 sq ft to the 1,600 sq ft home, with the addition of a large Bonus/Game Room, Guest Suite, 1-1/2 Baths and Laundry. But most importantly — the second floor is in complete harmony with the first, it looks as it was always meant to be that way. ©Energy Smart Home Plans, Safety Harbor Builders, Glenn Hettinger Photography

5,318 Coastal Kid's Room Design Ideas

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