10,216 Eclectic Kid's Room Design Ideas
Klang & Associates
The Hunted Interior
Finding space in a small house is always a challenge. We expanded the original 30" closet opening to accommodate a large dresser & installed a countertop for the changing station. The cubbies below are the perfect size & scale for a growing toddlers wardrobe.
We had a bit of a challenge with the size of the room, and the furniture the parents chose for the bedroom. There was a fine line between making the room look like it is all furniture or letting the bold colors pop against the walls. There was also enough going on with the fabrics we chose for the room, so we opted for solid walls. We knew we were going with a nautical theme, and the fabrics for the bedding, window treatments and lighting was beautiful and unique. I felt it would work well with the navy furniture. The room has a different twist to the usual nautical boats. Plus, I knew the window treatment was going to steal the show. Designed by: Chavy Abelesz / Owner - Designers Nursery Photo Credit: Designers Nursery
THEME Every element of this room evokes images from the Enchanted Forest. Tiny lights twinkle like fireflies; curtains swing from real tree limbs and sticker stones lay a pathway to the bed. Ceramic mushrooms and birdhouses are scattered throughout the room, creating perfect hiding spots for fairies, pixies and other magical friends. The dominant color of both bedroom and bathroom — a soft, feminine pink — creates a soothing, yet wondrous atmosphere. In the corner sits a large tree with a child-size door at the base, promising a child-size adventure on the other side. FOCUS Illuminated by two beautiful flower-shaped lamps, the six-footdiameter circular bed becomes the centerpiece of the room. Imitation bark on the bed’s exterior augments the room’s theme and makes it easy for a child to believe they have stepped out of the suburbs and into the forest. Three lily pads extending from tree bark serve as both steps to the bed and stools to sit on. Ready-made for princess parties and sleepovers, the bed easily accommodates two to three small children or an adult. Twelvefoot ceilings enhance the sense of openness, while soft lighting and comfy pillows make this a cozy reading and resting spot. STORAGE The shelves on the rear of the bed and the two compartments in the tree — one covered by a doubledoor, the other by a miniature door — supplement the storage capacity of the room’s giant closet without interrupting the theme. GROWTH The bed meets standard specifications for a baby crib, and can accommodate both children and adults. The railing is easily removed when baby girl becomes a “big girl,” and eventually, a teenager. SAFETY Rounded edges on all of the room’s furnishings help prevent nasty bumps, and lamps are positioned well out-of-reach of small children. The mattress is designed to fit snugly to meet current crib safety standards, while a 26-inch railing allows this bed to act as a safe, comfortable and fun play area.
Suzanne Nichols Design Group, Inc.
Beautiful Design! Amazing! Innovation meets flexibility. Natural light spreads with a transitional flow to balance lighting. A wow factor! Tasteful!
Michael Raun Home LLC
Michael Raun Home Interior Design and Decorating - Transforming a room for siblings that's fun, functional and chic. The room also needed to evolve with the children as they got older. Paint design was used to transform this room, giving it character and dimension. The rest of the room would be set against this backdrop. Photo by Michael Mclawrence
Photo: Mina Brinkey © 2014 Houzz
k. brant interiors
Photography: David Paler
Daughters bedroom with a multi-utility study table and toy storage. Finished in neutral color pallete. We added accents with their toys and books. To fulfill the pink fantasy we used pink color laminate as the carcass of all the furniture pieces to maintain the look and add some drama into space