For interior designers, children’s rooms are often the spaces that allow them to unleash the most creativity and imagination. Who doesn’t like to let their inner child come out to play? From quiet and comforting, to colorful and full of life; from nurseries to teenager bedrooms, our favorites have one thing in common – they are wonderful places to let a child’s dreams come true.
For this nursery, Australian designer Silvia Roldan was asked to create a neutral theme. The colorful bedding and mobile pop against calm gray walls. A comfortable rocking chair is perfect for quiet times and snuggling.
Gideon Mendelson chose a sunny yellow as the backdrop for this sweet nursery in New York City. A warm rug, imaginative art and whimsical lighting make this child’s room a great place to escape the busy city.
For the nursery in her own home, Marie Flanigan selected soothing neutral tones. The bird mobile and flag window treatment are fun touches in a calm design.
Fun animal wallpaper and a bold flower lamp create a charmingly unique nursery designed by Sayre Ziskin.
Kevin Greenberg’s take on a little girl’s room has a Scandinavian feel with a neutral backdrop and pops of pastels. How fun is the raised play area?
For her young daughter’s room, doctor turned “designer” Danika Franks chose a floral-patterned bedspread and rustic bunk beds to create a vintage feel. A bright pink rug provides a soft space for cartwheels and play.
Australian designer Mandie Wright’s daughter is a lucky girl! Her bedroom, accented by a bold mint green wall treatment and bedding is the perfect place for reading or entertaining friends.
For this teenager’s bedroom, Jen Talbot created a fresh take on a traditional pink and purple color palette. Filmy bed curtains, a modern rug and kitshy pillows give the space a bohemian vibe.
Danika Franks mixes patterns and bold colors with vintage furniture and rug to design an eclectically fun bedroom.
This boy’s bedroom, crafted by Canadian designer Ami McKay has a race track theme created by a racing stripe wall treatment, number pillow cases and antique car bedding.
Regan Baker’s use of bold color and patterns make for a fun child’s room. Whimsical touches like the book cover pillow and gazelle window treatments create a space perfect for bolstering young imaginations.
This fashion-forward bedroom designed by Denise Davies takes “girly pink” to a whole new level. The unexpected pop of green makes this space fun and sophisticated.
Black, white and gray may not be the first colors you think of for a child’s space, but Lucie Ayres’ cool design incorporating a vintage spindle bed, graphic wallpaper and white bedding would make and kid feel lucky to call this their room.
The unusual wood wall treatment creates a stunning focal point and complements the amazing view from the window of this teenage boy’s room designed by Ann Lowengart.
Bunk with Me…
What child wouldn’t be thrilled to snuggle up in these bunk beds after a full day of play? Jersey Ice Cream Co. uses macrame bedding curtains, a warm, furry rug and neutral colors to create a warm, fun space.
Bold primary colors are balanced with neutral rugs and a mid-century rocker in this boy’s room. Massucco Warner Miller’s take on a mountain cabin has a rustic, yet polished aesthetic.
For a vacation home in Lake Tahoe, Antonio Martins provides an update on the typical bunk room. Metal bed frames and shelving paired with a modern chair give the room an industrial warmth.
Every child is a different kind of flower, and all together, make this world a beautiful garden. Unknown