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Unlike an adult bedroom, where relaxation is key, a kids’ bedroom is constantly full of energy. A children’s room needs to be equipped to handle any and all activities, including sleeping, coloring, doing homework, roughhousing with friends and playing with toys on the floor. More
We can picture it now: creaking hardwood floors, shuttered windows, crisp linens and this beautiful raw silk bed skirt — the makings of a perfect farmhouse bedroom.
This Jonathan Adler print would look great in an industrial bedroom loft. Geometric print? Check. Soft muted colors? Check. Contemporary yet comfy.
Hollywood Grey Duvet
This bedskirt has become a favorite of mine. It's pretty and tailored, and I love the two-toned fabric. The only thing tricky with bedskirts is the drop, so be sure to measure well. You can always adjust if it's too long, but not if it's too short!
The Spring Blossom duvet from West Elm is both lovely and soothing. Watercolors and pastels are perfect together.
This art center for kids is a great way for the children to get busy and creative while keeping them out of your office stuff.
Deluxe Art Center
Go for a graphic print in a neutral and feel free to add bold color everywhere else. This set would be great for jazzing up a boring, old bed.
Many Houzz participants have bemoaned that their children won't for the life of them study at a desk. After a full day of sitting upright, it can be healthy to think in a more . . . prone position. Which is why we love this floor pillow. More sprawling and versatile than a simple bean bag, your...
Chamois Floor Pillow
How sweet is this setup? It makes my inner organization junkie go all gaga. My two oldest boys share a small room, and something like this would make the most of the available space. Look at all that storage — and the space for the computer!
Tradewins Mountain River Computer...
Cushy Lounge Collection
I'm pretty basic when it comes to bedding; I think that less is more. I almost always go with a solid quilt, and the box stitch on this one is my favorite. It's pretty and simple and easy to launder. Pair this with a decorative duvet at the foot of the bed and some pretty shams or pillows, and...
This activity table sits low to the ground to allow safe and engaging play from toddlerdom to teenage years. With deep drawers, this table offers a wide play space with storage. When the toddler outgrows the table as a play station, keep in in the middle of a bigger child's room as a homework...
Activity Table & Carts
The Greek key motif is especially elegant on 100 percent Egyptian cotton duvet covers and shams. The tone-on-tone white is understated.
I'm not sure how long this would last in my bedroom with my so-cute-I-can't-not-let-him-on-the-bed puppy, but it's a nice idea in theory. I love the cheery yellow trim. Plus, a simple duvet means I can go wild with printed sheets and switch them out often.
Our beloved Batavia pattern is based the on the traditional Ikat design, first produced in Yemen throughout the 9th century. The design team modernized this classic tribal print by playing with scale and simplifying the color palette with muted tones like grey, beige and cream. Plus a painterly...
BATAVIA DOVE DUVET SET
The extra thick upholstery of this hanging chair makes this a must for a kids room. With fun but non-intrusive colors, this sturdy seat with an all-in-one seat belt puts a new spin on reading corner. You may never get your child out.
Haba Piratos Swing Seat
Deluxe Art Center
Designed by DwellStudioPart of the DwellStudio Dots Bedding Collection.Materials: 210 thread count 100% combed Egyptian cotton.
This is such a fun pattern! The simple color scheme and the ornate print would make for a fantastic headboard.
This quilt offers a beautiful hand-crafted pattern in vibrant colors. I love its lightweight quality and that it has coordinating shams.
This duvet cover in slate has a masculine feel and will add just the right amount of pattern to a boy's room.
I'm obsessed with this sheet set by Kelly Wearstler. The colors are so pretty, and the neutral mix of prints and textures reminds me of everything wonderful about the '70s.
This quatrefoil-like pattern works with a range of room styles, and would look equally good in a bedroom, dining room or anywhere else that you're looking for a subtle geometric pop.
Oh exotic quatrefoil patterns how we love thee! Now you cover your bed with Moroccan flair thanks to this duvet cover (matching shams are available). Available in aubergine and yellow.
Playroom storage and organization becomes a whole lot easier and much more beautiful with these shelves and cabinets.
Cameron 3 Cubby & 3 Drawer Base Set
This 6-inch vinyl Steve figure, and dirt block would look smashing on the bookshelf. Yes, this set is ridiculously expensive, but just keep telling yourself it's a collector's item.
Minecraft Steve Vinyl
I avoided the all-white bed trend floating around the blogosphere for a while because I was worried about how dirty the linens would get. But after giving in a few weeks ago, I can honestly say that an all-white bed is best. Plus, it makes a great base so that I can bring in accent colors that...
This would make a beautiful sofa. It would be a statement without being flashy or trendy, and the dark, neutral color would mix well with printed pillows and drapes.
Lattice Bamboo Fabric
Add an unusual take on traditional florals with these flower shades and bases. The sleek white bases offer a balance for the delightfully surprising detailing of these sweet lamps. Hand fastened to the shade, these little buds will offer beautiful detail to any girlie space.