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Hot pink curtains steal the show in this crisp, white bedroom. Height and color are the key components to dazzling drapery and curtains. Tip: To make your windows appear longer and more dramatic, hang your curtain rod just below the ceiling.
Kathleen Walsh Interiors, LLC
pink girls room
a crib to a bed."Daybeds are great for younger kids, as they feel more secure being against a wall on one side," says designer Kathleen Walsh. "The key to choosing the right bed is to pick one where the 'head' and 'foot' boards are low enough to not feel like you're in a cave, but high enough to support
Laura Manning Bendik
Forest Manor Model Home
Themed rooms can be a little daunting, since inevitably they're going to have to be changed as your child grows. But you can still keep a theme low key. This room does a great job — a hand-painted star chart, planets above the window and a telescope in the corner are all it took to turn this into a dream
Rachel Reider Interiors
than hanging a picture above the fireplace, prop it on the mantelpiece and let that become the only adornment in the space. This simple idea has one key advantage – it’s easy to change the art you display here, swapping it for another painting, poster or mirror at will.
Hermitage Lane, Newport Beach, CA
4. Don’t forget the essentials, and consider some special tools. Good task lighting is key for any workspace, and these hanging fixtures offer form as well as function. A homework station like this, tucked out of the way in an upstairs hall, is another great option for older kids — it will keep them
The Sky is the Limit Design
bins of varying colors — as designers from The Sky is the Limit Design in British Columbia did here — is a smart idea for parents of preschoolers. “The key is to choose a color for one item — say, blue for cars — and always sort them that way,” she says. “You can also use color to separate toys by owner
Bonus Room / Guest Room
Maximize storage with built-ins. In a space that will be filled with toys, books, sheets, blankets and more, adequate storage is key. "Consider building closed cabinets in lower units approximately 24 inches deep,” advises Rosen. “Twelve-inch bookcases with adjustable shelves should ideally rest on top