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Eclectic Kids
Add through accessoriesIn this child’s bedroom, the floral print rug and bed linen are all that are needed to give the otherwise white scheme a pretty lift. The result is a space that feels fresh, and will be easy to adapt as tastes change.See how colour is key in a child’s room
“Colors” — jheadrick
Cynthia Prizant - Prizant Design, LLC
6 Reviews
Industrial, edgy teen bedroom
keep his wheels firmly on the ground. An uncomplicated color palette of black, white, with a jolt of red makes it easy to find new coordinating accessories.
“large canvas same size pics mod podged on” — smerckel
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Niagara Vineyard Renovation
Pink accessories decorate one of the daughter’s bedrooms, offset by white and two-tone furniture from Ikea. Dresser: Mandal; desk: Micke; office chair: Jules, all three pieces from Ikea; graffiti decal: Scribble On Everything
“name” — Coastal RV
Kathleen DiPaolo Designs
3 Reviews
Turquoise Bed with trundle
Subdued pineapple-patterned fabric melds with the blue grass cloth wall covering to create a gorgeous whole.Browse pineapple-themed accessories
“Daybed” — sqchouse
Alexander Johnson Photography
2 Reviews
Upper East Side
rug made from carpet tiles. It visually excite the room (and help hide the inevitable stains). More: Browse more photos of kids' spaces See more accessories for kids' rooms
“Carpet tiles” — dbartow
Contemporary Kids
This yellow chair and blue rug take the stage in this otherwise neutral room. Accessories offer an easy way to bring the blue-and-yellow color combo into your home. These two work really well in this white and black room, but they also
“Techo” — malegarlu
Lizette Marie Interior Design
2 Reviews
Willow Glen Residence
beanbags, ottomans and chairs for the little people in the house go the distance in making everyone comfortable. Lesson from this room: Children's art, accessories and decor can add that perfect punch of color to a space.
“Shelves” — sh3211
Kelly Donovan
My Home
Remake your attic into a long-term space for your son or daughter. Paint the walls and ceiling a light and inviting color, then add furniture and accessories for comfort, for a bedroom where your child has space and privacy.
“dormer” — mollyjnorth
Need help with accessories
We've just had the spare bedroom decorated a lovely purple and now need to decide what bedding and curtains to go with it, can't decide whether it should...
Need help with tall wall and accessories.
2story family room walls, I'm having difficulty with art/or other idea. Do you have any thoughts on furniture placement? I hope to figure out the wall...
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