13,240 bedrooms for two Kids Design Photos

Mitch Wise Design,Inc.
The Redfield Home
Ideabooks4,487
Questions11
Jim's Bedroom colors. If we do the framed boat pics, this color goes well w/primary blue and red
multiple bedrooms, put two beds (or bunks) in at least one of them. Even if you have a small one-bedroom cottage, you can have a sofabed or an air mattress.
(one or two items might just feel random) without going overboard. A good rule of thumb is to include a fabric print, some sort of art or art object, and a color related to your theme.In the bedroom shown here, the three items include the nautical maps, anchor-print bed skirts and blue wall color. You
“anchor bed skirt, nautical maps” — carinpatterson
Playing Sublimely
Playing Sublimely
Ideabooks1,976
Questions6
This bedroom takes dog decor to another level in pillows and artwork. Seriously, there is just something about dogs dressed as humans (as in the nightstand print) that gets me every single time.
lover's bedroom with two framed illustrations and a pillow. The addition of the doggie decor makes this bedroom feel rustic and masculine, to be shared with man's best friend.
kids' bedrooms too. Solid dark walls and pinstripe curtains keep the look masculine.
“Paw print picture” — eislaufen
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Beth & Joe Gillespie
Ideabooks163
Questions1
boys' bedroom with bunk beds, allowing for as much playspace as possible. She also painted the colorful beach-inspired artwork.Beth cites space constraints as the family's biggest design dilemma, and says, "We really love our home and neighborhood. However, with four kids, three bedrooms and two baths
“Cuarto ale y Pablo” — letiperez
Virginia's Premier Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2012, 2013
Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
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Holly Marder
My Houzz: Contemporary Clasic in the Netherlands
Ideabooks1,051
Questions4
cheerful bedroom. A two-toned feature wall continues the girly theme.Red paint: Flexa VTWonen 'Signaalrood'; pink paint: Signaalroze, Flexa VTWonen; chalkboard: Mala, Ikea; slide: Virre, Ikea; chair: Kritter, Ikea; floor lamp: Alfhild Fagel, Ikea
minimal girl bedroom
Ikea bedroom...two tone color
“Slide from bunker bed to floor” — patelvaibhu
Alix Bragg Interior Design
4 Reviews
Boy's Room
Ideabooks4,844
Questions10
Looking for ideas for the attic space. Guest (Kids) bedroom or study would fit well.
twin bedroom / living around dormers
could be two queens as well
like the shape around the dormer window allowing space for two beds
son's bedroom are vintage and were found in Georgetown, SC.
Two twin beds are tucked under the eaves of this room, decorated by Alix J. Bragg. To make the most of the small space, bedside lighting is wall mounted and under-the-bed baskets offer extra storage.
“Basket under the bed” — pengebretson
Wendi Young Design
Cape Cod Style in Dana Point, California
Ideabooks8,296
Questions11
Adorable bedroom. What brand are the reading lamps? thanks!
with the two iron beds rather than two twin beds.
Two beds / use of color
Two beds with dresser in between Seating at foot of bed
two twin sized beds with iron bedframes
Decorate mu dauthers bedroom
girl's shared bedroom/bedding
Girls bedroom...extra bedroom...teen bedroom...Twin bedroom
“bedding.” — dkinser75
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks13,781
Questions4
room has two bunk beds as well as a full bed for guests. A pull-out closet makes maximum use of the narrow space near the bunk beds. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
Two bunk beds with built-in storage, a pullout closet and a full guest bed (not shown) make up the kids' minimalist room.
serve as a bedroom if needed. Could be a garage if another buyer wanted that.
Bottom bed but on two corner walls?
Two bunk beds with built-in storage, a pullout closet and a full guest bed (not shown) make up the kids' minimalist room.
“Pull out closet” — tfox346
Tracey English/One Apple Designs
Tracey English
Ideabooks450
Questions0
attic into two separate bedrooms. Her two boys each have their own room, making them feel like they've been allotted a special place to escape and unwind in the house. The low vaulted ceiling brings the dormer windows closer to a reading nook, letting plenty of light in for reading and playing; it's energy
“floor seating” — alexabsandrew
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