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Example of a trendy kids' room design in New York

Chelsea Teen's room & bathContemporary Kids, New York

Photography by Francis Augustine

Example of a trendy kids' room design in New York —  Houzz
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juliesp8 wrote:Jul 3, 2012
  • bebay
    would also like to know the wall color please?
  • kissyface
    I would also like to know the wall color.
kateperp wrote:Aug 7, 2011
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    Carolina V. Gentry, RID
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  • Denise Cahn
    Light is from ikea I believe
mrs sap wrote:Feb 22, 2016
cristy4 wrote:Apr 29, 2012
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    The Shabby Nest
    Try Benjamin Moore's Tear Drop.
  • mcgntg
    where is ceiling light from?
cristy4 wrote:Apr 29, 2012
  • motherbear
    Floating shelves use hidden hardware anchored to wall framing.
  • Hyuna Ham
    I have never seen such a long floating shelf. Is it custom-made? If not, where can I buy them?
bakerinakelly wrote:Apr 26, 2012
Julie wrote:Jul 6, 2011
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    The Shabby Nest
    Valspar's Frosty is a similar color.
  • Michelle T
    Is the opposite wall white too? Where the desk is.
susie2 wrote:Jun 9, 2011
hball09 wrote:Aug 28, 2015
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    Marie Burgos Design

    All bedding and pillows were custom made for this project.

kimkaylo wrote:Jan 14, 2011
Shilpa Patel wrote:Jan 13, 2011
shaligher wrote:May 4, 2013
    Capreisha Jones wrote:Mar 7, 2013
      Sean Heydorn wrote:Feb 18, 2013

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        lfrederick
        Lisa Frederick added this to 8 Youthful Bedrooms That Show Grown-Ups How It's DoneFeb 7, 2013

        Pale, airy colors, simple lines and a dearth of clutter give this bedroom a crisp feel that would resonate with anyone who gravitates toward the minimalist look. A daybed with a tailored, asymmetrical skirt is a smart choice that leaves plenty of room for a keyboard in the small space. The ruffly pendant and subtle dabs of pattern keep the look teen friendly.

        lolalina
        Laura Gaskill added this to Decorate With Intention: Give Kids' Rooms a BoostFeb 19, 2012

        Honor your teen's desire for independence by including him or her in any design updates. Of course, you always have the power to veto, but showing that you care what he or she wants goes a long way. A quick update might include a new coat of paint, a larger desk and a few floating shelves to house a budding art collection. For bonus points, include a few extra stools for friends to perch on and a wall mount for a guitar.

        shawngauthier
        Shawn Gauthier added this to Space Saver: Rotate the BedDec 7, 2011

        In this shot, the bed is accompanied by a keyboard and desk in a somewhat small room; leaving space on both ends of the bed helps it to feel less cramped and opens room near the closet.

        erikaward
        Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Help! I'm a Minimalist, My Child is a MaximalistAug 4, 2011

        Under the bed. Underbed storage is an excellent way to keep toys accessible to children while preserving precious floor space.

        decordemon
        decordemon added this to 8 Alternative Ways to Display ArtFeb 23, 2011

        On your shelves. Open shelving can be an art collector's saving grace, especially for those short on space. Depending on your layout, this can also be an opportunity to play with asymmetry. My personal method is to stick with all black and white, then arrange alternating different widths and heights.

        lilygahagan
        Lily Gahagan added this to Tween-Age DaydreamJan 12, 2011

        Floating shelves can hold stuffed animals or similarly soft toys at first, then photos or other artwork when the occupant is older. Pillows provide some character here, and can be changed with ease.

        alaves
        Alison Aves added this to New Year's Resolution: Frame Your PhotosJan 3, 2011

        A shelf or picture rail with a large grouping of images will become one of your favorite things to look at and can be switched around anytime without the help of a hammer.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        danimps
        danimps added this to Salvador's Room6 days ago

        Just the arrangement, not colors

        ctiner
        ctiner added this to Bella roomApr 30, 2018

        plain bed on frame with storage baskets underneath

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