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Organic Modern Mountain Home
Organic Modern Mountain Home
Living Stone Design + Build
Large mountain style gender-neutral gray floor and carpeted kids' room photo in Other with brown walls
Mistflower
Mistflower
Leslie Cotter Interiors
Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional girl brown floor and dark wood floor kids' room remodel in Louisville with white walls
Contemporary Kids
Contemporary Kids
Trendy boy dark wood floor kids' room photo in New York with gray walls
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Sundance Project
Sundance Project
Grossman Design Build
Todd Kamp
Example of a cottage kids' room design in Dallas
122 Kingston2
122 Kingston2
Dwell - L. Hamilton & Co.
Trendy gender-neutral brown floor kids' room photo in Miami with beige walls
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Magleby Construction
Farmhouse gender-neutral carpeted and gray floor kids' bedroom photo in Salt Lake City with gray walls
2012 HGTV Green Home
2012 HGTV Green Home
Kemp Hall Studio
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Mid-sized transitional boy carpeted and green floor kids' room photo in Atlanta with beige walls
California Modern
California Modern
Gonterman Construction
Kids' room - mediterranean girl light wood floor kids' room idea in Orange County with multicolored walls
Child Bedroom
Child Bedroom
Space Coast Construction
The Solar System inspired toddler's room is filled with hand-painted and ceiling suspended planets, moons, asteroids, comets, and other exciting objects.
Upstate Farmhouse
Upstate Farmhouse
Chango & Co.
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Alegria
Alegria
Dana Webber Design Group
A Modern Farmhouse on the coast of Washington State. This old beach cottage was an extensive remodel with an all female design team. At the Dana Webber Design Group, creating spaces for entertaining was our focus. This modern farmhouse living room is a hit. Beautiful decor ideas. Mixed materials of wood, steel and glass create a beautiful natural look. We are a full service architectural firm on Bainbridge Island, just off the coast of Seattle. Take a look at the full home tour at DanaWebber.com
River Estates Residence
River Estates Residence
Skapa Design
This boys' room reflects a love of the great outdoors with special attention paid to Minnesota's favorite lumberjack, Paul Bunyan. It was designed to easily grow with the child and has many different shelves, cubbies, nooks, and crannies for him to stow away his trinkets and display his treasures.
Carob Drive Teen Room Project
Carob Drive Teen Room Project
Lace and Grace Interiors
Mid-sized transitional girl brown floor and wallpaper kids' room photo in Phoenix with white walls
Family Farmhouse Addition
Family Farmhouse Addition
Suburban Renewal Inc
Robert Brewster, Warren Jagger Photography
Example of a cottage medium tone wood floor and brown floor playroom design in Providence
Custom Interior Renovations
Custom Interior Renovations
J.P. Hoffman Design Build
Kids' room - country kids' room idea in Boston
forest hills dc home
forest hills dc home
Liza Ryner Design
Inspiration for a small transitional gender-neutral light wood floor kids' room remodel in DC Metro with white walls
Sullivans Island Beach House
Sullivans Island Beach House
Beau Clowney Architects
Large beach style gender-neutral medium tone wood floor and beige floor kids' room photo in Charleston with white walls
Robeson Design Boys Room Storage Solutions
Robeson Design Boys Room Storage Solutions
Robeson Design
Inspiration for a transitional boy carpeted kids' room remodel in San Diego with multicolored walls
Studio City
Studio City
JAC Interiors
Photo by Alexandra DeFurio. Aidan is a 12-year-old girl who lives with her father half of the time. Her parents are divorced and her father wanted his daughter to be at home in his new bachelor house. He wanted her to feel “understood” and validated as a girl entering into her teen years. The room therefore is sophisticated, yet still young and innocent. It may have “grown up” attributes such as chic English paisley wallpaper by Osborne and Little and a sassy “Like Forever” poster, but it is still comfortable enough to hang out on the flokati rug or on the vintage revamped chair. Aidan was very involved in providing the design inspiration for the room. She had asked for a “beachy” feel and as design professionals know, what takes over in the creative process is the ideas evolve and many either are weeded out or enhanced. It was our job as designers to introduce to Aidan a world beyond Pottery Barn Kids. We incorporated her love of the ocean with a custom, mixed Benjamin Moore paint color in a beautiful turquoise blue. The turquoise color is echoed in the tufted buttons on the custom headboard and trim around the linen roman shades on the window. Aidan wanted a hangout room for her friends. We provided extra seating by adding a vintage revamped chair accessorized with a Jonathan Adler needle point “Love” pillow and a Moroccan pouf from Shabby chic. The desk from West Elm from their Parson’s collection expresses a grown up feel accompanied with the Saarinen Tulip chair. It’s easier for Aidan to do her homework when she feels organized and clutter free. Organization was a big factor is redesigning the room. We had to work around mementos that soon-to-be teenagers collect by the truckloads. A custom bulletin board above the desk is a great place to tack party invitations and notes from friends. Also, the small Moda dresser from Room and Board stores books, magazines and makeup stored in baskets from the Container Store. Aidan loves her room. It is bright and cheerful, yet cheeky and fun. It has a touch of sass and a “beachy” feel. This room will grow with her until she leaves for college and then comes back as a guest. Thanks to her father who wanted her to feel special, she is able to spend half her time in a room that reflects who she is.
Nursery room
Nursery room
PHL & SERVICES
Nursery room decor by The MG Design Lab Photo credit: PHL & Services
Example of a mid-sized trendy girl porcelain tile and orange floor kids' room design in Miami with white walls
Poplar Hill
Poplar Hill
ID Studio Interiors
Example of a transitional medium tone wood floor, brown floor and vaulted ceiling kids' bedroom design in Other with gray walls
Minnetonka Metamorphosis
Minnetonka Metamorphosis
Hagstrom Builder
Peter VonDeLinde Visuals
Large beach style gender-neutral carpeted and multicolored floor kids' room photo in Minneapolis with white walls
Teenage Girl's Bedroom
Teenage Girl's Bedroom
Hollub Homes
Hollub Homes | Interior design by Helene Hollub | Ken Hayden Photography
Example of a trendy girl carpeted kids' room design in Miami with white walls
Island Perch
Island Perch
DeStefano Maugel Architects
John Benford
Example of a mid-sized classic boy medium tone wood floor and brown floor kids' room design in Boston with beige walls
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For children, a bedroom is more than just a place to sleep — kids rooms are a place to do schoolwork, play, read and daydream. Whether you are contemplating a complete kids bedroom remodel or are just considering various kids' room ideas for an aesthetic refresh, keep in mind that you'll need to design a space that serves multiple functions, and is both comfortable and practical for several years to come.

The ultimate experts on what kids like are kids themselves, so get their input when you’re browsing kids room remodeling ideas and kids room photos. That being said, children's preferences do change often, so when perusing kids room decorating ideas, consider accessories and colors that can be easily replaced. Overall, whether you're decorating a playroom or bedroom, be sure to focus on fun, growth and practicality.

How do I decorate a kid’s bedroom?


When browsing kids bedroom ideas, consider your child’s personality and interests - whether they are four or 14, a kid’s room should always reflect who they are.

In terms of picking colors for a kid’s bedroom design, incorporate a favorite hue on the walls or bring in bright accents, but stick with neutral furniture that doesn't need to be swapped out as interests change. While the furniture should be appropriate for your child's age, it also should be something that can grow with him or her, so consider purchasing full-sized dressers and cabinets that can last through the school years.

How do I decorate a playroom?


A playroom should be very lively and inspirational, so get creative with your color and furnishings. A wall mural or wall decal is a great way to incorporate playful design, while a chalkboard wall lets kids produce their own masterpieces. Try using fun furnishings, like beanbag chairs or floor cushions, and brightly colored textiles to encourage happy moods. Put up their artwork and create a space that encourages their interests. If they are big readers, consider a reading nook. If they love jumping around and being active, consider a slide, climbing wall or swing.

Because it is a multifunctional room, use space smartly. Install built-in cabinets and shelves for much-needed toy storage, and include a desk or work table for homework and coloring. A craft station is a great way to get those creative juices flowing, or consider a small snack area with a microwave and mini fridge. Divide the space into zones so that quieter kids can draw or read while more active kids can watch tv or play a musical instrument.

What kind of storage should I have for a kids area?


As you sort through different kids room pictures and consider various kids room decorating ideas, you’ll notice that in even the most elaborately decorated rooms, storage is never lacking. Given the huge range of toys and clothes that children have, keeping kids’ rooms clutter-free can be a difficult undertaking. As you look at various kids room designs, consider simple and effective storage solutions such as cubbies and shelves. Use the closet’s full storage capacity - install hanging organizers, add another rod for clothing and put in accessible drawers. Kids’ rooms are inherently a creative and somewhat messy space, so don’t expect pristine conditions all the time - strategically place baskets, bins and toy chests around to encourage your child to place items in these containers after use.

When it comes to a kid’s room design, always remember that because this is a child’s room, height requirements need to be adjusted. If a child cannot reach an item they most certainly can’t put it back, and this will cause mess to accumulate much faster.

How can I create a kids bedroom for multiple siblings?


If you have two children at different ages with varying styles, tastes and preferences, a kids room remodel can be tough. The key to creating co-habitable kids rooms is to give each child their own area; split the room so that each child has their bed and dresser on “their” side of the room, and, if that isn’t possible, find an arrangement that feels fair and doesn’t cloister them too close together. Closets are shared, so make sure they each have equal space to store their belongings. A lack of space can hinder even the most strategic kids’ room design, so consider a bunk bed. As the siblings get older and no longer want to share a room, or if they want to split up beds, you can always add a desk or workstation underneath the top bunk.

Kids rooms do not have to be gender-specific, so if you have a boy and girl sharing a space, don’t panic - this IS a feasible undertaking! Make sure interests of both kids are reflected equally in the kids’ room decor. Ditch the outdated idea of blue for a boy and pink for a girl, and go with what colors they actually like. As you look at kids room design ideas, take note of the various patterns, bedding, paintings and colors that customize a space by. Make sure to always get the input of the children when looking at kids' room ideas; this should be a collaborative and fun design process!

Whether you want inspiration for planning a kids' room renovation or are building a designer kids' room from scratch, Houzz has 145,259 images from the best designers, decorators, and architects in the country, including Bull Run Kitchen and Bath and Signature Deck & Pergola Co.. Look through kids' room pictures in different colors and styles and when you find a kids' room design that inspires you, save it to an Ideabook or contact the Pro who made it happen to see what kind of design ideas they have for your home. Explore the beautiful kids' room photo gallery and find out exactly why Houzz is the best experience for home renovation and design.