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Kids' Room Ideas - Style: Modern

Waverley House
Waverley House
Angus Mackenzie Architect
Window - Day bed - Seat Photography Huw Lambert
Kids' room - mid-sized modern gender-neutral kids' room idea in Other
Meatpacking Loft:  kids room
Meatpacking Loft: kids room
Matter of Architecture
http://www.esto.com/vecerka
Example of a minimalist gender-neutral light wood floor kids' room design in New York with multicolored walls
Madrona Residence
Madrona Residence
CCS ARCHITECTURE
On the first floor, in addition to the guest room, a “kids room” welcomes visiting nieces and nephews with bunk beds and their own bathroom. Photographer: Aaron Leitz
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Hillside Kid's Room
Hillside Kid's Room
Banducci Associates Architects, Inc.
Sharon Risedorph Photography
Kids' room - modern gender-neutral light wood floor kids' room idea in San Francisco with gray walls
Fun, Modern Nursery-to-Toddler Room
Fun, Modern Nursery-to-Toddler Room
Heather Lisi
This fun, modern nursery was designed in collaboration with Suzanne O'Leary, owner of ella+elliot. The modern children's store was approached by Tas Design Build, a leader in condo developments in Toronto, to create a space that would fit the modern lifestyle of their potential clients. This room has received considerable national and international press, an award for Outstanding Model Suite Design and has appeared on HGTV Canada's The Decorating Adventures of Ambrose Price.
girls bedroom design ideas
girls bedroom design ideas
Robeson Design
Kids Bedrooms can be fun. This preteen bedroom design was create for a young girl in need o her own bedroom. Having shared bedrooms with hr younger sister it was time Abby had her own room! Interior Designer Rebecca Robeson took the box shaped room and added a much needed closet by using Ikea's PAX wardrobe system which flanked either side of the window. This provided the perfect spot to add a simple bench seat below the window creating a delightful window seat for young Abby to curl up and enjoy a great book or text a friend. Robeson's artful use of bright wall colors mixed with PB teen bedding makes for a fun exhilarating first impression when walking into Abby's room! For more details on Abby's bedroom, watch YouTubes most popular Interior Designer, Rebecca Robeson as she walks you through the actual room! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2ZQbjBJsEs Photos by David Hartig
Modern Kids
Modern Kids
Example of a minimalist gender-neutral medium tone wood floor kids' room design in Miami with white walls
Boy's Room
Boy's Room
Tewes Design
Fun, modern boys room - photo taken by Shana Novak
Minimalist boy medium tone wood floor teen room photo in New York with white walls
organizing pictures
organizing pictures
Lacey Carroll Interiors llc
Inspiration for a modern kids' room remodel in Birmingham
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ASAP_bedroom_w copy.jpg
Studio Kiss - ASAP House
Kids' room - modern gender-neutral medium tone wood floor kids' room idea in New York with white walls
Modern Kids
Modern Kids
Kids' room - modern kids' room idea in San Francisco
Interiors
Interiors
Revival Arts | Architectural Photography
Contempoary bedroom work space Builder: Rockridge Fine Homes Photography: Jason Brown
Minimalist kids' study room photo in Vancouver
Upper East Side
Upper East Side
West Chin Architects & Interior Designers
photos by Mikiko Kikuyama
Inspiration for a modern kids' room remodel in New York with green walls
VILLA WENGE
VILLA WENGE
KYZLINK ARCHITECTS
Example of a minimalist gender-neutral dark wood floor kids' room design in Other with gray walls
Discovery Pod Playhouse
Discovery Pod Playhouse
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc.
Photographer: Anice Hoachlander from Hoachlander Davis Photography, LLC Project Architect: Wayne Adams and Renee Pean
Example of a minimalist gender-neutral painted wood floor and blue floor kids' room design in DC Metro with orange walls
London's Big Girl Room
London's Big Girl Room
Ginny Phillips
Photos by Ginny Phillips Photography...me :) London's big girl room! From nursery to THIS. DIY glam! Decorating Style: I am in love with big, bold prints and colors...lots of mixtures of textures (ruffles, furriness, and crystal are some faves) and I like a bit of glam. I also love DIY and budget friendly rooms that inspire and are very doable for a normal, everyday family. Nothing that costs thousands and is out of reach! Project Details: twin bed: antique find ($100), made in the 1930s and found on Craigslist. Painted and laquered by my husband, yellow paint by Olympic. We also cut about 5 inches of the legs off the bed to make it shorter...it was waaay tall! table/chairs: separate antique finds (totaling about $50) and painted/laquered by my husband and me with white primer. The table is an oak end table! I liked the "mix and match" look of the chairs...they are all different (there is a small stool in the back in addition to the two chairs) and I wanted them all painted the same. hot pink accent wall: we painted it white, I taped off the diamonds (didn't measure...just did it) using 3-inch painters tape (widest we could find) and then we painted it hot pink (Olympic) and took the tape off. black dresser: was her changing table...took the top part off, added black and white wrapping paper by spray-adhesiving it on and then covered that with Mod Podge. Replaced hardware with crystal "glam" knobs ($2.50 each) from Hobby Lobby. black/white damask pillow: already had black/white dots pillow: Target teal/white rosette pillow: Hobby Lobby sale hot pink bird/branches pillow: joom etsy shop hot pink w/small white dots bedding: Target ($15) Ruffle duvet cover: one of the things I actually bought from a store for full price...Urban Outfitters ($140) I ususally choose 2 or 3 things to purchase in-store and "splurge" on...and by splurge I mean a couple hundred bucks total. White and mirrored Side table: my second full-price splurge...from Target ($79) chevron stripe window fabric: moderncloth etsy shop, sewn by my mother :) white furry rug: already had, from Target (was a part of her nursery as well) Chandelier: already had, from walmart.com (was a part of her nursery as well) ...was very cheap though! side-table lamp: already had, used an old lamp shade and recovered it with about $3 worth of pink damask fabric from Hobby Lobby floor lamp by dresser: already had as part of her nursery, from Target Yellow elephant bank: already had from nursery, from Target "faux" chandelier over table/chairs: three separate bird cages found at yard sale and Hobby Lobby...I sprayed each of them with black spray paint, hung them at different heights with black skinny ribbon, and tied hot-pink polka dot ribbon to the tops. Really cheap and I wanted a chandelier look without wiring in a light. Total was about ($35) 3 stacked floor-to-ceiling mirrors: Bought one from Target for ($19.99) (its the one on the bottom) and already had the other two from my grandma. Taped them off and sprayed them bright yellow (Krylon yellow spray paint form Hobby Lobby) I wanted a really really bold look in that corner, from floor to ceiling, without it being too overwhelming with the pink wall and wanted to keep it fairly simple to balance out the huge gallery wall on the other side. Didn't want tthe pink wall to have anything else on it so it wouldn't be too busy! pink shag rug under table/chairs: Hobby Lobby sale ($10?) Ok, NOW for that HUGE gallery wall! "You are my sunshine," "Chin Up Buttercup," "Good Morning Beautiful!" and "I am fearfully and wonderfully made" GRAPHIC prints were made by ME and can be found in my etsy shop: West Eighty Third. Also the paper silhouette in the round frame was made by me and can be found in the shop as well. The "L" flowered letter can be found there too, also made by me. http://www.etsy.com/shop/westeightyhird frames are a mix of: Organic Bloom, Modern Knot, and hand-painted Salvation Army/yard sale finds. Yellow circle frame was a mirror I busted out and painted...black octagon frame was a $.99 black from Salvation Army and I just painted it and put scrapbook paper on the face of it...and inside it is a sheep from London's baby mobile that hung over her bed...we wanted to have as much of her "nursery" in the room as possible :) I painted A LOT of things yellow in this room! Whew! "love" mirrored letters were $7.50 and from Hobby Lobby. Almost all the things on this wall were made by me...it was a labor of love! It took me MONTHS to collect all the things for this wall. If I didn't actually make it graphically or with paper, I painted it or altered almost everything. "So many of my smiles begin with you" canvas was painted and then the letters were just cut out with a cricut and adhered to the canvas. I also made the little twine heart. I am a photographer and also took all the black and white photos displayed. I wanted to have lots of fun photos of London and the people she is closest with as part of the wall! The total for EVERYTHING in this room (that we spent when we made the room)...furniture, even the new mattress/box springs, etc was about $1100.
VILLA WENGE
VILLA WENGE
KYZLINK ARCHITECTS
Example of a minimalist gender-neutral medium tone wood floor kids' room design in Other with white walls
Willy aviation inspired kids bedroom by Imagine Living
Willy aviation inspired kids bedroom by Imagine Living
Imagine Living
Willy kids bedroom by AltaModa is devoted to the history of aviation. Beautiful retro design and cool shades of blue and white make this modern kids room calm and inspiring.

Kids' Room Ideas - Style: Modern

PebbleKids_Stick Girl
PebbleKids_Stick Girl
Neslihan Pekcan/Pebbledesign
Kids' room - modern girl light wood floor kids' room idea in Other with white walls
POPLAR RUN - OXFORD
POPLAR RUN - OXFORD
Laura Bendik Interiors
Minimalist kids' room photo in DC Metro
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