River Oaks ResidenceContemporary Kids, Houston

Photos by Julie Soefer

Trendy boy dark wood floor kids' room photo in Houston with multicolored walls —  Houzz
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Ennis TBP wrote:Sep 2, 2012
  • horseradish
    Yes please share the name of the blue/green paint color!
  • Corbin Dodge
    Laura said it was Sherwin Williams / Oceanside
Carol Bumstead wrote:Jul 21, 2013
topboss15 wrote:Jan 22, 2013
  • robert27
    How did it get painted, upside down or reset after it was painted?
  • Sharon Macdonald Wisinger

    Interesting and innovative!

jenniferruth wrote:Sep 16, 2012
  • jenniferruth
    Thank you--I really appreciate your helpful answer!
  • Corbin Dodge

    LOVE that color. In the photo it looks similar to a color I've used many times--Martha Stewarts Plummage, color matched in Gliddon paint

rhendry wrote:Sep 29, 2012
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    Laura U, Inc.
    This is a custom upholstered headboard in fabric by Glant: Spinnaker/White.
  • haindel
    I would love to find out where you got this duvet.
pegnden wrote:Sep 19, 2012
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    Laura U, Inc.
    The artwork is an original collaborative piece by Natalie Davis and Saba Jawda. They do have other pieces. Please shoot us an email at info@laurau.com and we can source other options for you!
    The carpet is custom from Hokanson. We can order this for you as well!
  • sandietimm
    LOVE this room. I have a tween and am trying to figure out how to create a room he and I will both love. This is it! Where is the duvet cover from? Great job!
denise1234 wrote:Aug 31, 2012
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    Laura U, Inc.
    Sure! This is by NO. 9 Thompson. The pattern is called Fretwork.
  • djbrealestate1
    were do you get the floating night tables???
arielmichal_matz wrote:Dec 17, 2015
julie sinkler wrote:Nov 27, 2015
nahlel wrote:Mar 6, 2013
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    Laura U, Inc.
    It is opposite the window and to the left. There is a lovely entry vestibule to this bedroom.
carol61 wrote:Sep 19, 2012
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    Laura U, Inc.
    These are called the BOOM WALL SCONCE. You can likely find them through LampsPlus.com.
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              marilynwhite wrote:Feb 27, 2013

                What Houzz contributors are saying:

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

                Pow! What a visual wallop, from the splatter-painted ceiling to the zigzag curtain fabric and edgy art. Swap out the accents and it could go from teen cool to adult glam in a flash. The deep, saturated teal walls could work for a boy or a girl, depending on the other elements in the room. Swaths of white break up the dark colors and prevent them from feeling too oppressive for a teen.

                Becky Harris added this to Trend Alert: Paint Gone WildSep 13, 2012

                1. Splatter. A custom splatter-painted ceiling enlivens a teenage boy's room.

                Jennifer Ott Design added this to Blues Blaze Into Fashion for Fall 2012Sep 7, 2012

                Peacock blue is striking in this bedroom against the supporting white, black, brown and gray hues.

                Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Playful Luxury Infuses a 1929 Houston HouseAug 27, 2012

                In a teen boy's room, the custom splatter-painted ceiling steals center stage. A deep blue accent wall grounds the bed.Art: Collaboration between Natalie Davis and Saba Jawda

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