7 Modern Kids Bedroom Ideas That You’ll Absolutely Love ⇒ What did your room look like when you were a kid? We’re guessing not exactly like these colourful, creative, and undeniably cool spaces. The bedrooms of these uber stylish children are lessons injudicious editing, inspired ideas, and damn good taste.
In the boys’ bedroom of a Canadian lakehouse, a grasscloth wallcovering is by Kravet, bedding is by St. Geneve Linens and Ralph Lauren, and the bedframes and nightstand are by CB2.
“I bought the poster twin beds [the second one not showed] long before I had a son. I knew they’d be perfect for a little boy’s room one day,” says Mandy Reeves of her Tennessee home via Country Living. She painted them a handsome shade of grey-green (Rosemary by Sherwin-Williams) that will easily transition from tot to teen. For now, they’re right at home alongside a fabric reindeer bust and dog prints (enlarged from Rifle Paper Co.)
Described as “a fun spot to chill, play, and dream,”this black and white bedroom in a Tribeca loft is a chic take on a traditional sports theme, with furniture by Oeuf, a custom Madeline Weinrib rug, lighting by Atelier De Troupe and Iacoli & Mcallister, and wallpaper by Ferm Living.
The girl’s room in that same loft has a magical and dreamy aesthetic achieved with a light and airy palette of whites and blush. A hand made swan by Tamar Mogendorf accents the wall.
For the girl’s bedroom, a playful style in the children’s room is centred around vintage artwork, such as the cast aluminium antlers purchased at auction. The side chair is vintage Milo Baughman, reupholstered in Rogers & Goffigon fabric, and the chest is from CB2. The accent table is from West Elm. A floor pillow, also from West Elm, enhances the youthful atmosphere.
The daughter’s bedroom in this Hampton’s townhouse features a vintage daybed upholstered in a Zimmer & Rohde embroidery, a Swedish cabinet, and a 1940s rocker found at a local antique shop and re-upholstered in romantic floral. The shade fabric is by Pindler.
Inspired by the original decor in the 1970s Paris building where he lives with his family, French architect and designer Thierry Lemaire sheathed the walls and ceiling of his teenage son’s bedroom in black-and-white wallpaper that evokes Pop and Op Art. A black lacquered headboard, a punching bag suspended from the ceiling, vertical shades, and overhead track lighting complete the bachelor-pad vibe.
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