Matt O’Dorisio, the talented designer of this boy’s bedroom chose curtain-shaded for the bunk beds in Calke Green of Farrow & Ball. This idea was influenced by train cars of Pullman. This stunning bedroom is a part of a cozy mountain home in Lake Tahoe. Most of the surface of the wall, bunk beds and also the ceiling are painted in subtle green, while the floor is in brown woodsy hue. The bunk beds create a cozy niche for the kids with the appealing plaid motif of the bed linen and also the upholstery of the pillows. Beneath the bunk beds, there are some drawers that can be used by the homeowners to store more stuff and items. Moreover, this kind of storage avoids a cluttered look especially in a kid’s room that have a lot of toys and collections.
Colleen Bashaw, the creative designer of this bedroom mixed textures and pattern to create a cozy atmosphere in this girl’s bedroom. This private room is a part of an enticing beach house which is located in Tudor. The bed frame is completed with a minimalist headboard in subtle beige. The side table is coated in idyllic custom linen in pink zebra with some buttons in front. Splash of orange also adorns the décor of this feminine bedroom such as the stripe bed skirt with a soft mix between pink and orange. The patterned rug also depicts the charm colors of pink and orange. The surface of the wallpaper is adorned with some decorative wall mounted mirrors.
Even a stunning Manhattan flat can afford to bring wild look in a kid’s bedroom décor. An Italian chandelier of Sputnik-style with rainbow-hued is hung precisely in the hub of the ceiling in this cozy boys’ bedroom. The surfaces of the walls are coated in Phillip Jeffries of trellis-print grass cloth. To bring bold item over the surface of the intricate wallpaper, the homeowner mounts a decorative ornament over the bed. In my opinion, the bed frame in this room also can be used as a sofa or daybed that will make your kids feel comfortable when they watch television. A stylish armless chair in red brings splashes of vibrant color to this minimalist bedroom.
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