Sunday, May 1, 2011

Idealistic Children's Room

Girl's toy storage

For a fun way to store and display toys this pretty dolls' house shelf is perfect. Use all available space by placing painted shelves in an alcove.

 

Child's bedroom

An antique sleigh bed dressed with striped linen and vintage quilts is the centrepiece of this child's bedroom. Books and toys are stored on shelves neatly slotted under the eaves. A striped rug echoes the sheets.


Children's nursery

Keep nursery walls and furniture neutral, for a clean classic look which will also require less redecoration as your child grows up. Here, a white chest of drawers from Wigwam Kidz provides beautiful storage as well as a changing area, while a shelf above has hooks for hanging clothes, maximising space. A large bag from Jane Churchill hangs on the wall, providing more space-saving storage.

 

Eclectic children's bedroom

Displays of handmade needlework birds, alphabet tapestries and canvas signs cheer up walls in a children's bedroom and create a playful environment.

 

 

Nursery times

Create a room suitable for a boy or girl, using yellows and greens with an animal theme. The colourful blind is from John Lewis, which goes perfectly with the citrus coloured walls. The sturdy cot bed, changing table and chest of drawers are all from Chic Shack and the ivory carpet won't date as your child grows.

 

 

Bold children's room

A versatile wooden bed with a desk below is key to utilising limited floor space in this boy's bedroom. Smart curtains in a graphic, retro-style print add interest, while the walls are painted a welcoming mid-blue.

 

Cool and funky teenager's bedroom

In a teenager's bedroom, choose blocks of strong colours to give the space a funky appeal that they will like to spend time in. Create a practical and versatile layout that will can double as a bedroom, study area and chill out space.



French-style child's bedroom

An old painting draws the eye to a centrepiece French antique bed with a caned headboard, dressed with white linen and a quilt. Cushions covered with an antique print add colour and pattern, while lavender hearts and a doll complette the symmetrical display.

Child's tranquil bedroom

This bedroom mixes shades of pink with creams and taupes for a subtly feminine look that is appropriate for a young or older girl. The single bed has handy storage in the form of drawers underneath the mattress, and is painted off-white to blend in with the scheme. A bedside table mounted on the wall offers plenty of room for lamps, books and other bits and pieces, while keeping the floor space clear.

 

Classic children's furniture

Panelling painted in a bold dark shade highlights the floral pattern on a Myriad Antiques slipper chair. A cream chest provides storage and display space for toys, while a textured cream rug from Alton Brooke ties the classic scheme together.

 

Green children's bedroom

Decorate children's bedrooms in fresh and fun colours and a pretty paisley bed linen and curtain set from Ikea to achieve a traditional look with a modern twist. Try Laura Ashley for brass beds and The Lavender Tree for a similar Greengate mat.

 

Seaside children's bedroom

Bunk beds are used to save space in this small children's room. Red bed linen to match the red rug add bright accents against the white walls and look great next to the blue blind. Bunting is a great way to fill a corner and creates a sense of fun in this nautical room.

Bubblegum children's bedroom

The bubblegum pink walls of this children's bedroom are decorated with animal stickers that can easily be peeled off when the little angel has outgrown them. A white crib can be reused for siblings and the rocking chair is a treat for baby and the lucky reader of the bedtime story.


 

Children's work area

Set aside an area in the kitchen for the kids to do their homework. Simple shelves provide storage and a desk with a movable trolley holds books and paperwork.


 

Colourful children's bedroom

Colourful walls make this bedroom instantly fun and appealing to children. A patterned rug and curtains add interest to the room and offset the brightness of the wall colour.

 

Disney children’s room

This pretty girl’s bedroom has been made light and bright with a pale pink colour scheme and splashes of yellow orange and red. A Disney wall sticker can be updated as she gets older, and a ladder leads up to a storage area above the bed. A striped rug adds warmth to the floor, while pink floral bedlinen continues the girly feel.

 


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