285 Kids Room Design Photos And Ideas - Page 3

Guest rooms provide space for visiting grandchildren. Tiffany’s daughter, Anouk, uses a bedroom wall to hold a work in progress.
The Grange
A small Eames Wire-base table provides the perfect dining space for son, Paul.
which is painted in Borrowed Light by Farrow and Ball. His bed is a George Nelson design for Herman Miller.
Lawrence, seven, shows off his toy collection on a vintage Cado wall unit in his bedroom,
With Smart Mode, the Airmega will turn itself on as needed, and it’s Eco-Friendly Mode automatically shuts it off after 10 minutes of use. Airmega 400 and 400S units will also automatically switch into to Sleep Mode after sensing that the lights have been dimmed. Airmega 300 and 300S models can be manually switched to Sleep Mode.
Industrial stools covered in sheepskin sit at the art nook off the dining area. Sydney’s artworks line the Kirei wall panels.
Henry and Emily share a bedroom and a bunkbed made by Ducduc, an American furniture company. Thanks to panel doors that slide into the walls, the bedrooms balance privacy with openness to the rest of the house. With a guestroom and trundle beds in the kids’ rooms, the 1,357-square-foot house can easily sleep four adults and five children—more if people crash on the couches.
Chloe’s bedroom features  a Blake Tovin bed and nightstand from The Land of Nod.  The roller blinds throughout are  from Steve’s Blinds and Wallpaper.
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Santa Monica, California
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Brian Littleton isn’t a dad, but he may be the world’s coolest uncle. His brother’s kids come over to play in the indoor tree house, take his model trains for a spin, or just curl up on the Fatboy beanbag chairs.
The space under the staircase houses a Lego version of the John Hancock Center by New York artist Sean Kenney.
Sweet Peas Preschool in San Francisco, California
Above an enclosed volume containing a powder room and guest room, a quartet of skylights brightens the living and dining area. A Sonneman Stiletto pendant offers extra light.
Sticker Shock

Though colorful dashes here and there certainly enliven the sober interior, little adds a dose of whimsy like the wall decals found in the kids‘ rooms. The owl over Jonne‘s shoulder is available from Raumgerecht and the branch leaves are from the Dutch company Inke. 

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The children enjoy larger bedrooms in the Active House than at their old place. Anna loves the ladder up to her sleeping deck. The furniture is by the Danish firm We:Do:Wood. The interior Douglas fir is from Dinesen.
the kids room
“It's great to be able to check in anytime or be notified if something is going on. I find the little reminders about the family's activity in the house to be a fun distraction throughout my day that makes me feel closer to my family than before we used Nest Cam IQ,” says David.*
Chris Grimley and Kelly Smith transformed a cramped apartment into a family-friendly home. The room shared by Mae, three, and her little brother Roen, one, features a custom prototype mural by FilzFelt, their mother’s textile design company. The carpet is by Flor, and the child-size chair and Amoeba table are both by Jens Risom for Knoll.
“All interior walls were removed to create four individual rooms on the sixth floor,” Hammer says. The two children and the new baby share a bathroom. And in their bedrooms, storage continues to be key.
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TJ and Jay’s daughter, Chloe,  colors at an Ameriwood Home table  from AllModern.
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Santa Monica, California
Dwell Magazine : July / August 2017
The second floor houses the children’s bedrooms and a sunny playroom. The wood floors throughout are prefinished distressed white oak.
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Denver, Colorado
Dwell Magazine : September / October 2017
The master bedroom is a real continuation of the main living space; Varpu rides her tricycle through, and the whole family gathers on the bed to watch movies and cartoons on the television across the room.
Plumstead describes the Clip Tree valet as sheet music where the bars are posts and the notes are the adjustable clips."I became focused on entry hall," he says of the concept. "I was trying to come up with a system with fairly simple parts for shipping and manufacturing, and for it to be configurable so people would have authorship over the object."
Children streaming in for a workshop are greeted by an Eichler-inspired playhouse (dubbed the “Tikeler”) designed and built by The Butterfly Joint’s founder, Danny Montoya.
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Jennifer and Mattias Segerholt selected a deeply saturated blue hue color for the playroom wall inside their Portland, Oregon, home. All the interior walls are painted with matched hues from Le Corbusier’s Polychromie Architecturale, a book that the pair pored over for months. Photo by John Clark.
In the kids’ room, Seamus climbs the bunk beds he shares with his siblings.
The kids make all the fun they need in their bedroom. Their bunk beds and shelving were bought at Ikea.
Nursery
Apolo's bedroom is unmistakably that of a young boy, as the old-school computer font and clear debt to NASA suggest.
Evidence of the children’s burgeoning furniture collection is found in their room, which features an Eames Hang-It-All (not shown) and a bed/crib by Stokke.
Even in Ella’s room, Ikea chairs and bed mingle with a restored Bertoia child’s chair.
Having a home office in an apartment of this size might seem impossible, but flexible furniture transforms one room into two.
Houldin, 10, curls up in the playroom nook which is directly under a side skylight that Pulltab added in order to make the interior rooms inhabitable, as per New York City building code. The custom millwork around the window seat is painted in Rainy Day by Fine Paints of Europe.
The children’s bedroom features NET bunk beds and storage baskets from Mono, the design shop of Sticotti’s wife, Mercedes Hernáez.
Leroy with his menagerie and the highway-spanning bridge beyond.
Opposite the master bedroom on the top floor lies the sunny kids’ bedroom. A double-sided wardrobe provides storage, and functionally divides two separate sleeping areas. Further storage is placed along the window wall that faces the backyard.
On the second floor, the sliding door to one of the kids’ bedrooms lies flush with a cork-wrapped wall. In the bedroom, a colorful custom Maharam window shade rests above a window seat with a Kvadrat cushion.
Soren and Annika share a lofted bedroom and a pair of bunks. In Barker and Inzunza's house, this space is used as an office and music room.
"We furnished the house, and I thought, ‘oh, no! our fridge isn’t magnetic.’ Then I realized the whole house is magnetic.”
In the cutout of the 40-foot-long container along the northern side of the house is the office and play area. It's a mix of new and old: The bookcase and desk are from Ikea's Expedit living room storage collection while the small table and chairs were made by Freeman's grandfather. "He was a furniture maker and would make one piece for each of the 13 grandkids each year," Feldmann says.

Kids are all about imagination, fun, and play—modern kids' rooms should reflect their unique and vibrant personalities. From toddler to teen, every kid wants a space to call their own. Don't be afraid to let their imaginations run wild when redoing their bedrooms, playrooms, or even the family den. Find inspiration in these creative choices for furniture from bunk beds to bookcases, and storage to shelves.