25 Cool Kids’ Room Ideas

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Chaunte Vaughn

What did your room look like when you were a kid? We’re guessing not exactly like these colorful, creative, and undeniably cool spaces. The bedrooms of these uber stylish children are lessons in judicious editing, inspired ideas, and damn good taste. Looking for something more specific? Check-out our great ideas for decorating boys rooms, girls rooms, and baby nurseries.

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Mod Art

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.

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Dog Town

“I bought the poster twin beds [second one not shown] 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

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Interior Designer Baby Room is a cute interior design game for kids, teens and Big Kids, where you get to play the role of an interior designer, creating a lovely and peaceful room for the new baby in the family. Your goal is to create an enchanting room with delightful colors where the baby will feel comfortable & happy surrounded by his/her toys, sleeping soundly every night.

You can choose from a wide range of items to decorate the room. Think of what furniture the baby would need and that you would like in the room; decide which wall/carpet color, decorations, lighting, toys, paintings etc. would make this the most adorable baby room ever! Remember, these are the most important development years for the tiny tot! Make sure it’s cute and cuddly, friendly and fun and as colorful as possible!

How To Play: Use your computer mouse to choose furniture

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Mushroom House Decoration is a fun new picture design activity game for young kids where you get to help a family of cute little gnomes build their own beautiful mushroom home. These colorful little characters in their enchanting forest are guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Have a go! See if you can master the mechanics of mushroom-house-making! Enter a fantasy forest of gnomes, animated with lovely ladybirds, bright pink butterflies, rainbows, snails and crickets – the home of the little people with the big pointy hats! They need your help to build a happy place to live – a magical mushroom house where they can bring up their young daughter.

You need to use your dazzling design skills and superb sense of style to create a loving and homely little house for the gnome! Decide on a captivating combination of doors, windows, chimneys, garden creatures etc. to

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Decorating Ideas for Fun Playrooms and Kids’ Bedrooms

Toile Meets Hoops

Who says you can’t mix 18th-century French design with basketball? In a kids’ space, patterns don’t need to be cutesy cartoon characters, as long as they’re brightly colored and happy.

Pick a Durable Style

Rustic decor is perfect for a playroom. Who cares if the kids crash into the lumber wall with their scooter and scuff it up? They’re only adding to the patina!

Color Upon Color

Most of all a playroom needs to be a happy place. Pile on vibrant colors and create a place to snuggle and lounge. Carpet tiles are also a brilliant choice for playrooms; if one gets stained, swap it with one in a less conspicuous part of the room.

A Mix of Sophistication and Fun

This handsomely paneled library is all decked out for fun. If the party runs late — and if the parents say it’s OK — the teepee

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Redesigning a Family Room to Work for Older Kids

Something happened when I blinked yesterday: my kids got older. And simultaneously, our family room went from a comfy, cheerful, practical space to being a room we stopped wanting to spend time in. At all. Which irks me to no end, because we have a big family, and square footage in this house is precious, and the smart parenting move is to make sure every space is usable and comfortable and meeting the needs of our family.

I’ve been aware the room needed to be re-designed for over a year now, and I kept ignoring it because we had other house projects happening. But knowing we had some big photo shoots coming up, I finally decided to tackle it. And I have to tell you, it has been the most fun design project I’ve done in ages. I ended up working with Room & Board on the redesign and I

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