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For a child, a bedroom is more than just a place to sleep. It is a place to do schoolwork, listen to music, play games, sprawl on the floor, rough-house, read, build models, daydream, visit with friends and keep innumerable possessions. You’ll need to plan carefully to create a room that serves all those functions, is comfortable and inviting — and has enough staying power to require only minimal redecorating every few years. The ultimate experts on what kids like best are kids themselves. Make kids feel involved in the design process by letting them help with selections for the room. Include the children’s interests and ask for their opinions as you create a decorating scheme. More
Everything a boy could want in one hideaway bedroom: a treehouse loft bed with tent canopy, a small scale sleeper sofa for reading, playing guitar and sleepover guests, and a forest view, right inside his window.
An eclectic mix of colors and patterns were used to create the art above our baby's bed. Most of the letters were covered in scrapbook paper or painted with acrylic paints. The quilt was made by my daughter, mother, grandmother, and mother-in-law.
My painted tree in this photograph is available as a decal at my website www.anitaroll.com and at www.etsy.com/shop/AnitaRoll. Flowers are also available for the tree as well. Ships worldwide.
The Solar System inspired toddler's room is filled with hand-painted and ceiling suspended planets, moons, asteroids, comets, and other exciting objects.
by Hobus Homes
Interior Design by Cindy Rinfret, principal designer of Rinfret, Ltd. Interior Design & Decoration www.rinfretltd.com
Family bonus room with slanted ceilings. Custom built ins and daybed create a great place to hang out with the kids and a comfortable space for an overnight guest.