Scheme-making, code-breaking, dare-deviling, plan-hatching, side-splitting: all perfectly suited for bedroom-sharing. Planning on having your boys bunk up together? Here are ten terrific rooms to inspire you:
Some siblings share bedrooms because of limited space and others because it's just fun. Either way, these sisters are shacking up in style, primed for play, secret-sharing, giggles and memory making. Ten of the year's best shared girls's bedrooms:
It's in their nature: kids love to hide. Some kids hide under the table, some under a blanket fort. And some really lucky ducks have dedicated hideouts at home. Here are ten examples that we wrote about this past year. They range from the very easy and do-able to the more elaborate and fantastical.
Each year we're excited to share readers' beautiful nurseries and creative kids rooms. From tightly themed to happily wabi-sabi, they are full of ideas that you can use anywhere in the home. In a range of styles and budgets, these ten were clicked on the most this past year:
What do all of these children's rooms have in common? Blah and blank white or beige walls. In each case the parents breathed life into the room with color: on the walls and through art, textiles and accessories. Check out the "afters"!
Great style is a language we can all speak. Each year readers from around the globe share their children's rooms with us and we delight in seeing which trends know no boundaries and which are new to us. Here are ten favorites from 2013:
While we champion DIY decorating, that's not to say we don't have love for the pros. From castle beds and watercolor ceilings to kelly green sofas and woodsy wallpaper, here are our favorite professional projects from 2013:
The dubbing of "Radiant Orchid" as Pantone Color of the Year may not inspire people to dart out to the store to buy buckets of the pinkish-purple paint, but children and their parents have long been inspired by this puzzling hue. Take a look through some of our favorite orchid-clad kids' rooms.
This room needed to accommodate two boys. The client wanted the bed size upgraded from twin to at least full size beds. We couldn't fit two full size beds without demolishing the closet, so thats what we did.