Nick and Lucas are quite opinionated when it comes to design. A professional designer with a confident style, Jane still endures some tough critiques on the home front. Of late, she has been including them in more and more of the decision-making process. Everyone is happy and the results are strikingly great! How would you describe the look and feel of this room/these rooms? I was hoping to design a boys' room they would not outgrow when they became teenagers — so far so good (they're 8 and 12). The playroom/extra bedroom is pretty neutral except for the beach wallpaper! What is your favorite piece or element? I love the World Map wallpaper on the boys' wall. I got it from a website and it's so fun to look at places around the world. We had to eliminate a country to make it all fit, so we lost New Zealand! ☹ What was the biggest challenge decorating this room? The room that the boys share has lots of BLUE — I thought that would be overwhelming so I was pleasantly surprised that all the blues came together in a soothing way!
- • World Map wallpaper: McMaps
• Desk: PB Teen
• Built in Closets: California Closets
• Sheets: West Elm
• Bunkbed: Chelsea Kids Quarters
- • Couch/bed: Ligne Roset
• Bookshelf: Conran
• Desk/All the frames/Round floor rugs: Ikea
• Pillows: Hable Construction
Thank you Jane! • For Jane's full house tour, check out Jane's Comfortably Luxurious Family Home on Apartment Therapy. (Images: Jill Slater) • KIDS' ROOM TOUR ARCHIVE: Check out past kids' room and nursery tours here • ROOM SUBMISSIONS:Have a kid's space you'd like to share? In addition to working with some readers to feature full tours, we share the best as "My Room" posts on Ohdeedoh — short, quick tours of great rooms. Submit yours here.