Here is a list of fun and unique ideas to add to your child's bedroom or playroom. Whether you are redesigning their entire room or just looking to do a few small changes, this is the list for you!
Check out this custom design clubhouse bed! If you have a kid that loves the outdoors this may be the room for them!
Here is a list of unique kids rooms that you can DIY! There is everything from reclaimed wood, zebra print, fun floors, decorating with lockers, etc.
There's something unique about a room that's void of colour. Very rarely would a black and white room have much interest, unless offset by an accent colour or natural woods. Patterns, textures, geometric shapes, and graphics take over these rooms, adding punches of vibrancy and intrigue.
The 1st stages of "clutter central's" transformation... It's pretty sad when you blog about home design and own a small business that focuses on helping people live in prettier spaces, yet your own home is lacking in these same areas. Truth be told, this is the reality of my life.
Is your child's room in sad shape? Long overdo for a smart makeover? It's time to say bye bye to drab walls and misplaced shoes and hello to a space that invites play and creativity. We're bringing you inspiration to help you reinvent your child's room!
When I was a kid we would throw a blanket over a table and claim the space as a clubhouse or fort. And whenever some family on the block bought a new refrigerator ...oh, I can hardly breath thinking about it...
Once your child gets a bit older and starts getting interested in coloring and creating art it's nice to have a dedicated area where he or she can keep their supplies and creations. You can also double the fun by putting it near your own workstation, so that you can also partake in a bit of creativity with your child.
There is no better place to grow a child's imagination than tucked away inside a secret hideout. While blanket forts are still a trusty go-to, why not up the ante with a DIY no-sew teepee that can stay out year-round?
This post is part of a series on DIY playroom design. This first post outlines our playroom, rock wall, hanging rings and swing, sensory boards and also how we store and arrange our children's toys. Be sure to click the links at the bottom of this post to see the remaining rooms in the playroom design series!
Here is one of the most complete and beautiful pallet DIY project we've seen ! An entire kids house dedicated to play and/or read ! The aim of the project was to develop an area for toddlers to play and read .... It was an order for a french concept store dedicated to kids.
Many of us who have a small home also have fewer bedrooms. This can often mean kids sharing bedroom space out of necessity. Other families choose for their kids to share a room based on family values. Whatever the reason, sharing bedrooms between kids can present some challenging decorating obstacles.
Unique but simple design ideas for your son or daughters room. A collection of photos that may help you decide colour schemes, accessories or maybe you enjoy the whole room!