√  7 Creative & Chic Kid's Room Decorating Ideas

A TOYS STORY
In the Paris apartment she shares with her partner and their children, French fashion designer Alix Thomsen arranged a collection of vintage and contemporary toys and superhero figures on the shelves above her son’s bed. A boldly striped fabric attached to the wall serves as the headboard.
FUN
In a bedroom at fashion stylist Meredith Melling’s family retreat on Martha’s Vineyard, which was designed by Ariel Ashe and architect Reinaldo Leandro, the bunk beds and walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Fairy Tale Blue, the throws are from Pottery Barn Kids and the rug is Moroccan.

ZOO TRIP
At her Lake Forest, Illinois, home, designer Megan Winters swathed the walls of a bedroom for her niece in a zebra-print wallpaper by Brunschwig & Fils. The bed and ceiling light are vintage, the linens are by Frette and the ottoman is by Oly.
PETITE GLAM
In a Manhattan apartment designed by Steven Gambrel, a boys’ room features monogrammed headboards by Leontine Linens. The wallpaper is by Phillip Jeffries, the carpet is by Stark, and the trim is painted in Pratt&Lambert’s Garnet.

MOROCCAN COOL
Samuel and Caitlin Dowe-Sandes paved their daughter’s room at their house in Marrakech in starburst floor tiles by their firm, Popham Design. The iron bed is a flea-market find. The light fixture is by Claire Norcross for Luminosity.
JR. BACHELOR PAD
Inspired by the original decor in the 1970s Paris building where he lives with his family, French architect and designer Thierry Lemaire sheathed the walls and ceiling of his teenage son’s bedroom in black-and-white wallpaper that evokes Pop and Op Art. A black lacquered headboard, a punching bag suspended from the ceiling, vertical shades, and overhead track lighting complete the bachelor-pad vibe.
PRETTY PASTELS
In a New York family’s townhouse near Gramercy Park, decorator Sheila Bridges painted a girl’s room in Farrow & Ball’s Breakfast Room Green. The bed and bookcase are by Pottery Barn Kids, and the rug is by Roubini Rugs.




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