A blue-and-white palette hints at a maritime theme without going overboard. Built-in bunk beds and cupboards offer a wealth of storage.
Wall-mounted lights can take the place of bedside lamps in tight spaces.
Photos: Victoria Pearson
Kids' Room with Pink Accents
A cozy white armchair and iron bed frame are bedroom staples that stay in style as your child grows. Mix and match neutral bedding in subtle patterns, then layer in a touch of pink for a comfortable, girly space.
Fill a blank wall with a grid of related prints in identical frames.
Photos: Laura Resen
Colorful Kids' Room
Primary colors and American accents—from stars and stripes to a classic quilt motif—team up for a lively look.
Incorporating playful items with a rustic, vintage feel keeps any children's room fun, without losing the rest of the home's theme.
Photos: Lisa Romerein
Modern Kids' Room
Modern meets country in this refined, rustic bedroom. White walls, a tan rug, and a wooden bed frame are the neutral bones that let colorful bedding and bright artwork pop.
Bedding in sophisticated patterns and hues, like cranberry and tangerine, will stay popular beyond the tween years.
Photos: Max Kim-Bee
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