Take a hint from our most unique, eye-catching children’s rooms through the years when planning your next kid-friendly space
1. Create a hideaway
This nursery designed by Chandler Bailey in 2018 features an indoor tent that is perfect for young children and toddlers to enjoy even after the crib is packed away.
2. Play with pattern
Don’t be afraid to mimic your kid’s playful mindset by having fun with pattern. This young boy’s room designed by Lauren Strother in 2017 is the perfect example, combining buffalo plaid, animal skin and map wallpaper.
3. Think onward & upward
When planning your next space for kids, remember to look up. This grown-up playroom designed by Peri-Gay Walker in 2016 for high school and college-aged girls makes the most of available space by including a high-style loft.
4. Go in pairs
What’s better than one bed? Two beds! One for her, and one for a friend at a sleepover. In 2015, Harper Howey completed this young girl’s room and wasn’t afraid to have fun with color, pattern, and get a little matchy-matchy.
5. Keep it flexible
Shayla Copas knew the importance of an adaptable space for her 15-year old client. With the years going by quickly, she created this glammed up room in 2014 that leaves room for growth.