HGTV Dream Home 2003: Kids' Bedroom Pictures

With cobalt blue walls and vaulted ceilings, this whimsical kids' bedroom is functional for sleeping, studying and, of course, playing.

  • Separate Space

    Although HGTV Dream Home 2003 was constructed with the outdoors and social activities both firmly in mind, it was also designed as a home that could be sectioned off to gain privacy. \"The kids' room is placed purposely over the garage so the kids can go have a great time and noise isn't a factor,\" architect Randy Johnson says.

  • Kid-Friendly Functionality

    The kids' room is the only second story room in the main house, and by gaining this elevation, a sense of discovery is added. Having their own space is incredibly important to children — and adults, too. Even better, if serious study needs to be done, an adult can retreat to the scenic solitude of the office and allow the kids to enjoy a romp through the great room, kitchen and spa.

  • Perfect Amenities

    Designer Linda Woodrum loves not only the privacy factor, but the whimsical design, as well. Windows on all four sides serve to enhance a \"treehouse\" feel, while alcove beds, a full bathroom, tons of closet space and separate sitting and studying areas make this room the complete retreat for kids.

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