7 Bright White Kids' Rooms
Photo By: Anyon Interior Design
Broad gray-and-white horizontal stripes create a fun design element in this nursery, which features accents of complementary hues blue and orange. Large furnishings in the room are kept crisp white to keep the mood of the space calm and fresh, while a soft jute rug offers a neutral grounding to the space. Design by Lindsay Brier of of Anyon Interior Design
Starting with a typical builder-beige room, blogger Megan Wade of Wades of 108 wanted to add architectural interest to the space, so she and her husband installed crown molding and board-and-batten. Bright white furniture adds to the clean look of the space, while the addition of light gray and pink brings in a layer of girly elegance.
To enhance the cottage-inspired architecture of the space, designer Holly Mathis of Holly Mathis Interiors brings in an iron rod bed, galvanized light pendant and plaid and striped fabrics in the hanging pennants. The bedrooms doubles as a playroom, so she also incorporates a reading nook, table and chairs and even a fun teepee.
Clean and Modern
Soft blues and tans mix perfectly with the white furniture and draperies to create a contemporary boy's nursery. Little details, like the navy blue piping on the chair, help to add definition to the space. Design by Susie Fougerousse of Rosenberry Rooms
Mix of Styles
Blogger Caroline Wise of Wise Mama Blog designs a light and airy nursery that mixes contemporary and antique pieces. The new streamlined crib juxtaposes against the wicker rocker, an antique her mother used to rock her children. Above the crib, a unique monogram features animals and other items that begin with "H."
Touch of Lavender
Soft lavender curtains matching the bedding are used behind the headboard to create an eye-catching backdrop. A curvy table in bright yellow adds a burst of color to the space, while also reflecting the softer yellows in the pillows and bedding. Design by Susie Fougerousse of Rosenberry Rooms
The shared girls' room features twin beds with flowing canopies. To keep the space from looking too matchy, designer Susie Fougerousse of Rosenberry Rooms selects coordinating bedding that doesn't match exactly.