Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Kid's Room Decorating Design Ideas 2011 by HGTV Designer


Twice the cuteness, twice the fun, this cottage-inspired little girls room offers a soft color palate of celadon, daisy yellow and ocean blue. A timeless design is chosen to offer enjoyment for years to come.



This child’s room was designed for today and for the future. Instead of choosing pink or purple to paint the walls, a more calming and sophisticated green color is used. This will wear well with time as the child grows and also is a very cozy color. The white furniture was the perfect contrast to bring crispness to the room. All of it can be purchased from west elm. The shag rug continues to create a very comfortable place to hang out and play or to read a book.



This kid's space is the perfect room for grandchildren to stay while visiting.



This bedroom consists of custom-designed bunk beds and shelving for stylish storage.



This celebrity baby nursery was designed for Lisa and Buddy Valastro. They didn't want to know the baby's gender before birth; the gender neutral nursery is a compromise of the mother's desire to have an elegant, traditional nursery without a theme and the father's desire for a jungle safari nursery theme with animals. The giraffe family wall hanging and a few subtle touches of safari accessories add the jungle theme to the otherwise traditional nursery.



Sweet pink, yellow and green nursery with custom-designed bedding features a variety of textures to stimulate touch for this baby girl. A custom wall hanging and mural were painted to add a personalized touch.



This celebrity baby nursery was designed for Lisa and Buddy Valastro. They didn't want to know the baby's gender before birth; the gender neutral nursery is a compromise of the mother's desire to have an elegant, traditional nursery without a theme and the father's desire for a jungle safari nursery theme with animals. The giraffe family wall hanging and a few subtle touches of safari accessories add the jungle theme to the otherwise traditional nursery.



This room evokes a feeling of elegance, along with a sense of playfulness. The delicate nature of the crystal chandelier counterbalances pops of bright pink ruffles, which brings a whimsical feel to the space.



This little girl's bedroom gets its whimsical feeling from the garden-themed faux-painted walls, birdhouse bed and colorful window seat. Little Miss Muffet stools provide a lift to hang up doll clothes and reach books in the birdhouse. Mice of all sizes gather in nooks and crannies to keep this little girl company as she dreams and plays in this magical room.



Here's a beautiful room for a young girl who wants to feel grown up. The cascading floral fabric and headboard envelops her in style and makes her feel as though she's sleeping in an English country garden. Photo by David Duncan Livingston.



The use of textures such as leather, tweed and heavy canvas helps carry the cowboy theme and provides a durable solution for an active boy.



For the transitional "tween"-age girl of 10 years old, a palette of bright citrus colors and bold graphic patterns are used to ensure the space will grow with her as she becomes a teenager. Photograph by Anthony Nex Photography.

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Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Kid's Room Decorating Design Ideas 2011 by HGTV Designer


Twice the cuteness, twice the fun, this cottage-inspired little girls room offers a soft color palate of celadon, daisy yellow and ocean blue. A timeless design is chosen to offer enjoyment for years to come.



This child’s room was designed for today and for the future. Instead of choosing pink or purple to paint the walls, a more calming and sophisticated green color is used. This will wear well with time as the child grows and also is a very cozy color. The white furniture was the perfect contrast to bring crispness to the room. All of it can be purchased from west elm. The shag rug continues to create a very comfortable place to hang out and play or to read a book.



This kid's space is the perfect room for grandchildren to stay while visiting.



This bedroom consists of custom-designed bunk beds and shelving for stylish storage.



This celebrity baby nursery was designed for Lisa and Buddy Valastro. They didn't want to know the baby's gender before birth; the gender neutral nursery is a compromise of the mother's desire to have an elegant, traditional nursery without a theme and the father's desire for a jungle safari nursery theme with animals. The giraffe family wall hanging and a few subtle touches of safari accessories add the jungle theme to the otherwise traditional nursery.



Sweet pink, yellow and green nursery with custom-designed bedding features a variety of textures to stimulate touch for this baby girl. A custom wall hanging and mural were painted to add a personalized touch.



This celebrity baby nursery was designed for Lisa and Buddy Valastro. They didn't want to know the baby's gender before birth; the gender neutral nursery is a compromise of the mother's desire to have an elegant, traditional nursery without a theme and the father's desire for a jungle safari nursery theme with animals. The giraffe family wall hanging and a few subtle touches of safari accessories add the jungle theme to the otherwise traditional nursery.



This room evokes a feeling of elegance, along with a sense of playfulness. The delicate nature of the crystal chandelier counterbalances pops of bright pink ruffles, which brings a whimsical feel to the space.



This little girl's bedroom gets its whimsical feeling from the garden-themed faux-painted walls, birdhouse bed and colorful window seat. Little Miss Muffet stools provide a lift to hang up doll clothes and reach books in the birdhouse. Mice of all sizes gather in nooks and crannies to keep this little girl company as she dreams and plays in this magical room.



Here's a beautiful room for a young girl who wants to feel grown up. The cascading floral fabric and headboard envelops her in style and makes her feel as though she's sleeping in an English country garden. Photo by David Duncan Livingston.



The use of textures such as leather, tweed and heavy canvas helps carry the cowboy theme and provides a durable solution for an active boy.



For the transitional "tween"-age girl of 10 years old, a palette of bright citrus colors and bold graphic patterns are used to ensure the space will grow with her as she becomes a teenager. Photograph by Anthony Nex Photography.

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Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Kid's Room Decorating Design Ideas 2011 by HGTV Designer


Twice the cuteness, twice the fun, this cottage-inspired little girls room offers a soft color palate of celadon, daisy yellow and ocean blue. A timeless design is chosen to offer enjoyment for years to come.



This child’s room was designed for today and for the future. Instead of choosing pink or purple to paint the walls, a more calming and sophisticated green color is used. This will wear well with time as the child grows and also is a very cozy color. The white furniture was the perfect contrast to bring crispness to the room. All of it can be purchased from west elm. The shag rug continues to create a very comfortable place to hang out and play or to read a book.



This kid's space is the perfect room for grandchildren to stay while visiting.



This bedroom consists of custom-designed bunk beds and shelving for stylish storage.



This celebrity baby nursery was designed for Lisa and Buddy Valastro. They didn't want to know the baby's gender before birth; the gender neutral nursery is a compromise of the mother's desire to have an elegant, traditional nursery without a theme and the father's desire for a jungle safari nursery theme with animals. The giraffe family wall hanging and a few subtle touches of safari accessories add the jungle theme to the otherwise traditional nursery.



Sweet pink, yellow and green nursery with custom-designed bedding features a variety of textures to stimulate touch for this baby girl. A custom wall hanging and mural were painted to add a personalized touch.



This celebrity baby nursery was designed for Lisa and Buddy Valastro. They didn't want to know the baby's gender before birth; the gender neutral nursery is a compromise of the mother's desire to have an elegant, traditional nursery without a theme and the father's desire for a jungle safari nursery theme with animals. The giraffe family wall hanging and a few subtle touches of safari accessories add the jungle theme to the otherwise traditional nursery.



This room evokes a feeling of elegance, along with a sense of playfulness. The delicate nature of the crystal chandelier counterbalances pops of bright pink ruffles, which brings a whimsical feel to the space.



This little girl's bedroom gets its whimsical feeling from the garden-themed faux-painted walls, birdhouse bed and colorful window seat. Little Miss Muffet stools provide a lift to hang up doll clothes and reach books in the birdhouse. Mice of all sizes gather in nooks and crannies to keep this little girl company as she dreams and plays in this magical room.



Here's a beautiful room for a young girl who wants to feel grown up. The cascading floral fabric and headboard envelops her in style and makes her feel as though she's sleeping in an English country garden. Photo by David Duncan Livingston.



The use of textures such as leather, tweed and heavy canvas helps carry the cowboy theme and provides a durable solution for an active boy.



For the transitional "tween"-age girl of 10 years old, a palette of bright citrus colors and bold graphic patterns are used to ensure the space will grow with her as she becomes a teenager. Photograph by Anthony Nex Photography.

1 comment:

Fred G.Musser said...

hello!,I like your writing so so much! proportion we be in contact extra approximately your article on AOL? I require a specialist in this area to solve my problem. Maybe that's you! Taking a look ahead to see you.
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