These Kickass Children's Rooms Will Make You Want to Be a Kid Again
Filled with imaginative storage solutions, improvisational uses of color, and undeniably cool details, many of our favorite outside-the-box spaces belong to kids. We've rounded up our favorite young guns in the décor department to convince you that keeping it young is the way to go. These adventurous, soulful rooms boast some serious style. From putting a cheeky spin on important vintage to letting a trapeze bar take center stage, we're totally smitten with their joyous energy and boundless creativity. Meet to the rooms that makes us never want to grow up.
The color-blocking and ingenious flying-trapeze vibe of this edited and organized boys' room is part jungle gym, part iconic cool. If you have the good fortune of lofted ceilings and plenty of square footage, this is the dream.
Kelly Wearstler's son's Beverly Hills bedroom is the epitome of bright sophistication. Warm burl wood, a pair of Michel Ducaroy Togo chairs, and a spirited pop of graffiti-influenced art make this adult-worthy abode equal parts soulful and young.
The bold, high-contrast chic of this artful and original Paris bedroom by Sarah Lavoine plays upon the designer's signature affinity for unique silhouettes and adventurous color. Add a punch of joie de vivre to an all-white space with a vibrant baseboard paint job.
Designed by Jeff Andrews, Kortney Kardashian's Calabasas play room makes use of top-to-bottom unexpected details, from surfboards on the ceiling to a prominent chalkboard wall. Go big with freewheeling colors and statement rugs.
Constance Gennari's impeccably curated Paris family abode boasts a a a clever built-in bunk-bed palace that allows for maximum square footage, come play time. Bunk beds with custom storage solutions offer discreet organization, even in a more compact space.
The Utah home that stylist Meta Coleman shares with her artist husband, Nick, and two children takes crisp, rustic modern to a new level. Let the outdoors in with a larger-than-life wall covering or mural.
Nobody creates a monochrome wonderland like Kelly Wearstler. This blue-on-blue color story is sublime and inspired, hitting every shade.
Our best guess is that a trapeze bar is the bedroom accessory of most kids' dreams. Keep it loose with entirely uncommon innovations. Swings, slides, and suspended furniture are more than welcome.
Books, toys, heirloom, and a few favorite statement outfits double as décor in this chic children's closet. Create a sense of rich history and soulful cool by peppering vintage collectibles with contemporary favorites.
The family home of interior designer Jenny Brandt features the most irresistibly adorable nap nook we've ever seen. Take a page from her masterful execution, and flip a tight space into a permanent fort via this simple construction.