Colorful Kids’ Rooms

September 6, 2012

I love this. A super simple white background makes it possible to go totally rainbow without feeling like a crazy person. Fjeldborg via

The simplicity of this is wonderful. If nothing else you certainly don’t have to worry about your kid falling out of bed and hurting themselves. Photographed by Ester Sorri for Hus & Hem via From Scandinavia with love.

Via Meredith Heron Design.

Coral pink/orange is one of my favorite colors, so I welcome the broad use of it here. That crib is killer (and probably killer expensive) and I’ve yet to meet someone who doesn’t adore Moroccan Beni Ourain rugs. Also there’s a sheep and a giant golden sphere and a butterfly on the ceiling. Clearly this is a little much by many people’s standards but I can dig it. By Tamara Kaye-Honey via sadie + stella.

How fun is this? I wouldn’t have chosen that particular wallpaper for the ceiling but I always appreciate unconventional treatments like that. I think we will see more and more people becoming open to wallpaper and exciting uses of it like this. Designed by Katie Ridder via Savvy Home.

I really do favor rooms with a neutral wall that allow you to bring more color in with furnishings, especially in a kid’s room. I love this dark charcoal gray, and those colorful geometric bedspreads are awesome. I don’t think this is even meant as a kids’ room (the rest of the home is equally colorful) but clearly it works as such. The weekend home of Bradford Shellhammer photographed by Trevor Tondro for NYTimes via nicety.

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  • Reply Laura September 9, 2012 at 4:18 pm

    Jade’s room reminds me of some of this, with the neutralish tan walls and lots of colored accesories. Though I’ve never pretended not to be a crazy person. 😉

    • Reply Christina Ebbers September 12, 2012 at 8:53 am

      Ha! Yeah crazy isn’t so bad. You wear it well. Teehee. I wish I could see Jade’s room!

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