Sunday, May 1, 2011

Children's Room

Children's bedroom storage

Be clever with storage in a child's bedroom and choose your furniture wisely. Underbed storage is perfect for storing toys or clothes which can all be hidden away at the end of the day, but choose boxes on wheels for easy access. A play table with storage underneath is great for day-to-day playing, and a cupboard with lots of drawers will help keep clothes in order.


Pink and blue child's bedroom

Checked bedding and accessories keep the theme in this bedroom neutral so it will still be appropriate as the child grows. The pale colours gives the room an air of calm.


Colourful child's room

Start little ones off on the road to cool design with Quentin Blake's charmingly cheeky alphabet paper. One drop in a stronger colour gives it.


Traditional children's bedroom

With neutral taupe walls and well-planned, built-in storage, this nursery will stand the test of time for its young inhabitant and parents alike.


French-style children's bedroom

Pink gingham bed linen, cushions and an upholstered chair are combined with painted white furniture for a classic look that's full of charm. Tongue and groove panelling gives the room a country feel, while decorative accessories add interest to the plain walls.


Children's room with colourful day bed

For children’s rooms with limited space, doubling up the bed as a comfy sofa area during the day is ideal. Pretty sheer floral fabric hangs over the colourful day bed, laced with vibrant cushions in blue, pink and purple. A bright blue curtain design adds more colour into the scheme, as well as a sense of fun.


Bright child's bedroom

White-painted furniture and white walls bounce light around this small bedroom. Splashes of bright colour and a cosy throw create a vibrant look.


Bright children's bedroom

Citrus green throws are a bright contrast to the candy pink walls in this children's bedroom, creating a fun look. The mix of patterns, floral and spots, add interest easily.


Children's bedroom/nursery

Soft-grey walls are the perfect neutral shade for a new baby's room. Warmth and colour can be added with vibrant limes, pinks and blues in stripes and checks, while pale furniture creates a restful feel and keeps the look clutter free.


Eclectic child's bedroom

Create a kid's room that will grow with them by teaming smart painted furniture with a metal bunk bed frame for an eclectic mix of styles. Checked throws provide the room with fun colour and pattern, without it feeling to childish.


Yellow nursery

Keep nursery walls and furniture neutral, for a clean, fresh look. Here the simple, classic design of a white New-England-inspired wardrobe and rocking chair by Wigwam means they can be used for years as the child grows. Colour and interest can be added with mobiles, toys, pictures and rugs.


Teenager's bedroom

Create a room that your teenager can personalise. Orange and raspberry goes perfectly with stylised floral curtain fabric from John Lewis and a floral duvet cover and pillowcases from Ikea. The colourful cushions really complete the look.


White country children's bedroom

Wrought-iron beds, bunting and pastel quilts create the perfect room for two little girls. The textured rug and soft grey wall add a warm element to this white room.


Child's study area

A simple chair and desk are all you need to create a study area for your child. Add fun touches, like over-sized numbers on the wall, to add interest, and then choose a stylish lamp to sit on the desk, ready for work to begin.


Floral pink

Colourful wall art adds a fun element to this pale palette. Matching the floral bedding with the curtain fabric gives the room a cohesive feel.


Perfectly pink children's bedroom

If your child loves the colour pink, why not indulge their passion? Create a pink paradise by using different shades along with pretty lilacs to soften the impact. Try adding different textures too, with fluffy blinds and throws.


Eclectic child's bedroom

Give your child's bedroom a feeling of individuality with vintage-inspired pieces such as a patchwork quilt and rustic frames. All white walls and floors mean the room can grow as the child does.


Young girl's bedroom

Red and pink accessories in a variety of patterns from floral to checks give this bedroom a country cottage feel. Bunting adds a fun element to the room.


Sophisticated children's bedroom

Who says kids only like pastels? Pattern is where it's at for young eyes, and black and greys create a bold scheme, as well as giving little ones a head start in the style stakes. White flooring and woodwork keep the room light, while small touches of bold colour bring vibrancy to the room.

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