Though I don’t have youngsters but (although I’ll develop into a mama in just some weeks!), I’ve at all times beloved searching nurseries and children’ rooms. For many design-loving parents, these areas are inclined to act as a spot to let creativity blossom a bit greater than the remainder of the home. Colour, form, and sample one way or the other really feel much less intimidating when engaged on a baby’s bed room, and the result’s nearly at all times an area that’s impressed and sudden. The important thing to pulling it off?
Neglect having a “theme.” As an alternative, look to colors, motifs and supplies you’re keen on, throw any design “guidelines” out the window, and let your creativeness run wild.
Nobody is aware of this higher than the stylish homeowners we’ve featured on Camille Kinds over time — simply take it from these 12 unforgettable youngsters rooms.
Lauren Cunningham designed a room for her older son that’s about easy supplies and sudden graphics.
Her younger son enjoys a nursery that’s bright and airy, with mid-century trendy furnishings.
We love the unexpected mix of pattern in this bedroom designed by the bold Kristin Gish.
Katherine Fluor’s baby’s nursery is a complete reflection of her private model — beachy and bohemian.
Pink and pattern are done oh-so-right in Lulu’s bedroom, designed by her color-loving mother Kim.
Ann Edgerton’s signature minimalist style is on show on this serene nook of her son Wiley’s bed room.
The pattern-filled bunk room in Hayley’s colorful beachside home is only one instance of the household’s laid again, playful model.
Pastels, stripes, and everything nice make the shared bedroom in this Texas home the envy of our pre-teen selves.
Much like in the rest of her Malibu home, Serena Mitnik Miller stored her child boy’s room easy and clutter-free.
This big girl bedroom designed by Anne Hepfer is match for a princess.
Timeless classics were key for Marie Flanigan when designing this soft space.
Every little girls room needs a chandelier and a teepee — just take it from this pattern-filled room in Kim West’s craftsman home.