Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Kids rooms for sleeping playing and dreaming

Kids spaces can be fun and dynamic without spending a lot of money. Designing rooms that will grow with your children is important so your child is not stuck in a 5 year old's room when they are 12.

This playroom sports chairs made from seatbelts

A teenagers room can be sophisticated and functional. The red band of wallpaper from Lori Weitzner doubles as a magnetic pin board.Art, pictures and reminder notes can be easily accessed and displayed without damaging the walls with push pins and tape.

 Each child's room should represent the child's individual interests. In this case butterflies and seashells. Art by Christopher Marley showcases beautiful iridescent butterflies and shells.

The Scheherazade room doubles as a stage with a disco ball or a private retreat for sleepovers.The draperies made from Indian saris create an extra room for the grand reveal of the latest musical production.