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sneak peek: best of kids rooms

by anne


because most us here at d*s don’t have children yet, we don’t tend to focus on design for little ones yet. but, when we started building these “best of” roundups, we couldn’t leave out these amazing rooms designed for kids! when i was building this post i couldn’t help but laugh because i could pretty much see myself living in any of these rooms! kids rooms sure have changed since i was young. enjoy and have fun with these spaces for children! –anne

[image above: joy thigpen‘s daughter’s colorful room]


[image above: max & linda of walter get creative with space in they boys’ room]


[image above: emily henson’s bunkbeds save space]


[image above: colorful bunk from carol of basic french‘s lyon hideaway]

CLICK HERE for 26 more beautiful kids rooms after the jump!


[image above: letters for anna of dutch door press‘s daughters]


[image above: erika of delphine‘s son goes surfing]


[image above: heather balliet believe’s her children’s rooms should reflect their personality]


[image above: julie murphy of jack & lulu‘s son’s room]


[image above: julie murphy of jack & lulu‘s girl’s room]

zoe of cloth clothing‘s daughter’s alcove bedroom]


[image above: xenia taler‘s daughter’s room with cheerful mobile]


[image above: an urban twist for karen barlow‘s son]


[image above: a punch of plum for barbara berrada]


[image above: colorful panels from jill dupre]


[image above: john murphy‘s daughter gets a flea market find bed]


[image above: joy thigpen‘s son’s roaring room]


[image above: a transition-ready kid’s room from cara or ore studio]


[image above: IKEA bunks for nicky crowley of pulp creative‘s kids]


[image above: sandra of feinedinge painted her daughter’s room white to make it feel bigger than it really is]


[image above: whimsy & spice‘s room and board bunks]


[image above: dave & surya of wee gallery have an eye for color]


[image above: simon and rebecca finger brings the outdoors in]


[image above: heather chontos creates a colorful girls room]

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