We used to think of children’s rooms and nurseries as being cutesy rooms in shades of powdery pink or baby blue, but baby and kid’s rooms today proven otherwise. With bright colors, glamorous accents, whimsical touches, sophisticated furniture, and inspiring patterns, these rooms make us wonder if maybe the kids have the most stylish rooms in the house!
We love the combination of the patterns on the rug and walls, and the unexpected color combination that surprisingly looks great and works well for either gender!
Rather than traditional pink, this warm coral and lavender color combination is feminine and sophisticated, and the elegant Murano chandelier gives it a touch of glam.
You might be doing a double-take looking at this one, but this is in fact a children’s den! We love the contrast between the grown-up herringbone wood floors and dark walls with the orange and rainbow modern furniture and playful chandelier.
This room is so peaceful and stylish with the bright white palette with dark brown touches, vintage light, and eclectic accessories. This adorable nursery would be perfect for a boy or a girl, and a lot of the items would work great in other rooms once it’s time to change the nursery into a more kid-friendly room.
We love the soft blue walls, fun patterned daybed, and cute green chair. This room shows that blue definitely isn’t just for boys!
With the striped ceiling, modern mix of furniture, patterned hide rug and flokati hide, and contrasting black wall, this is one very hip kid’s room!
This darling room is perfect for an elegant little girl. The light lavender is soft and pretty, but the pop of orange adds a fun and youthful element.
This has to be the most grown-up nursery we’ve seen, but it still looks like a fun, peaceful place for a baby. This shows that you don’t have to buy all baby-specific items for a nursery for it to be an adorable room.
The multicolored striped walls in this playroom are so fun and add so much great energy! The prints on the wall and comfortable white sofa coordinate perfectly.
How is your child’s bedroom or nursery decorated?
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