It was DigsDigs (A nice blog on design - Check them out, if you haven't already!) that brought our attention to this cool set of kids room designs from Team 7.
Brace your eyes for some color overload! The following pink and blue kids' rooms photos are the outcome of South Korean photographer Jeong Mee Yoon's latest photography project.
Berloni is another one of those Italian powerhouses in contemporary furniture design that just keeps rolling out amazing sets.
If you haven't seen the kids room set from IMA yet, we suggest you take a look. Their designs are good and we especially like their twin bedding options.
We came across an outstanding designer from Barcelona who visualizes and creates high quality, photorealistic renders of kids rooms.
ððºð¾ñññ'ð° (Akossta) is a kids room furniture maker from a part of the world we rarely had the chance to cover.
Today we want to show you some interesting kids room design concepts from two furniture makers - Vividha from India and Hanssem from South Korea.
We bring you kids room design inspiration from Dearkids, an Italian company with longstanding tradition of designing spaces for kids.
Designing a room for kids is very different from designing one for adults. Children use their rooms for playing games, studying, listening to music, day-dreaming and what not!
Here we are bringing you a joyful bunch of playful kid's room décor schemes, including a few inspirational shared kids room designs, full of colorful accent ideas, great storage furniture and fun twists.
These exciting bedroom designs, byâ Tumidei aren't just full of vivacious color and quirky style, but conceal superb storage ideas, ideal for all of the paraphernalia that comes along with kids and teenagers.
After seeing their beautifully designed boys rooms, we just had to do a feature on the pretty ideas found in the traditional girls rooms featured on RHBaby&Child too.
Decorating a kid's room can always be a challenge. Kids grow up so fast that it is impossible to know what they will like or need next year or even next month.
Many parents are faced with the problem of furnishing small-scaled kids' rooms. The littlest members of the family are usually given the littlest rooms but still have a whole host of toys and games to store away, as well as needing allocated areas for homework or crafts, depending on their age, and then there comes the inevitable sleepovers that present a whole new set of space issues!
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it Superman? No, it's not! Not anymore. The earth-circling, Lex Luthor fighting hero has been largely replaced by the web-spinning, wall-scaling Spiderman, but such are the preoccupations of little boys: fleeting and ever-changing.