• 7 Kids' Bedrooms in NYC

    Published 07/15/13 in Houses
    Kid's Bedroom at 205 West 19th Street, New York, NY

    Grassy chandeliers. Pink quilted walls. Earthy color palettes. There's a style for every kid and parent in these bedrooms.   See the Gallery

  • Kid's Bedroom at One Fifth Avenue, New York, NY

    A patterned area rug is a nice counterbalance to the understated simplicity of this bedroom. The penthouse duplex is several minutes from Union Square.   See the Image

  • Kid's Bedroom at 418 10th Street, New York, NY

    The serene color palette gives this nursery an appealing Zen quality. The nursery is one of four bedrooms in this Park Slope townhouse.   See the Image

  • Kid's Bedroom at 205 West 19th Street, New York, NY

    This kid's room is an oasis of pink in a four-bedroom co-op with an otherwise muted color scheme. The quilted fuchsia walls and geometric floor tiles are reminiscent of a Lilly Pulitzer dress.   See the Image

  • Kid's Bedroom at the Roebling Building in New York, N.Y.

    The wall of blue stripes is a striking centerpiece, while the built-in storage is both functional and sleek. This is one of three bedrooms in a Tribeca loft.   See the Image

  • Kid's Bedroom at 443 East 87th Street, New York, NY

    This playroom caters to kiddies, from the delightful ceiling mural to the bright colors and drapery. You'll find colorful rooms elsewhere in this Upper East Side townhouse, but this is the brightest…   See the Image

  • Kid's Bedroom at 377 West 11th Street, New York, NY

    This bedroom incorporates a beautiful nature photo in lieu of typical kiddie-centric art. The photograph is kid-appropriate but also fitting for any room of this West Village loft.   See the Image

  • Danger Zone: San Francisco Decorator Showcase

    Danger Zone, designed by Martha Angus and Eche Martinez of Martha Angus Inc.   See the Image

  • Child's Room: 2013 Atlanta Symphony Decorators' Show House & Gardens

    Found in the 2013 Atlanta Symphony Decorators' Show House & Gardens – staged in grand chateau in the Buckhead neighborhood – this child's room was designed by Clay Snider Interiors, Inc.   See the Image

  • Recreation Area: Lincoln Elementary School in Anaheim, Calif.

    For security and supervision purposes, many of the recreation areas at Lincoln Elementary School are centrally located in plaza-like spaces, with almost zero outside street access.   See the Image