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These 8 amazing and imaginative kids’ room will leave you daydreaming and wishing you could go back to simpler times when we played all day. Or if you have kids, you can get here some ideas for them not to “fight” and have some fun together in the room!
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As kids, we all dreamt of having the ability to fly. Designed by Dahlia Mahmood, this airplane bed puts a fun spin on that fantasy. Fully equipped with a ceiling covered in clouds, suitcase storage and a world map mural, this bedroom prepares kids for any adventure they might dream up.
A bedroom every kid (and adults, let’s say) dreams of having. Decked out in cool contemporary style, the space features a gray and white palette with graphic print wallpaper, bold lime green accents and — wait for it — a climbing wall. A room that literally rocks!
Rocky Rocket is a masterpiece by CIRCU all hand-maded. It has a light and sound system incorporated controlled by a mobile app (Ilight) with several options: choice of music, light effects, and sleep time. The four engines are storage compartments. They are made in fiber glass and their interior, is made with a new velvet flocking technique. Wow…
Little mermaid bed was also designed by CIRCU Magical Furniture and it’s a shell shaped bed for every little princess to dream better and protected. This piece is made in fiberglass, nacre painted. Inside, it contains lighting.
With a crib modeled after a carriage, this storybook nursery is perfect for a princess-in-training. The room includes other charming touches like wallpaper with a toy block motif, quilted carpeting and an adorable woodland mural.
Who wouldn’t love to spend hours playing in this beautiful and vibrant bedroom? (Fun fact: The garlands, bed skirt, and wall art are made out of duct tape!)
Kid-friendly and sophisticated, this bedroom from HGTV Green Home 2014 brings the outdoors indoors. The many green-toned accents are meant to look like a lush landscape from the birds-eye view of this lofted hangout. A handy bucket makes snack deliveries fun and convenient.
Playoffice, a design firm based in Madrid, created this “Reading Net” for kids (and adults). Here, the net is suspended in a luxurious two-story library.
Special thanks: HGTV
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