Decorating for kids can be overwhelming. Brand names, color choices, character preferences—where do you start? And how do you put the space of your Westside in the Village Apartment to good use? Whether your kids have their own rooms or share space, these neat ideas will spark your inner interior designer.
Family Bedroom If you and your new baby are sharing a space, this design might be just what you are looking for. The creme-colored walls do an excellent job reflecting natural light when you need it yet they can also appear calming and serene by simply drawing the curtains. The deep wood tones add a touch of grown-up class while the fun bursts of color will keep baby intrigued.
Animal Planet If your son or daughter is into the animal kingdom, this design will be a delight. Color and pattern are used wisely here, as seen in the small area rug and simple green band on the walls. Neutral earth tones on the wall keep the space from looking too busy.
Room to Grow Picking a design that will grow with your kids prevents costly redecorating expenses. The flower graphic on the wall is appropriate for kids and tweens. The furniture is neutral and can be made to look as child-like or grown-up as you want with the addition of a few accent pillows.