Grappling with the decision to move to the suburbs or the countryside to get more space and better schools for your kids? Or to stay in the city and sacrifice space for the culture, diversity of urban living? It’s a really big decision. If you are lucky, you live in a good school district and you don’t have to make that choice. Nevertheless, even if the schools in your area are good, space in the cities will forever be an issue. So how do you design your kid’s room in a small living space? While your child may be sharing a room with a sibling or living in a closet, there are so many things you can do to breathe personality into your child’s bedroom: such as the use of wall decals, themed bed spreads, storage bins and in-built shelves to create more space in small living quarters.
Here is a picture of a typical boy’s and girl’s room from www.morooms.net.
If you live in New York and are looking for that special interior designer that can help recreate your vision of your little nugget’s room in his/her style complete with amazing inbuilts in a traditional yet classic upmarket style, please check out Nastasi Vail Design (www.nastasivaildesign.com). Not only will Kate and her partner David, help you to complete your vision, the team is very easy to work with. Go ahead, make that little boy or girl’s dream room. This team’s work includes custom cabinets, upholstery, as well as creating floorplans, and specifying painting and wallpaper for individual rooms. You might as well get your entire apartment or house done while you are at it.
Here is a sample of a boy’s room, simple, classy, and tasteful. What I like best about this room is how it retains the personality of the child: including his personal artwork, love of pirates, the popeye poster on the back wall….
For more ideas on kid’s rooms, check out this youtube video. If you aren’t inspired by the kid’s rooms, never mind, at least the music is banging. Pay attention to the creative use of shelves underneath and alongside twin and bunk beds respectively.