Celebrity Style, Children's Playrooms, Toddler Room

Donny Deutsch’s Modern Kids Rooms

Advertising man Donny Deutsch recently unveiled his super modern, art-filled NYC apartment in this month’s issue of Architectural Digest. Like the television personality he flaunts on his CNBC talk show, the apartment’s decor is big, bold and kinda in your face.


Like a true girly-girl, pink is the theme of his daughter’s bedroom. The pieces are custom-made with fabrics from Osborne & Little and Designers Guild. The chair is from Profiles, and the carpeting is by Stark Modern.


The playroom is the real show stopper with a pop art vibe. The lips sofa and chairs by Moroso and cupcake seats by Jellio give the room a futuristic feel, and a smiling Takashi Murakami cloud adds kitsch. What do you think of these rooms? Fun, luxe or over the top?

photos courtesy of Architectural Digest

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8 Comments

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    I think rooms like these are over-the-top. But then again maybe it’s just because I cannot afford luxury pieces and designer furniture.

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    Over the top but at the same time, it’s fun like a kid’s room could be. If I could afford fun, nice pieces for our son, I would do away with the cheap stuff! Maybe not my choice of furniture and maybe a bit over the top, but at least it’s not gaudy and cluttered.

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    Definitely over the top but fun to look at. I really like greens and pinks together so I don’t get all pinked out. Or Brown!!!

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    I agree with Bibzees – I think the bedroom is simple, very elegant and I love the palette. I want to play in that playroom!

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    Wow, the playroom doesn’t even look like a playroom at all because it’s just too posh, too stylish, too sophisticated. I really like the cupcake chairs, though.

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