The nautical theme is still crazy popular in children’s design, and there is a reason for that. It’s a classic children’s room theme that has been used for decades, most often in boys’ rooms (though we love a girl’s take too!). There are many ways to interpret this theme, and we love seeing how our readers put their own spin
Fashion and lifestyle blogger Cara Loren has been busy working with Oilo Studio to make dream rooms for her two sons. We revealed baby Arrow’s nursery on Project Nursery last week, and now we are revealing older brother Hanes’ new big boy room. With a black and white color palette and plenty of whimsy, this room is sure to inspire
We spotted this colorful boy’s bedroom in the gallery, and we love how bright and cheerful the space is despite having beige walls. Anna really didn’t want to paint but still wanted to inject some color and fun into the space to match her three-year-old son’s personality.
Knowing that a child’s room—as Pam and I have always said—should be an extension of my home and my style, partnering with the team of RH Baby & Child for the redesign of my son Chase’s big boy room was a no-brainer. It is with great pride (and years of dreaming) that I am able to reveal Chase’s Industrial-Vintage Boy’s Room
Pallet walls have been trending big time in the Project Nursery Gallery, which had me dreaming of endless design possibilities the moment my eye caught this eclectic wood-paneled inspired nursery. […]
There’s something very aspirational about the Restoration Hardware lifestyle that keeps me coming back to them year after year for my personal design choices. […]